Oliver Renick Talks Stock Picks with JR Humphreys
Innovative Portfolios Senior Portfolio Manager JR Humphreys talks about IPPP Preferred-Plus ETF stock picks that may offer potential for yield-starved investors. JR shares recent stock selections for the portfolio and his reasons why with TD Ameritrade Network’s Oliver Renick.
Innovative Portfolios, LLC is investment advisor to Preferred-Plus ETF.
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Preferred Security Risk: Preferred securities generally are subordinated to bonds and other debt instruments in a company’s capital structure and therefore will be subject to greater credit risk than those debt instruments. In addition, but not limited to, preferred securities are subject to other risks, such as being called by the issuer before its stated maturity, subject to special redemption rights, having distributions deferred or skipped, rising interest rates causing the value to decline, having floating interest rates or dividends, and having limited liquidity. Preferred securities that do not have a maturity date are perpetual investments.
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