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friendly economic time.

Today (26th) will also be with reporter Kim Hye-min.

Reporter Kim, today we are going to share the story of the public offering.

First of all, please explain what this is at Jurin's eye level.


Yes, to explain easily, the public offering stock means “publicly recruited stocks”.

So, when a company goes public for the first time, it publicly recruits investors.

Most of them are IPOs, publicizing their business details to the outside, and gathering outside investors by saying, "Our company is running so well, can anyone invest?"

From a business standpoint, you can raise funds on a large scale.

Investors have the advantage of making profits by buying stocks of companies with high future growth potential at public offering prices.

In the US, individuals cannot buy this public offering, but in Korea, this is possible, so every time a large company was listed, the public offering stock application fever blew.

Last year, SK Biopharm and Kakao Games were representative.

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I just said this, I remember that last year, I was very interested in a public offering.

But again this year, a large number of promising companies are starting to subscribe to public offerings?


Yes, SK Bioscience will be listed on the KOSPI next month.

This is the first mega public offering this year, and as you know well, this company is specialized in vaccines.

AstraZeneca, a corona vaccine, has been commissioned.

The corporate value is estimated to be around 5 trillion won, so it is expected that there will be a lot of individual investors this time following last year.

Anyway, what individuals are interested in is when and how much they can invest, but the public offering price and competition rate have not been set yet, and the general subscription will be held on the 9th and 10th of the following month.

Afterwards, Kakao Pay goes public in the first half of this year.

In the second half of the year, Krafton, a game company famous for the online game'Battleground', and Kakao Bank and Kakao Page are also offering public offerings.

In particular, everyone knows LG Energy Solutions, a rechargeable battery company separated from LG Chem.

The public offering is also scheduled for the second half of the year.

The expected corporate value of this company is a whopping 90 trillion won.


But I want to subscribe to the public offering stock.

But I think there are quite a few people who don't know how to do that.

How do I do this?


Yes, you must first conduct a sufficient investigation of the companies you are interested in, and then open an account with a securities company that hosts public offerings.

After that, you usually have to deposit about 50% of the stock you want to subscribe to, which is called margin.

It would be great if I only deposited this money.

But you have to calculate the competition rate here.

If the offering price of the stock is 1,000 won and the competition rate is 100 to 1, you have to put in 50,000 won to receive only one share.

So last year, companies with a high competitive rate often lived only one week even if they put in tens of millions of won.

In addition, general subscriptions usually take place over two days.

The competition rate on the last day is determined.

This competition rate is different for each brokerage company, and it is said that the conscious operation usually takes place right before the deadline to put it in a lower place.

When the subscription is closed, the remaining amount excluding the offering price will be refunded.

However, as the heat overheats, the price of public offerings may also bubble.

After listing, the stock price may drop and you may lose money, so be sure to thoroughly investigate before signing up for public offerings.

You must invest carefully.


So the margin is, in other words, if you put in a lot of money, you can get as many shares as you can.

Then this is a structure that is advantageous only for people with a lot of money.

But he said this is changing a little.


Yes, so far, I have been criticized for saying,'Eat money for money'.

Until last year, only the proportional method was used, but from this year the equalized method is applied to more than half of the allocated amount.

What is this, with a minimum subscription margin.

If you pay more than that, you will be given one week unconditionally.

If the minimum subscription margin is 1 million won, you can receive more than 1 week unconditionally by paying 1 million won.

Of course, this method has loopholes and tricks.

It is said that the strategy is to increase the number of accounts as much as possible by mobilizing the name of the family and then subscribe only the minimum amount.

In addition to this, the amount of general subscription allocators is now 20%, which is expanding to a maximum of 30%.

In addition, multiple subscriptions through multiple securities companies in the name of one person are also restricted.

It is not 100% applied yet, so there is some confusion in the market.