You 'Cherry picked' a time period. I just clicked on a year. PSEC seldom has performed better than KCAP. Especially the longer time period you involve. I'm back in KCAP at $8.39 so let's rewind the clock.
Hope they're not. I want to add some more, in the wife's IRA. Bought at $1.45 on 8-7-13. Just sorta stumbled across this stock by accident. .08 drop on 9-13 is cause for concern and the right time to put in a limit order under that amount. (Just in case.)
They have a website and it says they distribute nationally to high end suppliers. Probably never see them in Walmart since, if Walmart can't beat you down to a price, they won't carry the item.
You're going to love not having a mortgage! We haven't paid a dime in interest since 2008 on anything! Stumbled across this stock when I had a few $$ laying in an investment account (taxable kind), and bought as much as I had the $$ for at $1.45. Just pure blind luck but it appears to be a good long term stock. Plan on adding more before ex-div date.
You still irritating these 'investors'? Ran the numbers on PSEC vs. KCAP for the past 12 months. With 10K invested in each.
PSEC was $12.04 and you got 830 shares, collected 1070.70 in dividends and the current share price is 11.45. A net ROI of 5.81%. The stock value fell to $11.45 a share.
KCAP was $8.72 and you got 1146 shares, collected 1237.68 in dividends. Share price a year later is $8.72. a ROI of 12.38%. The stock value was negative.
I did better. I sold KCAP a few months back and just bought back in. Still see no reason to own PSEC.