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DCI Dci Advisors Ltd

4.90
0.00 (0.00%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dci Advisors Ltd LSE:DCI London Ordinary Share VGG2803G1028 COM SHS EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 4.90 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Real Estate Agents & Mgrs 318k -6.92M -0.0077 -6.36 44.33M
Dci Advisors Ltd is listed in the Real Estate Agents & Mgrs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DCI. The last closing price for Dci Advisors was 4.90p. Over the last year, Dci Advisors shares have traded in a share price range of 4.00p to 5.00p.

Dci Advisors currently has 904,626,856 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Dci Advisors is £44.33 million. Dci Advisors has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.36.

Dci Advisors Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/8/2023
16:56
So, the 50k that has been on the auction board for the past couple of weeks got taken out at the close. It will be interesting to see if the three MM's that were on the offer at 4.2 will move their prices in the morning
tiltonboy
02/8/2023
08:51
4m on the bid at 4.1 now. Small bid at 4.14
tiltonboy
02/8/2023
08:48
Missed that, thanks - hadn't seen any big trades go through recently, hopefully they'll have to chase the stock.
spectoacc
02/8/2023
08:46
There's been a big buyer around for weeks. Last few days there has been a buyer of 2.5m on the auction board at 4.1p
tiltonboy
02/8/2023
08:33
DCI really is the triumph of hope over experience, but - a twitch?
spectoacc
07/6/2023
07:32
New strategy then:

"DROP THE DEAD DOLPHIN" :-)

value hound
03/5/2023
16:27
Weiss appeared with 3.03%
hugepants
11/4/2023
19:07
Is that the ahem..."manager" out now? I wonder who took the shares.
hugepants
23/3/2023
09:23
DCP has ”managed”; DCI for more than ten years. Almost €1bn of Equity has been raised - and destroyed during this period!!! There are some good assets remaining and it should be possible to extract maybe 10p/share out of the remainders, so it is good the BOD is now preventing DCP to be a main beneficiary from this. It was about time, it appears. The amount of fees DCP has taken out from DCI over the years is absolutely flabbergasting.
baner
20/3/2023
12:07
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

apollocreed1
20/3/2023
09:25
DCP in it for themselves by the looks of it. No wonder hardly any progress has been made.
hugepants
20/3/2023
07:19
Hmm:

"It has come to the Company's attention that DCP entered into an undisclosed option agreement with the purchaser of the Amanzoe resort in Porto Heli, Greece at the same time that the Company sold its interest in the resort, as originally announced on 2 August 2018 (the "Undisclosed Option Agreement"). The Undisclosed Option Agreement entitled DCP to acquire an additional 15% of the share capital of DolphinCI Fourteen Limited (the special purpose vehicle holding the Amanzoe resort). A separate agreement for DCP to acquire 15% of the share capital of DolphinCI Fourteen Limited had been disclosed and authorised by the Company."

spectoacc
13/2/2023
09:49
Thanks Baner.
catabrit
13/2/2023
08:31
Catabrit

Lavender Bay is on a net basis a really small proportion of the appraised NAV - the totally dominating components are the 48% Aristo Holding and the Kilada Resort - these two should between them generate 10p/share minimum, albeit it may take a year or three to get there. However the Aristo Holding is currently offered for sale, together with the other 52% and this very asset rich company may well be sold in 2023 - in which case there should be 4p +/- of net proceeds to pay out to DC shareholders. Kilada is a longer shot but it could well generate 6p/DC share over time. Lavender Bay is of very little interest in this context.

baner
10/2/2023
18:11
I had a look at this one recently as it was recommended. I liked everything about it except the Lavender Bay asset which looks completely illiquid? It’s a big chunk of NAV too. I am also slightly deterred by the amount of time it’s taken to liquidate. I know we had covid etc so perhaps that explains it. I agree with Baner that the r/r looks attractive but I do worry if the market is (correctly) attributing nil value to Lavender Bay and thus the discount to NAV isn’t as attractive as it initially seems. Apologies if this has been covered already in a prior post. New to the story here. Non-Exec buying is a good sign.
catabrit
23/12/2022
10:42
Good news today. DCI now totally de-risked. Upside 100%+ from the current level. Not much downside, if any. This also put them in better position to negotiate the Aristo disposal. Or maybe they should go the other way around and take the Holding to 100%?
baner
28/10/2022
08:22
U will hopefully not be disappointed Specto - assuming 8-10p will do it for u.
baner
27/10/2022
19:58
How much of that will the directors manage to pocket I wonder.. But very much looking forward to a decent return (eventually) on DCI.
spectoacc
27/10/2022
17:28
looks increasingly good - as soon as the Kea deal is in box, we should see 5p or better - aiming for 8-10p in present value.
baner
27/10/2022
15:07
Nice trades. Looks like a seller cleared out, with three buyers taking the stock
tiltonboy
24/10/2022
22:54
OK I'll rephrase that-

One director is buying by the looks of it.

hugepants
24/10/2022
19:56
Can only see one buying
tiltonboy
24/10/2022
16:30
The directors are all buying by the looks of it

The Board of Dolphin received notification on 21 October 2022 that Mr Nicholas John Paris, Independent Non-Executive Director, has purchased 367,500 ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares"), at a price of 4 pence per Ordinary Share. Following this purchase, Mr Paris has a beneficial interest in 1,287,487 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.14% of the Company's issued share capital.

hugepants
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