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“Started in 1873 to provide monthly income to widows and orphans in Scotland… “‘Title VI’ Funds Are Now the Preferred Investment Secret of the Super-Rich! …. “There’s a type of fund — a fund that most Americans know very little about — that’s responsible for protecting and growing the wealth of the world’s greatest investors. […]

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  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    Haven’t looked at any of them recently. With closed-end funds I’d always look at expense ratio, leverage and discoun...

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    re: stop losses/buy limits. Like most of the rest of you, I have my own personal investment philosophy on stop losses ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    That's an insane amount of diversification that's probably giving a false sense of security -- almost all bond investmen...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I haven't looked into that particular ad yet, but we'll throw it on the pile. Closed-end funds can be fairly appealing ...

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    Brett really provides background on his picks. The most recent issues have compiled and ranked the best places to put ...

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    I have used VV for several years to identify potential opportunities for our retirement money. We are concentrated in C...

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    $CRBP While I am not passing judgement on Corbus insiders multiple small purchases, I would like to bring up an analo...

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    These have to be something like Closed-end funds. The ingredients of management, leverage, representation of stocks and ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I've covered his picks a few times this year, the most recent was a look at ...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    For folks who don't know this one, DNP is a levered closed-end fund that's mostly invested in utilities -- it trades at ...

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    Reply 11. 12 | | What do these icons mean? laketangler says: May 28, 2016 at 2:16 pm ...

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    Wow, this guy is sure in the hard asset camp big-time. He seems to have dividend income so that's a great approach. Llot...

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    Share a comment: laketangler says: May 28, 2016 at 2:16 pm http://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/stansberry-gold-invest...

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    A viewpoint from a 71 yr. old retiree. My current portfolio is 28% cash, 8% physical precious metals, 9% precious metal...

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    Hi Travis, thank you for your comments on closed-end funds. I have invested in PCI, PDI,PHK and PTY. The net combined...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I don't know much about this specific closed-end fund, but there are probably 30-40 closed-end funds that are fairly sim...

  • Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

    I was looking at MAB, that's where those numbers came from. There are several others, including MMV, MHE, NMT -- all ha...

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    I just got "a fifth dividend" on a stock I own (but which is not in the www.global-investing.com portfolio) and I am abs...

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    While I agree with the Gumshoe Guru that you shouldn't buy discounted closed-end funds (CEFs) thinking the discount will...

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    Farmer John, AOD is terrific. Management specializes in the "dividend capture" technique, and that's a good, systematic...

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    It's true, pretty much all the closed-end funds for MLPs (there are only a few others that I know of, notable the Tortoi...

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    I watched Perry for quite a while and he moves in and out of basically the same stocks and funds. If you get a copy of h...

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    Hey fellas. I have subscribed for a couple of months. Seems like a solid, well-researched, service. Holdings have tak...

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    Thanks Reuben -- yes, ETFs and Closed-End funds can also be used for investing in corporate bonds portfolios. For Close...

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    CEFs are closed-end funds, mutual funds that have a set number of shares and trade on an exchange, usually at either a d...

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    Cocoon; Perpetual Money Machine is a diversified mix of 8 CEF's (closed-end funds) paying 7-10% interest monthly. Ma...

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