Western Asset Global High Income Fund (EHI) - NYSE
  • CrissWang | Send Message 18 May

    $GFD is going to merge with and into $EHI. Any thought on this?
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    • CrissWang | Send Message 26 May
      : Sorry. should be $GDF
    • bobzic | Send Message 31 May
      : Because $GDF is too small.
      • CrissWang | Send Message 22 Apr

        $EHI: initiated a position @9.25. 12% discount. NAV has been rising in past 2 months. 12.5% yield. Long history of stable dividends.
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        • justcallmestupid | Send Message 22 Apr
          : followed u in. Bit high on fees though, most US bonds
          • 11146471 | Send Message 6 May 2015

            $EHI: Initiated a position at 11,20$. Natural hedge to USD plus a great 10%+ monthly dividend.
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              • Unknown1234 | Send Message 31 Dec 2014

                Bought $BGH at the close today. I think $HIX, $GHY, $BWG, $EHI should do better now as tax related selling subsides. Yield is good on all.
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                • mrmedusa | Send Message 31 Dec 2014
                  : Have $GHY, went with $EDF. All look pretty good.
                  • Betalyst | Send Message 9 Dec 2014

                    For Yield's Sake, Buy More Western Asset Global High Income Fund Shares $EHI http://seekingalpha.com/a/1monz
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                      • JGWright | Send Message 5 Aug 2014

                        Closed my $EHI position, purchased $CHD, $JNJ and $PG with proceeds.
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                          • Betalyst | Send Message 14 Jun 2014
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                              • JGWright | Send Message 3 Mar 2014

                                Current portfolio: $O, $MSFT, $KO, $MCD, $PG, $GE, $JNJ, $TGT, $BP, $PM, $ABBV, $EHI, $GILD, $HCP, $KMI, $PSEC
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                                • JGWright | Send Message 16 Mar 2014
                                  : Payout ratio on REITs is not what you look for. It's AFFO.
                                • bill75252 | Send Message 16 Mar 2014
                                  : U look 4 both. Someone agrees with me: short % > 14%.
                                  • Betalyst | Send Message 2 Jan 2014
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                                      • Betalyst | Send Message 2 Jan 2014
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                                          Company Description
                                          The Fund seeks to achieve high current income as it primary objective with total return as a secondary objective. It intends to achieve this by primarily investing in a global portfolio of below investment grade securities, emerging market debt securities
                                          Sector: Financial
                                          Industry: Closed-End Fund - Debt
                                          Country: United States