Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Palace Capital LSE:PCA London Ordinary Share GB00BF5SGF06 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +0.75% 335.00p 330.00p 340.00p 335.00p 332.50p 332.50p 35,135 11:29:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 14.3 12.6 36.6 9.2 153.56

Palace Capital Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/11/2017
14:59
you now buy well below open offer price, on its way to test support level at 320
ntv
08/11/2017
06:04
Has it bottomed out now?
brentcapital
24/10/2017
11:30
Maybe going to test support levels around 320 mark ?
ntv
16/10/2017
13:25
LEASE RENEWED but no RNS Palace Capital secures lease renewal on Farnborough Job Centre 16/10/2017 13:18 (ShareCast News) - Commercial property investment company Palace Capital announced on Monday that it has renewed the lease on Princeton House, on Victoria Road in Farnborough, Hampshire. The AIM-traded firm said Princeton House, which was acquired as part of the Property Investment Holdings portfolio in August 2014, is an 8,300 square foot office building, currently used as a Job Centre, and was let to Trillium Prime Property Group until 1 April 2018 at a rent of £75,299 per annum. A lease renewal had now been concluded with the Secretary of State for Communities & Local Government, the company explained. The new lease is for a term of 10 years from 2 April 2018, with an option to break at the end of the fifth year. Palace said the rent was £93,334 per annum, exclusive for the first year, rising to £140,000 per annum exclusive from year two until the end of the fifth year. If the lessee does not break at the end of the fifth year, there would be an upward only rent review based on the increase in the consumer price index. "We are delighted that we have renewed this lease in a growth town to an undoubted covenant," said chief executive Neil Sinclair. "This demonstrates how, by using our active management skills, we continue to enhance Palace Capital's income."
ntv
10/10/2017
17:31
davidosh - I've sent you a private message - as I'm sure you know - the envelope at top left-hand corner, next to the ADVFN logo...
skyship
10/10/2017
16:26
Bought in this morning on the premise "that they will learn from this".My sympathies are with private investors who have bought higher up,(been well shafted).
contrarian joe
10/10/2017
16:21
Did anyone attend the meeting and ask a few questions as to why ??
davidosh
10/10/2017
10:18
might go sub 3.40 as bigger discounts in rest of sector
ntv
08/10/2017
11:51
Following on from my post no. 367 I spoke to the brokers and they said that all but 2 of the residential properties was on an assured tenancy.
davebowler
07/10/2017
18:22
Share the general dissatisfaction with the discounted entry and NAV hammering for new institutional money. In the event I went for an extra 25% at their 340p, effectively 330.5p and of course I got them all. Felt my best way to get even was get more on their terms. Board now under the spotlight to perform here and come up with a structure to fund Hudson House buildout without really being able to pass the hat round anytime soon. I guess a Hudson JV next which shares upside again. I am hoping there are a few gems in the new portfolio. Being paid to wait.
steve3sandal
07/10/2017
16:10
Yes, I got quite a few under the excess application facility. Hopefully, they have got the message and now that they have critical mass will raise funds on a less pre-emptive basis. Still think management are pretty good here and astute.
topvest
06/10/2017
10:38
Looks like those who applied for excess got their shares didn't buy any because of the reduction in nett asset value on a fully diluted basis though have to say yield is good. i will wait and see if it is worth buying any more at some point if the discount grows
ntv
27/9/2017
23:11
I have tried to double original holding, but aware will be scaled back.
bscuit
24/9/2017
16:55
Applied for an excess application. Not likely to get many more, but worth a try.
topvest
24/9/2017
10:17
topvest do you mean you have applied for the 1 for every 20 or more as it appears on our form you can apply for as many as you like but no guarantee you would get them
ntv
23/9/2017
18:48
Well I've applied for as many shares as I can in the open offer. I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt this time. Once they are fully listed then hopefully they have critical mass to do things better on fundraising etc. They desperately needed a deal before the move up and so I guess that this is it. There is obviously a good few angles on the portfolio acquired to generate good returns. Their credibility is on the line I guess.
topvest
22/9/2017
12:37
How can the IC get something quite so WRONG!!! Appalling editorial from a supposedly expert editorial team... Sure at that 364p the shares traded at a 16% discount to the historic NAV - actually more like 17% - but the article ignores the fact that the NAV has been trashed by the £70m placing @ 340p! The share price is now down to 347.5p; and at that level they trade @ a 10% discount to the 387.5p adjusted NAV (my figures). -------------------------------------------------------------------------- IC View Shares in Palace Capital fell by 5 per cent to 364p on news of the placing and are now a shade down from our buy tip (370p, 27 Aug 2015). However, they are now trading at a 16 per cent discount to historic net asset value, and given the value yet to be crystallised from its latest acquisition this looks a little harsh. The shares are also yielding over 5 per cent thanks to a fourfold rise in the dividend in the last three years. Buy.  
skyship
22/9/2017
07:22
add this to basic site name /tips-ideas/2017/09/20/palace-capital-on-the-acquisition-trail/
ntv
22/9/2017
07:21
SKYSHIP check out tip updates dated 20/9
ntv
21/9/2017
19:51
tipped by ST again??? Doesn't appear on my IC online - RU sure?
skyship
21/9/2017
18:42
tipped by ST again Sinclair says this was the best portfolio he had been offered for years He has got a lot to prove in my eyes, firstly it is going to take something to get asset value to where it was before hand the big share issue but there was no reason to screw PI'S in the process Just got to be patient but i guess they can play the number of shares in issue in the accounts in the first year so it won't look too bad so will give an op to exit on next results i guess
ntv
21/9/2017
17:36
As an ex holder here I'm in total agreement with Skyship, they have taken themselves off my watchlist permanently
rhomboid
21/9/2017
11:35
What worries me is the 65 Residential Properties.The rent on them seems low and I wonder if they are all subject to Regulated tenancies (bad) or Assured (good).
davebowler
21/9/2017
10:53
going to be interesting with the very highly geared REITS where the dividend has hardly any cover when it comes to interest rate rises(those with no fied rates on term loans hopefully the first will be before the end of the year COULD BRING SOME BARGIN PURCHASES for those companies with good cash flow
ntv
21/9/2017
10:19
doesn't state costs for unlet units
ntv
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