I did. I added several stocks to my portfolio.
1) XRX. The company says they are going to use 75% free cash flow to buy back stocks over the next few years. At current prices they could quite possibly cut outstanding shares in half. Also ACS purchase really is adding to the bottom line. Plus it pays enough of a dividend to at least make it comparable to bank rates.
2) PSEC. Pays a monthly dividend of 10 cents a share. Great yield, no indication that it isn't sustainable.
3) BBEP. Same thing as PSEC, pays a nice distribution and is in the oil/gas business.
4) SDRL. I love this company. There is no glut of quality rigs. It pays a great and growing distribution. It has one of the youngest rig fleets out there and it keeps growing.
I am hiding in yield during this correction. I don't know if recession is nearby, but a lot of the old bears are coming out, which makes me feel better. I did say oil would be in the $90 even $80 range by August, months ago. And it is which I don't mind since that is a price that still generates nice profits for the energy industry and doesn't wreak havoc on the underlying economy. Some think it might collapse altogether but I don't buy it. The fact that we have to drill deeper and deeper on the continental shelf is telling, the stuff is harder to find.