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Last updated: 2016/9/26 23:08:29 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Oxford Lane Capital 23.51
Ticc Capital 20.14
Centerra Gold 16.27
New York Mortgage Trust 15.89
Full Circle Capital 15.73
Martin Midstream Partners 15.71
Pennantpark Investment 14.87
Csi Compressco Lp 14.79
Capitala Finance 14.26
Thl Credit 14.06
Ev Energy Partners 13.82
Garrison Capital 13.53
Kohlberg Capital 12.74
Mind C.t.i. 12.62
Fifth Street Finance 12.59
Destination Maternity 12.52
Newtek Business Services 12.26
Wheeler Reit 12.21
Prospect Capital 12.12
Bon-ton Stores 12.05
Golar Lng Partners Lp 11.98
Icahn Enterprises Lp 11.92
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp 11.00
American Capital Agency 10.96
American Capital Senior Floating 10.67
Gladstone Capital 10.59
Alcentra Capital 10.36
Fifth Street Senior Floating Rate 10.30
Apollo Investment 10.24
Horizon Technology Finance 10.10
Blackrock Kelso Capital 10.10
Evolving Systems 10.05
Fidus Investment 9.85
Ares Capital 9.76
Frontier Communications 9.70
Oxbridge Re Holdings 9.66
Blueknight Energy Partners Lp 9.54
Capital Product Partners 9.20
Monroe Capital 9.18
Comtech Telecommunications 9.08
Thestreet.com 8.85
National American University 8.82
Tcp Capital 8.80
Calamos Asset Management 8.76
First Trust Mlp And Energy Income Fund 8.75
Pennantpark Floating Rate Capital 8.72
Solar Senior Capital 8.71
Alliance Gp L.p. 8.71
Gladstone Investment 8.44
Bebe Stores 8.40

Articles featuring Oxford Lane Capital (OXLC):

Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend on 6/14/2016

The following is a list of companies trading ex-dividend on Tuesday, June 14th:Oxford Lane (NASDAQ: OXLC) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.60 per share, or $2.4 annualized. The dividend will be payable on June 30, 2016, to stockholders of record on June 16, 2016, with an ex-dividend date of June 14, 2016. The annual yield on the dividend is 22.5 percent.Goldcorp (NYSE: GG) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.02 per share, or $0.08 annualized. This is a 66.7% decrease from the... Read more

BDC Top Dividend Dog Is Medallion Again In June

The Scoop On BDC's Yield (dividend / price) results from Yahoo Finance as of market closing prices June 7 for Business Development Company Stocks listed here were gauged by dog metrics to reveal the actionable conclusions that follow. After June 2014, when the Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses (AFFE) proviso of the SEC prompted both the Russell and S&P 500 publishers to remove over 40 BDC dogs from their primary equity indices, it became appropriate to track BDC progress as a... Read more

High Yield CEF 4-Year Total Returns

Reaching for yield almost always ends in disaster. This doesn't mean you have to be happy with 2% Treasuries or 1% CDs, but it does mean prudence, care, and diligence when it comes to finding higher yielding closed-end funds ((CEFs)), especially funds whose income source is junk bonds. There are a number of reasons for this, ranging from managers' inability to earn payouts, depletion of NAV due to fees, bad bets, derivatives, systemic events, and other problems, and declining... Read more

Analysts Name Capitala Finance Best BDC Dividend Dog In March

What BDCs? Yield (dividend/price) results from Yahoo Finance as of market closing prices March 17 for Business Development Company Stocks listed here were gauged by dog metrics to reveal the actionable conclusions that follow. After June 2014, when the Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses (AFFE) proviso of the SEC prompted both the Russell and S&P 500 publishers to remove over 40 BDC dogs from their primary equity indices, it became appropriate to track BDC progress as a pack. This is... Read more

Johnson & Johnson Ties AT&T As 'Follower Favorite' Dividend Dog For March

How Followers Voted Mid-morning March 1, I messaged 5,900 Arnold followers. I requested their e-mail address, favorite dividend stock, and favorite team. In exchange, each respondent received a summary and quarterly report describing my best performing dog of the week (DOTW) from first 13 listed on my premium site. The offer was similar to what I sent followers in December and September . My DOTW selections are published every Sunday exclusively on my Seeking Alpha premium page. The DOTW... Read more

Stocks Trading Ex-Dividend on 3/14/2016

The following is a list of companies trading ex-dividend on Monday, March 14th:Oxford Lane (NASDAQ: OXLC) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.60 per share, or $2.4 annualized. The dividend will be payable on March 31, 2016, to stockholders of record on March 16, 2016, with an ex-dividend date of March 14, 2016. The annual yield on the dividend is 22.5 percent.Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ: GILD) declared a quarterly dividend of $0.43 per share, or $1.72 annualized. The dividend will be... Read more

Stellus Best BDC Dividend Dog For January, Analysts Say

Why BDCs? Yield (dividend/price) results from Yahoo Finance as of market closing prices January 15 for Business Development Company Stocks listed here were gauged by dog metrics to reveal the actionable conclusions that follow. After June 2014, when the Acquired Fund Fees and Expenses (AFFE) proviso of the SEC prompted both the Russell and S&P 500 publishers to remove 40 BDC dogs from their primary equity indices, it became appropriate to track BDC progress as a pack. This is the... Read more

Top BDC Dividend Dog, Oxford, Yields 21% As Of November 24

Summary Top yield BDC, OXLC, led 40 Business Development Companies (BDCs) by yield ranging from 6.58% to 21.11% as of November 24 closing data. Actionable conclusions: 1. Top yield BDCs invest in CLOs or mid-market firms; 2. Top 10 BDC dogs and Dow retreated; 3. Dow dogs are overbought; 4. BDCs are not. Top yield BDCs for November were: OXLC, KCAP, TICC, MCC, PNNT, NEWT, FULL, CPTA, PSEC, and SCM. Consider these marks, conclusions and list as references for your late-November... Read more

Oxford Lane Capital And Eagle Point Keep Churning Out The Cash, While High Yield Market Jitters Drag Down NAVs

Summary As high yield bond and corporate loan markets continue to be hammered by nervous investors, funds like OXLC and ECC have seen their NAVs drop even more. This is a natural result of their leverage, but essentially is irrelevant to their ability to generate cash flow and make their dividend payments. These are tough vehicles for some retail investors to understand and appreciate, but offer impressive income potential to those willing to make the effort. As the... Read more

Top 10 BDC Dividend Dogs Average 39% Upsides And 50% Net Gains As Of October 19, 2016

Summary Analysts estimated 10 top BDC stocks showed price upsides averaging 39.2%, with net gains averaging 50.45% as of October 19, 2016, per 1-year target price projections. 30 BDC firms showed upsides averaging 25.08% and net gains averaging 31.67%. Conclusions: Six top gainers were also in the top ten by yield; top 10 upsides ranged from 28.21% to 57.72%, net gains from 37.69% to 68.28%. Analysts forecast those 1-year net gains for TPVG, MCC, CORR, HRZN, OXLC, AINV, TCAP,... Read more

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