Investing in Business Development Companies (BDCs) and other Niche Assets That Trade on Stock Exchanges


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We review the ten asset categories that trade on major stock exchanges, many of which are smaller niches in which individual investors have an edge over institutional investors.

How to invest in business development companies, a small segment of the markets that has returned 9% annualized with dividend yields of 8%.

Topics covered include:

  • How securities trading has changed and why are there so many trading platforms
  • Why do institutions still pay trading commissions
  • When did stock exchanges start and which are the largest
  • What are direct and indirect investment vehicles
  • What are the ten asset types that trade on stock exchanges
  • How to invest in business development companies (BDCs)

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Show Notes

New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)—Corporate Finance Institute

Off-Exchange Trading To Continue To Grow In US by Shanny Basar—Traders Magazine

How We Analyzed Wall Street Block Trades by Liz Hoffman, Corrie Driebusch, and Tom McGinty—The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Institutional Equity Trading Commissions Jump 25% to $8.9BN in 2021, According to Bloomberg Intelligence—Bloomberg

Largest stock exchange operators worldwide as of December 2021, by market capitalization of listed companies—Statista

Total Market Value of U.S. Stock Market—Siblis Research

ETFGI reports the ETFs industry in the United States ended 2021 with record high assets of US$7.21 trillion and record net inflows of US $919.78 billion—ETFGI

REIT Industry Financial Snapshot—Nareit

Mortgage REITs—Nareit

Closed-End Fund Assets and Net Issuance—Investment Company Institute

Investor Bulletin: American Depositary Receipts—U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

What is an ADR?—Stock Market MBA

Direct Lenders in the U.S. Middle Market by Tetiana Davydiuk, Tatyana Marchuk, and Samuel Rosen

Business Development Companies (BDCs)—Levin Law

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