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
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
CEFs. Nice to see continued improvement in transparency. It was interesting to see at a glance the different MBS exposures of PDI , PKO, and PCI which sheds some light to me on the differences in behavior last year when there were gap-ups in NAV (Non-agcy
looking at some of my holdings, Morningstar shows institutional ownership ranges from a few popular ones in 20% range (PCI, PDI , DSL) to many in the 40% range (e.g. JLS, HYT, ACG), up to 65% (ERC). I’m wondering – what % of CEF assets
In order of size in each category. Taxable debt: PDI =1% of portfolio value Munis: PML, EIM, KTF, NEV, PMF, PMX =23% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR =17% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 24% debt, 78% equity, -2% cash
of rising interest rates, I would expect PDI to be better hedged than a levered bag of ..... reduced holding of PIMCO Dynamic Income CEF ( PDI ) in favor of more C&S Quality Income ..... first let me say I still have plenty of PDI , but it is my only remaining taxable debt
Currently have a position in PCI but watching PDI for entry. Anyone starting a position or adding to a current position after the recent drop or is this move part of a change in direction? TIA!
Can Morningstar's Portfolio X-Ray evaluate my holdings of PIMIX, PFORX, RNDLX, HYS, VWEAX, FFC, PCI, PDI and PKO adequately enough to be used as a guide?
Hi folks. I have some CEFs in my tax deferred accounts (mostly PCI, PDI ). Are there any "macro" CEFs that seem interesting? In particular, I'm short the Yen with YCS currently; it's had a
for FI portfolio management. Today's results (in cents): CEF Mxt Px NAV PFN - 3 + 1 PFL - 5 + 2 PCI - 9 + 6 PCN - 9 + 3 PDI - 29 + 12 PKO - 36 + 3 RCS - 12 0 It will be interesting to see if the benefits of hedging / derivative strategies persist