SPDR Wells Fargo Preferred Stock ETF (PSK)
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 2, 2022|
|Day's Range||36.80 - 37.75|
|Inception Date||Sep 16, 2009|
In seeking to track the performance of the index, the adviser employs a sampling strategy. It generally invests substantially all, but at least 80%, of its total assets in the securities comprising the index. The index is designed to measure the performance of non-convertible preferred stock and securities that are functionally equivalent to preferred stock, including, but not limited to, senior and subordinated debt.
Top 10 Holdings17.33% of assets
|Citigroup Capital XIII 0%||C V0 10.30.40||3.41%|
|PNC Financial Services Group Inc Perpetual Preferred Share class-P||PNC V0 PERP P||2.11%|
|AT&T Inc 0%||T 5.35 11.01.66||1.87%|
|Capital One Financial Corp Series I||COF 5 PERP I||1.73%|
|Allstate Corp 5.10% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 - Ser H 1/1000th Int||ALL 5.1 PERP H||1.52%|
|Duke Energy Corp 5.75% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 - Ser A 1/1000th Int||DUK 5.75 PERP A||1.43%|
|Capital One Financial Corp 4.80% PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 - 1/40TH INT Series J||COF 4.8 PERP J||1.38%|
|Qwest Corporation 0%||CTL 6.5 09.01.56||1.35%|
|MetLife Inc Series F||MET 4.75 PERP F||1.27%|
|Athene Holding Ltd FXDFR PRF PERPETUAL USD 25 - Ser A 1/1000 Int Dep||ATH V6.35 PERP A||1.26%|
|May 2, 2022||$0.180||May 6, 2022|
|Apr 1, 2022||$0.180||Apr 7, 2022|
|Mar 1, 2022||$0.180||Mar 7, 2022|
|Feb 1, 2022||$0.180||Feb 7, 2022|
|Dec 17, 2021||$0.180||Dec 23, 2021|
|Dec 1, 2021||$0.180||Dec 7, 2021|
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