BDC companies are very risky. They invest where banks don’t and lesson I’ve learned is to avoid it.
BDC don’t have as many rules and it just seems like although there is high reward there is Hugh risk and not as much information.
Business Development Companies (BDCs) are primarily small caps, but their dividends are anything but small. The industry offers investors double-digit dividend yields earned primarily by lending to, and investing in, companies that are too small for Wall Street. High yields come with high risks, however, and there is little public information about the investments that BDCs hold on their balance sheets. In this edition of Industry Focus: Financials, join The Motley Fool’s Gaby Lapera and Jordan
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* Published: 2016-10-17 12:30:00 PM
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