It's been a rocky year for shareholders of Bill Gross' former CEFs, despite solid performance from the new management team; PIMCO High Income's shares have fallen 26% this year through September.
The number of closed-end funds available has shrunk by nearly one fifth since 2011.
The Indianapolis Colts aren’t alone in their angst over deflation.
Falling oil prices buffet some CEFs, but many have turned out strong returns so far this year.
Checking in on PIMCO’s CEFs a month after Gross’ sudden departure.
Although this CEF's distribution rate is high, Morningstar's Steve Pikelny says the numbers are misleading and that the fund shop has a less-risky alternative.
Smart investors would steer clear of these high-premium investments.
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Plus, a shocking week for the fund industry.