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Stock Quote Today & Recent News Dividend 15 Split Corp. - Class A T.DFN

Alternate Symbol(s):  T.DFN.P.A | DVSPF

Dividend 15 Split Corp is a Canadian is a mutual fund corporation. It aims to pay monthly cash dividends. The company invests in a portfolio of dividend yielding, high-quality Canadian companies. It offers two types of shares i.e. class A shares and preferred shares. The company's investment objectives are to provide holders of preferred shares with fixed cumulative preferential monthly cash dividends as well as to provide holders of Class A shares with regular monthly cash distribution.

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Opinion & Analysis (TSX:DFN)

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Bullboard Posts (TSX:DFN)

This is a good one

I am primarily an ETF holder though l do have a couple of stocks l think will out perform , more to mgmt than price power , DBM is one...
Sammy9 - 1 hour ago

Jun 24 Estimated Common NAV @ 6.41, Premium @ 25.7%

Jun 24 estimated combined NAV: 16.46, +1.03%. Preferred NAV: 10.05 (all of 0.04583 monthly dividend accrued).  Discount: 0.26 for $9...
PileOfShit - 2 days ago

RE:RE:RE:Offering clarification

In this current market i dont think it would be an easy sell.  DFN commons shares showing a healthy premium here, but the general...
mouserman - 3 days ago

RE:RE:Offering clarification

So with these high premiums of class A's in DFN, FTN's a high probability of an offering once the preferred NAVs move...
JRand3 - 3 days ago

RE:Offering clarification

Yes, true.  People who might have wanted preferred shares now have better gic rates.  My credit union offers 4.4% on 5 yr.
EdPaquette - 3 days ago

Offering clarification

It is my understanding that an offering cannot be done if the preferred shares are trading below their NAV. Is this correct?
Donwaan - 3 days ago