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Closed-End Funds (CEF) or Exchanged Traded Funds (ETF) and Your Portfolio

This year marks the 150 year anniversary of the closed-end fund structure or CEFs. Although, not as highly publicized or as well known as ETFs, CEFs have long been valued by advisors and investors as a tool for potentially boosting investment income. So what are the advantages and disadvantages? TheStreet's webinar Why Closed-End Funds Could Deliver a Powerful Income Portfolio Boost is sponsored by Nuveen.

This year marks the 150 year anniversary of the closed-end fund structure or CEFs.

Although not as highly publicized or as well known as ETFs, closed-end funds have long been valued by advisors and investors as a tool for potentially boosting investment income.

With market yield still low and volatility returning this year, now maybe a particularly opportune time to consider adding closed-end funds to your portfolio and your clients' portfolios.

Want to learn more about closed-end funds? Check out TheStreet's webinar Why Closed-End Funds Could Deliver A Powerful Income Boost, sponsored by Nuveen.

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Want to Buy $1 Worth of Stock for 90 Cents or Less? You can with certain so-called "closed-end" mutual funds - an often overlooked investment class. Click here to register for a free online video in which TheStreet's retirement expert Robert Powell and an all-star panel tell you all you need to know. The webinar is sponsored by Nuveen.