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Hello all!

I've enjoyed reading the posts on this new board, and have been buying some of the recommendations after doing my own research. One rec from the '7 Paying 7' was for the T. Rowe Price High Yield. My first thought was to consider buying shares of the fund itself. Then I read a post asking how to buy it as stock. It would seem that buying it as a stock transaction (is this also considered an ETF?) would introduce some additional volatility. I could understand doing so if the fund itself were closed, but this one isn't. Also could understand buying the stock if you don't have the minimum opening amount. But what other reasons would you give for pursuing either course?

Randi Sl.
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