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What Are Closed-End Funds?

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Tue, 29 Aug 2000

Closed-end funds aren?t very popular these days, especially when compared with their well-known cousins, open-end funds (which are more commonly known as mutual funds). However, closed-end funds have actually been around longer, and they have some

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