Why would you want to gamble on this company when you could invest in CEF's in the energy industry? Try the Tortoise Family of CEF's i.e. TPZ, TYG etc. or KYN. Do your own DD, but these CEF's are like mutual funds of the energy industry. They have MANY viable Pipe Line Companies within their funds. Unfortunately, we're invested in KMI right now and have taken a beating with that one company. Good luck.
Instead of buying PSEC, CPTA or HRZN, you may want to look into TPZ (pays monthly since 2009) and it's a CEF made up of MANY MLP's and bonds of energy related entities. Do your own DD, but I'd stay away from individual stocks after the LINN/LNCO fiasco. It pays 1.65 annually and 13 cents monthly. As is usual, yahoo has the dividend wrong so pay no attention to yahoo's dividend report. It's NOT .85 cents, it's 1.65. GLTA.
We made a bunch of $ on LINN several years back. When LNCO begain paying monthly dividends back in 2013 we looked at it at 40.00/sh. We considered investing 80k for 2000 shares but backed off. We're into monthly divys and have invested substantially in TPZ. Thank God we backed off on the 80k for LNCO. What a kick in the head that would have been to our future. Never again will we invest in a single company stock.
Several years ago (2012, I believe,) our daughter talked me into going to Sears to purchase a side by side frig. Good God, we thought we were in a typical used car lot with the typical used car sales pros titute. "Buy it today and we'll knock off an extra 5%" Open up a Sear credit card and another 3% off and we'll deliver it by tomorrow." Needless to say we got the hell out of there, went to HD and bot a refrigerator that day. Haven't been back to a Sears store since to buy anything. All the Sears management had to do is emulate WMT or HD IMO, but, no, they had to act like the fools they are.