For periods ending 6/30: PDI : NII = 91c - 6c swaps = 85/3 = 28.3c covers 19.1 dist. PCI: Qtr 55 + 5 = 60/3 = 20c covers 15.63 dist Half 96+12
risk scare drives the price lower. I bought this in December so I have a nice gain. Not my usual style to cut and run but could make sense here. I would probably put the funds into DMO/ PDI /BWG. Anyone else thinking of selling out now?
course, this isn't complete by any means. Comments/criticism welcome. LARGE MID-2013 DROP (fully recovered since): PDI JRI LARGE MID-2013 DROP (partially recovered since): TWO KTF LINE RQI BWG PCI MORT NEV MMU JPI BTZ DRP LDP PCEF NQP PFO
On Today's Tables: Insider trades were rated Significant at : Republic Services (NYSE: RSG ); Pimco Dyn Inc Fd (NYSE: PDI ), and; Opko Health (NYSE: OPK ). Insider trades were rated Nearly Significant at: Oncomed Pharm (NASDAQ: OMED ); Inovio
NONE (!) Hi Yield: HIO EM Debt: EDD Preferreds: NONE (!) Convertibles: NCV CHY Multi-Sector Fixed Inc: AWF BTZ PCI PDI Asset Alloc: CSQ Option Strat: NFJ EOI EOS Reit: RQI IGR Equity Tax Advan: ETG EVT GDV Most preferreds ML lists are rated
PDI (NASDAQ: PDII ): Q2 EPS of -$0.17 misses by $0.05 . Revenue of $31.6M (-15.1% Y/Y) misses by $3.97M . Shares -3.2% . Press Release Post your comment!
Fund’s equity portfolio owns healthcare stocks such as Teva Pharmaceuticals (TEVA), Novartis (NVS), and PDI Inc. ( PDII ) due in part to our view that healthcare will continue to grow faster than other sectors of the global economy
like to hear other folks views. Am I too rigid here? Could it be reasonable to choose say a good RMBS reit like NLY over a PDI , DMO...? I mean for resonable retail investors - not active traders. across a range of factors - fees, transparency
By Left Banker : It's a bit like watching a car accident: You're horrified, but can't look away. What 's that, you ask? Well, in this case it's the wrenching declines suffered by PIMCO High Income Fund (NYSE: PHK ) over the past week. Only a week ago, on 30 July, PHK closed at a head-shaking 59% ...
their DRIP which issues shares at NAV for reinv. looks like more than a few FI CEFs have a bit of selling pressure.. PFL PFN PDI .. etc. DSL had my blinders on.. not really a big deal when you take other CEFs into consideration. Libor was actually down