US Preferred Stock Ishares ETF (PFF)
$36.86 0.07 (0.19%)
17:13 EDT PFF Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $36.86
Market Cap 16.52B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.31M
Day's Range 36.86 - 36.98
52-Week Range 33.26 - 38.08
Dividend & Yield 2.04 (5.53%)
PFF Stock Predictions, Articles, and US Preferred Stock Ishares ETF News
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Micron, Barrick Gold, Chewy's IPO, the semiconductor ETF and S&P 500 preferred stocks are our top stock trades for Monday.
If investors want more oomph than regular dividend stocks can provide, they can wade into the world of preferred stocks.
These are among the best ETFs for both growth and income. Here's what investors need to know about each ETF.
With high yields and characteristics of both stocks and bonds, preferred stocks are worth a look. Here's what you need to know.
Since early February, the S&P 500 has been largely flat, but the same isn't true of preferred stock. With preferred stock, investors gain even when the market isn't.
These 3 dividend ETFs provide solid income for retired investors, and they have enough diversity to add security to any portfolio.
By Jeff Reeves
These seven dividend funds yield more than 5.3% and as much as 8.8%. This ensures your ETF investments will pay off no matter what.
The iShares U.S. Preferred Stock ETF (PFF) is among the most popular ways to invest in the high-yield asset class of preferred stocks.
These 10 dividend stocks won't just pay you quarterly, they'll put income in your pocket every month, because that's when your bills are due!
Investors have been recklessly reaching for risky bond yields, but there’s one last 10% dividend worthy of consideration.
Finding high-yield stocks can sometimes be a frustrating task, but these seven dividend stocks will appeal to the aggressive buyer in you.
As we speak, $376 billion is locked up in five of Wall Street's most overrated, overloved funds. Here are solid alternative ETF plays
Let's highlight 3 closed-end funds (CEFs) that not only offer high-single-digit yields but also outclass their popular ETF counterparts.
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Investors in iShares Trust - Preferred & Income Securities ETF (PFF) saw new options become available this week, for the June 21st expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the PFF options chain for the new June 21st contracts and identified the following put contract of particular interest.
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