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Subject:  Re: preferreds Date:  11/30/2004  10:50 AM
Author:  activeREinvestor Number:  11283 of 36785


If you do not mind answering...

And, of course when the yield is high, they are ususally trading at a premium, reducing the yield. But, that's life.

What seems to be the par yield (the rate at which people expect to pay no premium or to receive a discount on the price)? Just curious what a high yield is these days that is the market yield.


PS. I do not buy preferreds so I do not see the market data to answer my own question.
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