Preferred Dividend Stocks
Preferred dividend stocks, or preferred shares, are special equity securities that are considered "hybrid" instruments. Although they trade on equities exchanges, preferreds more closely resemble debt instruments like bonds.
Preferred stocks normally carry no shareholder voting rights, but usually pay a fixed dividend. Since preferred shares are actually a type of debt instrument, we do not rate them with our DARS™ system.
* Stock Price shown is previous day's closing price.
** Dividend yield is calculated from Dividend Payout and previous day's closing price.
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