Prospect Capital Corp.'s Fiscal Q2 2016 NII And NAV Projection (Including Current Price Target)

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Summary

I am projecting PSEC will report a modest (at or greater than 2%, but less than 5%) decrease in NAV during the fiscal second quarter of 2016.

The projected decrease in NAV is due to net depreciation within PSEC's CLO investments, increased credit risk regarding several portfolio companies, and continued stress on certain oil & gas investments.

As a result of volatile debt markets, most BDC peers continued to experience varying severities of net investment depreciation during the calendar fourth quarter of 2015 as spreads materially widened.

I am also projecting PSEC will generate a minor economic loss for the quarter. However, I believe the current stock valuation has priced in most of the recent negative trends.

My buy, sell, or hold recommendation and price target for PSEC is stated in the "Conclusions Drawn" section of the article.

Focus of Article:

The focus of this article is to provide a detailed projection of Prospect Capital Corp.'s (NASDAQ:PSEC) net asset value ("NAV") per share as of 12/31/2015. Prior to results being provided to the public on 2/9/2016 (via the company's quarterly press release), I would like to analyze PSEC's NAV as of 12/31/2015 and provide readers a general direction on how I believe this recent quarter has panned out. I believe this quarter has a heightened level of importance to readers due to the recent events that have impacted the business development company ("BDC") sector. This includes, but is not limited to, the Federal Open Market Committee's ("FOMC") decision regarding monetary policy, the continued sharp decrease in oil prices, and the continued volatility within the high yield debt market as spreads materially widened.

I will also include my quarterly "net investment income" ("NII") and "net increase (decrease) in net assets resulting from operations" (also known as "earnings per share" ("EPS")) projections in this article. My current BUY, SELL, or HOLD recommendation for PSEC will be in the "Conclusions Drawn" section of this article.

Side Note: Predicting certain accounting figures within the BDC sector is usually more difficult when compared to other sectors due to the fair market value ("FMV") adjustments that occur within a company's investment portfolio each quarter. Specifically, the following two PSEC accounts are typically more difficult to project in any given quarter: 1) unrealized appreciation (depreciation) on investments; and 2) realized gain (loss) on investments. As such, there are several assumptions used when performing such an analysis. PSEC's actual reported values may differ materially from my projected values within this article due to unforeseen circumstances. This could occur because management deviates from a company's prior business strategy and pursues a new strategy that was not previously disclosed or anticipated. This could also occur when the company has a "one-time" extraordinary event which was previously unforeseen or disclosed. Readers should be aware as such. All projections within this article are my personal estimates and should not solely be used for any investor's buying or selling decisions. All actual reported figures that are above the mean of my account projections will be deemed an "outperformance," in my judgment. All actual reported figures that are below the mean of my account projections will be deemed an "underperformance," in my judgment.

Overview of PSEC's NAV as of 12/31/2015:

Due to the fact that several figures needed to project/calculate PSEC's NAV as of 12/31/2015 come directly from the company's consolidated statement of operations, I provide Table 1 below. Table 1 shows the company's consolidated statement of operations from a six months ended time frame. Using Table 1 below as a reference, one must calculate certain account figures from the fiscal first and second quarters of 2016 for the purposes of projecting a suitable NAV as of 12/31/2015.

Table 1 - PSEC Fiscal Six Months Ended Consolidated Statement of Operations

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, including all calculated figures and projected valuations)

Having provided Table 1 above (in particular PSEC's "Fiscal Six Months Ended (ESTIMATE)" column), we can now begin to calculate the company's projected NAV as of 12/31/2015. This projection will be calculated using Table 2 below.

Table 2 - PSEC Six Months Ended NAV Projection (NAV as of 12/31/2015)

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, including all calculated figures and projected valuations. All figures, with the exception of the number of outstanding shares of common stock and NAV per share figures, are in 000s)

Using Table 2 above as a reference, let us take a look at the calculation for PSEC's projected NAV as of 12/31/2015. Unless otherwise noted, all figures below are for the "six months ended" time frame. Let us look at the following figures (in corresponding order to the "Ref." column shown in Table 2 next to the December 31, 2015 column):

A) Operations

B) Stockholder Transactions

C) Capital Share Transactions

A) Operations:

- Net Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets From Operations Estimate of $21.8 Million; Range ($38.2) - $81.8 Million

- Confidence Within Range = Moderate to High

- See Red Reference "A" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

This "net increase (decrease) in net assets from operations" figure consists of the following three amounts that come directly from the company's consolidated statement of operations: 1) net investment income (see blue reference "A" in Tables 1 and 2 above); 2) net realized gain (loss) on investments (see blue reference "B" in Tables 1 and 2 above); and 3) net unrealized appreciation (depreciation) on investments (see blue reference "C" in Tables 1 and 2 above). It should be noted, a fourth amount - PSEC's gain (loss) on extinguishment of debt figure - is also included, but is deemed "immaterial" for discussion purposes. Since I have refrained from writing a quarterly consolidated statement of operations projection article for PSEC (due to time constraints), I will summarize what I believe will occur within these three amounts during the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Let us first discuss its NII account.

1) Net Investment Income:

- Estimate of $175.3 Million; Range $160.3-190.3 Million

- Confidence Within Range = Moderate to High

- See Blue Reference "A" in Tables 1 and 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

PSEC reported NII of $91.2 million for the fiscal first quarter of 2016. I am projecting the company will report NII of $84.0 million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Using Tables 1 and 2 above as a reference, when combined this is a projected NII of $175.3 million (rounded) for the six months ended 12/31/2015.

Per PSEC's Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") filings, management disclosed the company had loan originations and add-on investments of approximately $275 million during the fiscal second quarter of 2016. This figure is a modest decrease when compared to the prior quarter. Management also disclosed PSEC had portfolio sales/repayments/restructurings (that were "publicly" disclosed) of approximately ($300) million during the fiscal second quarter of 2016. This figure is also a modest decrease when compared to the prior quarter.

When combining the company's quarterly loan originations funded at close and add-on investments less portfolio sales/repayments/restructurings, I am projecting PSEC's total investment portfolio decreased ($25)-($75) million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016 (prior to all quarterly FMV fluctuations and scheduled principal payments).

The projected modest decrease in quarterly NII ($84.0 million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016, versus $91.2 million for the fiscal first quarter of 2016) is mainly attributed to the following factors when compared to the prior quarter: 1) non-accrual of CP Energy Services, Inc. (CP Energy); 2) decrease in CLO accrued interest income; 3) non-accrual of Targus Group International, Inc. (Targus); and 4) a minor decrease in the company's total expenses. Now let us discuss PSEC's net realized gain (loss) on investments account.

2) Net Realized Gain (Loss) on Investments:

- Estimate of ($27.1) Million; Range ($48.1)-($6.1) Million

- Confidence Within Range = Moderate

- See Blue Reference "B" in Tables 1 and 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

PSEC reported a net realized loss on investments of ($2.1) million for the fiscal first quarter of 2016. I am projecting the company will report a net realized loss on investments of ($25.0) million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Using Tables 1 and 2 above as a reference, when combined this is a projected net realized loss on investments of ($27.1) million for the six months ended 12/31/2015.

I am projecting a notable net realized loss within this account during the fiscal second quarter of 2016 for two main reasons. First, management disclosed PSEC sold its investment in American Gilsonite Company (American Gilsonite) during the fiscal second quarter of 2016 for a minor net realized loss. Second, I am speculating the company sold its investment in CP Energy at some point during the quarter for a notable net realized loss.

I would point out even if PSEC did not sell its investment in CP Energy during the fiscal second quarter of 2016, there is still a relatively high probability the debt/equity investments within this portfolio company had a notable FMV "write-down" (oil & gas investment). As such, this would merely be a "classification" issue between a realized loss and an unrealized loss. My projected range for this specific account takes this potential classification issue into consideration. Now, let us discuss PSEC's net unrealized appreciation (depreciation) on investments account.

3) Net Unrealized Appreciation (Depreciation) on Investments:

- Estimate of ($126.3) Million; Range ($150.3)-($102.3) Million

- Confidence Within Range = Moderate

- See Blue Reference "C" in Tables 1 and 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

PSEC reported a net unrealized depreciation on investments of ($61.3) million for the fiscal first quarter of 2016. I am projecting the company will report a net unrealized depreciation on investments of ($65.0) million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Using Tables 1 and 2 above as a reference, when combined this is a projected net unrealized depreciation on investments of ($126.3) million for the six months ended 12/31/2015. This account takes into consideration the quarterly FMV fluctuations that occur within PSEC's investment portfolio. I believe two key trends that occurred during the fiscal second quarter of 2016 should be discussed.

First, during the fiscal second quarter of 2016, U.S. and global debt markets continued to experience heightened volatility. In part, the markets anticipated the FOMC would finally increase the Federal ("Fed") Funds Rate for the first time in roughly a decade, which directly impacts most short-term funding rates, including the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR). This heightened volatility caused varying levels of underperformance within residential/commercial mortgages, corporate bonds, and the high yield debt market. As such, spreads materially widened during PSEC's fiscal second quarter of 2016. The underperformance of bond/debt markets were driven by growing concerns that weakness in global economies would "spill over" to the U.S. economy. While the rapid, short-term decline in prices for actively traded high yield debt investments has abated somewhat towards the end of January 2016, I believe the entire BDC sector (to varying degrees) was impacted by the recent "panic" which occurred during the calendar fourth quarter of 2015.

Due to the sharp reversal of the forward LIBOR curve during PSEC's fiscal second quarter of 2016 and its impact on projected future cash flows, I believe the company's collateralized loan obligation ("CLO") portfolio will likely experience modest-to-material net investment depreciation during the fiscal second quarter of 2016. I also anticipate a minor "spike" in the percentage of underperforming/non-performing investments held within the company's CLO portfolio. Overall pricing of a majority of CLO investments, especially newer vintages, decreased during PSEC's fiscal second quarter of 2016. Knowing that the forward LIBOR curve rapidly "reversed course" and began to materially net decrease beginning in early January 2016, it will be interesting to see how PSEC valued the company's CLO investment portfolio as of 12/31/2015. This generalized trend typically benefits projected future cash flows.

Second, there continued to be a rapid, material decrease in the price of oil during PSEC's fiscal second quarter of 2016. This event likely negatively impacted investment valuations within most BDCs' oil & gas portfolio companies. This net depreciation mainly stems from the decrease in the future projected cash flows of these specific investments due to heightened credit risk. Simply put, the continued downward pressure of oil prices had market participates beginning to seriously consider anticipated defaults of some oil & gas investments. Since oil prices have remained "suppressed" going into February 2016, the possibility of underperforming/non-performing investments within the oil & gas sector is likely to persist going into the calendar first quarter of 2016.

As of 9/30/2015, when excluding CLO investments, 3.66% of PSEC's portfolio had debt and equity investments within the oil & gas sector (including certain investments in the energy sector which had "oil & gas" characteristics). When including CLO investments (with confirmation by management), 4.32% of PSEC's portfolio had debt and equity investments within the oil & gas sector. While the company had oil & gas exposure slightly below the average of the eleven BDC stocks I currently cover, I still believe it had a modest exposure as of 9/30/2015. The following prior article provided oil & gas exposure percentages for Apollo Investment Corp. (NASDAQ:AINV), Ares Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:ARCC), Main Street Capital Corp. (NYSE:MAIN), Golub Capital BDC Inc. (NASDAQ:GBDC), and Solar Capital Ltd. (NASDAQ:SLRC) as of 9/30/2015:

Prospect Capital Corp.'s NAV, Dividend, And Valuation To Five BDC Peers (Post Calendar Q3 2015 Earnings) - Part 1

Regarding my projected material net unrealized depreciation on investments figure for the fiscal second quarter of 2016, this amount includes FMV write-downs within PSEC's CLO portfolio (discussed above) and several of the company's control investments, including (but not limited to) Arctic Energy Services, LLC (Arctic Energy), CP Energy (if realization did not occur), Gulf Coast Machine and Supply Company (Gulf Coast), Freedom Marine Solutions, Inc. (Freedom), and R-V Industries, Inc. (R-V Industries). However, I am also projecting several of PSEC's control investments had FMV "write-ups" during this quarter, thus offsetting a minor portion of the projected unrealized depreciation. Specifically, I project some strength in the company's consumer finance and real estate investment trust ("REIT") investments. This account's projection is formed from a detailed investment portfolio model that will be omitted from this article due to the sheer size of the tabulated data.

Let us now combine the three amounts described above (including one additional account not discussed due to immateriality) to come up with a projected net increase (decrease) in net assets from operations figure for the six months ended 12/31/2015. When combining NII of $175.3 million, a net loss on the extinguishment of debt of ($0.1) million, a net realized loss on investments of ($27.1) million, and net unrealized depreciation on investments of ($126.3) million, I am projecting PSEC had an increase in net assets from operations of $21.8 million for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see red reference "A" in Table 2 above).

B) Stockholder Transactions:

- Net Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets From Stockholder Transactions Estimate of ($177.9) Million; Range ($182.9)-($172.9) Million

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Red Reference "B" and Blue Reference "D" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

- See Blue Reference "D" in Table 3 Below

Side Note: As shown in Table 2 above, PSEC's "net increase (decrease) in net assets from stockholder transactions" figure is the equivalent to the company's "distributions to stockholders from net investment company taxable income ("ICTI")" figure. Since this is the only amount within this specific classification, both figures will be the same.

This is a fairly simple calculation. This is the company's dividend distributions for the fiscal first and second quarters of 2016.

Table 3 - PSEC Six Months Ended Distributions to Common Stockholders Projection

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, partially using PSEC data obtained from the SEC's EDGAR Database)

Using Table 3 above as a reference, the number of outstanding shares of common stock as of 10/28/2015, 11/26/2015, and 12/29/2015 is projected to be 355.2, 355.4, and 355.4 million, respectively. As such, I am projecting less than (0.1), 0.2, and 0.1 million shares of common stock, net were issued (repurchased) from 10/1/2015 to 10/27/2015, 10/28/2015 to 11/25/2015, and 11/26/2015 to 12/28/2015, respectively. This consists of common stock being issued under PSEC's dividend reinvestment plan and stock being purchased under the company's share repurchase plan. The monthly common stock dividend for the months of October, November, and December 2015 was $0.0833 per share. When calculated, I am projecting monthly dividend distributions of ($29.6) million for October, November, and December 2015, respectively.

When these three monthly dividend distributions are combined with the three months ended dividend distributions of ($89.1) million, I am projecting PSEC had a decrease in net assets from stockholder transactions of ($177.9) million for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see red reference "B" in Table 2 above and blue reference "D" in Tables 2 and 3 above).

C) Capital Share Transactions:

- Net Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets From Capital Share Transactions Estimate of ($26.3) Million; Range ($31.5)-($21.5) Million

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Red Reference "C" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

This "net increase (decrease) in net assets from capital share transactions" figure consists of the following four amounts: 1) issuance of common stock, net of underwriting fees (see blue reference "E" in Table 2 above and Table 4 below); 2) offering costs on issuance of common stock (see blue reference "F" in Table 2 above and Table 4 below); 3) issuance of common stock under dividend reinvestment plan (see blue reference "G" in Table 2 above and Table 5 below); and 4) repurchases of common stock (see blue reference "H" in Table 2 above and Table 6 below).

1) Issuance of Common Stock, Net of Underwriting Fees:

- Estimate of $0; No Range

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Blue Reference "E" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

- See Blue Reference "E" in Table 4 Below

This is PSEC's issuance of common stock, net of underwriting fees for the fiscal first and second quarters of 2016.

Table 4 - PSEC Six Months Ended Issuance of Common Stock, Net of Underwriting Fees Projection

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, partially using PSEC data obtained from the SEC's EDGAR Database [link provided below Table 3])

For the third consecutive quarter, I am projecting no shares of common stock were issued under PSEC's "at-the-market" ("ATM") offering program. As such, I am projecting the company will report an issuance of common stock, net figure of $0 for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Therefore, I am projecting it will report an issuance of common stock, net of underwriting fees figure of $0 for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see blue reference "E" in Tables 2 and 4 above).

2) Offering Costs on Issuance of Common Stock:

- Estimate of $0.1 Million; Range ($1.0)-$1.0 Million

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Blue Reference "F" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

- See Blue Reference "F" in Table 4 Above

This figure consists of the offering costs associated with the issuance of common stock (including all "plans"). This figure was originally projected within the issuance of common stock, net of underwriting fees figure above. Since I am projecting PSEC only issued shares of common stock through its dividend reinvestment plan (discussed next) and repurchased shares through its dividend repurchase plan (discussed later), I am projecting there were ($0.1) million of underwriting fees/offering costs for the fiscal second quarter of 2016.

Once again using Table 4 above a reference, when this figure is combined with the three months ended figure of $0.1 million, I am projecting the company will report an offering costs on issuance of common stock figure of $0.1 million (rounded) for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see blue reference "F" in Tables 2 and 4 above).

3) Issuance of Common Stock Under Dividend Reinvestment Plan:

- Estimate of $7.8 Million; Range $5.3-$10.3 Million

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Blue Reference "G" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

- See Blue Reference "G" in Table 5 Below

This is PSEC's issuance of common stock under its dividend reinvestment plan for the fiscal first and second quarters of 2016.

Table 5 - PSEC Six Months Ended Issuance of Common Stock Under Dividend Reinvestment Plan Projection

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, partially using PSEC data obtained from the SEC's EDGAR Database [link provided below Table 3])

Originally discussed within PSEC's distributions to stockholders from net ICTI figure, I am projecting 0.2 million shares of common stock were issued under the company's dividend reinvestment plan for the months of October, November, and December 2015. Using Table 5 above as a reference, when calculated this is projected proceeds of $1.4, $1.3, and $1.4 million for the months of October, November, and December 2015, respectively. When combined, I am projecting the company will report an issuance of common stock under its dividend reinvestment plan figure of $4.1 million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016.

Therefore, when this figure is combined with the three months ended figure of $3.7 million, I am projecting PSEC will report an issuance of common stock under its dividend reinvestment plan figure of $7.8 million for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see blue reference "G" in Tables 2 and 5 above).

4) Repurchases of Common Stock:

- Estimate of ($34.1) Million; Range ($35.6)-($32.6) Million

- Confidence Within Range = High

- See Blue Reference "H" in Table 2 Above Next to the December 31, 2015 Column

- See Blue Reference "H" in Table 6 Below

This is PSEC's purchases of common stock under its share repurchase plan for the fiscal first and second quarters of 2016.

Table 6 - PSEC Six Months Ended Purchase of Common Stock Under Share Repurchase Plan Projection

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, partially using PSEC data obtained from the SEC's EDGAR Database [link provided below Table 3])

Originally discussed within PSEC's distributions to stockholders from net ICTI figure, I am projecting (0.2) and (0.2) million shares of common stock were purchased under the company's share repurchase plan from 10/1/2015 to 10/21/2015 and 10/22/2015 to 12/31/2015, respectively. Using Table 6 above as a reference, when calculated this is projected repurchases of ($2.6) million for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. Therefore, when this figure is combined with the three months ended figure of ($31.5) million, I am projecting PSEC will report a repurchases of common stock figure of ($34.1) million for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see blue reference "H" in Tables 2 and 6 above).

When combining equity raised in common stock issuances, net of underwriting fees of $0, offering costs associated with the issuance of common stock of $0.1 million, equity raised in relation to the company's dividend reinvestment plan of $7.8 million, and repurchases of common stock of ($34.1) million, I am projecting PSEC had a decrease in net assets from capital share transactions of ($26.3) million (rounded) for the six months ended 12/31/2015 (see red reference "C" in Table 2 above).

Conclusions Drawn:

To sum up all the information discussed above, I am projecting PSEC will report the following NAV per share as of 12/31/2015:

PSEC's Projected NAV as of 12/31/2015 = $9.90 Per Share

PSEC's Projected NAV Range as of 12/31/2015 = $9.70-10.10 Per Share

This projection is a decrease of ($0.27) per share from the company's NAV as of 9/30//2015. This modest (greater than 2%, but less than 5%) decrease in NAV can be attributed to the following quarterly per share changes:

Table 7 - PSEC Quarterly NAV Per Share Changes

(Source: Table created entirely by myself, including all calculated figures and projected valuations)

Using Table 7 above as a reference, I am projecting PSEC's net decrease in net assets resulting from operations (also known as EPS) was ($0.02) per share for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. In comparison, I am projecting it had dividend distributions of ($0.25) per share for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. I am also projecting the company had no NAV accretion (dilution) in relation to its dividend reinvestment and share repurchase plans for the fiscal second quarter of 2016. After adding these three amounts together, a decrease of ($0.27) per share for the fiscal second quarter of 2016 is obtained.

My BUY, SELL, or HOLD Recommendation:

PSEC recently closed at $5.99 per share as of 2/5/2016. This was a ($3.91) per share discount to my projected NAV of $9.90 per share for the company as of 12/31/2015. This calculates to a price-to-NAV ratio of 0.6048 or a discount of (39.52%).

When combining the analysis above with various other factors/analytical metrics not discussed within this specific article, I currently rate PSEC as a SELL when the stock price is trading at less than a (20%) discount to my projected NAV as of 12/31/2015, a HOLD when trading at or greater than a (20%) but less than a (30%) discount to my projected NAV as of 12/31/2015, and a BUY when trading at or greater than a (30%) discount to my projected NAV as of 12/31/2015. These ranges are a slight downgrade when compared to my last PSEC article due to recent negative trends within the high yield debt market, particularly CLO and oil & gas investments.

With that being said, I still currently rate PSEC as a BUY. My current price target is $7.90 per share. This price target is a ($0.25) per share decrease when compared to my last PSEC article. Still, I believe most (if not all) of the risk associated with the company's investment portfolio is already priced into the current stock valuation. For a discussion of what I recently believed were some positive and negative factors to consider when choosing PSEC as a possible equity investment, please see the following prior article:

Prospect Capital's Dividend And NAV Sustainability Analysis (Pre-Fiscal Q2 2016 Earnings) - Part 2

Final Note: Each investor's BUY, SELL, or HOLD decision is based on one's risk tolerance, time horizon, and dividend income goals. My personal recommendation will not fit each reader's current investing strategy. I first initiated a position in PSEC in October 2013 at prices ranging from $10.80 to $10.85 per share. I took both cash and reinvested stock dividends depending on the stock price when the company's monthly dividends were distributed. On 7/28/2014, I sold 50% of my position in PSEC at a price of $11.00 per share. On 8/26/2014, I sold my remaining position in PSEC at a price of $10.69 per share (the initial goal was to obtain a price of at least $10.75 per share) due to the disappointing results reported by the company after markets closed on 8/25/2014. At the time, this disclosure was provided to readers within subsequent PSEC articles over the next several months. On 8/27/2015, I once again initiated a position in PSEC at a weighted average purchase price of $7.325 per share. This weighted average per share price excludes all dividends received/reinvested.

Disclosure: I am/we are long PSEC, GBDC.

I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

Additional disclosure: I currently have no position in AINV, ARCC, MAIN, or SLRC. Within the past 90 days, I initiated and subsequently sold a position in MAIN generating a 17.5% realized gain.

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