Topic Archives: Main Street Capital (MAIN)

Mark Skousen’s “I’ll Show You the Fastest (And Most Reliable) Way To Get Rich on Just ONE Investment!”

Today we take a gander at a pitch from Mark Skousen, who has been a newsletter guy for decades with his Forecasts & Strategies newsletter (he’s also an itinerant economics professor, and runs the big “freedomfest” conference in Las Vegas each year, among other things). And the headline of his latest “presentation” pretty well sums […]

What the heck is the “Super 7 Annuity” being pitched as an “Endless Income Plan?”

Retirees and those who are near retirement are desperate for income — bond yields are ridiculously low, not just for municipal bonds and Treasuries but for riskier corporate bonds, CD rates are too low to take seriously, even dividends are getting lower as more and more investors overpay for income… so the marketplace is ripe […]

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    Skousen proved it to be true. The proof is in the pudding. MAIN is an awesome stock to own with 12 +2 dividend payouts ...

  • LongOnLife

    Travis, Your discussion IIPR got me to thinking about other similar business models and I have recently been thinking of...

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