I have been looking for single a basic bond fund holding for my portfolio and came across BHK. It has a nice payout, decent long-term performance, and a balance of holdings (IMO). It does seem to bounce about in pricing, so I would aim to purchase it, if purchased, on a drop. Wonder if anyone would
Can you compare the two muni CEF ? VKI has 9% discount but slightly lower yield, PMF has higher yield but currently trades at 7% premium. Thanks.
Europe [Italy +1.85% , Denmark -0.19% ] and an up week in Asia [Taiwan +2.43% , Thailand -0.19% ]. The equity CEF index [ data to Thursday ] was in line with the DJIA and its discount widened to -10.1% . Cover story “Barron’s 10
I have seen some articles saying it has a 8% expense ratio (i see it as .85%) due to the way it handles taxes. Does anyone prefer AMLP over a CEF fund like KYN? I understand KYN is more volatile due to leverage and it has a higher ER.
Good Afternoon.... We talked about this cef when it first posted their [excessive] distribution announcement for income oriented investors [like myself].... Their
that amount so now the per share income decreases to .90. There is no additional income. Am I missing anything? Is there an income advantage to receiving and reinvesting distributions? Does it matter whether we are discussing CEFs or OEFs?
Haven't seen any threads on general equity cef 's.Are they a good or poor investment choice?
JPI and JRI look decent. floaters are still struggling.
is looking real good for the next few years, "A" ish rated holdings, AMT is only 10%. A lot to like. To all you nervous MLP CEF holders who might not be sleeping so well these days... come on in, the water's fine over here! lol.
Hello I own some BOND etf. I was wondering if there are any funds in CEF world like that. That is a core fund with no leverage that might be selling at a discount? anything at all similar would be appreciated. thanks.