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More top-performing CAPS members are feeling bullish about Apollo Investment
Business development company Apollo Investment blew away consensus expectations in its fiscal first quarter, earning 59 cents a share, while analysts were looking for 34 cents. The company also lowered its expenses and pleased CAPS members by raising its dividend. While rivals like American Capital
Similar to competitor Ares Capital
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