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Popular Posts: Top 10 Dow Dividend Stocks for May2 Solid BDCs to Buy Today2 Best High Dividend Funds to Buy Now – NFJ and CHW Recent Posts: Buy These Solid BDCs ASAP 2 Solid BDCs to Buy Today Trade of the Day: Nokia (NOK) View All Posts Buy These Solid BDCs ASAP Consideringhow difficult the lending environment is for mid-size private companies, it only makes sense to take a hard look at the business development companies (BDCs). It’s been a catch 22 for the banks. They are awash in cash, but after getting shell shocked by the recession they aren’t willing to put that cash in the system in the form of new small-business loans as the Fed had intended under its current policy. Hot High Dividend Stocks To Invest In 2015: Amanasu Techno Holdings Corp (ANSU) Amanasu Techno Holdings Corporation, incorporated on December 1, 1997, is a development-stage company. … Continue reading

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Atlantic Power (NYSE: AT  ) shares have sunk 60% in 2013, leaving many investors wondering whether the utility’s earnings will ever float back. With Q1 earnings scheduled for Thursday morning, investors need to know the answer to a very important question: Is Atlantic Power stock undervalued? I examined the utility’s fundamentals and valuation in previous articles now let’s see how if Atlantic’s business model and strategy can set it up for success. “Accretive acquisitions”Straight from the horse’s mouth, Atlantic aims to “increase the value of the company through accretive acquisitions in North American markets while generating stable, contracted cash flows from our existing assets.” Since the utility’s 2004 Canadian incorporation and 2010 NYSE IPO, Atlantic has been busy acquiring… and acquiring… and acquiring. Its current generation capacity clocks in at 2,117 MW, and the utility added 450 additional MW in 2012 alone. Most recently, the company has ramped up its renewables … Continue reading

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Veeva Systems Inc., a California-based company that makes cloud software solutions for the life sciences industry, has filed an amended Form S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering (IPO) of 13 million Class A shares priced between $12 and $14 a share. Selling stockholders are offering 3.33 million shares and the rest are being offered by the company. The underwriters have an overallotment option on an additional 1.96 million shares. The company has two classes of common stock that are priced equally, but Class B shares are entitled to 10 votes each while Class A shares are entitled to one vote per share. After the offering, holders of Class B shares will hold about 98.5% of the voting power of outstanding shares, and the companys officers, directors and their affiliates will hold about 74% of the voting power in the company. Veeva plans to use … Continue reading

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For those seeking the biggest, most stable stocks in the market, the Dow Jones Industrials (DJINDICES: ^DJI  ) includes the leaders of many different industries. But you’ll also find a wide range of companies that avoid specializing in particular areas, instead aggregating businesses from different industries in an attempt to create broadly diversified holding companies. Conglomerates in the Dow are particularly interesting because they provide a window into what diversified businesses see as their best profit opportunities. Let’s look at how the Dow’s conglomerates have fared so far in 2013 and what their prospects are for the rest of the year and beyond. Dow conglomerates total return price data by YCharts. Conglomerate stocks have performed quite well recently, with all three of these companies having outpaced the Dow’s overall return. But a big part of the reason has to do with the pace at which many conglomerates are straying from their … Continue reading

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The following video is from Thursday’sDigging for Value,in which host Alison Southwick, Motley Fool analyst Joel South, and Fool contributor Tyler Crowe dive deep into the top stories for today’s energy sector investors.The twice-weekly show can be viewed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It can also be found on Twitter, along with our extended coverage of the energy and materials sectors:@TMFEnergy. U.S. energy policy has been shaped by one critical event that happened 40 years ago this week: the OPEC oil embargo of 1973. Since then, the United States has embarked on an ambitious goal of drilling for our own oil and gas, as well as diversifying our energy portfolio. In this segment, Joel discusses why the shift away from OPEC domination could be a major opportunity for companies like Schlumberger (NYSE: SLB  ) and Kinder Morgan (NYSE: KMI  ) as well as whether OPEC is still the force it once was. Americas … Continue reading