If you have a comprehensive online broker, you might want to look at some of these "resets" now in the news.
At Fidelity, the pathway is Income> Bonds>Municipals>Resets.
They show the call schedules, when applicable, and that's the problem with this medium--otherwise distinguished by profitable outlier deals from time to time. You either make a life of it or have recourse to a manager.
thx phage. don't mind following these markets but the $1/bond commish at Fidelity makes 7 day rollovers too expensive. Maybe the 35 day callables are the place to be. Still, for every $100K turned over 10 times in a calandar year there would be $1,000 in commissions. To my knowledge, there are no price consessions for large Fidelity accounts in fixed income. Is there anyway around this, besides a full commission house?