Goldman Sachs Wants In on This Billion-Dollar Business

Goldman Sachs has filed paperwork to found a business development company, which will be called Goldman Sachs Liberty Harbor Capital. Companies in this space such as Prospect Capital and American Capital are known for high dividend yields, though American Capital's dividend was suspended during the financial crisis. This leaves investors asking, should I buy Goldman Sachs Liberty Harbor Capital the moment I have a chance? In this video, Motley Fool financial analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss what a business development company is, why it could be appealing, and whether or not they're buying. 

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