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  1. Stability of FI CEF NAVs?


    Thu, 21 May 2015

    There is more than enough heterogeneity in these things. How do folks view FI CEF NAVs, over the longer term? I really like PDI and DMO but neither one was around for the 2008/09 fun. I guess we could look at older ones like PTY, PFL...? They certainly



    Thu, 14 May 2015

    past I’ve usually stuck with PCI and PDI due to the significant discounts. However ..... are now competitive or cheaper than PCI/ PDI . 3) The baseline portfolios are more diversified than PCI/ PDI while having the same tactical slants now that

  3. Diversification between PDI , PCI, and PIMIX


    Tue, 12 May 2015

    Newsletter did a regression analysis of the weekly NAV of PCI and PDI and compared it to a benchmark plus other PIMCO funds. He came up with a coefficient of 0.65. Also, PDI and PCI reflect some of the same strategies used by PIMIX (managed

  4. PDI above avg volume


    Thu, 7 May 2015

    Or is this a normal thing on ex-div? I wonder if Billy G is selling a bit so he can push some money into the unconstrained fund.. Poor sod made the perfect call and was poorly positioned for just how correct he was (regarding bunds)

  5. HTR


    Wed, 6 May 2015

    Performance has been in-line with comparable mortgage focused funds like JLS, TSI, PMZIX -- uninspiring but stable lately ( PDI has more than mortgages going for it, and DMO seems to be in a different performance class entirely). I’m finding HTR

  6. Currrent CEF Holdings- May


    Fri, 1 May 2015

    By order of size in each category Taxable debt: PDI , PCI 2% of portfolio value Munis: PML, KTF, EIM, NEV, PMF, PMX 24% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR 16% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 27% debt, 75% equity -2% cash

  7. PDI : Welcome back


    Thu, 30 Apr 2015

    I re-entered PDI at the MACD crossup on 3/30 - since then it has risen about 3.4% and crossed through 3 resistance levels. Will it continue

  8. comparing pimco funds


    Wed, 29 Apr 2015

    ratio which is ~1.5% lower than PCI/ PDI . Assuming returns of 8%, and if one is ..... NAV performance, at fair value of PCI/ PDI should be discounted 8*1.5 = 12% below ..... One thing I’m missing is that PCI/ PDI is leveraged much more than PFN/PFL. However

  9. Income Portfolio Review


    Sun, 19 Apr 2015

    High Dividend 3.58% SDOG ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF 3.58% SPHD PowerShares S&P 500 High Dividend ETF 3.58% CEFs PDI PIMCO Dynamic Income 6.27% FFC Flah&Crum Pref Securities Income 4.48% Stocks: COP Conoco Phiilps 1.75% SO Southern

  10. Income portfolio review


    Sat, 18 Apr 2015

    Monthly 4.46% FFRHX Fidelity® Floating Rate High Income Monthly 4.46% HDV iShares Core High Dividend Quarterly 4.46% PDI PIMCO Dynamic Income Monthly 4.46% PONDX Pimco Income D Monthly 4.46% SDOG ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF Quarterly 4

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