Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dukemount Capital Plc LSE:DKE London Ordinary Share GB00B6WZDF03 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0075 -5.26% 0.135 1,326,037 08:34:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.13 0.14 0.1425 0.1345 0.1425
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 2.39 -0.33 -0.09 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:00:20 O 100,000 0.1359 GBX

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Dukemount Capital Daily Update: Dukemount Capital Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DKE. The last closing price for Dukemount Capital was 0.14p.
Dukemount Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.12p and a 12 week average price of 0.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.12p.
There are currently 498,416,532 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,408,367 shares. The market capitalisation of Dukemount Capital Plc is £672,862.32.
tomboyb: Just found that today - Arlington associated with DKE? -
tomboyb: hxxps:// Europe’s messy transition to clean energy is making some investors very rich Throughout Europe’s autumn of energy discontent, natural gas and electricity prices have hit records almost daily, with natural gas contracts on the Dutch market reaching €107 per megawatt hour (MWh) on Tuesday—their highest price in, well, ever. Faced with untenable costs, energy providers have gone under, fertilizer plants have shuttered their factories, and governments have rushed to bail out consumers, attack windfall energy profits, cut taxes—anything to stop the bleeding. But for every loser footing a bigger electricity bill, there’s a winner—and the energy crunch’s winners have won big. Those winners work in just-in-time energy delivery. The sudden rise in demand for electricity on the European grid—the effect of the end of COVID lockdowns—has been hard to meet for a system that is increasingly dependent on renewable energy sources that are by definition intermittent (no sun at night, and the wind stops blowing sometimes, etc.). As demand spikes and supply vacillates, then, some source needs to fill the surges of electricity demand—something flexible enough to be turned on at the flip of a switch. The switch that fills these surges is something called a gas “peaker,”; a small generation plant that converts gas to electricity and is turned on at times of peak electricity use, for a very high price. Normally, the use of peakers would be regarded as a one-off. But as the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic and the demand for electricity surges across Europe, the plants are being switched on weekly—and their owners, who have quietly been building up a portfolio of plants, either from scratch or by refurbishing older gas or coal plants, are smiling at their foresight. “If you described the scenario we are in now, someone would call it a 10-year event. Now the reality is that it’s happened three times in the last month,” says Matt Clare, founder of Arlington Energy, a developer and manager of energy transition assets including peakers.
manual dexterity: There is a lot of news about Gas Peaking projects. I do not know how DKE is progressing with its potential project but the time for these projects and other gas projects is right now. Views welcome.
sianna1: Is this share dead.?
36jay: DKE huge JV update any time.Discussion with blue chip energy.Tiny market cap.This will will move fast to 1p+.Investors targeting much higher.
shanew48: Into the pennies very soon apparently! "The whole market will wake up to the potential of #DKE once the roast airs tomorrow. Monday I’m expecting a move back to the mid May levels and then onto the pence. The higher the share price the less dilution.. it is in everyone’s interest to have the share price higher!" Confirmation Of interview. "On the #TheSundayRoast the guys will be talking @dukemountcap along with special guest @GazzardPaul Non-executive Director of #DKE hosted by @ZaksTradersCafe + A lot more to cover!"
lr2: But if you look at the time of the trade, 14:55:10, you would see the quote at that time is 0.52p - 0.55p and that makes the trade a bleedin' obvious sell. The DKE share price fell 11.3% on the day too, another bleedin' obvious sign of selling. Oh, and the trade price of 0.511p was the 4th lowest of the 68 trades that day, how much more obvious does it have to be, it was a bleedin' sell.
hedgehog 100: A useful post from the original DKE thread, which is worth repeating, with thanks: 1savvyinvestor 10 May '20 - 10:22 - 630 of 684 0 3 0 "DUKEMOUNT CAPITAL PLC #DKE Price 0.8-0.85 at time of writing 4/5/20 What does DKE do? First bit of essential DD is the audio file below from a company presentation about 1 year ago. It’s a bit long but you’ll understand the company much better after. From the website “The purpose of the Company is to acquire, develop and manage portfolios of properties which may in some cases be sold onto institutional investors on a sale and leaseback basis and which are already backed up by long-term operational tenants at a rent, which where possible, is CPI linked” The first of these are at Wavertree and West Derby in Liverpool. Wavertree is in the final completion stage (hopefully finished in the next month or so) and West Derby is on route to be completed by August. The company received a bonus of £500k-£1mill on completion of each project so in the next few months they’ll have at least £1mill more cash in the bank. Sounds like a great business but this part isn’t the reason to buy. They are making a step change in deal size and scope. The next stage is Independent Retirement Living and Extra Care involving universities nursing students. “Dukemount is in advanced discussions with a number of parties involved in this area and has once again partnered with architects HLP Design who are internationally renowned for their work in this sector and MDA consultants. To extend the range of its long-dated income proposal, and the size of the projects, the board has completed its due diligence on the retirement and extra-care sector creating DKE Care and Leisure Ltd (DCL). DCL will not be the operator in either of these two sectors but will seek expert operators in each sector on a project-by-project basis. An interesting development in these talks has been with universities who offer nursing degrees. We have proposed developing retirement villages and extra care accommodation either on campus or close to the universities, potentially freeing up capital for them and offering valuable practical work experience for their students” Next essential piece of DD is hxxp:// Layman’s terms DKE bring together universities who offer nursing degrees and Pension Funds who want to buy long term income. Everyone benefits. The university gets new nursing student accommodation built (which makes it more attractive to students) and a care home on or near their land in which the nursing students can gain first hand nursing experience (makes them more attractive to students). They also gain financially from land sales and Care home profits. The pension funds are able to buy a very long dated income lease on the care homes to have a fixed return over the long term. This is something all pension funds want but is increasingly hard to come by. From the audio file the deals are around £150-200mill and DKE get around 20% of this per deal. There are at least 12 in the pipeline and 3 basically finished. At the time of the presentation pdf “Dukemount presently has three financiers willing to forward fund each deal”. So we know there are at least 3 pension funds fighting it out and more than one deal on the table. Once one deal completes the likelihood of more completing dramatically increases. Who is the Team for the University Deals? Architect – Hansell Lloyd Partnership. They have literally written the book on Design for Dementia in cooperation with a number of universities. hxxp:// There isn’t a better architect to design these homes or university accommodation. Project Management – MDA Consulting hxxps:// - Have vast experience in Health and Eduction building Legal and funding – Hamlyn Reeve Alfred Long who runs Hamlyn Reeve is on the board of DKE Care and Leisure (the sub of DKE who are doing these deals) hxxp:// - Again there is vast experience in this very niche field Builders – Likely to be John Turner Construction They are the builders on the current projects. hxxps:// Again vast experience at building multimillion£ projects for universities and healthcare. COVID Risk Clearly covid is a risk for all businesses. It can cause time delays. However conversely it may play into DKE’s hands… Universities are losing overseas fee paying students and urgently need additional income. There is also a push for extra nurses and for those nurses to work in care homes. Pension funds are finding it difficult to buy long term income with interest rates being so low. Placement risk DKE has just undertaken their only placement form listing on the MAIN MARKET (NOT AIM). This was primarily to employ additional staff to complete DD on additional deals. In the next few months they will get £1mill+ from the initial 2 properties completing so I think the risk of additional placement is extremely low. If there is one it will be for a very good reason. Indeed DKE is up 100%+ from this recent placement. Overall This is a main market listed company with an mcap of £3-4mill. They have a proven track record of property develpement and have gathered together a best in class team to complete multiple large deals. Each deal is a x10 from the current size and if 1 happens the likelihood of more is virtually certain. This is a share for the ISA+SIPP and to watch and wait. It truly has x100 bagger potential"
troutisout: dave, DKE are the middlemen, they have long dated income clients (funds that require to invest for solid income over a long period (25-50 yrs). Their choice in this low interest environment is small, so property is one of the best solutions. These are funds though so they don't want to have to go through the process of planning, building and finding a long term tenant. DKE do this for them, they bring the finance, developers and end users together in a deal that they profit from. DKE doesn't fund the builds, the funds do, DKE oversees the deal and then the construction and finally the handover to the tenant. The tenant will have signed a deal with the funds to lease the property for a long period (say 25 yrs), fund get's it's income flow and an asset, DKE get paid for brokering the deal, overseeing the construction and handover. The new CEO worked for an American Billionaire, brokering these type of deals for the American's private office. Basically making the Billionaire's money work better, in his time he oversaw projects in the Hotels and Hospitality, Education and Goods Distribution areas. Building these projects and then having a long term income from them, the Government did it here, with hospitals and schools, they called it PPI, this is a similar thing in the private sector. DKE has many deals being looked at and some will be of far higher value than this recent one, however the DKE model hasn't been explained to the market very well, which has led to where it is (many people like you thinking where are they going to get £6.25m from when it's market cap is £3m?). The lack of understanding by the market does present an opportunity, because as it becomes clearer DKE have letters of intent for funding projects well into 9 figures the penny will drop. Deals are being looked at in lots of areas and can range from building a new project from scratch to a sale and leaseback of a building/s. Understand the reticence to get involved and why some have used the recent spike to bail out, but just wanted to explain the model (something which the Company should be doing themselves). Trout.
338: Good to see you here dave4545. Yes, DKE share price is building upwards ... whilst waiting for new contract with universities 👍
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