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PIMCO High Income Fund (PHK)


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  • Overall I think we will see upside for PHK in the short-term. Perhaps a pullback next day or so could occur I suppose but are yall also seeing a further leg higher? google awesome-STOCKS - they offer pretty good trade alerrts. you dont have to trade their tickers but it definetly helps you recognize possible patterns for stocks you're trading.
  • it🌱keeps🌱coming🌱back🌱to🌱the🌱giver. http://dataunion.tistory.com/12230

    PIMCO High Income Fund NYSE $PHK Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks Sep-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
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  • what is the saying, when interest rates go up, stocks go down?
  • I see that this conversation site is a waste of time, as in not current.
  • this fund will be back @ $9.50 in a month
  • Ok
    I bought CSQ at 10.18 about 2 months ago at a -7.8 discount, its priced at around 11.05 now.....hmmmm WOW
    I bought a CEF that is going up plus paying dividends! It's a CEF that holds financial equities.....sounds trump friendly.......
    My Money Works for me and makes me money.....pays me 9.75%

    Can still pick it up at a great discount
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  • P.S. Joseph, EVT has not distributed ROC since 05/02/2016, it pays monthly, annual of 7.91% and is also a CEF that contains equities that pay dividends
  • PIMCO High Income Fund has maintained a sky-high yield primarily by paying out an unsustainable distribution. In its fiscal 2016 year, the fund paid out $149 million in distributions despite earning just $94 million in net investment income, or operating income.
  • Dividends coming soon and possible dividend reinvestment pop over the following days after. 👍🏻
  • The price movement makes this a capital gains player. Always rebounds. Collect some nice dividends on the way. Sell on gain then buy on dips. Pretty consistent lately.
  • I have bif--in their report they stated why "return of capital" distribution vs distribution from "earnings" is irrelevant. For example-- If the fund had 100% invested in a stock like berkshire, and never sold, all of its distributions would be "return of capital" and yet over the past 30 years, it would have turned out to be a tremendous investment.
  • Capital gains climb might be starting back to the $9's.
  • So they lower the div. The stock is still trading at a 37% premium. Here's what you are getting with this CEF.
    Divs = $.0483
    Return of capital (your money back) = $.0324.
  • Fitch affirms 'AAA' preferred stock rating.
  • If your thinking of buying wait it's going to low 8's maybe mid 7's.
  • Good time to buy on the dip
  • No matter your views concerning PHK...the fund is resilient! PHK reminds me of the old slogan about the Timemax watch..."it can take a licking but will keep on ticking".
  • has phk ever increased div. after a decrease in div.
  • this fund still pays a healthy div% evwn after the cut for the price per share