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Main Street Capital looks appealing, but income investors should note the elevated risks before buying.
Let's see how Main Street Capital and Orchid Island Capital stack up.
These financial favorites are involved in private equity, business development and asset management.
These under-the-radar business development companies offer double-digit yields.
Every investment portfolio should include a core of equities that offer reliable long-term capital growth, as well as a steady income flow.
Business development companies thrive when the economy is growing, and interest rates are rising, or at least not declining.
Income-seeking investors on the hunt for stocks that pay out monthly dividends will not be disappointed, with some solid firms to choose from.
These advisors see long-term opportunities in the financial sector, including small-cap managers and large investment firms.
If you'd like payments more often than quarterly, here are some recommendations.
Given the plunge in crude, beware of these ancillary minefields as well.
Ahead of the deluge, it's always a good idea to look into insider selling -- or buying, for that matter.
These two capital-providers stack up well against a time-tested strategy.
"Forecasts & Strategies" editor Mark Skousen shares his stock picks and pans.