AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF company info

What does AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF do?
AAM Low Duration Preferred and Income Securities ETF (NYSEARCA:PFLD) specializes in managing a diversified portfolio of preferred and income securities, focusing on investments that offer potential for income and lower duration risk. This ETF aims to provide investors with a steady income stream while minimizing exposure to long-term interest rate movements. PFLD's strategy revolves around careful selection of preferred securities that show promise in terms of yield and stability, navigating the complex landscape of income investments with a keen eye on market trends and economic indicators. The fund's primary objective is to seek a high level of current income with a secondary focus on capital appreciation, making it an attractive option for income-focused investors looking for lower risk exposure to interest rate fluctuations.
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Company Snapshot

Is AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF employ?

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Employees
292

What sector is AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF?

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Head Office
Chicago, United States

What year was AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2019
What does AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF specialise in?
/Income Securities /Low Duration /Preferred Stocks /Exchange Traded Fund /Investment Management /Portfolio Diversification

What are the products and/or services of AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF?

Overview of AAM Low Duration Preferred andome Securities ETF offerings
Managed portfolio of preferred and income-generating securities, focusing on low duration assets for reduced interest rate risk.
Income distribution to shareholders, aiming for regular and stable payouts.
Risk management strategies to minimize volatility and preserve capital.
Diversification across various sectors and issuers to spread investment risk.
Research and analysis of market opportunities for optimal asset selection and allocation.
Active trading strategy to capitalize on market movements and enhance portfolio returns.