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The rapid growth of private equity and credit has been a persistent theme over the past two decades. BDC growth accelerated after the Global Financial Crisis as middle-market bank lending was constrained by subsequent legislative and regulatory responses to that event.
Years of depressed interest rates on government bonds are sending income investors scrambling, with many embracing alternative sources of yield, including business development companies (BDCs). Known for high yields, BDCs make loans to small and medium enterprises, many of which carry junk credit ratings.
With interest rates still low, an assortment of traditional income-generating assets just aren't getting the job done for many income investors. That puts alternative assets in the spotlight, including business development companies (BDCs).
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Investors looking for alternative asset classes with eye-catching yields may want to consider business development companies (BDCs), which are accessible in exchange traded funds like the VanEck Vectors BDC Income ETF (NYSEArca: BIZD). BIZD gets down to business by seeking to replicate as closely as possible, before fees and expenses, the price and yield performance [.
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