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Hi FoolStreet,

You might look at Muni-CEF's for Cal. I have several for AZ. Go to www.nuveen.com Then click on Closed-end funds. In there you can click on 'find a fund' and it will let you input various things (including state) and list the CEF's that match. There are quit a few for Cal. specific folks.

One that I recommended to a friend a while back is NKX. It is a triple-tax-exempt (fed; state; AMT) for Cal. that is yielding around 5%..

Spend some time surfing the site, they have many useful articles concerning Muni-bonds; allocation %, etc.

rk
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