Preferred Shares, Buyers Beware
The preferred share market is really a retail phenomenon. RBC, TD, or any of the bigger banks have issued billions of dollars in these preferred share issues, and it’s important to make the distinction between preferred shares and fixed income. Fixed income as you know, you’re lending money, you’re a creditor on the assets; they must pay you back. Preferred shares, while they do have fixed income characteristics, are equity.
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Recorded on February 7, 2020
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