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This year's capital gains payout will be big. Consider a tax-advantaged fund to avoid taking future tax hits.
The firm's Tax-Managed Diversified Equity Income Fund is the largest ever closed-end fund IPO.
The Boston firm increases the quarterly dividend by 20% to 12 cents a share.
Earnings rise 17%, but per-share results are 2 cents below Wall Street's target.
Tax-friendly funds designed to mitigate capital gains help to prevent a hefty bill in April.
Eaton Vance is up more than 1,000% in the last 10 years and is still going strong. Plus the Dow, Google and more.
With bond yields stubbornly low, covered-call closed-end funds surge into fashion.
Investors say there are plenty of overlooked names out there, ranging from S&Ls to newspaper publishers.
Futures are lower, Google's IPO gets repriced and oil remains a huge factor.
These companies stand ready to boost their dividends, but they may not all be safe.
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