My guess that muni cef 's were breaking out came to fruition. Looking to trim some positions in pml, mqt, mui. Any ideas what to roll it over into, or just sit on cash for awhile?
Does anyone have a list of leveraged CEF 's that invest in MLP's? uh
Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index. Value in closed - end funds The closed - end funds in Exhibit D are examples of diverse income sectors ..... rate of 9.7%. 1 Another good example is the closed - end fund multisector bond universe
has been streaking and it's discount is gone. I am sittting on capital gains of over three years of dividends.Other muni CEF 's are also rising, especially PML. VKI is up but not as much. I also own those two. Sentiment is favorable to the group
portfolio which is roughly 2/3 equities (diversified) and 1/3 fixed income (mostly munis, preferreds and multisector OEFs/ CEFs ). Most public pensions are still using projected rates of return in excess of 7%. What do folks here use when projecting
seems to be much harder to find nowadays with VIX declining, and lots of other metrics firming up.
225,000, EXDAX $225,000 DODIX $100,000, PONDX $100,000, OSTIX $100,000 UTG ( Reves utility fund, a closed end fund ) $75,000 Thopx, $25,000 Total$1,075,000 M* X RAY 30%stock, 15%cash, 55%bonds. I would like
compared to tax exempt. They may increase the Corporate bond slice as well. They also have a small position (1.3%) in a CEF , JLS, which is interesting. Like FD1000, I'm cautious about taking on risk in a fund and appreciate the lower volatility
Finland +7.81% , Switzerland +3.08% ] and a good week in Asia [Thailand +4.72% , Philippines +0.64% ]. The equity CEF index [ data to Thursday ] underperformed the DJIA and its discount widened to -10% . Cover story “Roundtable, Part 2
purchased shares hit our accounts? notable also that many other FI CEFs had their discounts shrinking in recent days: JRI, BGH, most ..... about correlations! or, is it all ECB? if anyone sees a FI CEF with good NAV performance but fairly priced compared to its own