I do not understand how people can give you 5 reasons why they sold a stock that they bought two days previously, paint a serious negative scenario and then say that if it goes back down by a point they will buy it back. This is not investing it is trading and all of the reasons to sell it make no sense.
Your comment is very interesting as with the relatively few shares that BKCC trades compared to some of the bank stocks that trade large numbers and have wild swings, you would not think BKCC would be a stock that "so called" DAY TRADERS would be interested in fooling with as they are not that easy to buy and sell quickly and a day trader could get stuck with having to hold something they thought they could flip. BKCC(you would assume most of the buyers would be long term investors interested in the dividend or probably someone who got it cheap intending to hold it for the DIV, but seeing a chance to sell it for a nice profit & not wait for a divdend) is not that easy to day trade like some some of your high volume stocks that have wild swings.(ie: HBAN, RF, STD, & other high volume volitle bank stocks or tech stocks)