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Yield in the spreadsheet below is based on the Q3-18 'regular' dividend. Spreadsheet header abbreviations: Div = dividend; EPS = earnings per share; LTM = last twelve months; NAV = Net Asset Value; PWAY = Portfolio Weighted Average Yield (or the yield on the investments that they own); YTD = year to date. The dividend to EPS ratio is a measure of dividend safety. Due to calendar and fiscal years failing to overlap, I also include a dividend to the sum of the last four quarters of NII - in the Div/NIIltm column. After the Price/NAV ratio, the next column displays the percent change in price, price plus dividends, consensus analysts earnings projections and price target YTD. For the last four columns - the first measures the percentage change in the Q3-18 dividend from the Q3-17 dividend; the change in NAV between Q1-18 and Q1-17; the percentage change in the Q3-18 dividend from the Q3-15 dividend; the change in NAV between Q1-18 and Q1-15 and the change in NII from actual 2015 to projected 2018. Special dividends (paid by CGBD, GBDC, MAIN + TSLX) are not included in this data.
|The 10 Treasury began 2018 at 2.405% and sector average yield on Q4 dividends began 2018 at 10.27% - the spread was 786 bps.|
|With the 10 Treasury at 2.94% and sector average yield on Q2 dividends at 9.73% - the spread is 679 bps.|
|The cap weighted ETN BDCS has a price change of 0.14% year to date - with dividends its total return is 4.35%.|
|The SPY or S&P 500 EFT is 7.77% year to date. - and with unreinvested dividends is 8.65% year to date.|
ACSF and TCAP have now been deleted from the coverage universe.
The Price/NII stats - with projections gathered from Yahoo Finance on 9/9/18.