In response to many readers' questions about DRIPs, this week we examine the ins and outs of investing in a CEF's DRIP.
The RIC Modernization Act could give free money to CEF investors participating in Distribution Reinvestment Plans.
Investors seeking out CEFs for their discounts should heed these rules of thumb.
The year 2015 has been unkind to many CEFs, but investors can purchase shares at steep discounts.
Europe's quantitative easing and a strong U.S. dollar lifted the eurozone and Japan, but negative headline news pushed the municipal market lower.
A surprising December capped off a decent year for most CEFs.
Falling oil prices buffet some CEFs, but many have turned out strong returns so far this year.
As oil prices continued to tank, commodity and energy funds took a nosedive.
The Bond King's departure had a small impact on CEF performance compared with the onslaught in the commodities market.
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