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Hi Hildy
Actually the stock in question is GLAD (Gladstone Capital)which I've been holding for about 18 months now. It's been paying dividends at an effective yield of 8% based on my share purchase price. The brokerage lending program would pay me at a rate of 3%(annual)of the average share price in addition to payment of the full amount the dividend. All in all the program looks pretty good so I'll likely give it a go.
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