Those shares that are not traded on a stock exchange are unlisted equity shares
Individuals or corporations holding unlisted shares can sell them
In physical and demat both.
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They get unlisted shares at reasonable prices than already listed shares. Also, there is a potential growth seen in these shares.
Time horizon depends on the IPO/Listing date and it can vary anywhere from 6 months to 5 years.
When the company floats IPO, the existing shares of that company will go for lock in i.e. They can not trade shares for 1 year after IPO. If only listing of that share happens, then there is no lock-in.
It is multifold ranging anywhere between minimum 20% per annum to more than 100% per annum.
It depends on the market scenario. In a thriving market scenario, the profits are usually far greater than the risks involved.
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