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foxhsmart 3 posts  |  Last Activity: May 29, 2016 1:45 PM Member since: Oct 11, 2005
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  • foxhsmart foxhsmart May 29, 2016 1:45 PM Flag


    When is it likely ARCC wlll be forced to either distribute as a one time dividend or boost their annual dividend their significant UTI and what amount per share does the UTI amount to and what would you guess a one time dividend might be or what boost to the annual dividend do you suspect we might see?

    Thanks for your input.

    Happy holiday!


  • foxhsmart foxhsmart May 27, 2016 11:31 PM Flag


    I'll need to dig into it myself if I'm going to even consider keeping the ARCC stub. But I'd say I'm highly unlikely to keep it.

    Just for Kicks and Yuks, where does Bock's Lunch rank ACAS out of those 22 BDC's?

    Or do they have a special subterranean quartile holding pen where only ACAS is allowed the shame of being shunned???

    One must always remember to keep one's sense of humor, especially given the propensity of Chief Malon and the other ACAS Indians who have been consistently on the hunt for shareholder's scalps!


  • foxhsmart foxhsmart May 27, 2016 11:46 AM Flag

    You see, NMB, that's why I love you! Even when we disagree we can still find a way to agree and everybody is happy!

    I like your proposition! Now, from your lips to Gods ears to our pocket books!

    A question for you: How do you think ARCC stacks up in terms of its quality and reputation as a company in the BDC sector relatice to peers and
    how long have they been in business(?), and, of critical importance--how have they weathered Past Recessions in terms of maintaining their dividend(?) and, further, how have they grown their dividend in the past decade or so(?).

    For anyone considering holdiING to deal close and receiving ARCC shares, THAT is critical analysis.

    Of concern is that we may encounter a recession at some point here and if ARCC has a habit of falling apart during recessions(?) it is important to factor that into one's thinking.

    As always, my best to you.