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I have poured over the discussion boards, and looked elsewhere on Fool.com, but I have been unable to come up with a formula for calculating YTC. In particular I am interested in finding the YTC for DTE Energy Trust I (DTEPRA) which was recommended in "7 paying 7". It closed today at $26.80 and has a current yield of 7.24%. It is callable in February 2007 for $25. I think that this means that I will lose $1.80 per share (from todays price) or 7% when it is redeemed.

Thanks,

Robert Stege
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