180 Degree Capital Corp Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 6,31 USD
180 Degree Capital Corp Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in USD|
|Net operating cash flow||-2.642.000|
|Free cash flow||-2.646.100|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||99.787.400|
|Diluted shares outstanding||10.459.400|
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|Market Capitalization||65.998.816,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen USD|
|Stock Split||2021-01-04,1.000000/3.000000; 2002-07-01,128.000000/121.000000|
Description of the company
Harris & Harris Group, Inc.® (the "Company," "us," "our," and "we"), is an internally managed investment company. We have elected to be regulated as a business development company ("BDC") under the Investment Company Act of 1940, (the "1940 Act"). For tax purposes, we have elected to be treated as a regulated investment company ("RIC") under Subchapter M of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the "Code"). We were incorporated under the laws of the state of New York in August 1981. We are overseen by our Board of Directors and managed by our officers and have no external investment advisor.
Harris & Harris Group builds transformative companies enabled by disruptive science by identifying and investing in such companies and then providing strategic, operational and management resources, and creative financial solutions.
We believe we provide four core benefits to our shareholders. First, we provide shareholders with access to what we believe are disruptive science-enabled companies, particularly ones that are targeting opportunities in the precision health and precision medicine markets that would otherwise be difficult to access or inaccessible for most current and potential shareholders. Second, we have an existing portfolio of companies in emerging industries at varying stages of maturity that provide for a potential pipeline of investment returns over time. Third, we provide access for accredited investors to co-invest with us in our portfolio companies through our pre-emptive rights. Fourth, we are able to invest opportunistically in a range of types of securities to take advantage of market inefficiencies.
Historically, our investment objective has been to achieve long-term capital appreciation investing in venture capital investments. We defined venture capital investments as the money and resources made available to privately held and publicly traded small businesses that we believe have exceptional growth potential. Since 2008, the focus of our initial investments has narrowed to primarily BIOLOGY+ companies. We define BIOLOGY+ as investments in interdisciplinary life sciences companies where biology innovation is intersecting with innovations in areas such as electronics, physics, materials science, chemistry, information technology, engineering and mathematics. Since 2008, more than 80 percent of our initial investments have been in BIOLOGY+ companies.
We believe our future growth will be driven by building BIOLOGY+ companies that are targeting the growing market of precision health and precision medicine. We believe that by operating these precision health and precision medicine companies as majority-owned subsidiaries or controlled partner companies rather than as traditional venture capital investments we can provide more meaningful growth for our shareholders. Our team is already actively engaged in this market and in operating these companies.
Precision Health and Precision Medicine
We define precision health as a focus on preventative care and well-being at the individual level. It includes medical technologies, digital technologies, genetic and biochemical technologies, and machine learning technologies that permit individuals to take control of their health and well-being at all stages of their lives, especially ahead of the period in their lives when chronic disease becomes more prevalent and even potentially dominant. Our specific expertise is in areas where phenotypic or environmental information is intersecting with genotypic information.
We believe there are four trends that will drive the opportunity in precision health:
1) As investment banks, Macquarie and Barclays, indicated in recent reports, there is a general shift towards consumerism in health and health care decisions;
2) The movement of digital technologies into the life sciences market is putting far more information at the fingertips of the individual and placing a high value on business models that can translate the power of aggregated data to the individual decision maker;
3) The merging of new genomic data with phenotypic or environmental data will finally provide medically actionable information; and
4) Baby boomers are now entering a period in their lives where disease becomes prevalent, and millennials are digitally savvy and taking control of their health care decisions; both represent large segments of the population.
We believe the best way to generate value for our shareholders is to operate these companies as majority-owned subsidiaries or controlled portfolio companies where we are actively involved, influencing development through board representation and management support, in addition to the influence we exert through our equity ownership. This level of control and influence was difficult for us to maintain and exert while making traditional venture capital investments owing to our relatively small asset base as compared with other venture capital investors. Our structure as a permanent entity also created conflicts with the interests of investors with finite-life funds that we believe influenced business decisions of our investee companies. We believe our ability to be a long-term, patient partner that can generate returns on invested capital through dividends, consulting income, fee income and other sources of cash flows in addition to the sale of our securities of our investee companies is a competitive advantage for us and provides flexibility in how we build and invest in companies.
As of December 31, 2015, we had eight portfolio companies focused on the precision health and precision medicine market. We had controlling positions in three of these eight companies. These eight companies include:
Champions Oncology, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSBR) - Champions Oncology is engaged in the development of advanced technology solutions and services to personalize the development and use of oncology drugs.
EchoPixel, Inc. - EchoPixel provides virtual reality 3-D visualization software that offers physicians the opportunity to view and interact with patient tissues and organs as if they were real objects.
Other BIOLOGY+ and Active Legacy Portfolio
We have a legacy portfolio of investments outside of the precision health and precision medicine sector that we believe has the potential to generate meaningful returns for shareholders over the coming years. Over the last five years, we have demonstrated that we have the ability to discover, diligence, invest, build and realize gains from our investments.