From Seeking Alpha: Warning sounded over DoubleLine CEF • 12:41 PM The current 8.6% payout for the DoubleLine Opportunistic Credit Fund ( DBL -0.3% ) is at risk, says Wells
The current 8.6% payout for the DoubleLine Opportunistic Credit Fund ( DBL -0.3% ) is at risk, says Wells Fargo's Daniel Brown, who issued an "avoid" recommendation about a month ago (made publicly available today). The distribution coverage ratio of just 73% for the six months ending in March ...
is a medium large ($1.5bb) closed - end fund that invests in large-cap US equities ..... delivery business, and has been a CEF since 1929. (For the back-story ..... just didn't show up. Unlike most CEF 's, ADX is Complete Story »
off duration risk for more credit risk. Multi-sector bond CEFs also take on credit risk. The reason for my question is that ..... can decide whether or not to invest in a dedicated high yield CEF without knowing the current high yield exposure of one's portfolio
Can anyone point me to a list of closed - end funds that do issue K-1s? I know one of the major advantages of some CEFs (such as the MLP focused ones ..... construct an investable universe of CEFs for some screens and would rather
Does any product exist?
to take a look at the stock anyway. Business Capital Southwest is a publicly-traded BDC/investment company/ closed - end fund . The company maintains an extremely concentrated portfolio of very long-term investments in private companies
http://online.barrons.com/news/articles/SB50001424053111904255004580029253711810896 Usually formulaic article, interspersed with quotes from managers talking their books. But rather awesomely, someone recommends PSEC at the end.
choosing the different asset classes of the portfolio: REITs, mREITs, BDCs, MLPs, high-yield bonds and others (including CEFs ). This article details the H1 2014 performance of the BTDHY portfolio. Furthermore, the performance of the BTDHY is compared
hi are there any leveraged dividend aristocrat CEFs ?