PIMCO Dynamic Income Fund (PDI) - NYSE
  • Sep. 2, 2015, 1:08 PM
    • The Pimco High Income Fund (PHK -8.6%) cuts its monthly distribution by just under two cents to $0.10346. With the fund trading at about a 33% premium to NAV as of the close yesterday, there's plenty of room for investors to show disappointment.
    • Look out below, warned SA's Value With A Catalyst in a particularly well-timed article in early April (PHK was then trading at a 65% premium to NAV). With a change in managers following Bill Gross' departure, the fund made a sizable reduction to leverage, and the author said a dividend cut would be a must. The fund is lower by about 30% since.
    • Two other Pimco CEFs hiked payouts this month, the Pimco Dynamic Income Fund (PDI -0.1%) boosted by a penny to $0.22, and the Pimco Dynamic Credit Income Fund (PCI +1.5%) by just under a penny to $0.164.
    | Sep. 2, 2015, 1:08 PM | 20 Comments
  • Sep. 26, 2014, 11:49 AM
    • Pimco's closed-end funds and ETFs are plunging in the wake of Bill Gross' exit to Janus: PHK -8.7%, PGP -8.5%, PTY -6.2%, PCN -4.2%, RCS -4.3%, PFL -3.6%, PFN -2.7%, PKO -2.5%, PDI -2.2%, PCI -1.4%, BOND -0.2%.
    • "A lot of people bought into Pimco because of Bill Gross, who was the face of the organization, and so they’re shooting first and asking questions later,” says Motley Fool Asset Management CIO Bill Mann. "Investing is a personal business, and the market is saying it trusted Bill Gross.”
    • Meanwhile, headlines indicate Dan Ivascyn, Pimco's (OTCQX:AZSEY, OTCPK:ALIZF) deputy chief investment officer, will succeed Gross and take over portfolio management; WSJ had written earlier this week that Ivasycn already was growing in popularity among Pimco investors, who had been putting more money into his fund even as they were pulling it from Gross’ fund.
    | Sep. 26, 2014, 11:49 AM | 13 Comments
  • Aug. 13, 2013, 12:44 PM
    • Tumbling Treasury prices - with TLT carving out a new 52-week low today - are again hitting income favorites.
    • Leading mREITs (REM -1.4%) lower are Invesco (IVR -3.3%), Annaly (NLY -2.3%), American Capital (AGNC -2%), and Western Asset (WMC -1.6%).
    • A number of income CEFs not long ago were so much in favor they commanded large premiums to NAV. They're now at seemingly growing-by-the-day discounts. Among the movers today is the Pimco Dynamic Income Fund (PDI -1.4%) selling for $27.45 against yesterday's closing NAV of $30.23. Others include: PCI, PFN, and PFL.
    • Still trading at premiums to NAV are the Pimco High Income Fund (PHK -0.9%) and the Pimco Corporate & Income Fund (PTY -1.1%).
    • Municipals (MUB -0.6%) slip as well, hitting Muni CEFs: NXZ -0.9%, IIM -1.2%, VKQ -0.7%.
    | Aug. 13, 2013, 12:44 PM
  • May 28, 2013, 1:01 PM

    Heavy selling hits a number of Pimco income funds, notably the High Income Fund (PHK -4.3%) with heavy exposure to high-yield paper and the financial sector. The decline narrows the fund's premium to NAV to a still-whopping 34%. The Income Opportunity Common Fund (PKO -2.2%) trades at just a slight premium, while the Dynamic Income Fund (PDI -2.8%) sells for about a 5% discount. Others: (PTY -3.6%), (PCN -2%), (PGP -5.3%), (PFN -1.5%).

    | May 28, 2013, 1:01 PM | 3 Comments
Company Description
The Fund will seek to achieve its investment objectives to produce total return for shareholders by utilizing a dynamic asset allocation strategy among multiple fixed-income sectors to invest in a portfolio of fixed-income securities and related instrument
Sector: Financial
Industry: Closed-End Fund - Debt
Country: United States