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There are 4 closed-end mutual funds focusing on energy MLPs that are trading at 22-23% discounts.

I am looking to reduce positions in certain industries, like banks, that grown to a percentage of my portfolios that I would like to reduce.

One problem is where to put the money. These MLP funds look attractive at first glance due to the discount to NAV and the fact that energy seems to be rebounding, at least for now.

I have heard that these funds avoid the hassle of K-1's and the expense of UTBI.

Any thoughts?
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