Preferred Stock/Convertible Bonds Category Report

Published on by on August 27, 2009 | Updated March 29, 2012

Last modified: March 29, 2012

The Preferred Stock/Convertible Bonds ETFdb Category contains 8 ETFs with a total market capitalization of approximately $12.81 billion (as of March 29, 2012).

The following are the three largest ETFs in this ETFdb Category by market capitalization (as of March 29, 2012):

Ticker ETF Market Cap
PFF iShares S&P US Preferred Stock Fund $8.44 billion
PGF PowerShares Financial Preferred Portfolio $1.61 billion
PGX PowerShares Preferred Portfolio $1.59 billion

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The Preferred Stock/Convertible Bonds ETFdb Category includes funds holding preferred stock or convertible bonds issued by companies based in the U.S. Holdings of ETFs in this ETFdb Category include:

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