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A Look at Prospect Capital’s Discounted Valuations
The PE ratio for Prospect Capital (PSEC) is 8.97x on an NTM (next-12-month) basis, which implies its discounted valuation.
Behind Prospect Capital’s Valuations after Fiscal 2Q18 Results
Prospect Capital has a PE (price-to-earnings ratio) of 8.61x on a next-12-month basis compared to its peer average of 8.41x, implying Prospect’s higher valuation.
Understanding Prospect Capital’s Originations and Repayments
Prospect Capital (PSEC) has made first lien, senior, and secured debt a priority in terms of originations because this will help it to hedge downside risk.
Understanding Prospect Capital’s Operating Expenses
Prospect Capital (PSEC) incurred total operating expenses of $89.2 million in fiscal 2Q18 compared to $99 million in fiscal 2Q17.
What Does Prospect Capital’s Portfolio Look Like?
Prospect Capital’s (PSEC) management has indicated a positive view on the company’s future.
Why Prospect’s Investment Income Fell
In fiscal 2Q18, Prospect Capital’s (PSEC) total investment income was $162.4 million compared to $183.4 million a year earlier.
Prospect Capital Beats Earnings, Revenue Estimates
Prospect Capital (PSEC) generated NII (net investment income) per share of $0.20 in its fiscal 2Q18, which ended on December 31, 2017.
Assessing Prospect Capital’s Discounted Valuations
Analysts have given a one-year price target of $6.88 per share on Prospect Capital stock, which reflects a marginal rise of 0.29% from its current price.