I noticed that most of BOI’s assets are classified as Level 3, while peers like JLS, DMO, PDI has most classified as Level 2. Should any significance be attached to this?
By order of size in each category Taxable debt: PDI , PCI 2% of portfolio value Munis: PML, EIM, KTF, NEV, PMF, PMX, EIV 22% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR, PEO 16% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 25% debt, 75% equity 0% cash
05 4.1 Cons Allocation VWINX 0.1 0.7 9.6 6.2 BERIX 0.8 1.0 5.1 ? PGDIX 0.6 1.1 7.1 4.3 Global CEFs PDI -1.35 -2.05 11.6 3.85 Global (close to PIMIX) PML -2.5 5.0 15.4 11.1 ? Munis PKO 1.3 0.6 -1.1 3
WHG is selling some, but still holds a lot. Here's a summary . Apparently he does have to file Form 4 when he sells, even though no longer with Pimco. I had been wondering. Interesting that selling 50k shares of PDI on Jan 29 didn't affect the price much.
Based on Morningstar data the Pimco cefs; PCN, PKO, PTY, PDI and PFN have had the following changes in NAV for the past 3 ..... 4.10% PKO -9.56% -1.05% PTY -9.18% -6.95% PDI -8.51% -1.46% PFN -6.28% -1.74% Is there a reason
In each category, listed by size of holding: Taxable debt: PDI , PCI, PKO - 3% fportfolio value Munis: PML, EIM, KTF, NEV, PMF, PMX, EIV -24% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH
My pdi year end dividend has not yet been reinvested. Should it be, by now?
i understand that housing news have been positive; high yield spreads started to shrink; VIX is down significantly... this all caused NAV to stabilize... the price though - moved up relentlessly after 1/16. is there something else in play? (hint: brokerages rushing to reinvest a huge YE special) ...
Still holding PDI ? The regular monthly dividend along with the end of year 1.836 dividend hasn't seemed to hurt PDI .
Hi All, Most of the pimco CEF's ( PDI , PCN, PKO, PFL, PFN, PCI) have been on a downward trend for the past couple of weeks. They continue to go down on days where market goes up & down. Can someone think of any rationale behind this? Thanks guys.. Abhi..