is anyone else holding XCJ (Xcel subordinated debt with 7-8% yield) as a pure yield instrument? pays 47.5 cents every quarter. seems an excellent play, buying in low $25 area (on/about ex-div date) then riding her up toward $26+ and collecting the dividend. anyone think XCJ will get called at par value of $25? that seems to be the only risk (an unlikely one) and, as a $$ manager, I like to park some assets on the conservative side of the see saw. XCJ seems idea for this purpose. any feedback appreciated here, thanks.