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Preferred stock/convertible bond funds are mutual funds that focus on hybrid securities. The blend makes them unique income and capital gains plays. These funds bet on a variety of hybrid securities from numerous issuers around the world according to their mandates. They are actively managed.
To find out detailed information on Preferred Stock/Convertible Bond Funds in the U.S. that are appropriately tagged by our analysts, click the tabs in the table below. The data that can be found in each tab includes historical performance, the different fees in each fund, the initial investment required, number of holdings, breakdown of weights by each sector and much more. Each ticker and name links to more detailed data about each fund, including graphs, fund descriptions, details about the fund managers, and other valuable information. The table can be resorted by clicking the first row of any column. Each fund may be in more than one table on our site because they usually have more than one tag associated with them; for instance, a European equity mutual fund may be tagged as developed markets, equity and Europe.
The table below lists all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds which are listed in the U.S. and tracked by m. This table is updated regularly, however some newly issued mutual funds may not be listed here yet.
This page provides useful information on the minimum investment amounts needed, for regular investors and retirees, to invest in Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. In addition, this table includes the fund family name, MutualFunds.com category, and the date on which these mutual funds were available for purchase.
In this table you will find short term historical return data, including total YTD return and 1-year returns on all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. The table also includes the 52 week high and low prices for the funds.
This table presents long term historical returns data for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. Long term includes 3-, 5-, and 10- year returns.
The table below has information on gross expense ratios, management fees, and other operational fees for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds.
This table includes fees that are not considered operational for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds, including sales, trading and turnover fees. To clarify, the turnover ratio refers to the percent of holdings that have been replaced per year; this incurs additional brokerage fees for buying and selling securities.
This page includes relevant dividend information on all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds.
This page includes relevant net income ratio and capital gain distribution information on all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. For clarity, the net income ratio refers to the total income the fund provides minus fees, divided by the funds net assets.
The following table provides an overview of holdings data for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. The table includes the number of holdings, as well as the percentage and amount that the top ten holdings make up in each mutual fund. The right-most column is a link to more detailed holdings information for any mutual fund listed in the table.
This page breaks down all U.S. Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds by weight in common and preferred stocks.
This table is an extension of the equity allocation table and includes the bond allocation weights in all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds.
The table below displays the amount and weight percentage of net assets for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds allocated to other asset classes besides equity and fixed income.
The following table breaks down the geographic location exposure for Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. The locations are split between U.S. and non-U.S. holdings and include exposure to stocks and bonds for the specific region only.
This page provides the percentage weights of defensive sectors for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. Please note that the defensive sector tends to remain stable during the various phases of the business cycle and contains stocks that are anti-cyclical.
This page provides the percentage weights of high-cyclical sectors for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. Please note that the high-cyclical sectors tend to have high correlations to business cycle peaks and troughs.
This page provides the percentage weights of mid-cyclical sectors for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. Please note that the mid-cyclical sectors tend to have moderate correlations with the various phases of the business cycle.
The table below illustrates valuable information regarding the fund managers for all Preferred Stock-Convertible Bond Funds. You can use this table to compare the performance of the funds with the tenure of each manager. The two managers with the longest tenure in each fund are included in this table.
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