BMO US Preferred Share Index ETF

ZUP-T

Analysis and Opinions about ZUP-T

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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 30, 2019
(A Top Pick Sep 21/18, Up 11%) Pays a good 5% dividend yield. It stabilizes a portfolio and offers cash flow.
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(A Top Pick Sep 21/18, Up 11%) Pays a good 5% dividend yield. It stabilizes a portfolio and offers cash flow.
BUY
BUY
September 30, 2019
A monthly dividend-paying ETF for someone 60 years old. First, check with the provider if it pays monthly. ZUP might pay monthly. Maybe XVAL, too.
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A monthly dividend-paying ETF for someone 60 years old. First, check with the provider if it pays monthly. ZUP might pay monthly. Maybe XVAL, too.
BUY
BUY
June 12, 2019
Preferred shares? He's lost a lot in Canadian preferreds which are very volatile compared to American ones. They used to be fixed-rate here (they are in the US). Here, there are different resets, therefore are volatile. To buy US preferreds, look at ZUP-T.
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Preferred shares? He's lost a lot in Canadian preferreds which are very volatile compared to American ones. They used to be fixed-rate here (they are in the US). Here, there are different resets, therefore are volatile. To buy US preferreds, look at ZUP-T.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 21, 2018

When you sell stuff, where should you put it? This is the US preferred share market, unhedged. Almost 5% yield, close to a high-yield bond, without the credit risk. There is ZHP-T if you don’t want to take the currency risk. Defensive.

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When you sell stuff, where should you put it? This is the US preferred share market, unhedged. Almost 5% yield, close to a high-yield bond, without the credit risk. There is ZHP-T if you don’t want to take the currency risk. Defensive.

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