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Virtus Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund

Virtus Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (EDF)

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AlwaysRed AlwaysRed 3 months ago
What happens to the price here when the merger takes place on the 15th?
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Whoisit Whoisit 3 years ago
If you had purchased the lows back in April 2020 and held them until
now, the gains between the dividends and the increase of the pps would
be about 15% or more in one year and reinvesting the dividends the percentages would be higher.
Not bad for a high dividend stock.
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund Declares Monthly Distributions Of $0.08 Per Share
April 22 2020 - 06:30PM
PR Newswire (US)
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NEW YORK, April 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund ("the Fund"), which is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "EDF", announced the declaration of monthly distributions of $0.08 per common share, payable on the dates noted below. Based on the Fund's current share price of $7.02 and net asset value per share of $5.18 (as of close on April 21, 2020), the distributions represent an annualized distribution rate of 13.68% and 18.53%, respectively.

Ex-Distribution Date
Record Date
Payable Date
May 14, 2020
May 15, 2020
May 28, 2020
June 12, 2020
June 15, 2020
June 25, 2020
July 17, 2020
July 20, 2020
July 30, 2020
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 4 years ago
How long before EDF gets in step with everyone else slashing its monthly dividend. Prices look juicy
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 4 years ago
OY! the bargains being created by OPEC, COVID19 and the race for president. I cant remember the last time I saw EDF this low. Incredible!!!
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scaptrader1297 scaptrader1297 4 years ago
wow, i had my finger on trigger for 14 as well. lol so funny how that is. guess we will have to watch it now i see no reason for dramatic drop .17 is good for a long while lets hope it doesnt drop again...
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
Nice mine is at 12.95 so we came real close to taking it out today! I would of rather fetched 14 the other day and was seriously contemplated it. I didn't see the drop in dividend coming so I missed the chance.

At any rate it still pays good for the current price!

---Cheers
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scaptrader1297 scaptrader1297 4 years ago
i agree with your logic. i have stop at $12.80 just in case... ill be happy with 3 more years at .17
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
Been in this for 2 years now I see the range as 10 -14 were at the high end
IMO. This is the first cut since inception so If this goes another 10 years at .17 all is good.

I just don't like the Price of stock to NAV ratio not good. High dividend stocks are High risk reward. I always keep a trailing stop in place and todays trading is testing that!
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scaptrader1297 scaptrader1297 4 years ago
still .17 for $13-$14 dollar stock, ill keep as well and watch it. in the norm the stock has traded $12 range to $14 range so just have to watch. next 3 month already announced..

i like pci
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
One penny I can accept that. Been thinking real hard if I want to do the lateral handoff to CLM? I don't like the NAV here compared to CLM. Might be time to switch?

For now because I still have a cushion I will stay put. The sell off today was a little over done IMHO.
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Sone Sone 4 years ago
Damn first cut is done
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (NYSE:EDF) declares $0.17/share monthly dividend, -5.6% decrease from prior dividend of $0.18.

Forward yield 15.07%

Payable Feb. 27; for shareholders of record Feb. 14; ex-div Feb. 13.

Payable March 26; for shareholders of record March 16; ex-div March 13.

Payable April 30; for shareholders of record April 20; ex-div April 17.
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
I see CLM lowered their dividend to .18 so now EDF seems to be in the lead with stability and return!
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
I am talking about Cash covered PUTs. For example I sold 3 114 dollar contracts (300) shares of CVX last week for 1.04 a contract so my account was CREDITED 312 dollars.

The contract expiration was last Friday. The contracts expired worthless so on Saturday My account was granted 100% of this credit because they expired out of the money.

If they would have expired in the money I would of had to purchase 300 shares at 114.00 and still received the credit lowering my cost basis 1.04 to 113.00 a share. Then I would get the dividend by ownership since Xdate is 2 weeks from now.

Either way I am happy. I do this with one or more stocks every week on the weeklies option chain on blue chip dividend payers!

I also sell covered calls on my holdings when appropriate increasing my dividends and lowering my cost basis. Lots of Fun and lots of extra dollars!

You can follow me over here: https://investorshub.advfn.com/Dividends-Dividend-Capture-and-Covered-Call-writting-36919/
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Sone Sone 4 years ago
Puts? I may need to look into it again. I watched a few videos on options before but never pulled the trigger I guess maybe study up on it again
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
I hear ya! With EDF I think I am going just hold. I have it in both my IRA and regular account and like the monthly check. I lightened my load in August and running 75-80 percent cash right now. We could see a big sell off however the fact that they keep lowering interest makes me believe the Market will remain strong. There is NOWHERE else you can go to get a return so the Market is where it is at.

My new thing is to sell (short) Puts on the stocks I would own to collect dividends. Most of the time I keep the credit and treat it like a dividend. If the stock goes down I just take the assignment own the stock and collect the dividend.

So far I am making more than holding and collecting divs with a whole lot less cash in the market! Other than that I am up around 25% year to date on my 2 accounts.

Cheers
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Sone Sone 4 years ago
Yes still holding have a 25% cushion.
But I am getting a little anxious with market all time high but my portfolio too big to take profits not sure if I should sell all and start from scratch again during the election year pull back
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leftovers leftovers 4 years ago
Sone you still in EDF? It's been holding nice this year! Payout strong and price has increased. I am getting close to a 2 year hold so nice cushion built in now!

Cheers Mate
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IPO$ IPO$ 4 years ago
18% yield here.
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
.18 a share

Payable Aug. 29; for shareholders of record Aug. 19; ex-div Aug. 16.
Payable Sept. 26; for shareholders of record Sept. 16; ex-div Sept. 13.
Payable Oct. 31; for shareholders of record Oct. 21; ex-div Oct. 18.
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF X Date this Friday don't miss out! Trading over 14. Nice!

July 12, 2019 July 15, 2019 July 25, 2019
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF hit 14. a unit!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Cha Ching cash drawer filled again!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF still a shinning star!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
added some 12.80's to throw on the pile! Nice little dividend recovery with the 3 month dividend announcement today!

I agree wait for a pull back meanwhile I’ll enjoy the dividend
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund Declares Monthly Distributions of $0.18 Per Share

The following dates apply to the distributions declared:
Ex-Distribution Date Record Date Payable Date
May 16, 2019 May 17, 2019 May 30, 2019
June 14, 2019 June 17, 2019 June 27, 2019
July 12, 2019 July 15, 2019 July 25, 2019
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Nice Xdate today. Almost a full recovery! looking sweet...
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Sone Sone 5 years ago
Lol yes we do..
I agree wait for a pull back meanwhile I’ll enjoy the dividend and the 15% gains so far
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
LOL we just know the right stocks to buy. I would like to add another 1000 here but it now getting a little pricey? Have 2000 now 1000 in my IRA and the balance in my regular account.

The're all green and been collecting about 8 months distributions!
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Sone Sone 5 years ago
Stop following me leftovers
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF touching 14 Xdate up on tap 4/11!

All Aboard...
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF trading strong next Xdate just around the corner!

Div/Shr 0.18

Ex-Div 04/11/19

Pay Date 04/25/19

Div Yield 16.17
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
added a 1000 units here!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
EDF still showing signs of strength!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Having a nice recovery here!
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (NYSE:EDF) declares $0.18/share monthly dividend, in line with previous.
Forward yield 17.49%
Payable Feb. 28; for shareholders of record Feb. 15; ex-div Feb. 14.
Payable Mar. 28; for shareholders of record Mar. 18; ex-div Mar. 15.
Payable Apr. 25; for shareholders of record Apr. 12; ex-div Apr. 11.
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Nice day today Market making a comeback!
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
Might be able to snag some EDF's under $11.00. The $10.00's would be SWEET!, EDF's monthly divy is inline with CRF's.

decisions decisions
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
EDF's taking quite a beating, by the end of December there may be an opportunity to steal some cheapies.
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
Thats a good sign.
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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Next 3 month are good to go!

Stone Harbor Emerging Markets Income Fund (β€œthe Fund”), which is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol β€œEDF”, announced the declaration of monthly distributions of $0.18 per common share, payable on the dates noted below. Based on the Fund’s current share price of $12.29 and net asset value per share of $11.08 (as of close on October 16, 2018), the distributions represent an annualized distribution rate of 17.58% and 19.49% respectively.
The following dates apply to the distributions declared:
Ex-Distribution Date


Record Date


Payable Date
November 15, 2018


November 16, 2018


November 29, 2018
December 13, 2018


December 14, 2018


December 27, 2018
January 17, 2019


January 18, 2019


January 31, 2019
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
I think the tariff trade wars have a lot to do with the markets instability lately. Everything is bouncing around. Divy payers have to be nervous too, especially REITs with the FED raising rates yet again.

Stone harbors emerging markets dont appear to be emerging so much this Q. Hopefully things will turn positive in the coming months finalizing the year in the green.

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leftovers leftovers 5 years ago
Don't know but I have taken a heavy hit on this one not getting the warm and fuzzies that is for sure. Not a good start to a position I just opened at what I thought was the low for the year?
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
Ive yet to see anything that would cause this drop other than the Fed raising rates again, the Tariffs cant be doing it, or can they. The DOW is off 800 points for this weeks session, could be the MM's know something ahead of us retail mushrooms.
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Scotttrader80 Scotttrader80 5 years ago
The latest FED raise isnt helping divy payers this Q, I think there is one more raise coming be it 2018 or early 2019. Either way as long as the dividend is maintained or forward guidance is given like the Cornerstones do, EDF is a bargain at these levels
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scaptrader1297 scaptrader1297 5 years ago
because of the div.. people want that .18 per
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bar1080 bar1080 5 years ago
EDF shares lost about 21% in the past 12 months... while the SP500TR (s&p 500 with divs included) rose about 20%. What a stinker EDF is!

On a total return basis EDF lost about 5% during that period. I believe those numbers are correct. You might check me.

So why does EDF trade at a premium and who would pay that? The answer is that CEFs often trade at inexplicable high or low levels and for long periods. That's something's that puzzled economists for decades.

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Sone Sone 5 years ago
What’s the total return?
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bar1080 bar1080 5 years ago
Why pay a 17% premium for this perennial bowser? You can expect that to disappear in tough times. My long-held rule with CEFs: only buy at discounts.
https://www.cefconnect.com/fund/EDF
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