Prospect Capital Corp

NASDAQ: PSEC
$5.59
-$0.01 (-0.2%)
Closing Price on July 18, 2024

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PSEC Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NASDAQ
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector TECHNOLOGY
Industry GENERAL
Address NONE
Fiscal Year End June
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 2,196.89M USD
Shares Outstanding 399,435,000
Prospect Capital Corporation is a versatile investment firm focusing on middle-market companies across various sectors, including energy, industrial, healthcare, and technology. It provides a broad range of financial solutions, from secured debt and senior loans to private equity and mezzanine debt. The company is particularly interested in investments that support growth, acquisitions, and refinancings, with a preference for businesses in the United States and Canada. Prospect Capital is known for its expertise in real estate, specifically multi-family residential properties, and aims to invest in companies with significant potential for value creation.

PSEC Articles

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One thing is for sure, the insiders and 10% owners did some late shopping and continued to buy stock this past week at a furious pace.