3...DBLTX -0.7%.... TTRZX -1.5%...PTTRX -1.8% ...TGLNX -0.7% see chart VWINX -0.2... PGDIX -1.4...PAUIX -2.7% ...TGEIX -1.8% ... AGDIX +0.3. ... see chart A diversified heavy bond portfolio
investigations into this and that. The lineup is ... HDPSX 5.00% MAPIX 5.00 PXTIX 24.99 PIMIX 30.00 PETPX 5.00 SPLV 5.00 PGDIX 5.00 P RHSX 10.00 TIBIX 5.00 WHGIX 5.00 No matter what you think of it as a portfolio, however, it's almost impossible
PAUPX, PIXPX & MLPDX (not an OEF, but a class C corp that behaves like an OEF-holds only MLPs). We're also monitoring PGDIX & BIBDX. *all OEF's (exc EEIIX) are in the Ira's & have been on D.R.I.P. for mostly several yrs.
institutional shares of these funds. I know you guys can give me the answer quicker than I can search through the threads. BTW, if you have any other suggestions besides the funds I've mentioned, feel free. Thanks! lb TIBIX CPXAX PGDIX JNBSX
at a reasonable minimum and load-waived." In a similar vein, posters also discussed Principal Global Diversified Income PGDIX , a conservative-allocation fund with an income focus. With an SEC yield of nearly 5%, the fund's appeal is easy to see
Hi all: I wonder if anyone knows of an OEF that is trully comparable in investment strategy(ies), asset classes and yield to PGDIX ? I have been looking for one but with no success so far. Your comments are much appreciated. Hector