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About Index

India's First Private Market Index

Tracks Stocks in Unlisted Market

No Selection Bias

No Survivor Bias

Excellent Indicator of Price Changes

Index Returns

0 0.4 32.78 89.33 192.09 255.96
0% 0.03% 2.6% 7.08% 15.23% 20.29%

What are Unlisted Shares?

Unlisted shares are those shares that are not listed on the stock exchange of India. These financial instruments are traded on the over-the-counter market and are also known as over-the-counter securities. The reason people invest in these shares is that they offer tremendous growth opportunities.

Types of Unlisted Shares

Benefits of Investing in Unlisted Shares

Portfolio Diversification

Listed and unlisted shares complement each other. Investing in unlisted shares can help diversify the portfolio as well as the risk involved. If an unlisted company goes public, the investors in the company would have an upper hand once the company is listed on the stock exchange.

Proliferating Profits

The majority of the shares in the unlisted market are illiquid. Thus, the valuation is low or undervalued due to the limited number of investors that invest for long. The investor should be able to identify such opportunities and invest in undervalued shares to gain exponential returns in the future.

Peace Of Mind

Investing in unlisted shares can be less stressful as compared to listed shares as the standard deviation rate is much lower in unlisted shares. There is no need to stress over the price fluctuations daily as unlisted shares are illiquid and prices are not tracked daily.

Top Unlisted Companies & InstaBuy Companies

Sell or Purchase Share (Tentative Price) InstaBuy

What is InstaBuy? InstaBuy feature is first of its kind in the unlisted market. Users can buy certain stocks instantly after making the payment. The shares are credited to your account immediately.

InstaBuy Vs Normal Buying

Payment: You can add payment to your account on the go through netbanking or rtgs or payment gateway. Your balance is reflected in real time.

Order: In instabuy you can place your order and the order is immediately confirmed. Which means, your balance amount is deducted and your account is credited with the shares.

Benefits of InstaBuy

  • No need to do multiple calls with advisors for placing orders.
  • No need to wait for confirmation or for business hours. See an opportunity - Hit the buy button
  • Manage your holdings and cash balance from your login - No need for multiple follow ups or discussions.

InstaBuy FAQs

Q: Is InstaBuy available to all users?

Ans: Yes. Just create your account, make payment and purchase

Q: Is InstaBuy available for all unlisted shares on

Ans: We are trying to add as many stocks as possible to InstaBuy. But currently it is limited to certain stocks.

Q: What if due to some reasons, stocks are unable to be arranged?

Ans: In a very rare case, if due to some external circumstances, the shares are not arranged by us by next day, we will refund your entire amount and also provide a penalty of 1% of the order amount as compensation for the inconvenience caused to you. However, so far, we have not faced any such issue.

Success Stories

How Your Money Can Grow With Us

ICICI Prudential

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 138%

1 Lac Invested in ICICI Prudential pre-ipo turned into 2.3 Lac after listing.

ICICI Lombard

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 70%

1 Lac Invested in ICICI Lombard pre-ipo turned into 1.7 Lac after listing.


Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 64%

1 Lac Invested in HDFC Life pre-ipo turned into 1.6 Lac after listing.

AU Small Finance Bank

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 241%

1 Lac Invested in AU Small Finance Bank pre-ipo turned into 3.4 Lac after listing.

RBL Bank

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 402%

1 Lac Invested in RBL Bank pre-ipo turned into 5 Lac after listing.


Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 435%

1 Lac Invested in BSE pre-ipo turned into 5.3 Lac after listing.


Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 335%

1 Lac Invested in CDSL pre-ipo turned into 4.3 Lac after listing.

Nazara Tech

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 265%

1 Lac Invested in Nazara Tech pre-ipo turned into 3.6 Lac after listing.

Dmart Avenue

Pre IPO Price:
IPO Price:
Listing Price:
Absoulte return 120%

1 Lac Invested in Dmart Avenue pre-ipo turned into 2.2 Lac after listing.

Reliance Retail Ltd

Price in 2019:
Current Price:
Absoulte return 622.22%

1 Lac Invested in Reliance Retail Ltd pre-ipo turned into 7.2 Lac.

Tata Technologies

Price in 2019:
Current Price:
Absoulte return 477.27%

1 Lac Invested in Tata Technologies pre-ipo turned into 5.7 Lac.

250+ Unlisted Companies

1 Lakh+ Registered users

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1000+ Research Reports

How Does It Work?

For Buyers

Choose Your Desired Shares

You can scan through the companies and decide which company to invest in. Once done, you can tell our team about the desired investment.

Payment To Sharescart

Our team will share the account details so that you can transfer the trade amount into our account. We will notify you about the document needed beforehand.

Delivery From Sharescart

The shares will reflect in your Demat account within 24 hours, depending on the holidays. Our details would be available to you before the transfer.

Portfolio management

We can help you with your portfolios by managing your investments and assisting you in the buying and selling of shares.

For Sellers

Equity Details

To help you better we would require a few details related to the shares you want to sell and the price at which you want to sell.

Affirmation Of Demand

We find out a suitable buyer for you and once you accept the trade we move on to the next step.

Transfer Of Shares To Sharescart

The account details would be provided to you for the transfer of shares. We will notify you about the details needed for the trade beforehand.

Get Payment From Sharescart

Once the transfer is done, the payment would be transmitted to your account within 24 hours, depending on the holidays.

Why Sharescart?

If you are looking to buy or sell stocks, you have come to the right place. With us, you don't need to worry about anything. We do thorough research on a company before listing it here for you to invest in. Our expert team will help you clear any doubt that you may have and assist you in every step of the process.


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Make payment instantly on payment gateway


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Download your transaction history, view your holdings and invoices etc.


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Unlisted Shares: Frequently Asked Questions

On an average, only 4% Indians invest in the stock market. Out of which, It is very rare for a few Investors to be aware of this financial instrument which has a potential to yield higher and multifold returns as compared to the listed market.

1. What are unlisted shares?

Unlisted shares are the types of shares, which are not directly available to trade in an open market such as in NSE or BSE. You can only trade these shares in over-the-counter trading platforms(OTC).

2. What are Pre-IPO shares? Is it different from unlisted shares?

Pre-IPO Shares are private equity shares which are available in secondary sale. Therefore, It is not a direct Investment in the company. Pre-IPOs are often those companies which have filed the DRHP (Draft Red Herring Prospectus) Papers for IPO, or those companies which haven't been listed yet on the stock exchange. Technically, Unlisted & Pre-IPO Shares are the same.

There are various types of shares available in the market which are divided into different phases :

  • Pre-IPO : When a company is newly formed & its shares are issued.
  • Listed Shares : When a company is established enough to raise funds directly from the public via Initial Public Offering (IPO).
  • Stopped Trading : when shares of any specific company becomes inactive due to lack of interest by the Investors.
  • Delisted : When a company is undergoing constant heavy losses, It ends up delisting itself from the exchange to cut-off a heavy expense for listing fee.
  • Liquidation : When a company becomes insolvent, It starts distributing its assets to claimants. It is basically the shutdown phase of a company.

3. Why are these shares not listed on the Stock Exchange?

Unlisted shares are the shares issued by a company before it signs the Initial Public Offering to get listed on the stock exchange of India. All private companies should comply with certain guidelines and eligibility requirements such as market capitalisation, company size, listing fee, etc. to get listed on the stock exchange. These companies, often in their growing stage, do not have the resources to fulfil the stock exchange requirements.

4. What do we facilitate?

Since Private Equities are difficult to liquidate for an Investor, there are various challenges faced by an Investor like : Transparency, Trust, Authenticity, & Most common one is looking for a buyer. We provide an escrow facility working end-to-end safe & secure transactions between the buyer & the seller; ensuring the safety of your money & securities smoothly on a real time basis. We provide portfolio management of unlisted shares along with proper diversification in various companies/sectors.

5. Why don't these companies directly raise funds by listing?

The most major reason behind this is that there is a very heavy fee charged by SEBI every year for its listing. Number of top-branded companies find this as a lucrative Idea by raising funds without listing. Hence, It becomes fruitful for both, Investor (as an Early-stage/Angel Investor) & Fund-Raiser to participate in this way before the company plans to be publicly traded.

6. Why should I buy unlisted shares?

There are various reasons why you should invest in unlisted shares:

  • Unlisted shares are complementary to listed shares and the risks involved in unlisted shares are dynamic. The chances of getting a similar or better profit are higher than that of listed companies.
  • Unlisted shares offer a much higher return as the shares you bought during the pre-IPO stage at a certain amount has the potential to multiply when it signs the IPO.
  • Unlisted shares are less stressful since the prices do not change daily. Due to the limited number of long-term investors, the market price doesn't change as frequently compared to the listed companies.

7. How are unlisted shares valued?

here is no particular way to value all unlisted shares. Some of the common methods by which unlisted stocks are valued are as follows:

  • Book Value Method
  • Under this method, the company's tangible assets and liabilities are taken into account.

  • Last Transaction Price Method
  • The last price at which the pre-IPO share was traded is taken into consideration.

  • Price To Earning Ratio
  • Past earnings are taken into consideration to anticipate the future cash flow. Once that is predicted, you have to discount these future cash flows with a discount rate.

  • Net Asset Value (NAV)
  • Net asset value is calculated based on the current price in the share market, whereas book value uses previous prices.

8. What is the risk involved in buying unlisted shares?

Unlisted shares, unlike listed shares, trade in the over-the-counter market. It is difficult to trade directly since there are not a lot of buyers and sellers. An intermediary can be helpful in this way.The risks involved in unlisted shares are dynamic in nature. It is advised to invest your money in various unlisted companies as it reduces the risk of incurring a loss.

For Example - If you have kept Rs.500 to invest in unlisted shares, it is advisable not to invest the whole amount in one company. It would be better if you divide the sum into let's say 5 companies.

  • Company A - Rs100
  • Company B - Rs100
  • Company C - Rs100
  • Company D - Rs100
  • Company E - Rs100

After a while, 2 companies incur a loss while the others have 2 times the profit. Now though you incurred a loss of 200, you also received a total of 600 from other companies. Thus, diversification plays a major role in investing in unlisted stocks

9. How do the shares transfer to DEMAT before IPO?

Before 1994, the concept of transferring shares was done through physical form which has a major risk of being lost, stolen, or torn down. In 1994, the concept of dematerialisation of shares was introduced which brought an ease for the investors to be carefree from transferring shares without any drawbacks and hassle taking place.

A company can dematerialise its shares through any of the following two depositories - CDSL or NSDL. These are the only two depositories which facilitate the dematerialisation of the shares. In the Private Equity Market, these shares are transferable from one demat account to another demat account.

10. How do we procure these shares?

These shares are usually available with VC's, AIF's, Angel Investors, ESOPs, PE Funds,& etc; In hefty big ticket size worth crores. Which we provide & facilitate to the Investors at a small ticket size so that they don't end up missing the opportunity.

11. Is it worth to invest in Unlisted shares?

Yes, these shares are the best options to invest, as after listing in the open market you can expect huge returns from them.

12. Where can I purchase unlisted shares?

You can only purchase these shares on over-the-counter trading platforms(OTC) such as

13. Why should I invest in unlisted shares?

Since unlisted shares have a limited number of investors who aim to invest for the long term, you can expect good returns with peace of mind.

14. What are the different types of unlisted shares available in the market?

There are commonly three types of unlisted shares available in the market: Pre IPO Shares, ESOP Shares, and De-listed shares.

Customer Reviews

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Ramesh Kumar


May 17, 2022

The company was quick in responding to queries and assisted me with the selling of my shares, I received the payment within 3 hours even though the time that was given was 24 hours. I am quite happy with the services provided and would consult them for buying and selling of shares.

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June 05, 2022

My experience with Sharescart was terrific. I was a bit skeptical about contacting them before but when I did, I got superb services. The team was very friendly and explained everything in detail.

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Vicky Singh


May 29, 2022

I am a new investor in the unlisted stock market and had a lot of doubts, I came to this website because my friends suggested it. I am elated with the response I got, they were very patient with me and answered all of my queries. I am now confident that with their help I can invest in unlisted shares. Thank you Sharescart.

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Pawan Kumar


April 26, 2022

3 months back I bought shares through Sharescart at a price of Rs.50 per share and after 2 months they contacted me that the share prices have risen and are now at Rs.60 per share. I am glad to have invested in the company. Thank you Sharescart for your advice and updates.

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January 26, 2022

I wanted to invest in unlisted shares, I had told the Sharescart team about the company I wanted to invest in and they were happy to help me buy the shares but they also advised me not to invest the entire amount in one company and put it in 2-3 companies to reduce the risk factor in case I incur a loss. I loved the opinion and immediately divided the amount into three companies.