Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dukemount Capi. LSE:DKE London Ordinary Share GB00B6WZDF03 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.425p 0.40p 0.45p 0.425p 0.425p 0.425p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 1.44

Dukemount Capi. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/8/2017
09:38
I've come aboard with a small purchase today and will probably add over the months. I like the look of the company and what it's doing. Being in property myself I can see the potential. Some years ago I bought into Sigma Capital SGM at 6p and they now stand at 72p having been over £1. I still hold SGM. I think DKE could prove a similar investment but for the long term. The market Cap is tiny, the management is proven and despite the possibility of a softening in property prices the business plan looks sound. Ivor
ivor hunch
10/8/2017
11:27
Now on losers list
dudleym1975
10/8/2017
11:23
Thanks someuwin...I did not know how to incorporate these into my thread!!
arthurdaley69
10/8/2017
11:22
Dudley, sorry to question you, but have you read what they are doing? They are not a traditional property play, but are looking to get guaranteed (and index linked)income from Housing Associations, and at the same time as purchasing the property, create a sale-and-leaseback with institutions. I wholeheartedly agree that UK property is susceptible to a correction, but they are trying to create a portfolio by locking in the differential between the income from the Local Authority and the end user, a financial institution. For example, they buy a property for £5m, that guarantees say 6% income from a HA, then grant a long lease to an institution paying them 5% per annum. The reason to do this, is the packages are too small for most funds, and DKE get to keep a small percentage and de-risk. Again, if you know different, please let me know!
arthurdaley69
09/8/2017
09:47
Currently No. 4 on the top risers list.
someuwin
08/8/2017
14:43
This is a ramped dog by the usual suspects A company investing in property where property crash is looming
dudleym1975
08/8/2017
10:05
Needed a thread with charts.
someuwin
08/8/2017
10:02
!FOLLOWFEED
someuwin
07/8/2017
12:50
Useful interview was posted on Share Talk back in April. If you look at their 'intended' value of acquisitions (up to £100M) versus Mcap... you can get why some people are a little bit excited about this one... hxxp://www.share-talk.com/share-news/geoffrey-dart-chairman-of-dukemount-capital-plc-londke-interview/
baggytrousers
07/8/2017
08:03
This company buys properties and wants to rent themWouldn't invest here if this was the last company on Aim.
dudleym1975
06/6/2017
16:39
Be interested to hear views on this company that appears to have floated under the radar of many. The shares are trading at below the issue price of 0.5p, and if they manage to execute their model, they will be a really rare thing in AIM-world; one that has a reliable income, backed by local authority 20 year plus rentals, the benefit of any upside in NAV, and are looking to pay a decent (and growing) dividend. Perhaps the time to pull the trigger will be once they have back-to-backed their first deal to see if the model is deliverable, but imvho, this maybe one to watch...alternatively I am sure you can find some miner in the third world without a license and not even a hole in the ground to pour money into!
arthurdaley69
06/6/2017
16:34
The Company intends to develop and manage a portfolio of properties that are sold to some of the World's largest Institutions on a sale and leaseback basis with long-term operational tenants such as Housing Associations in the supported living sector. The rent will be CPI linked where possible to ensure the Institutions receive sustainable yields over the life of the property, which can be up to 50 years. The transactions the Company will complete are expected to be 'back-to-back' transactions where the Company will acquire a freehold and simultaneously grant long-term head-lease with leaseback to Institutions. Such financial arrangement would be immediately profitable due to the differential between the rent paid to the Company and the rent payable by the Company to the Institution under the terms of the leaseback. The properties will create long-term inflation linked cashflows backed by freehold real estate. Such assets are in high demand by Institutions due to the stable, recurring and long-term nature of income. A 2016 report from Schroders noted that the UK private sector pension liabilities are currently valued at over £2 trillion on a buy-out basis, which suggests the potential demand for long-dated index-linked income could be of the magnitude of £1.6 trillion. The company's directors are the largest shareholders, and they intend to pay a dividend as soon as possible from operations targeting north of 5%.
arthurdaley69
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