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|Subject: Re: The Alternatives to PenFed's CD?||Date: 9/19/2010 5:53 PM|
|Author: LordXot||Number: 31500 of 35506|
I've been selling some of my lower yielding pfds and buying a few mlp's in an effort to take some profits and increase income. Want to move into other income securities too so have started compiling a spreadsheet of income stocks for future reference. The income sheet has a model portfolio created as an example for a poster looking for ideas. There is also a list of common income stocks, utilities, and mlp's all of which yield greater than 4% at inclusion. You'll find this at the top link.
My list of pfd stocks and reits is at the second link. The last link is a group of pfd stock models including my own holdings. Maybe these will be of some help for those looking for some alternatives to cd's........................................Xot
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