About The Preferred Stock Channel Premium Newsletter
With preferred stocks ranking above the common in a company's capital structure, these
instruments are a staple of income focused investors. Our premium newsletter serves
this group of investors.
As a subscriber to the Preferred Stock Channel Premium Newsletter, you will
receive the following:
- Average yield and premium/discount across our coverage universe —
Is it a good time to buy preferreds generally, or are they expensive? Keeping track of the
average yield of our full coverage universe is one way to gauge whether there is a sale going
on in the market for preferreds as a group. We also present the average premium/discount to par.
- New preferred offerings —
Keep abreast of newly offered preferred stocks. Many companies may choose to issue preferred stock,
and these new issues can often present opportunity for investors. We help you keep up to date with
these new offerings.
- Common dividend raisers —
Because preferred stock sits above the common stockholder in a company's capital structure, finding
companies that have a history of raising their common dividend can be a sign of financial strength. Many
preferred investors view a high and increasing common dividend as an extra "cushion" that would need to be reduced
before the preferred is in any danger. With this screen, we look for the preferred stock of companies
with just such a history of common dividend increases.
- Insider buying of common stock —
Preferred stock investors can look at the common stock underneath as a "cushion," and in this way, the health of
the common stock is an important consideration. When company insiders are making open market purchases, that
can often be a sign of confidence that they believe the business is doing well and/or the common stock is undervalued.
With this screen, we look for the preferred stock of companies seeing insiders buying the common.
- Monthly paying preferreds —
The frequency with which a preferred stock pays its dividends can be of key importance to income-seekers looking to
match the frequency of their income with the frequency of their expenses. Expenses like rent or mortgage payments, and
utilities, are often billed on a monthly basis. There are many preferred stocks that pay their dividends on a monthly
basis as well. With this screen, we look for such monthly payers, offering high dividends paid monthly.
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Sample Report: April 20, 2016
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