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    1. Current CEF Holdings -- June

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      Sat, 30 May 2015

      Listing is ordered by size in each category. Taxable Debt: PDI, PCI, PFL, PFN, PKO, PTY. 6% of portfolio value Munis: PML , KTF, EIM, NEV, PMF, PMX 24% of PV Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, CAF, THQ 16% of PV Overall portfolio allocation

    2. CLOSED-END MUNIS DOWN TODAY

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      Fri, 1 May 2015

      All my closed-end muni funds are in the red today. All of them - BFK, EIM, KTF, MMU, NEV, PMF, PML & PMX. Any reason? Fred

    3. Currrent CEF Holdings- May

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      Fri, 1 May 2015

      By order of size in each category Taxable debt: PDI, PCI 2% of portfolio value Munis: PML , KTF, EIM, NEV, PMF, PMX 24% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR 16% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 27% debt, 75% equity -2% cash

    4. Merrill Lynch Report on CEFs in AA and Specifically Muni CEFs

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      Sun, 12 Apr 2015

      following 12 months Here are some Buy rated Muni CEFs: Leveraged national : BFK, MEN, MHD, MVT, MYD, MYI, MQY, NAD, NEV, PML , MMU Lightly Leveraged national : EOT Non-Leveraged national: NUV, MTT I am interested in getting your thoughts on these

    5. Current CEF Holdings- April

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      Wed, 1 Apr 2015

      In order of size in each category. Taxable debt: PDI =1% of portfolio value Munis: PML , EIM, KTF, NEV, PMF, PMX =23% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR =17% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 24% debt, 78% equity, -2% cash

    6. MMD (MainStay DefinedTerm Municipal Opportunities Fund) Opinion

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      Mon, 30 Mar 2015

      holdings. Already own between 7K and 16K each of BFK, EIM, KTF, MMU, MQY, MVF, MMU, MQY, MVF, MYD, MYI, NEV, PMF, PML , PMX, VGM and VKI. I don't want to increase my investment in the above funds. All opinions and concerns about MMD and NPP

    7. CEF Fair Value

      Commentary

      Thu, 19 Mar 2015

      NAV + D)) - D Here's an example for PML using 11/31/2014 financials, recent ..... This is because, despite fund expenses, PML has lower leverage costs than the investor's ..... calculate that by setting RD to zero. In the PML example above, it is $9.52 or a -23

    8. Need some help to provide income in retirement soon.

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      Sun, 1 Mar 2015

      $550,000.00 to invest in an income producing portfolio. Currently I have ~ $30,000.00 each in PML , NEV, EIV and KTF. Also I have $15,000.00 in FDMMX tax free muni in Massachusetts. I would like to invest the rest of

    9. Current CEF Holdings-March

      Commentary

      Sun, 1 Mar 2015

      By order of size in each category Taxable debt: PDI, PCI 2% of portfolio value Munis: PML , EIM, KTF, NEV, PMF, PMX, EIV 22% of pv Equity: UTF, HQL, RQI, HQH, RNP, IGR, PEO 16% of pv Overall portfolio allocation: 25% debt, 75% equity 0% cash

    10. What's happening?

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      Tue, 17 Feb 2015

      PML , EIV and NEV way down. Any reason for the drop?

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