I want to enter FPFA into caps and it rejects them. When trading in my Schwab account I enter F+A and Caps rejects it.
401k,I don't believe F Preferred Shares are in CAPS, because of data and volatility concerns. F-PS is there, though.Fool on,Chris
Chris thank you for answering my question. I decided to buy some of the shares in the open market. The div yield is approximately 29%. On a annual basis they pay out $1.875 a share which at the current price of $7.00 You can get your money back in 4 years thru the div. Downside risk F could go bust but I don't see it likely.
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