Preferred stock indexes just don't move this much, but the last few sessions' quick decline in...
Preferred stock indexes just don't move this much, but the last few sessions' quick decline in the Preferred Stock Index Fund (PFF -1.3%) has left it trading at a slight discount to NAV. Peter Tchir calls it "spiral risk," and it's there when illiquid underlying assets meet a "beta" vehicle meet a crowded trade (and a few more conditions). When does it end? Often after a capitulation day. The Financial Preferred ETF (PGF -1.2%) also takes a hit.
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