iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred

XPF-T

Analysis and Opinions about XPF-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 2, 2016

A year ago all the rate reset preferrds got set lower down. He is not a big fan of this although he has a bit.

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A year ago all the rate reset preferrds got set lower down. He is not a big fan of this although he has a bit.

COMMENT
COMMENT
July 20, 2015

Half is exposed to US preferreds. In the US, preferreds trade more like bonds because most don’t have reset provisions. Interest rates are rising in the US and falling in Canada so that is not good for this ETF. He likes this one because you get the mix. Protection from rising rates in Canada and falling rates in the US. It is currency hedged.

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Half is exposed to US preferreds. In the US, preferreds trade more like bonds because most don’t have reset provisions. Interest rates are rising in the US and falling in Canada so that is not good for this ETF. He likes this one because you get the mix. Protection from rising rates in Canada and falling rates in the US. It is currency hedged.

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COMMENT
June 29, 2015

How will this react in a rising interest rate environment? Preferred shares act like bonds, so in a rising interest rate environment, the value of the preferreds will go down. This one is hedged to the Cdn$ which is why your performance is probably down because you have a big bang in the US$ and you haven’t taken advantage of that. However, iShares has changed the way they manage this, to the point where they got a little bit more flexibility in the types of preferreds they hold. They are able to hold and buy reset preferreds. If you own resets in a higher interest rate environment, in theory it shouldn’t be as volatile.

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How will this react in a rising interest rate environment? Preferred shares act like bonds, so in a rising interest rate environment, the value of the preferreds will go down. This one is hedged to the Cdn$ which is why your performance is probably down because you have a big bang in the US$ and you haven’t taken advantage of that. However, iShares has changed the way they manage this, to the point where they got a little bit more flexibility in the types of preferreds they hold. They are able to hold and buy reset preferreds. If you own resets in a higher interest rate environment, in theory it shouldn’t be as volatile.

BUY
BUY
November 10, 2014

Preferred shares can be a replacement for a bond. However they are at the bottom of the debt structure. You want them in your taxable account rather than sheltered account. The ETFs had got too big and liquidity is a problem for them. You could be better buying the preferreds on your own.

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Preferred shares can be a replacement for a bond. However they are at the bottom of the debt structure. You want them in your taxable account rather than sheltered account. The ETFs had got too big and liquidity is a problem for them. You could be better buying the preferreds on your own.

BUY
BUY
October 28, 2014

A lot of interesting things have happened in the preferred share market in Canada and the US. Composition has been changing, and there has been more inventory to choose from. He prefers Horizons Active Preferred (HPR-T). He is just there to collect a reasonable dividend and not looking for any major growth. This one is fine and has the US side as well.

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A lot of interesting things have happened in the preferred share market in Canada and the US. Composition has been changing, and there has been more inventory to choose from. He prefers Horizons Active Preferred (HPR-T). He is just there to collect a reasonable dividend and not looking for any major growth. This one is fine and has the US side as well.

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COMMENT
December 13, 2013

The question on Preferreds really has to do with Perpetuals, in other words, how many Perpetuals are in the particular ETF. This one does have perpetuals and they are going to be battered by any rise in interest rates.

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The question on Preferreds really has to do with Perpetuals, in other words, how many Perpetuals are in the particular ETF. This one does have perpetuals and they are going to be battered by any rise in interest rates.

BUY
BUY
October 29, 2012

Basket of Canadian preferred stocks. But 50% of it is PFF-N

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Basket of Canadian preferred stocks. But 50% of it is PFF-N

WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
January 11, 2011
A new EFT, started last November. North American in scope. Good strong dividends, diversified market. Perpetuals are a different interest rate risk. He is not sure how they deal with the tax treatment of US preferds. A reset is a good way to protect against future interest rate hikes but you can’t control that with the ETF.
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A new EFT, started last November. North American in scope. Good strong dividends, diversified market. Perpetuals are a different interest rate risk. He is not sure how they deal with the tax treatment of US preferds. A reset is a good way to protect against future interest rate hikes but you can’t control that with the ETF.
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iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred(XPF-T) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

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iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred(XPF-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred stock symbol?

iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol XPF-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (XPF-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:XPF or XPF-T

Is iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred a buy or a sell?

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What is iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred stock price?

On 2020-10-19, iShares S&P/TSX N.A. Preferred (XPF-T) stock closed at a price of $16.25.