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Hercules Capital Inc

Hercules Capital Inc (HTGC)

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About Hercules Capital Inc

Hercules Capital Inc is a specialty finance company engaged in providing senior secured loans to high-growth, venture capital-backed companies in a variety of technology, life sciences, and sustainable and renewable technology industries. It invests primarily in structured debt with warrants and, to... Hercules Capital Inc is a specialty finance company engaged in providing senior secured loans to high-growth, venture capital-backed companies in a variety of technology, life sciences, and sustainable and renewable technology industries. It invests primarily in structured debt with warrants and, to a lesser extent, in senior debt and equity investments. The company lends to and invests in portfolio companies in various technology-related industries including technology, drug discovery and development, biotechnology, life sciences, healthcare, and sustainable and renewable technology. Show more

Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt
Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Hercules Capital Inc is listed in the Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt sector of the New York Stock Exchange with ticker HTGC. The last closing price for Hercules Capital was $19.80. Over the last year, Hercules Capital shares have traded in a share price range of $ 14.05 to $ 20.01.

Hercules Capital currently has 162,177,209 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Hercules Capital is $3.21 billion. Hercules Capital has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.52.

HTGC Latest News

Harness Raises $150 Million in New Financing

Harness Raises $150 Million in New Financing PR Newswire SAN FRANCISCO, May 14, 2024 Investment from Silicon Valley Bank and Hercules Capital Will Further Accelerate Platform Innovation SAN...

Hercules Capital Announces Date of 2024 Annual Meeting of Stockholders

Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), will conduct its 2024 Annual Meeting of Stockholders by virtual meeting on Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. (Pacific Time...

Verona Pharma Announces $650 Million Strategic Financing with Oaktree and OMERS

Non-dilutive funding will support planned US commercial launch and expansion of ensifentrine’s clinical activities Cash runway extended beyond 2026 LONDON and RALEIGH, N.C., May 09, 2024...

Hercules Capital Announces Upcoming Event for the Financial Community

Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), the largest and leading specialty financing provider to innovative venture, growth and established stage companies backed by...

Hercules Capital Reports First Quarter 2024 Financial Results

Record Q1 2024 Total Gross Debt and Equity Commitments of $956.0 Million, an Increase of 81.7% Year-over-Year Record Q1 2024 Total Gross Fundings of $605.2 Million, an Increase of 27.1...

Hercules Capital Declares a Total Cash Distribution of $0.48 per Share for the First Quarter 2024

The Total Cash Distribution of $0.48 per Share for the First Quarter 2024 is Comprised of a $0.40 per Share Base Distribution and an $0.08 per Share Supplemental Distribution Hercules Capital...

SynOx Therapeutics secures up to $35m debt financing with Hercules Capital to progress development and commercialisation of emactuzumab

SynOx Therapeutics secures up to $35m debt financing with Hercules Capital to progress development and commercialisation of emactuzumab PR Newswire DUBLIN and OXFORD, England, April 30, 2024...

Hercules Capital Celebrates 20th Anniversary with $20.0 Billion in Cumulative Originations

Two Decades of Fueling the Growth of the Innovation Economy Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), is celebrating its 20th year of originations activity by reaching...

Hercules Capital Announces Date for Release of First Quarter 2024 Financial Results and Conference Call

Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), the largest and leading specialty financing provider to innovative venture, growth and established stage companies backed by...

Hercules Capital Receives BBB- Affirmed Investment Grade Credit and Corporate Rating from Fitch Ratings, Inc.

Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), the largest and leading specialty financing provider to innovative venture, growth and established stage companies backed by...

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HTGC Discussion

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Gramparoni Gramparoni 1 year ago
Yes, absolutely. This is a hold until 2027-28.
KingOfSwing...Trading KingOfSwing...Trading 1 year ago
Still a believer?
Gramparoni Gramparoni 1 year ago
Quiet in here. Nice consistent dividend, Im in.
Porterhouse10 Porterhouse10 2 years ago
Looking for $12's in this Biden economy
powercrush86 powercrush86 4 years ago
yes it has been i loaded up back in march and april pays a nice divy
Hitman970 Hitman970 4 years ago
Looks like a discount in price.
Roland Rick Perry Roland Rick Perry 5 years ago
Hercules BDC (HTGC) to Present at FB Riley.

A replay of the webcast will be available for 90 days afterward.
jugs jugs 5 years ago
Nothing disturbing seems to be coming our way here. Hercules is gaining attention for innovating and daring to make moves inviting startups to beg, borrow and nobody's stealing from what I can see.

I'm long here and pleased.
jugs jugs 5 years ago
Hercules continues to chug along. We're knocking at the door of BDC opportunity with lots of excitement building. Times are changing in the business world and as Hercules lightens up on rules of participation, we can expect more daring on the part of this company as well as start-ups vying for a place on the stage.
jugs jugs 5 years ago
This stock pick is doing fine for me. I see opportunity ahead for those of us patient enough to await a change in investment community sentiment.
whytestocks whytestocks 5 years ago
News: $HTGC Investor Expectations to Drive Momentum within Hercules Capital, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, 22nd Century Group, BorgWarner, and Forestar Group - Discovering Underlying Factors of Influence

NEW YORK, Jan. 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In new independent research reports released early this morning, Market Source Research released its latest key findings for all current investors, traders, and shareholders of Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE:HTGC), Alexandria Real Estate Equities, I...

In case you are interested
jugs jugs 5 years ago
And I as well. I'm positive this is going to rock & roll. Hoping to be able to add when NGL comes through for us.

Also added to NRZ---using margin but the opportunity is just huge.
srains srains 5 years ago
Still have my shares
jugs jugs 6 years ago
This is perfect news for this moment, given the unusual circumstances in which we find ourselves market-wise:

Hercules Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC) (“Hercules” or the “Company”), the leading specialty finance company to innovative, venture growth, pre-IPO and M&A stage companies backed by leading and top tier venture capital firms, today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a stock repurchase plan (the “Company 10b5-1 Plan”) to acquire up to $25.0 million in the aggregate of Hercules’ common stock at prices that may be above or below net asset value, in accordance with the guidelines specified in Rule 10b-18 and Rule 10b5-1 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

There's more available at the head of this board.

jugs jugs 6 years ago
Just came across the newswire:

Hercules Technology Growth Capital has received the endorsement of shareholders by approving altering the level of acceptable risk. You can find the news yourselves by viewing the IHUB homepage for this stock pick of ours.

Take-away: By embracing greater risk, we (the company) will be better positioned to make financing available to potential clientele as not before due to allowing greater risk. It's important to understand that a contributing factor here is the extent to which HTGC is more decidedly available to operate in the venture capital environment.

I find this very exciting. I see good reason to expect brighter horizons coming from this fresh revision.

Good fortune to all here!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
This is not the time to expect great things happening in the BDC space as there's simply too much instability out there in the real world.

However, I'm holding fast to my position in this pick and enjoying the distributions. I can afford to wait for more exciting times so long as I'm getting well paid.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
These are extremely difficult times for potential targets of venture capitalists, to be sure. Focus is on retail and energy and the come-back trail for tech---so much going on with trade war rhetoric, of course.

BDC's will have their day soon enough. Hang on for now and enjoy the distributions.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
A large payday is coming up for me in a few weeks and while I'm not yet clear as to how much I'll be applying towards picks selected at this early stage, I've narrowed things down a bit and view the following as smart/likely candidates for additional purchases:

3. NRZ
4. PRT

These are all steady payers. Over the course of the last several months I've lightened positions so as to reallocate cash to NGL. However, I can't help noticing that I have consistently regretted having sold parts of those stocks listed above. Not to imply the trades were not profitable for they were in each instance; rather-- I feel completely safe in my list as they pay high yields, are definitely on the move towards greater heights in their respective categories. Additionally, they are making bold moves that I believe will establish their rightful place in terms of representing their franchises. They are definitely stand-outs.

All in all, I'm pleased to have experienced them long enough in my portfolio to find myself pleased with their performance.

Hope this helps some folks out there!

Ooooops! Nearly forgot to mention that I'll be receiving NGL units soon, thanks to participation in a pair of DRIPs involving sheltered accounts. It'll be just a hundred units or so but they're always welcome!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
By all means---it's a strong pick and I'm confident it will continue to bring value to our portfolios. I'd be adding too but it would require that I break into Fort Knox.

I've decided the risk isn't worth it. But NGL payday is a-comin' and with it will be a few bucks shy of $20,000. I want more of this pick of ours. BDC's are a great place to be for now.
srains srains 6 years ago
Added to my position today. I know the board is not real active but maybe we can change that
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Welcome aboard! Really good to see you here.

This company is in the news today and has been over the last week-to-two. Hercules is re-writing boundaries the company wishes to employ in reaching out to many companies unable to access more traditional capital markets. today's news points to a 4-cent gain per share to be expected soon, on top of gains already in place.

Business development companies are a great place to be at this point in time, thanks to our government moving increasingly towards lightening up on restraints formerly installed to protect. Some of these have been found to inhibit growth as per banking rules being lifted in part. And so it is with borrowing opportunities and this is where Hercules comes in.

This company is leaning more noticeably towards the venture capital side of the banking industry. I, in particular, appreciate that, having gone through related maneuvers myself thirty-odd years ago. A young banker in that branch's top seat thought me a suitable risk for his banking organization and we did a deal on a handshake! We did several more such transactions and we all made out splendidly.

HTGC and I belong together in a loving embrace! lol

Had to sell a few recently so I could add to NGL but still holding 1212 and hoping to add. My gain at the moment on the remaining is $970. Add $300 for those sold. Opened the position towards the end of June so I'm very pleased. More meaningful to me is that we're beautifully poised to find gains on an accelerative path from here on---going forward. Toss in better than 9% distributions and what's not to like in this pro-banking environment?

Wishing you the best as always...

srains srains 6 years ago
Well, just started a position, 300 shares. Not an active board but glad to be here.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Things continue to move along nicely. Growth is coming our way as the company make bold moves towards venture capital.

I'm a happy camper and hope to be able to add shares along the way.
jugs jugs 6 years ago

Ameritrade has seen fit---as is often the case---to credit my accounts with receipt of my first HTGC distributions a couple of days prior to the true exchange of funds. That 31 cents per share is looking mighty fine!

So here I sit with 1,509 shares and a diminishing cost basis of $12.32.

Not bad for just under two months! I'll accept a gain of $1,919 which annualizes at $11,514.

Whew! That sounds like money!

This pick deserves a lot more attention than you might be allowing. Hercules is in the business of enabling small to mid-size businesses to ramp up in a quest to scale---eventually hitting in the big leagues.

I'm expecting to add to this one. It feels really good knowing I'm part of a process that shows support for our fledgling U.S. industries vying for a larger portion of every businessman's dream of a piece of Heaven.

Good fortune to all of us!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
There's something terribly wrong here and I'd be one sorry moderator were I not to bring it to public attention:

Having held Hercules in my own portfolio now for exactly one month, I'm seeing a gain of 4 pennies shy of a whole dollar. it should be obvious to one (me) and all (you) that this could prove to be one of the most outstanding plays of the year for a high yield hound.

This pick may well be the first item on my short list when that juicy NGL distribution comes in to the tune of $17,50?. Toss in a few other distributions from different picks and that leaves me with $18,000 to play with.

Perhaps $5K will go into my checking account to sit alongside the long established cash reserves (dry powder). Another $5K or so will bring a bit of relief to the margin utilization. The rest, half of which will be sitting in three sheltered accounts---will be spread out among several plays. NGL will be the recipient of of a very small amount through a DRIP in a tiny IRA. Another IRA will be similarly handled. Most of the NGL bounty will be in the form of cash.

Hercules will definitely be in line for a transfusion as it's been so profitable already. I've not yet decided how to disperse the funds but this will be foremost in my mind as the next few weeks roll on by.

More on this to come.

However, I've gotta wonder why I find myself alone here? This is so profitable already! And take a look at the Barchart opinion option and you'll find 100% buy signals all over the place. Ditto with CEQP, by the way.

If you're not sure about launching a position in a BDC, read up on it. As you do, consider the impact on smaller businesses in America and how you expect they'll fare as the current administration continues to fight for the little business entities. I think you'll sense a new imperative and frankly there's no time like the present to make a move.

Let me know what you do, please.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Having held this pick for not quite a month, I've already gained $403 on just 500 shares.

And what's really nice is that this volcano is spewing green nearly every day!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
This is a stock that's being overlooked by many investors concentrating on other sectors. I understand that as I'm usually doing the same thing. Being an energy hound, anything energy-oriented grabs my attention.

BDCs are the go-to organizations companies turn to when money is critical to maintaining their day-to-day operations. When a company's stock is on the mat due to lack of available capital or a host of other issues too numerous to identify in this post but usually involving questionable creditworthiness and/or large debt obligation, investors tend to step back, fearful there'll no way to securitize their wish to see a particular company survive.

So what are the obvious options?

Well, a publicly traded company sells equity in exchange for cash. When you can't afford to buy & own, you rent and pray. The monthly rent paid doesn't contain a cash-back caveat, money paid is gone---permanently. In the case of Hercules, the objective after first identifying a good opportunity involving the trading of cash for equity, it's understood that HTGC wants to loan cash in order to gain a more permanent foothold in the company thru the access of equity. In simplest terms, HTGC is on the prowl, seeking opportunities to own parts of many viable companies.

Smaller companies are the likely partners-in-mind. Exhaustive research is the first building block in the BDC's decision-making process. In a way, you could say that this BDC is offering operating cash in exchange for a piece of the pie. The BDC expects to be repaid by a return of capital through the eventual sale of some or all of that equity and "rent-like fees" (loans to be repaid according to a strictly organized schedule based on specifics built into the loan structure/contract between BDC and the financially stressed company.

Tax changes on the move will trickle down into Mom & Pop businesses, many of which comprise a sizable portion of the companies being eyed by BDC. This will enhance growth opportunities for the BDC as it legitimizes loans not previously thought to be smart. But more importantly, circuitry involving loans for needy companies and companies prepared to make those loans available are at the beginning of a door-opening process thanks to an encouraging Administration bent upon promoting America's rebirth in building smaller business options.

This is a no-brainer for me and I now hold:

1,508 shares with a cost basis of $12.64.

This is a much smaller position than I want but it's what I can afford to put together at the moment. There's not a doubt in my mind but that HTGC is going much higher from here.

I began my accumulation on 6/18/18 or about a week ago---and now find a gain of $300.

To say I'm pleased is vastly understating things. Yahoo! makes it clear that analysts are viewing this as a strong contender for loftier trading numbers. Barchart Opinion has it listed with a 100% "buy" declaration.

For me, though, HTGC is likely to be my first target for add-on purchases when some of the NGL distribution money comes in. And I'm reducing other holdings daily in an effort to gain a stronger foothold in HTGC.

Good luck folks. And think twice about waiting to launch. Waiting is a form of slow death, all too often.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Busy morning, indeed!

Been trading heavily---lots of trades, lots of decisions being made as to what stocks paid over the last few weeks versus those yet to go ex-distribution. Without going into non-board-specifics, suffice to acknowledge:

Now holding 1,100 HTGC shares with a cost basis of $12.589.

I really appreciated that this pick resisted dropping this morning for a long time. That tells me it's smart to recognize this is a relatively safe stock in which to park money for now. The yield is excellent but more appealing to me is that the shares are showing great resistance to overall market conditions---in this case---a severe downturn.

So I remain on the acquisitive trail, hoping to continue adding shares of HTGC as I can. I feel no rush as there's a long time before divvy hunters push the price point higher.

This is looking better and better to me all the time. BDCs are at the root of S&P500 plays---without capital, companies don't expect to move to higher valuations. I'm liking this company more and more as I study, read and assimilate. And I'm excited, I believe profits will be racking up strongly as we move forward.

Good fortune to all here!

While I understand my followers are focusing on NGL at the moment, I do hope you'll divert a bit of cash into HTGC as it's looking stronger and stronger to me all the time.

Enjoy the day however you spend it and your cash.
jugs jugs 6 years ago
When looking for my next primary investment vehicle, I look for a company that will become part of its investment community. When looking at Hercules, I'm struck by its determination to be "as one" with each partner.

This is how I choose my investment vehicles, as well. It behooves me to know each company in which I invest---intimately, comfortably and thoroughly. This is how I'm able to sleep well night after night, even when times are difficult for a particular investment. It's my responsibility to become intimately familiar with the companies in which I invest---so much so that I come to feel as though those companies are part of me, an extension, if you will.

My relationship with each investment is not unlike that of the equestrian with the winning horse, or the driver with his hands on the steering wheel of that splendid race car. The idea here is to be "as one" with the entity at the center of that winning vision regarded as supremely viable.

Make no mistake---HTGC may not prove to be worthy of a lot of respect from me---not yet, anyway. But I will grow as my respect grows. My investment will grow as a direct result.

So if somebody out there is looking for the next bonanza to come home, know that it starts with the first steps we take. I've taken my first steps.

jugs jugs 6 years ago
This being one of a number of stocks held in my portfolio, I'm just now getting around to squaring off so as to develop an overall plan that may lead to fine gains in this stock.

To begin this round-up:

My current position consists of

700 shares at a cost basis of $12.50.

The position was launched on Monday, 6/18/18.

Results: Gain of $166 after deducting for commissions.


The recently passed tax relief law will breathe new life into American companies. It should surprise nobody that smaller businesses will find early stage navigation easier than in times past. As start-up Mom & Pop business are launched, fresh monies will be sought for inventory, infrastructure, promotion (advtsg.), wages, and so many more aspects involved in day-to-day operation of any business. It is the primary function of companies such as Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc. that such financial aid be made available. With it, beginning businesses have a chance to make their way. Without it, there will be no future for most.

Following is an extract (complete) provided by Ameritrade. It is not as complete as I'd like so, all means. go to Yahoo! as that site will fill in a lot of obvious blanks.

Hercules Capital, Inc. is a specialty finance company. The Company is an internally managed, non-diversified, closed-end investment company. The Company focuses on providing senior secured venture growth loans to venture capital-backed companies in a range of technology, life sciences, and sustainable and renewable technology industries. The Company's investment objective is to maximize its portfolio total return by generating current income from its debt investments and capital appreciation from its warrant and equity-related investments. The Company's primary business objectives are to increase its net income, net operating income and net asset value (NAV) by investing in structured debt with warrants and equity of venture capital-backed companies in technology-related industries with attractive current yields and the potential for equity appreciation and realized gains. The Company focuses its investments in companies active in the technology industry sub-sectors

Hercules will engage in business with start-ups as any venture capital organization will---providing loans often not available through banks because of restrictions governing the nature of loaning money to less secure companies trying to gain a more permanent foothold. Venture capital companies will often accept equity in lieu of cash. When the venture capital company researches well and adds things up coherently and wisely, its chances to prosper are enhanced. Thus, the venture capitalist becomes a partner in the truest sense.

This, then, is at the foundation of my reasons for being an investor in HTGC. I like the premise, I'm noting improving company fundamentals and I sense the company is knocking at the door of opportunity. America has been compressed for many years. Without getting into political dissatisfactions, I will say only that I believe the iceberg is still a ways off in the distance. That, alone, tells me I've got to continue building a position in HTGC and do so now---before the rush becomes apparent to everybody later to the party.

Happy hunting!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Just now I added 200 shares of HTGC.

Ameritrade offers a fairly complete representation of situations this company finds especially ripe for creating wealth. I'm learning more and more all the time and it's spurring me on to add shares as I find affordable.

As of this moment I'm holding just 500 shares with a cost basis of $12.39 Obviously I've got to remain in accumulation mode or this investment won't translate into any meaningfully accretive.

So I'm in the hunt!
jugs jugs 6 years ago
Just now took a starter position in HTGC.


300 at $12.36

I'll be watching this one for up to three months as is my custom---examining changes in valuation, profitability for myself, and more in-depth study of the balance sheet, financials and SEC filings.

Today's initial buy is based on the market's reflexive response to offerings without thought or even a clue as to why the offering should be regarded as dilutive when there may well be other issues far more important to this moment.

So, then, we wait and watch and hope to learn and grow through the process.
Stockplus Stockplus 9 years ago
gold team gold team 9 years ago
with this low PPS and dividends this has to be a good long term play ??
stealthways stealthways 9 years ago
Tech companies beware, Hercules into vulture capital now..
IMO tech companies should think twice about borrowing money from Hercules as they have added new much more aggressive and questionable business strategies. ..I would highly recommend tech companies study and try to understand their recent investment in AMDA, as an example, in this regard,...
expediter13 expediter13 10 years ago
U on this / Ran across it on a search in biotech. They happen to hold warrants... Your right, this is a one of a kind, into the real money, without being part of the big boys... GREAT MODEL... Looks like it took a while to take off, and moved to NYSE for some reason. i need to know what happened, and why.. But fundementally they are growing, market is growing, and they have the cash... With another 6 years of market to come, this could get really huge...

As they grow, it opens up whole new doors into financing with the chance to compete with major players at one point. That is where i would worry a little, a sellout of sorts.. The top players for the company could be swayed to join the Board or boards as independant advisors for Big time invesment bank types... THat type of move would be a trap for investors here as the directors of hercules could withold their investments to help those companies paying them on the side.. GET IT ?

Example : Pintrest is going public and Hercules approaches them as a possible financier... Great rate, etc... But along comes underwriter UBS, Sachs, etc. and offers board seats to henriquez, Bluestein, and others for the walk away to pintrest...

It is an inside play of "can never prove insider trade" or disclosure would never be found... Thinking and typing way off in the future....
RickKayne RickKayne 10 years ago
I'm liking the model!
Not to mention their dividend.
Penny Roger$ Penny Roger$ 11 years ago
Very nice running rabbit!

Chatee Chatee 11 years ago
My best stock right now.
Penny Roger$ Penny Roger$ 12 years ago
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~ $HTGC ~ Earnings expected on Friday *
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Penny Roger$ Penny Roger$ 12 years ago
Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc. (HTGC) is a specialty finance company that provides debt and equity growth capital to technology-related companies at all stages of development from seed and emerging growth to expansion and established stages of development, which include select publicly listed companies and lower middle market companies. The Company is an internally managed, non-diversified, closed-end investment company. The Company primarily finances privately-held companies backed by venture capital and private equity firms and also may finance certain select publicly-traded companies that lack access to public capital or are sensitive to equity ownership dilution. HTGC sources its investments through its principal office located in Silicon Valley, as well as its additional offices in the Boston and Boulder.

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