The ranks of the "old guard," high-dividend preferred stocks are thinning, and some Wall Street brokers are beginning to …
And shares of preferred stock, like bonds, are sometimes callable, meaning that the corporation has the right to buy back those shares at a set price any time it chooses. The voting rights that holders of common stock enjoy are generally of …
Choose a preferred stock that is not callable in the near future and is trading over par. So if Joe’s Donuts Preferred A stock was issued at $25, and it’s trading at $27, and is callable in January 2013, you better be careful or you’ll have …
If the shares are not cumulative, the company does not have the obligation to pay missed dividends. Preferred stock may be callable, which means the company has the right to purchase the shares from the shareholder at a certain price at …
(Bloomberg) -- Call it the curious case of South Korea’s callable bonds. Investors in Asia’s No. 4 ... said last month that investors lulled by rising stock prices have been adding risk that may come back to burn them. And Ian Lyngen, head …
Jones & Co., among others. Last month, Edward Jones agreed to a censure and $200,000 fine by the New York Stock Exchange over allegations that the brokerage failed to adequately supervise callable CD sales. The firm did not admit …
A few of you have told me I did a disservice to readers by failing to discuss callable certificates of deposit ... Equity-linked CDs pay rates based on (which doesn't mean the same as) stock market gains. Because details can vary widely, my …