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Recently (last three months), AGIC has continued to be rewarding (28% annualized), while EVV has headed in another direction (0% annualized).

So AGIC went up 6% in 3 months, and EVV did nothing (including dividends)?

I just want to make sure I understand what you are saying... using annualized returns for 3 month periods seems strange to me and is obfuscating the point you are trying to highlight. I think.

Also, NVC is a California muni fund, not a convert fund (by it's title)... are you giving the right tickers? You mean NCV? Is that the reason you are getting bad numbers?

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