Preferreds Market Weekly Review: $26 Is The New $25


  • We take a look at the action in preferreds and baby bonds through the fourth week of June and highlight some of the key themes we are watching.
  • Preferreds returns remain strong as the average price in the $25-par market has now reached $26.
  • We maintain a tripartite allocation in the sector with actively managed ETFs, pinned-to-par securities that are likely to provide moderate resilience and higher-yielding sectors like mREITs and CEFs preferreds.
  • Looking for a helping hand in the market? Members of Systematic Income get exclusive ideas and guidance to navigate any climate. Learn More »

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This article was first released to Systematic Income subscribers and free trials on 28-June.

Welcome to another installment of our Preferreds Market Weekly Review where we discuss preferreds and baby bond market activity from both the bottom-up - highlighting individual news and

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