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DCI Dci Advisors Ltd

4.45
0.25 (5.95%)
Last Updated: 08:00:03
Delayed by 15 minutes
Dci Advisors Investors - DCI

Dci Advisors Investors - DCI

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Dci Advisors Ltd DCI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.25 5.95% 4.45 08:00:03
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4.50 4.45 4.50 4.20
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Industry Sector
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT & SERVICES

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Posted at 20/3/2023 12:07 by apollocreed1
Surprising that the board only just realised that the huge discount and lack of any progress was due to dodgy dealings.

hxxps://www.ii.co.uk/news/dolphin-capital-investors-breaks-ties-with-manager-charging-breach-al1679305531624967600
Posted at 01/1/2022 09:42 by smithie6
Dolphin....(Capital Investors )

;-)
Posted at 01/10/2021 11:32 by kooba
ALNA results yesterday commentAs previously announced, the Company has dipped its toe into the leisure market and acquired 2.7% of Dolphin Capital Investors (DCI LON). DCI is a European Leisure business focused on developing high end hotels in the eastern Mediterranean (Greece and the surrounding area). DCI has lost its shareholders even more money than the previous board of Local Shopping REIT achieved...a record not to be proud of.The shareholders of DCI voted some years ago to liquidate and return capital to shareholders. This process is still ongoing and will certainly take a few more years, in our opinion. Shareholders recently removed the previous board and are now working on accelerating the liquidation process. DCI's September 2021 NAV was 16p per share, as a going concern...which makes little sense to us when the company is in wind down mode. Nonetheless, we believe the break-up value of the Company is North of the current market price of 4.1p/share but South of 16p. We would be very happy to get out at 8p/share with a +100% gain on our cost or better. We do not, however, realistically believe that DCI shares will fetch 16p in liquidation. Time will tell.
Posted at 01/7/2021 08:58 by baner
investor driven i am sure. fantastic assets in DCI however need to speed up the process of selling out and distribute funds to shareholders. there should be 8p+ per share to come out of the company in 1-2 years time. very little debt. low risk, huge upside.
Posted at 01/7/2021 07:39 by catsick
Does anyone have a view of the change of management, is this investor driven or do Coppel and the others wnt to buy some of these assets themselves and need to quit to make it non related party ? These are very cheap and the Greek hotels will be very attractive assets.
Posted at 27/6/2021 12:15 by kooba
I notice Peter Gyllenhammar as well as being a major investor in ALNA (25%) is already an investor in DCI with over 7% declared.
Posted at 25/6/2021 17:41 by kooba
Ha he's sneaked up again. Also Swedish value investor Gyllenhammer big shareholder in ALNA..not going to be there as passive investors I reckon .
Posted at 07/1/2021 11:32 by baner
some very competent investors buying into this company - no doubt this could be a real winner 2021/22 - 10p clearly within reach.
Posted at 27/12/2019 18:29 by spectoacc
Interesting! Thanks @HP.

Greece already has a floating hotel - it's called Rhodes.

A move into cruise ships is, er, interesting tho, particularly for something I was expecting to be winding up before long.

Also:
"Dolphin also runs a Museum of Illusions in Istanbul and is currently constructing another five such venues in Madrid, Thessaloniki, New Delhi, Porto and Orlando; and planning another 13 to open in 2020.

According to Kambourides, Dolphin’s goal in the next five years is to create more than 50 Museums of Illusions in various locations around the world, either individually or in collaboration with other investors"
Posted at 30/9/2019 20:40 by rjmahan
Epistrophy - I see your "Point".

There could be more innocent explanations. The original investor could be needing to sell an illiquid asset quickly, don't imagine there would be many buyers out there for it.

Also from the banks point of view dealing with DCI could look a bit corrupt.

Time will tell - I have been told these are a fraud, also they were unlucky. We will see...

Tempted to add if price falls a bit more.

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