Perpetual securities (perps) have been making headlines lately and likely giving investors second thoughts about adding them to their portfolios. The source of the most recent concerns stems from water treatment firm Hyflux's decision to suspend trading in its perps.
But while perps have downsides, including no maturity date, they can work for some investors.
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