Capital Southwest BDC: Generate Sustainable 10.3% Passive Income

Jul. 14, 2022 7:06 AM ETCapital Southwest (CSWC)30 Comments
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  • Capital Southwest is a well-run business development company with a long history in the credit industry.
  • The portfolio is weighted towards highly secured debt investments.
  • Stock has traded at a large premium to net asset value.

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At present prices, Capital Southwest Corporation (NASDAQ:CSWC) is a well-managed and conservatively maintained business development corporation that generates more than 10% yearly dividend income.

With a recession looming, business development businesses with a first lien emphasis could beat the market

Capital Southwest - Heavily Weighted First Lien Portfolio

Heavily Weighted First Lien Portfolio (Capital Southwest Corp)

Capital Southwest - Investment Portfolio By Industry

Investment Portfolio By Industry (Capital Southwest Corp)

Capital Southwest Key Financial Metrics

Key Financial Metrics (Capital Southwest Corp)

Capital Southwest Dividend Per Share

Dividend Per Share (Capital Southwest Corp)

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