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17 comments

  1. PSEC might be risky but I will keep holding them..plus 8 dollars for a 8 cents monthly dividend isn’t bad. it’s awesome XD

  2. What is the difference between this and a CEF close end fund that is managed by a financial investment group. I’ve heard that these are sold on the stock exchange like stocks and operate in a way like an ETF. Lord crackhouse leader would you please let me know what you think about these and if they would be safe or not. I am currently invested heavily into a stock called GOF and it pays well and looks to be relatively stable. I would appreciate a response and if you could make a video about best monthly CEF stocks too that would be awesome. Well thanks guys.

  3. starman 092204 i’m a new investor I have no idea on how and where to research stocks most of the time I don’t understand what i’m even reading so he recommended them so I bought a few a couple shares in each but it’s no biggie.. I’ve been collecting my dividends… and i’m not saying anything bad about the guy I’ve made a few dollars on his recommendations 😬…..

  4. tom rugger he talks about alot of ETF’s and stocks and is very informative but it is always up to each individual to do their own homework and DD. I have gotten a few ideas from this channel and I like his content. TechCrackHouse is very entertaining and informative.

  5. Oroku Saki sorry about that. I’m a fan of the channel and I thought you were trying to attack. My apologies. There is alot of information that is on the internet for free so that’s good. Is there a specific type of investing that you want to do? For example, I swing trade mostly stocks and have done some dividend captures. I highly recommend learning about charts and how to read and understand them.

  6. starman 092204 I would never attack the channel i’m a religious techcrack house dweller.. i’m more of a buy and hold type.

  7. PSEC was recommended a while ago from a few robin hood broadcasters and was popular among investors until the stock was downgraded a month ago and went down a bit. I guess the situation changed.

  8. high yield CEF’s are generally risky but has monthy income. if you look into the high yield CEF’S portfolios you could see a lot of CMOs which is similar to CDOs which was a problem in 2008 (sub prime mortgages). but the heck what isn’t risky lol. I also invest in CEFs. You should really invest at you own risk 🙂 I wouldn’t put too much into one CEF though.

  9. I’m currently in this as a temporary dividend investment. Like yourself, I’m in for 100 shares at $8 but I set a stop-loss of 7.50 just in case. I’m under No Illusion that this is a healthy long-term investment.

  10. Jeff M , yep. If you use Robinhood dividends will be deposited into your cash-on-hand area/account

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