Dividend Enhanced Convertible Stock - DECS
- Preferred stock that provides the holder with premium dividends in addition to an embedded short put option and a long call on the issuing company's stock.
Dividend enhanced convertible stocks provide the holder with the right to convert the security into the underlying company's common stock.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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