Why did PML drop nearly 3.8% today?
Hi folks, I am interested in collecting some muni CEFs and have noted some of the sharp investors here hold ones like PML and NEV. How do you view/get comfortable with the interest rate risk on these? They dont appear to be rate hedging like the
I don't see much difference between the description of these funds on pimco's website. T hey are all run by the same manager and have the same fund overview. However, they all have different distribution rates and CEF premiums. There seems to be a bit of a difference in NAV performance as well. ...
FWIW: tax advantaged: PML , NEV, KYN taxable: PFN, PFL, PKO, PDI, PCI, HPS, JPS, DFP, RCS, PCN, JPI, HNW, DMO, EHI. I am fully invested in
about 50-50 right now and have been comfortable with my bond funds (PONDX, LSBRX, TEGBX, FNMIX, EAFAX, SPHIX, KTF, PML ) and they have done well. I would likely sacrifice some yield but hopefully would gain some stability and presumably less need
Guess it's time for a new thread. In order of size of holding Taxable debt: PDI, PKO, EHI, BWG, DSU, PCI, EAD, VVR Muni: KTF, NEV, PML , PMF, EIM REIT: IGR, RQI, RNP Preferred: FFC, JPI General equity: HQH, HQL, UTF, ETG, BTO
Hi All, I need two (2) additional muni cef to complete my tax free allocation. I currently own BFK, KTF, MMU, NEV, PML , and VGM. All suggestions are appreciated. TIA. Fred
my next buys. HAV 0.00% HHY 0.00% HMH 11.58% HNW 3.31% HPI 9.29% PHT 6.78% PCI 11.03% PCM 11.67% PKO 12.22% RCS 10.12% BFK 1.70% MAV 1.82% MHI 1.85% MMU 2.05% MNP 1.83% PML 3.71% Cash 11.04%
1.3% -5.6% MVF Dec $0.057 $0.054 95.6% $9.41 7.2% 6.9% $0.09 0.9% -3.1% 2.4% -5.5% PML Nov $0.063 $0.063 101.3% $11.48 6.5% 6.6% $0.38 3.3% 2.2% 4.0% -1.8% PMF Oct $0.081 $0
FB DDD. "They might be good companies but they're overpriced." MERYL WHITMER: BUY WYN SPB ESL CSTM BILL GROSS BUY PDI PML (muni) UTG (utility income) and HYS (0-5 yr HY Corp bond). "Almost all assets are artificially priced (because