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  • len8978 len8978 Dec 13, 2012 1:00 PM Flag

    Now I am confused!

    My understanding is that a Cap Gains of $0.88 has been deducted from the NAV and will be paid in cash on Dec. 18. Adding that value to the current price of BOND indicates that a loss of about $0.50 in price also occurred over the past couple of days. If I'm wrong please post a correction.

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    • You are right on the .88. I found it on the PIMCO website, on the main ETF page. I'm still puzzled on the drop because it is hard to make them match up to the .88.

      I just realized a few days ago that BOND does not automatically reinvest dividends and I guess the same applies to the cap gains.

      Sentiment: Buy

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