6 Preferred ETFs Up Double Digits in 2019

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When most investors think of stock holding, what comes to mind is common stock, where owning a slice of the company entitles a shareholder to vote. Preferred stock on the other hand gives no voting rights to shareholders. Preferred shareholders also have priority over a company’s income, meaning they are paid dividends before common shareholders. Thus, preferred stock [...]

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