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    1. Thoughts on MPV?

      Commentary

      Sat, 28 Mar 2015

      MPV at all? It has a very strong long-term record with significantly less NAV volatility compared to most HY bond funds - NAV lost 3.5% in 2008 compared to category NAV loss of 41% (also did not rebound nearly as dramatically in 2009). From

    2. FPF as an alternative to DFP

      Commentary

      Wed, 25 Mar 2015

      discount and slightly larger distribution. Both IPO'd at roughly the same time. It is interesting to note that DFP has a NAV in excess of the IPO price even after all distributions. That is not the case for FPF. But, FPF is about three times the size

    3. Arnott on All Asset March 2015

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      Tue, 24 Mar 2015

      2014-12-29/u-s-bond-sentiment-is-worst-since-disastrous-09-as-fed-shifts 3 All Asset class A at NAV was 14.92% in 2012. 4 http://www.hussmanfunds.com/wmc/wmc150302.htm , “Advisory bullishness (Investors

    4. BRIEF-John Laing Infra Fund says optimistic on outlook

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      Tue, 24 Mar 2015

      * Net asset value (" nav ") up £69.2m to £887.3m, supported by new acquisitions (increase in nav per share of 2.3% to 109.3 pence)

    5. PDI to RQI

      Commentary

      Fri, 20 Mar 2015

      not meeting the challenge. in the same YoY period, RQI has returned 25% on a price basis, and considerably more based on NAV . I'm less concerned about probable interest rate changes than in the underlying economic conditions which cause them, such

    6. Changes for Money Mkt Funds

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      Fri, 20 Mar 2015

      upcoming ruling that money market funds will have to have a floating NAV (rather than a stable $1 value) starting in Oct 2016. See ..... then the funds can maintain a stable value (and not float the NAV ). As a result, Fidelity is planning to change its biggest

    7. CEF Fair Value

      Commentary

      Thu, 19 Mar 2015

      Fair Value of Common Shares (distinct from NAV here) D = Liabilities (debt or otherwise ..... underlying holdings: RA = TII / A = TII / ( NAV + D) TII = Total Investment Income A = Total Assets NAV = Book Net Asset Value Assuming net investment

    8. Good entrypoints?

      Commentary

      Thu, 19 Mar 2015

      yesterday). A lot of funds did not follow the market up it appears, and it seems like a good entry point in some funds depending on belief in future NAV performance. Yesterday I picked up UTG, BCX and KYN. Did any of you guys trade on the FOMC?

    9. BWG Market price down .20 cents the last two trading days

      Commentary

      Tue, 17 Mar 2015

      BWG Market price down .20 cents the last two trading days, yet the NAV for XBWGX is up .21 cents. Perhaps this is a buying opportunity. Disclosure - I own some BWG and added to my position today. I like to trade CEF's when I see what I feel are good relative values.

    10. From Barron’s, March 16, 2015 (Part 2)

      Commentary

      Sat, 14 Mar 2015

      are the ETF JNK [ER 0.40%; yield 5.6%] and CEF HYI [ER 0.87%; discount 12.4% ; yield 8.34%, 7.31% on NAV ; unleveraged]. Credit allocation BTZ [yield 7.4%; discount 13.4%] is also recommended. It is argued that the effective

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