Principal Preferred Secs I JPY Hdg Acc diagnostics interface makes it easy to digest most current publicly released information about Principal Preferred as well as get updates on important government artifacts including earning estimates, SEC corporate filings and announcements. This module also helps to analysis Principal Preferred price relationship with some important fundamental indicators such as market cap and management efficiency.
Principal Preferred Note
The fund retains about 61.6% of assets under management (AUM) in fixed income securities. Principal Preferred Secs I JPY Hdg Acc last dividend was 13.28 per share. The Fund seeks to achieve its overall objective by investing primarily in a portfolio of US dollar denominated preferred securities and debt securities. Preferred securities for this purpose refer to securities with a claim to a company?s earnings before payment can be made on common stock, and which are usually entitled to priority over common stock if a company liquidates. At the time of the Fund?s investment, the majority of these securities will be rated as investment grade quality or better. In the event that such a security was subsequently downgraded to below investment grade, the Fund would not sell the security solely on the basis of the downgrade as rating agencies are lagging indicators, especially for the preferred securities market.
Principal Preferred Alerts
|Principal Preferred is not yet fully synchronised with the market data|
|Principal Preferred generates negative expected return over the last 30 days|
|The fund retains about 61.6% of its assets under management (AUM) in fixed income securities|
Principal Preferred Technical and Predictive Indicators
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