Closed-End Funds (CEFs) can be an exciting investment option for individual investors looking for the potential to earn exceptional returns — but they can also be more dangerous than their better known exchange-traded fund (ETF) and mutual fund cousins! A foundation in the basics of CEF investing can help set you up for success. Feel free to check out the links below to learn more about what makes CEFs unique and for some ideas as to how you might consider including them in your portfolio:
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