SPDR® Wells Fargo Preferred Stock ETF
Ex-Financial Preferreds’ Attractive Risk-to-Return Trade-Off
Financials (XLF) have a heavy concentration in preferred securities. Consequently, financials have a significant influence on returns.
Why Ex-Financial Preferreds Offer Competitive Yield Potential
Preferred securities are some of the few investment avenues that still have the potential to provide attractive yields to investors.
Why Preferred Securities Attract Investors
Preferred securities (PFXF) are some of the most popular investments around. They appeal to investors seeking higher yields in a world of falling and even negative interest rates.
Will AstraZeneca’s Corporate Developments Help?
In this part, we’ll look at some of AstraZeneca’s corporate developments. It entered into some collaborative agreements in 1Q16, including drug development and commercialization rights.
Why investors should be careful investing in preferred stock ETFs
A preferred stock is a type of hybrid security that has bond and stock-like characteristics. It pays regular dividends like a bond. However, it has perpetual existence like a stock.
Must-know: Growing preference for ETFs over mutual funds
The U.S. ETF market is huge. It also dominates overall ETF trading activity. The U.S. market share came close to 89%, or $14 trillion. It was up 7.7% since 2012.
Why some companies may “prefer” to issue preferred equity
Companies may prefer to raise money through preferred equity for a few reasons. One possible benefit to issuing preferred equity is to reach a new pocket of investors