TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Monday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Did you know that the majority of closed-end funds or CEF's are fixed-income (tax-exempt bond funds make up 42% of the market and domestic taxable bond funds make up 20%) and the majority of CEFs also have leverage?
Should you rule in or rule out investing in CEFs based on whether it's trading at a discount or premium to NAV?
This year marks the 150 year anniversary of the closed-end fund structure or CEF's. Although, not as highly publicized or as well known as ETFs, CEF's 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.
One of the biggest perks to closed-end funds is that they offer an income stream and that can be a valuable part of your investment portfolio. Watch now for more.
Cannabis-related stocks have been violent and volatile lately, causing many to harken back to the dot come days. So should you invest in them? Watch now!
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.
Former General Electric Vice Chair and chief marketing officer Beth Comstock has a message for corporate America: fight for the future.
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