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Jun 28, 2019, 8:11 AM
The Destra Flaherty & Crumrine Preferred and Income Fund, Destra International & Event-Driven Credit Fund and the Destra Multi-Alternative Fund, both distributed by Destra Capital Investments LLC, are pleased to announce their June 2019 distributions.
May 31, 2019, 8:11 AM
The Destra Flaherty & Crumrine Preferred and Income Fund and the Destra Multi-Alternative Fund, both distributed by Destra Capital Investments LLC, are pleased to announce their May 2019 distributions.
Apr 29, 2019, 6:03 PM
Priority Income Fund, Inc. (“Company"), a registered closed-end fund that commenced making investments in January 2014, today announced that it plans to expand its cumulative mandatory redeemable term preferred stock (“Preferred”) issuance through a new investment program.
Inside the Markets | Destra Blog
When searching for consistent yield and income, many investors turn to well known asset classes like dividend producing equities, government bonds and municipal bonds. Investors may be well served by also considering preferreds, when looking for stable, higher yields.
Preferreds are hybrid securities that blend unique characteristics of both stocks and bonds. This hybrid structure was first introduced in the U.S. by the State of Maryland in 1836 as a solution to fund their local railroad and canal companies. Over time, this structure has evolved and today is a unique hybrid that blends the following unique characteristics.
To understand the potential attractiveness of preferreds, we are going to “take a ride on the B&O Railroad”. Looking back at history may help us gain an understanding of why preferred stocks have been used for nearly two centuries by the wealthy and institutions alike as an attractive alternative and compliment to stocks and bonds, within a well-diversified portfolio.