other recent changes in this category -- none) Munis ( 8% of total portfolio): KTF, MMU, MYD, BBK, NEV, BSD, BFK, PML (recent changes in this category -- none) Preferred ( 2% of total portfolio): JPI (sold a little), HPS (sold majority
Considering KTF and NEV, forum favorites. I have noticed KTF down 8 days in a row, and it is on my short list of possibles, thinking it may have a better relative value. Already own PML . Opinions on adding to Muni CEFs at this time? TIA, Rick
22 PFN. Mult. 9.10. 8.82 PCN. Mult. 8.38. 8.47 ESD. Gl/EM. 8.21 7.64 EHI. Gl/EM. 9.79. 8.10 PML . Muni. 6.60. 6.10 BFK. Muni. 6.44. 6.14 HIX. Junk. 9.53. 8.48 My conclusions: 1) CEFs may not end up tanking
discrepency in reporting: pko -.33 vs. market's -.14 pcn -.07 vs. market's +.04 pty -.11 vs. markets's +.02 pml -.04 vs. markets's +.03 I can't think of what is going on. Any ideas? The rest of my holdings match w/ the market
Oct 22 (Reuters) - Biogen Idec Inc said on Wednesday sales of its big-selling new multiple sclerosis drug Tecfidera fell short of Wall Street's lofty expectations, and the company confirmed a serious...
previous forecast of almost $3.2 billion in global sales of the drug this year. In addition, Biogen reported the first case of PML in a Tecfidera patient, who died after complications from pneumonia. We don't think this changes the risk profile of the
appreciate your thoughts: i own, (from largest to smallest) the following FI positions: DSU, PFN, PCI, EHI, PHT, PML (my only muni), PCN, PTY, BWG, HNW DSU was a position I inherited from a previous money manager. HNW I purchased back
Hi All, Its been a long time since we posted this. I think its time with the recent PIMCO turmoil. Request all to post their current CEF holdings. Here are mine: BWG DMO EHI GBAB GOF HNW HPI HPS JPI MXF NAC NCV PCI PCM PCN PCQ PDI PFL PFN PHT PKO PMF PML PMX PTY VKI
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