Seeking Alpha

Pioneer High Income Trust (PHT)

  • Vertical Spread | Send Message 5 Feb

    The stampede out of $PHT, was crowded and dangerous. But I am done with that.
    Reply (1)
    • Guardian3981 | Send Message 6 Feb
      : I hope it rebounds some...
      • Vertical Spread | Send Message 4 Feb

        $PHT, somebody's got some splaining to do!
          • MexCom | Send Message 28 Jan

            High Yield negative comments on Yahoo drove them down. % exposure to oil on old data. val drop decreases future risk. $DHS $DHY $HYG $PHT
              • Stanford Chemist | Send Message 23 Jan

                I Would Avoid Pioneer High Income Trust At The Present Time $PHT
                  • Value and Income Insights | Send Message 31 Dec 2014

                    Pioneer High Income Trust's 45% Premium Looks Ripe For Contraction In 2015 $PHT
                      • MexCom | Send Message 3 Oct 2014

                        Hi-yield mkt signal. DHF trading above yesterdays close on Doji candle. If it closes higher it could be a breakout sig. $HYG $DHF $PHT
                          • MexCom | Send Message 1 Oct 2014

                            Hi yield outperforming today after climax selling Monday. Expect $DHF to trade into 3.80's before month's end. $DHY $PHT $HYG
                              • MexCom | Send Message 30 Sep 2014

                                Selling pressure off of hi-yield today. I added to $DHF Looking at $DHY $PHT $HYG
                                  • bpadiak | Send Message 5 Aug 2014

                                      • Vertical Spread | Send Message 8 Apr 2013

                                        Big spike today in $PHT. Could be pre-exdate buying.
                                          Visit Seeking Alpha's
                                          PHT vs. ETF Alternatives
                                          Company Description
                                          At least 80% of its assets are invested in below investment grade debt securities, loans and preferred stocks. These securities are rated Ba/BB or lower or are unrated. Junk bonds are generally considered speculative. The investment objective is a high lev