Bond SPHIX 4% Fid High Income GIM 4% Templeton Global Income SAMBX 4% RidgeWorth FR Income ..... to hold long term 3. I bought GIM because of its current discount ..... OSTIX and RSIVX 7. Other that GIM , which I had hoped to keep long
Franklin Templeton (NYSE: GIM ) declares $0.025/share monthly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 3.79% Payable Aug. 29; for shareholders of record Aug. 15; ex-div Aug. 13. Post your comment!
for the quarter ending May 31st reveals a $5.4mm unrealized loss related to $29mm notional of 'receive LIBOR/pay fixed' swaps most of which expire in 2041... oy vey!
It seems that GIM [unleveraged] has turned around. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s= GIM &p=D&yr=1&mn=6&dy=0&id=p47595324592
routinely recognizes NAV symbols. (Stockcharts.com recognizes a few, but only one that I care about). Being able to do math between symbols (e.g. calculate discount, such as XGIMX- GIM at a minimum) would be great. Any suggestions?
t worked as well in the emerging-markets. Pg 32: An interview with bond contrarian Michael Hasenstab [ TPINX, TGTRX, GIM ]. His funds have good long-term records but they can lag short-term, as this year. Bond volatility will go up as monetary
An interview with bond contrarian Michael Hasenstab [ TPINX, TGTRX, GIM ]. His funds have good long-term records but they can lag short-term, as this year. Bond volatility will go up as monetary
Smart Folks, I'm wondering about my medium size position on GIM . I started the position while de-risking (I thought) a while ..... during last summers bond scare along with several other FI CEFs. GIM is the the only one to not show a nice profit. I know I have
Hi all, I am looking to add another world CEF or two (in addition to EHI). I have read alot of discussion on this board about GIM , TEI, PCI, PDI and BWG. What do folks think of AWF? Any others that are recommended? Thanks in advance.
just cut its dividend from 3.5c to 2.5 c/share. the price reacted... didn't see it coming...still holding though. this pup was not in my portfolio for its yield, but rather for its fairly cheap and conservative EMB exposure.