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The Dangers Of Managed Fund Distributions And How To Spot Funds In Trouble
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Monday, January 13, 2020 9:54 AM EDT
Many closed-end funds have managed distribution policies. Who wouldn’t want to own a fund that pays monthly dividends with a great yield?
In this article: EDF, CLM, UTG, CEN
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EC Steer Clear Of These Three Popular Closed-End Funds
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Wednesday, December 11, 2019 9:10 AM EDT
This is an asset class where it is hard to separate the good from the bad from the truly ugly. Here are some danger signs and CEFs that illustrate those dangers.
In this article: GUT, JPC, CLM
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Three High-Yield Investments To Sell Now
Article By: Tim Plaehn
Thursday, October 24, 2019 2:00 AM EDT
Investors are drawn to closed end funds (CEFs) because many have double-digit yields, and most pay monthly dividends. Unfortunately CEFs usually have more negatives than positives when evaluating potential.
In this article: CLM, CRF, ECC
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A 20% Yield Guaranteed To Be Cut
Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld
Thursday, August 16, 2018 6:47 PM EDT
It’s hard to imagine a scenario where Cornerstone Strategic Value Fund’s dividend doesn’t stop falling. Investors shouldn’t get too comfortable with its 20% yield.
In this article: CLM
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Steer Clear Of These Three Popular Closed-End Funds
Old Time Investor 12/15/2019 12:05:34 PM

I agree on $GUT, even Mario sold shares recently. Your missing the whole story on $CLM $CRF though and valuation is reasonable given the assets if you buy right. $ROC is attractive to tax sensitive investors as well.

A 20% Yield Guaranteed To Be Cut
Craig Newman 8/19/2018 10:12:22 AM

They always forget about the ponzi RO's they do every year to juice the returns for everyone else. Sure it declines over time, but not nearly as fast as the ROI on their underlying would suggest. $CLM

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