Notification Service Website - The Companies
The Companies tab gathers key information about the
companies who are current issuers of preferred stocks and
exchange-traded debt securities (ETDs). The Companies page allows you
to monitor company strategies and performance. If you are considering
becoming a preferred stock shareholder of one of these companies, this
is the place to check them out.
securities issued by a specific company
To see a simple list of income securities issued by a
given company, just click on the plus sign that appears next to each
Clicking on a company's plus sign expands the information
to show a list of the income securities issued by the company.
The list includes all traditional preferred stocks, trust
preferred stocks, 3rd-party trust preferred stocks and Exchange-Traded
Debt Securities (ETDs) that are currently trading on U.S. stock
Notice that the company names seen in bold font are those
that have at least one CDx3-compliant security currently trading (i.e.
they are able to meet all ten of the risk-lowering selection criteria
from Preferred Stock Investing).
In this example, Kimco currently has four preferred stocks trading, one
of which (KIM-H, seen in bold font) is CDx3-compliant.
This feature also allows you to see preferred stocks that
were originally issued by one company but have since been acquired by a
different company. Bank of America (BAC) provides a good example.
Preferred stocks originally issued by Countrywide and Merrill Lynch are
listed under Bank of America since BAC acquired CFC and MER during the
Get a detailed list
in one mouse click
Clicking on any company name will open a new tab in your
web browser to our Preferred Stock ListTM
database, pre-loaded with the complete details of the securities issued
by the company that you clicked on.
Search by common
Notice that the common stock trading symbol of each
company appears in parenthesis directly after the company's name.
Including the company's trading symbol allows you to quickly search the
list of companies if you are more familiar with the company's symbol
than its name. AG Mortgage, for example, is more commonly known by its
common stock trading symbol "MITT".
To search The Companies list for the common stock trading
symbol of the issuing company, just use your web browser's Find
function (located under your browser's Edit menu).
A search box will open for you to enter the company's
trading symbol, such as "MITT". Your browser will scroll the list of
companies to the company's row and highlight it for you.
You can also use your browser's Find function from the
keyboard rather than using the Edit menu. Just hold your [ctrl] key
down and type the letter f. The search box will open where you can
enter the trading symbol to search for.
The Companies tab also presents a wealth of financial
information and current news about each company.
Transcripts: Clicking this icon allows you to
read the actual words spoken by each company's executives as they
reported their most recent, and historical, quarterly earnings results.
These transcripts are absolutely fascinating as savvy analysts ask
these executives the pointed questions that are on your mind.
Profile: The Profile icon presents a page that
describes the business, where it is headquartered, its history, number
of employees and key executives. A link to the company's website is
Summary: The Summary icon shows key information
regarding the company's common stock trade, earnings, charting and
News: Clicking the News icon presents not just
the most recent articles from the financial press that mention the
company but the page allows you to view historical stories, too.
Financials: The Financials page presents a
comprehensive summary of the company's financial metrics taken from its
most recent SEC filings.
Ratings: See how Wall Street analysts are rating
the company. A history of upgrades and downgrades is listed along with
other metrics showing where analysts stand.
Know your preferred stocks and know the companies that
Transcripts are provided by Seeking Alpha
(seekingalpha.com); Profile, Summary, News, Financials and Ratings are
provided by Yahoo!, Inc.