PCEF Vs. CEFS: 2 Diversified Fund Of CEFs, 2 Strong +8.0% Yields, Both Buys

Summary

  • PCEF and CEFS are two ETFs investing in a diversified portfolio CEFs.
  • Although both funds have broadly similar strategies, holdings, and strong +8% yields, there are important differences between these.
  • A comparison of these two funds follows.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, CEF/ETF Income Laboratory. Learn More »

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Richard Drury

Author's note: This article was released to CEF/ETF Income Laboratory members on November 14th, 2022.

The Invesco CEF Income Composite Portfolio ETF (NYSEARCA:PCEF) and the Saba Closed-End Funds ETF (BATS:CEFS) are both ETFs investing

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This article was written by

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Juan has previously worked as a fixed income trader, financial analyst, operations analyst, and economics professor in Canada and Colombia. He has hands-on experience analyzing, trading, and negotiating fixed-income securities, including bonds, money markets, and interbank trade financing, across markets and currencies. He focuses on dividend, bond, and income funds, with a strong focus on ETFs, and enjoys researching strategies for income investors to increase their returns while lowering risk.

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