76K shares @ $32.677 per share on 7/14.
By Left Banker : After a bit of a divergence into looking at leverage in detail and still more detail , it's time to continue this series on building a well-diversified, high-income portfolio of closed end funds that will generate something north of 7% for the retiree (or other income investor, of
t include so many investments of mine. Securities not included due to insufficient or inapplicable data: DHY , DODLX , MM, PCM , HYS , PCI , PDI , PIMIX , PKO , PFN , RCS Others find the same problem for those of us that pay for Premium?
cash to work. I am not sure which one is a better value here. PCI has higher yield and discount and good very recent NAV. PDI has lowere discount, yield but good UNII and potential for special end of year dividend.. Would appreciate ur thoughts
return portfolios hedged with swap overlays performed in ways likely unexpected by traditional FI investors. Since 6/30: PDI market price: (4.99%). NAV: +0.03% PCI market price: (1.55%). NAV: +0.04% PKO market price: (1.67
PKO, PDI , PCI, FFC
hedging like the taxable FI CEfs? They seem to have notably higher durations than some of the fav orite taxable FI CEFs like PCI, PDI , PKO.... Is anyone holding shorter duration muni CEFs? I would like to hear potential names. Thanks
bonds) RSIVX 4.5 (my best idea for cash replacement and beat OSTIX easily) NHMAX 12.9 (Muni HY) NSYAX 7.1 (HY) CEF PDI 20.4 (can't get better than that) My portfolio did well, I can't believe in just 6 months it's close to 8% with daily
Has anyone received any mysterious, unsolicited communications regarding PDI ? I did, and it's apparently about some "extremely important" "operating initiative" that requires a personal, telephone
were up just under 15% YTD, so locking some of that away wasn't an impediment to the trade. This trade is a bet on quack rather than reality." Could you give us a few examples of FI CEF, other than PDI , that are up almost 15% YTD? TIA