Golub Capital is an externally-managed BDC that’s been publicly traded since 2010. At present, it has a $5.6 billion investment portfolio that’s well-diversified across 328 investments in 40 different industries.
High yielding stocks are attractive for retirees for obvious reasons, but I don’t think they should be limited to just seniors. A common refrain for young working adults is to invest in growth stocks, because they have a longer investment window. However, what happens when growth stocks that were way overvalued precipitously fall?