BlackRock Credit Allocation Income Trust (BTZ)
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Only funds with yields over 7%, coverage higher than 85% and trading at under a +5% premium are considered. Top lists of discount, yield, DxY and DxYxZ are given.
BTZ's diversified holdings, strong 6.5% distribution yield, and market-beating returns make the fund a buy.
Fixed income CEF discounts continue to tighten and are approaching 20-year highs. This won't last for long. Part II of this report will focus on when this ends.
BTZ: Watch Interest Rate Risks With This Otherwise Appealing Fund
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, BlackRock Enhanced Government Fund, Inc. (NYSE: EGF) , BlackRock Debt Strategies Fund, Inc. (NYSE: DSU), BlackRock Floating Rate Income Strategies Fund, Inc. (NYSE: FRA), BlackRock Floating Rate Income Trust (NYSE: BGT), BlackRock Corporate High Yield Fund, Inc. (NYSE: HYT), BlackRock Credit Allocation Income Trust (NYSE: BTZ), BlackRock Limited Duration Income Trust (NYSE: BLW), BlackRock Core Bond Trust (NYSE: BHK), and BlackRock Multi-Sector Income Trust (NY
If you are looking for steady, high-income payments, PIMCO and BlackRock offer attractive closed-end funds that pay monthly. In addition to big monthly distribution payments, they both offer price appreciation, but for different reasons (i.e. a discount versus NAV, and a discount on underlying holdings versus par value).
BTZ's distribution coverage has dipped in the last report, but isn't cause for too much concern at this time. The fund is a multisector bond fund, invested mostly in investment-grade holdings.
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