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One of the questions financial advisors ask is how to incorporate closed-end funds into a client's portfolio? How should advisors think about it relative to all the other things a client might own? Retirement Daily's Robert Powell sits down with Jeffrey Levine, CEO and Founder of Blueprint Wealth Alliance for some advice.
A big perk of closed-end funds is that they offer an income stream that can be a valuable part of your investment portfolio.
Unlike ordinary mutual funds or ETFs, closed-end funds can borrow or issue preferred shares to leverage their returns.
Investors should regard CEFs or closed-end funds as "as great pieces of a portfolio to augment investor allocation" as well as a way to "generate high levels of income and maybe better levels of income than they might otherwise be able to get within an asset class", say our all-star panel in TheStreet's webinar. (Sponsored Content)
What's important to understand when investing in closed-end funds or CEF's? Cuts are part of the process of mixing an investment changing environment with interest rates and we can't control interest rates. Sponsored Content.
TheStreet's Robert Powell recently hosted an all-star panel of experts who explained everything you need to know on closed-end mutual funds, an often-overlooked investment class. This is sponsored content.
Hearing from your fund manager during turbulent times is critical to investors. And the managers of closed-end funds try to do just that. Watch now.
What are the advantages and disadvantages?
How well do you understand closed-end funds?
You can with certain so-called "closed-end" mutual funds - an often overlooked investment class. TheStreet's retirement expert Robert Powell and an all-star panel tell you all you need to know in this sponsored webinar.
It's time to start asking your financial advisor some serious questions on performance.
Finding the right fee to charge for financial planning services is getting trickier.
The best performing closed-end funds are concentrated in core U.S. investments and overseas developed markets.
Five reasons to consider CEFs.
In general, financial planners say their clients appreciate an upfront discussion of costs.
These days, consumers are always searching for a deal. Should investors do the same? And if so, where should they look?
We called in some experts to break it all down for you.
It's best to collaborate.
These specialized funds are well positioned to capture outsized returns on securities issued by tech startups and other companies with high growth potential.
Retail investor sales are driving fund prices lower, but purchase timing strategies differ.
Look for funds that offer big discounts to net asset value.
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Closed-end mutual funds have a small but faithful following.
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