Just Google it. Then go to Russell 3000 additions / deletions. Most BDCs are listed under deletions. List will be updated again next Friday after the close.
Kel...............not a PSEC holder....holding FSC and TICC
Just Google that..........then go to additions / deletions. Most or all BDCs are listed under deletions. This is a PRELIMINARY list that will be updated again the next 2 Fridays after the close.
All this might already be factored into BDC pricing through compensating short positions, options, and other forms of hedging. I can't fathom that large holders would just sit on their hands and allow their head to be handed to them on a given date.
Just my opinion...........................Kel
I held ISRG when it was still a developing company back in 2003. As they were on the cusp of turning profitable they did a 1-2 reverse split that took the stock from ~$6 to about $12. This allowed them to show better profit (in cents per share) immediately rather than wallow in an area of a few cents per share profit for a few years.
ISRG went on to hit $100 in a little over 2 years, has since crossed over $500, and hasn't ever split the stock again (now in the $396 area). They now have about 38.4 million shares outstanding.
With AVNR's large share count of 150 million +, when they do turn profitable, it'll only be a few cents a share and will be subject to "rounding and part cent" errors for quite awhile. I think a mild R / S would not be an evil thing in the near future as AVNR approaches profitability.
Of course, this would all be a moot point if we get bought out anytime soon.
I am a long term holder of AVNR (since N approval) and not a shorter as some will accuse me of.
Haven't been here in several months. Looks like a good bottom forming. Multiple bottoms above 1.00. Even though the ATM was approved last month, it appears they have a more than adequate cash position ($40mil +) to last many quarters. Cash burn around $4 mil per 1/4.
In my regular account I just hold it. Have held it continuously since January of 2013. I like the ROC, which was about 75% of the distribution in 2013. The yield is fairly typical for a CEF that holds MLPs, except for some that are 2 X leveraged somewhat like BDCL.
As a CEF they do use leverage in the 25% area. The call options they write probably make it a little safer than other CEFs that just go long the MLP group.
I also hold CEN and NML that hold MLPs and pay monthly in my regular account.
Bought FEI near the close. It's a CEF that holds MLPs and writes call options on about 35% of the portfolio. Trading about $1.70 below its NAV (symbol XFEIX). Core holding in my regular account. Pays monthly with a 6.47% yield (raised twice in the last year).
Offshore is 100% correct. I'm thinking about buying some near this 9.47 level. Is .31 below NAV.
Also holding FSC which went x-div today too.
Worst in my lifetime too and I've been around since Harry S Truman.
Just bought some GOOG today, first time ever. Will likely be LT hold.
Great job. I was in MU very early (under $10), but also left way too early (around $12).
I did buy some ONNN (chip stock) today (June 11)@ 9.05. Nice EPS estimated growth with .80 average EPS estimate for '14 and .97 for 2015.
Sold TZA again @ 15.21.. Was in at 14.86. Two profits in two days. Will lay low awhile on the shorts. Looking at PSEC around 10.27. Missed the 'big' move.
Bought some FSC today @ 9.40.......had sold my position yesterday @ 9.48. TZA doing well. Got out of it yesterday and then back in at a lower price.
Looking at ONNN.........a semiconductor stock.
Forecasts say loss this year of about $25 million. How's that going to work? Only a few mil of cash on hand. Doesn't add up.
Kel............a former holder
TZA....in Monday @ 14.68........sold today @ 15.04..........just got back in @ 14.86. Market closes in 15 minutes.
Much cash on hand, about 86%.
Not a bad buy at this price. Yield of almost 10% and paid monthly. Some risk that it will likely decline if the market falls, although probably to a lesser extent due to call writing program.
Have held / traded EXG and others in this "family" many times......EXG, ETY, EOS, EOI, ETJ, ETW, ETV.
My ex girlfriend has held 2000 ETW for 6 years. Paid about 17.25 for it and it's now around 12.80~. But, she has collected about $ 8.55 per share in distributions, much of which has been ROC (return of capital), which helped her greatly, as she still has a pile of loss carryovers from a $60,000 one day loss in 2010.
Matched the low from 2012's 3rd quarter. The high for the following 1/4 was $1.60. Just got the annual report today.
The range of 1/4ly lows to the following 1/4's high was from .19 - $1.20.