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ETFs vs. Closed-End Funds: A Comparison

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    • Learn to Invest
    • September 9, 2019

    What do you think of closed-end funds? Do you think they are worth investing in?

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    • Antony
    • September 9, 2019

    Jimmy, love your channel. It would be great to see more on closed-end funds, I would be particularly interested in your opinion on Tri-Continental Corp (TY).

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    • Martin Franks World
    • September 9, 2019

    Love it. Let's do a deeper dive. Just got an inexpensive diver watch.

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    • Jin Liu
    • September 9, 2019

    Thank you so much for the REITs and CEF videos. Would definitely love to see a deep dive into both!

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    • Sir Percival
    • September 9, 2019

    "RVT" – ROYCE VALUE TRUST ??

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    • Walt Hodgson
    • September 9, 2019

    Thoughts on CLM and CRF?

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    • animevideos
    • September 9, 2019

    Hello sir, are you into investment banking ? I realize that a lot of your videos has a lot of details and a lot of graphs. Especially the detail they way you do it is like a presentation which is very good and since it's a profession I'm interested in I was wondering if that's the case.

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    • old school nomad
    • September 9, 2019

    CEF's are an excellent tool to create income at retirement as most have a beta less than 1 there prices don't swing wildly. For an investor that is not close to retirement I would recommend other investments that may have better overall growth rates but it would not hurt to have 1 or 2 CEF's in an IRA that you can use the high dividend to build up a savings account so you can sell off some of the CEF to invest in a discounted position even though you have maxed out your IRA contribution for the year.

    Also most CEF fees are factored in prior to the dividend being paid so you really don't see the fee reducing your amount invested.

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    • Olaf Olaf
    • September 9, 2019

    I like my ADX CEF. They have a great distribution history! The fees are 0.54%. We haven't this kind of investment in Germany.

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    • Richard King
    • September 9, 2019

    Great tutorial…thank you. If you examine a CEF in a future video, could you expand on the topic of leverage within the CEF? This is not something I expected to worry about. Thanks again.

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    • Bobby Lehrer
    • September 9, 2019

    Is there an easy way to calculate the NAV of one of these closed end funds?

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    • Toys Time
    • September 9, 2019

    REML buy it and enjoy the ride

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    • Mike's Personal Finance
    • September 9, 2019

    Interesting, I never really looked into closed end funds. Thanks for explaining

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    • Wolf of Ives
    • September 9, 2019

    Yo I've been looking for a video like this, but nobody really talks about closed needed finds! Thanks for clearing this one up!

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    • Shaw Academy
    • September 9, 2019

    Thanks for the ideas ? We are putting out similar educational content on our new Youtube channel, so please check them out and let us know if you would like us to add more videos!

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    • David Cirelli
    • September 9, 2019

    That's the bulk of my portfolio, along with REITS.

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    • Suraj Rambhia
    • September 9, 2019

    Thanks for a great video Jimmy. One question, I was trying to look up the NAV for ECF. Is that a value that has to be calculated? Because I couldn't find it online… maybe I wasnt looking in the right place

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