JPS: A Healthy Blend Of Junk And Income

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  • JPS fund can provide your portfolio a much needed income boost.
  • The underlying holdings have exposure to an international portfolio of financial company preferred shares.
  • However, it travels down the rungs of credit quality to deliver that yield.
  • Prospective investors should be armed with an asset allocation plan to deal with high volatility.

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Investment Thesis

In this article we review the popular Nuveen Preferred & Income Securities Fund (NYSE:JPS). If you're investing strictly for the high yield, you must diversify your exposure with negatively correlated assets. The distribution is

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JPS fund Sustainability Analysis

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JPS fund - Analytics of distribution

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JPS fund - Trading chart to illustrate negative correlation


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