High dividend yields can be signs of deep-rooted trouble -- or of a turnaround story in the making. These generous dividends belong in the latter group.
News & Analysis: Medley Capital
Shareholders should take little comfort in Medley Capital's frequent Form 4 filings about insider purchases.
These companies pay beefy dividend yields that top 10%, but their recent earnings reports have shown signs of trouble.
Shareholders are dumping shares following a poor earnings report and a dividend cut.
A business-development company is only as good as its portfolio. Here's a look at Medley's portfolio.
Here's why fees are taking center stage as BDCs report earnings. A majority of a BDCs assets just pay the bills; shareholders get the scraps.
It's time for these management teams to start making decisions that are in the best interests of shareholders, not the executives.
Do larger business development companies have an advantage on smaller BDCs? Let's look at how scale can impact an important line-item -- expenses.
See why Medley Capital Corp and THL Credit Inc. may not be the best bets for a rising-rate environment.
Do these fallen angels deserve a second chance? You be the judge!