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|Subject: Re: Bond Stocks||Date: 9/1/2001 9:54 AM|
|Author: arlr||Number: 2044 of 35992|
---EVJ and MUJ? (The info I got from him was not sufficient and I am very skeptical of any suggestions full service broker's make)---
These are CEF's (Closed End Mutual Funds).
They are listed like stock, and can be traded like stock at the listed value.
Normally very little information (except current selling price and activity) is given about the shares except by prospectus.
CEF's trade at a discount or priemium to NAV.
You can get more info about CEF's from the following site
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