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DUKE Duke Capital Limited

33.25
0.75 (2.31%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Duke Capital Limited LSE:DUKE London Ordinary Share GG00BYZSSY63 ORDS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.75 2.31% 33.25 33.00 33.50 33.25 32.75 32.75 281,656 16:28:51
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt 31.06M 19.59M 0.0472 7.04 138.13M
Duke Capital Limited is listed in the Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DUKE. The last closing price for Duke Capital was 32.50p. Over the last year, Duke Capital shares have traded in a share price range of 28.70p to 35.05p.

Duke Capital currently has 415,427,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Duke Capital is £138.13 million. Duke Capital has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 7.04.

Duke Capital Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2024
08:31
Agreed Tag57 but the tax situation really complicates things when you buy American BDCs.
flyer61
20/5/2024
10:05
Stagvalley, I was previously invested in Duke, but was not happy with the quality of some of the businesses and of the opinion that the 6%royalty on their sales was a real drag on the businesses.
Personally I think there are bigger and better established BDCs in the US with better yields.

tag57
20/5/2024
09:38
If we separate share price movements from an assessment of the company, does anyone have concerns about their risk profile and investments? From my perspective it all looks good. The share price hasn't gone anywhere over the last few years but I like the business model and the dividend is strong, seemingly robust, and growing. Apart from disappointment in share price growth, I'd be interested if anyone has serious concerns about the business model. The only failed investment I'm aware of is a cruise company during the pandemic. Seems to me a good use of about 5 percent of a portfolio. Anyone disagree?

For the person who finds Advfn unuseable on a phone due to adverts, that was my experience until I got a free version of Avast. Now fine.

stagvalley
30/4/2024
14:10
A well written analysis

IMO.

piedro
24/4/2024
17:35
Drifting back Tempted to add at this price ( although I have a few )Love the dividend and it's been fairly consistent
panshanger1
14/4/2024
13:11
Yes New Path looks to have a great growth runway in front of it. 15% equity stake to boot.

Anybody buying at present price?

flyer61
03/4/2024
15:45
See Marlowe
elsa7878
03/4/2024
09:48
Pleased to see that they are supporting New Path Fire & security with further follow-on investments..

This is a great company in their portfolio. All companies and businesses have to comply with stringent fire regs today. The inspections are normally done on an annual basis hence this means lot's of repeat trade with companies having not much choice but to use their services..

The industry is also pretty fragmented with loads of small companies dotted around the country. Many only employ just a handful of staff and imo many would be open to be acquired by a larger operator. So, imo, a buy and build strategy seems logical.

Businesses like New Path usually end-up getting sold at large premiums themselves further down the line so i would expect this be a very profitable business partnership with DUKE over the next few years.

cfro
02/4/2024
10:29
Can't you afford a laptop?
deadly
02/4/2024
08:45
stagvalley Seems a reliable company with no serious issues over several years and a good income stream. Anyone disagree?
(On my phone, I can only look at ADFVN for 5-10 seconds before on advert supplants my page so I may give up. They only want paying customers at £20/month I think?).

There is an ADVFN APP which I use and it doesn't do that on my phone.......Worth a try?

davebowler
28/3/2024
17:41
I suspect you are unable to read accounts

Tristone is a buy and build strategy £917k of goodwill amortisation is non cash business appears to be profitable excluding amortisation. EBITDA is a large number I would happily invest in both Duke and Tristone

AIMHO
GLA
BTG

btgman
28/3/2024
15:25
I had a look at Tristone Healthcare where they have invested £19m according to their website.



I would be interested how much anyone here would lend them based on those accounts.

It may just be one example from their portfolio but for that reason I could not invest here despite the yield.

tiswas
28/3/2024
11:25
It would be nice to see an increase in the div as it is 2 years since the last increase
stoph
28/3/2024
10:05
Thanks Didn't see the update
panshanger1
28/3/2024
10:03
Seems a reliable company with no serious issues over several years and a good income stream. Anyone disagree?
(On my phone, I can only look at ADFVN for 5-10 seconds before on advert supplants my page so I may give up. They only want paying customers at £20/month I think?).

stagvalley
28/3/2024
09:58
Why strange? They put out another positive trading udpate which justifies at least a 5% rise in my view (so about 3% once taking off dividend).
riverman77
28/3/2024
09:41
Strange price action on ex dividend day Interesting to see if this holds
panshanger1
28/3/2024
08:50
Stock ex dividend today
panshanger1
28/3/2024
07:31
Continuing steady progress.
this_is_me
22/3/2024
08:10
With lower interest rates on the horizon this will lead to higher profits and higher dividends for Duke shareholders imho
senttothegallows
21/3/2024
07:40
The yield is well above the current rate of inflation so I am happy with the regular payments into my ISA.
this_is_me
15/3/2024
19:10
Duke's recent exit from an investment with a 70%+ Capital gain with a potential deferred element still to come shows it is so much more than simply a yield play but even solely as a yield/annuity play it is a stunning investment. Watch what happens when interest rates drop.

AIMHO
GLA
BTG

btgman
15/3/2024
13:55
Duke is a yield play. I doubt there will ever be material capital gain. If they continue increasing revenues they may increase the dividend. The current ~8.5% yield does not need capital gain to qualify as good return.
feddie
15/3/2024
13:15
Well if IC recommend this, I'm definitely out.

Happy to sell at over 33p today. The shares have done little since Aug 2021, other than fall sharply then fluctuate in the lower 30s for the past 18 months. Waste of time. The recent rise is probably down
to the IC rec as mug punters buy in. At least made a half-decent profit including div, which I wasn't expecting, but I won't be buying DUKE again.

bend1pa
11/3/2024
11:52
Big line gone through
panshanger1
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