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Capital Southwest Corporation (CSWC)
22.36  0.11 (0.49%)    11-29 09:42
Open: 22.4
High: 22.4
Volume: 10,184
Pre. Close: 22.25
Low: 22.35
Market Cap: 893(M)
Technical analysis
2023-11-29 9:15:00 AM
Short term     
Mid term     
Targets 6-month :  26.4 1-year :  30.84
Resists First :  22.61 Second :  26.4
Pivot price 22.11
Supports First :  21.44 Second :  20.71
MAs MA(5) :  22.4 MA(20) :  21.98
MA(100) :  21.79 MA(250) :  19.71
MACD MACD :  0.1 Signal :  0.1
%K %D K(14,3) :  83.7 D(3) :  89.3
RSI RSI(14): 54.5
52-week High :  23.35 Low :  16.34
Price, MAs and Bollinger Bands

Price has closed below its short-term moving average. Short-term moving average is currently above mid-term; and above long-term moving average. From the relationship between price and moving averages: This stock is NEUTRAL in short-term; and BULLISH in mid-long term.
[ CSWC ] has closed below upper band by 38.5%. Bollinger Bands are 19.9% narrower than normal. The current width of the bands does not suggest anything about the future direction or movement of prices.

Stock Price Prediction
If tomorrow: Open lower Open higher
High: 22.49 - 22.64 22.64 - 22.77
Low: 21.92 - 22.07 22.07 - 22.19
Close: 22.03 - 22.27 22.27 - 22.47
Company Description

Capital Southwest Corporation is a business development company specializing in credit and private equity and venture capital investments in middle market companies, mezzanine, later stage, mature, late venture, emerging growth, buyouts, recapitalizations and growth capital investments. It does not invest in startups, publicly traded companies, real estate developments, project finance opportunities, oil and gas exploration businesses, troubled companies, turnarounds, and companies in which significant senior management is departing. In lower middle market, the firm typically invests in growth financing, bolt-on acquisitions, new platform acquisitions, refinancing, dividend recapitalizations, sponsor-led buyouts, and management buyouts situations. The investment structures are Unitranche debt, subordinated debt, senior debt, first and second lien debt, and preferred and common equity. The firm makes equity co-investments alongside debt investments, up to 20% of total check and only makes non-control investments. It prefers to invest in Industrial manufacturing and services, value-added distribution, healthcare products and services, business services, specialty chemicals, food and beverage, tech-enabled services and SaaS models. The firm seeks to invest in energy services and products, industrial technologies, and specialty chemicals and products. Within energy services and products, the firm seeks to invest in each segment of the industry, including upstream, midstream and downstream, excluding exploration and production with a focus on differentiated products and services, equipment and tool rental, consumable products, and drilling and completion chemicals. Within industrial technologies, it seeks to invest in automation and process controls, handling and packaging equipment, industrial filtration and fluid handling, measurement, monitoring and testing, professional tools, and sensors and instrumentation. Within and specialty chemicals and products, the firm seeks to invest in businesses that develop and manufacture highly differentiated chemicals and products including adhesives, coatings and sealants, catalysts and absorbents, cosmeceuticals, fine chemicals, flavors and fragrances, performance lubricants, polymers, plastics and composites, chemical dispensing and filtration equipment, professional and industrial trade consumables and tools, engineered solutions for HVAC, plumbing, and electrical installations, specified high performance materials for fire protection and oilfield applications. It may also invest in exceptional opportunities in building products. The firm seeks to invest in the United States. The firm seeks to make investments ranging from $5 to $25 million in securities. It seeks to make equity investments ranging from $5 million to $50 million and debt investments between $5 million and $20 million and co-invest in transaction size up to $40 million. It prefers to invest in companies with revenues approaching above $10 million, profitable operations, historical growth rate of at least 15 percent per year. Within the lower middle market, it seeks to invest in with less than $15 million in EBITDA and also opportunistically invests in the upper middle market, generally defined as companies with EBITDA in excess of $50 million. In addition to making direct investments, the firm allocates capital to syndicated first and second lien term loans in the upper middle market. Criteria for Upper Middle Market Syndicated 1st Lien is EBITDA Size more than $30 million, Closing Leverage greater than 4 times, investment hold size between $5 million and $7 million, investment yield greater than 6.5%. Criteria for Upper Middle Market Syndicated 2nd Lien is EBITDA Size more than $50 million, Closing Leverage greater than 6 times, investment hold size between $5 million and $7 million, investment yield greater than 9%. It prefers to take a majority and minority stake. The firm has the flexibility to hold investments for very long period in its portfolio companies. It may also invest through warrants. The firm prefers to take Board participation in its portfolio companies. Capital Southwest Corporation was founded on April 19, 1961 and is based in Dallas, Texas.

Headline News

Tue, 28 Nov 2023
Here's Why You Should Retain Principal Financial (PFG) Stock - Nasdaq

Mon, 27 Nov 2023
Business development companies should withstand 2024 economic ... - Morningstar

Mon, 20 Nov 2023
4 Reasons to Invest in Capital Southwest (CSWC) Stock Now - Nasdaq

Mon, 30 Oct 2023
Capital Southwest (CSWC) Beats Q2 Earnings and Revenue ... - Nasdaq

Thu, 12 Oct 2023
Capital Southwest Announces Second Quarter 2024 Earnings ... - Yahoo Finance

Thu, 05 Oct 2023
Recent 5.8% pullback isn't enough to hurt long-term Capital Southwest (NASDAQ:CSWC) shareholders, they're still up 111% over 3 years - Simply Wall St

Financial Analysis
Price to Book Value:
P/BV, a ratio used to compare book value to its current market price, to gauge whether a stock is valued properly.
Price to Earnings:
PE, the ratio for valuing a company that measures its current share price relative to its earnings per share (EPS).
Discounted cash flow:
DCF, a valuation method used to estimate the value of an investment based on its expected future cash flows.
Return on Assets:
ROA, indicates how profitable a company is in relation to its total assets, how efficiently uses assets to generate a profit.
Return on Equity:
ROE, a measure of financial performance calculated by dividing net income by equity. a gauge of profitability and efficiency.
Debt to Equity:
evaluate financial leverage, reflects the ability of equity to cover outstanding debts in the event of a business downturn.
Stock Basics & Statistics
Financial Services
Asset Management
Shares Out 40 (M)
Shares Float 38 (M)
Held by Insiders 5 (%)
Held by Institutions 22.3 (%)
Shares Short 1,290 (K)
Shares Short P.Month 1,120 (K)
Stock Financials
EPS 1.85
EPS Est Next Qtrly 0
EPS Est This Year 0
EPS Est Next Year 0
Book Value (p.s.) 16.45
Profit Margin 44.1 %
Operating Margin 86.2 %
Return on Assets (ttm) 6.4 %
Return on Equity (ttm) 11.9 %
Qtrly Rev. Growth 59.5 %
Gross Profit (p.s.) 0
Sales Per Share 3.83
EBITDA (p.s.) 3.33
Qtrly Earnings Growth 68.5 %
Operating Cash Flow -236 (M)
Levered Free Cash Flow 57 (M)
Stock Valuations
PE Ratio 12.02
PEG Ratio 8.3
Price to Book value 1.35
Price to Sales 5.8
Price to Cash Flow -3.77
Stock Dividends
Dividend 0.62
Forward Dividend 0
Dividend Yield 2.7%
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