Preferred Stocks Trading Under Par

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When possible it is better to buy preferred stocks trading below par ($25) thus you have no risk of a capital loss on your investment if the shares should be called for redemption.  Below we list all the preferred shares that we cover from lowest priced to most expensive thus it is easy to find issues trading under $25.

From this page you can start your research on Preferred Stocks. With current prices and yields you should be able to select a few that appear to meet your yield requirements.

Preferred shares are shares issued by a corporation as part of its capital structure.


How do You Buy Preferred Stocks?

You buy Preferreds just like you would any stock.  Put in an order in your brokerage account and wait.  The prime difference with preferred stocks is most trade very ‘thin’ (little volume) so you should always use ‘limit’ orders or you may pay way more than is necessary for your shares.

Issues Shaded in Grey Pay Monthly Dividend



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Tim McPartland is a private investor with over 45 years of investing experience. His analysis, research and writing is devoted to the hunt for income producing securities of all types, but in particular specializing in preferred stocks, exchange traded debt and Master Limited Partnerships.
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