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nobhead
Explorer ○○

CEF Holdings November 2019

In order of largest to smallest in each category:

Munis- PML, PMX, EIM, NEV, MYI 13.3% portfolio value

Debt- PDI, PCI, PFN, PKO, PCM 26.7% portfolio value

Preferred- JPI 1.9% portfolio value

Total CEF 42.0% portfolio value

No CEF buys or sells during October

Nob
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keppelbay
Participant ○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

larger positions (>5% PV): PDI, PCI, DBL, PKO

mid-range (1-5%): FFC, DMO, PFN, BGX 

smaller (<1%): KYN, NRGX, KIO, NEV

Overall CEFs total 45% of PV

NRGX added on news of large purchase by Ivascin. 'Solidarity buys' are not likely to be in the millions, so I figured he might have a good reason to have confidence in this. Time will tell. 

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spud
Explorer ○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

CEFs are 35% of my Total Portfolio Value

PCI (12.5%), PKO (5%), PTY (4%), UTG (4%), PDI (4%), ACP (3%), ZF (1%), NRGX (1%), SZC (<1%)

Bond OEF 5%

cash 17% 

Changes:

Sold BGB due to NAV decline, still like it as it has enough NII and UNII to cover distribution and possibly pay a EOY special. Bought a very small amount of NRGX when it declined enough to offer a 10% yield

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acamus
Participant ○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

11/2

Assets  Liabilities 
     
FI Funds  Sold Short 
PIMIX8.8% EWW-1.0%
EVN2.5% Total-1.0%
MQY2.3%   
IOFIX2.0% Borrowing0.0%
SEMPX2.0% Total Liabilities-1.0%
NMY1.6% Net Assets100.0%
VTA1.6%   
EIM1.6% YTD total return*24.2%
BSE1.6% YTD volatility*4.0%
NTC1.6% YTD Sharpe*5.3
ARDC1.6% YTD turnover534%
VLT1.6%   
MHN1.6% 
* Including cash & leverage
 
NNC1.6%   
DCF1.4%   
BTT1.4%   
AFB1.4%   
BFY1.3%   
JMM1.2%   
GFY1.1%   
JQC1.0%   
BWG1.0%   
PPR1.0%   
VVR1.0%   
NKG1.0%   
BBN0.9%   
CIK0.8%   
MFL0.7%   
BTZ0.6%   
NCZ-A0.4%   
MCI0.4%   
Total49.5%   
     
Stock Funds    
MNA6.0%   
PGZ2.9%   
DEX2.6%   
UTF1.8%   
JTA1.6%   
DPG1.6%   
JDD1.6%   
NFJ1.6%   
MXE1.4%   
CUBA1.3%   
STK1.3%   
AGD1.2%   
THQ1.1%   
JEQ1.0%   
JRS1.0%   
JTD1.0%   
JCE0.8%   
ASG0.8%   
ZF0.8%   
TY0.8%   
OCCI0.6%   
NRO0.6%   
AABA0.5%   
INB0.4%   
SPE0.3%   
FEO0.3%   
MCN0.2%   
Total35.1%   
     
Stocks5.7%   
Total Investments90.3%   
Cash10.8%   
Total Assets101.0%   
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wayoutwest
Participant ○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

CEFs comprise 31% of my total portfolio as displayed in the table below. Since last report, added to LDP and MVF. My HSA is 100% PCI and it's the only CEF on a DRIP.

PCI36%
PFN19%
PDI13%
EXD9%
LDP7%
HTD6%
MVF4%
PTY3%
BTZ2%
MMU2%
total100%
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fpajerski
Explorer ○○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

PCI 12%   PKO 9%   PFN 8%   in IRA-Rollover account. 

In October .... no changes other than auto-reinvestment.

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coldhouse
Explorer ○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

Current CEF holdings, from largest to smallest:

PCI, BGX, NHF, CEFL, UTG, VMO, NCV, RVT, PFN, GGN; these represent just under 17% of total PV. BGX & GGN are recent additions; except for the NHF YTD performance has been strong. 

Have 18% in cash and 17% in Bond OEFs (PTIAX, PIMIX, SEMPX, PRSNX).

 

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Lakeside7
Explorer ○○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

In order of size within each category:

Debt – Muni = PMF, MUH, NVG, NEV, BKN, PMX

Debt – Taxable = PCI, PDI, PKO

Equity – Multi-sector = ETV, ETY, QQQX, SCD, ETB, CII, EXD, MCN

Equity – Midstream Energy = CTR, EMO, NTG, TYG

Equity – Other Sector = UTF, BST

 

New since last month’s list = MCN

Gone since last month’s list = MEN

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tomtom218
Follower ○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

Most to least

PCI , TSI, UTG, UTF, BLW, BTZ, NRGX, IHIT, IHTA, PGZ, JRI, DSU, ISD, FAX

added small amount of IHIT and FAX in Oct, still reinvesting div in PCI, but like my dividend stock investments, not finding any exceptional values. Just holding and collecting.

Tom T

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outandabout
Participant ○○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019


@keppelbay wrote:

NRGX added on news of large purchase by Ivascin.

Where did you learn this, kep?

Note: I hold shares.


 

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mozart325
Explorer ○○

Re: CEF Holdings November 2019

Emmanuel Roman (Pimco CEO) just took a big tax loss on NRGX.

He bought 100,000 shares att $20.00 at the IPO price.

On 11/7/2019, he sold the 100,000 shares for  $16.74.

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