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  1. Pimco Press Release Dec 19 2014


    Sat, 20 Dec 2014

    Strategy Fund PFL$0.1405$0.00$0.1405 PIMCO Income Strategy Fund II PFN$0.1548$0.00$0.1548 PIMCO Dynamic Income Fund PDI $1.8362$0.00$1.8362 PIMCO Dynamic Credit Income Fund PCI$0.5990$0.00$0.5990

  2. PIMCO Income Computations


    Fri, 19 Dec 2014

    specials for a few fuñds to see if my assumptions were correct about portfolio earnings yields: CEF. Port Earn% (at NAV). PDI . 12.63% PFN. 10.62% PCI. 10.62% PKO. 11.33%. (Large cap gain dist not counted) So....I'm still pretty

  3. PDI


    Tue, 16 Dec 2014

    I have seen some folks indicate that they recently purchased PDI for the special dividend. Have they announced one? If not, other than the fact they paid one last year, what causes people to believe it will happen this year?

  4. What's your List of Bonds?


    Fri, 12 Dec 2014

    DLFNX ( Multi) MWTRX ( Multi) PIMIX ( Leverage Multi) BNDX ( New Int'l Bond ETF from VG ) Sold my former GIM/TGEIX. PDI ( Global Bnd) EDV *(& Leveraged TMF ) for Bear Stock Markets And after Bonds take a Hit vs VBLTX * TYO/TMV ( For Shorting

  5. FYI: PAUIX is now at a YTD low


    Mon, 8 Dec 2014

    Selling out was definitely the right call as I replaced it with a combination of the more conventional multi-sector bond OEF FSICX and a big chunk of PDI . Will be interesting to see what the portfolio looks like in another 6 months. -JavaJoe

  6. Current Holdings -- December


    Sat, 6 Dec 2014

    initiated this position) (other recent changes in this category -- none) Multi-Sector Bonds ( 9% of total portfolio): PDI , PFN, PKO (added to recently), PCI (other recent changes in this category -- none) Munis ( 8% of total portfolio

  7. CEFS in allocation


    Thu, 4 Dec 2014

    you suggest as a safe upper limit for this type of debt within a bond allocation? As to closed-end bond funds such as PKO, PDI , and PCI, it seems to me that the fact that they are leveraged is a paramount consideration that an allocation should note

  8. CEF leverage


    Wed, 3 Dec 2014

    compared to most others in the taxable bond space. What is the reason most others do not approach the ~45% leverage seen in PCI/ PDI etc.? I can understand that the typical high yield fund might be cautious while the pimco funds have broader mandates and better

  9. PIMCO Taxable CEFs - change to investment policies


    Thu, 27 Nov 2014

    Income Strategy Fund (NYSE: PCN), PIMCO Dynamic Credit Income Fund (NYSE: PCI), PIMCO Dynamic Income Fund (NYSE: PDI ), PIMCO Global StocksPLUS & Income Fund (NYSE: PGP), PIMCO High Income Fund (NYSE: PHK), PIMCO Income Opportunity Fund

  10. Holdings for the Holidays


    Wed, 26 Nov 2014

    28% MIC 2.27% MFA 5.30% Stocks 13.49% BWG 2.77% DMO 3.12% FPF 7.11% GBAB 6.88% HPS 7.46% JPI 2.93% PDI 10.44% PFN 3.36% FI CEF 44.08% FBALX 3.18% FBMPX 3.21% FGBLX 3.18% FPACX 1.60% FPURX 1.58% FSHCX 3

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