The Closed End Fund market is popular with individual investors due to their relatively high yields, active management, discount valuations and portfolio resilience as CEFs don’t have to sell assets during periods of outflows.
Below is a subset of our CEF commentary at Systematic Income Premium.
- CEF Allocation Considerations
- Building Resilient CEF Portfolios
- CEF Margin-Of-Safety Investing
- Ways To Mitigate The Risk Of Distribution Cuts
- CEF Allocation Approaches
- Understanding CEF Fee Structure
- Fair-Value Discounts In CEFs
- Generating Alpha with CEFs
- CEF Distribution Coverage Primer
- What Makes a ‘Quality’ CEF?
- CEF Manager Alpha
- Relative Value CEF Opportunities
- Drivers Of CEF Distribution Cuts
- Opportunities in Cross-Credit CEFs
- Are CEFs Good Dry Powder Assets?
- Dividend Capture In CEFs
- Target-term CEFs as Lower Duration Options
- Own CEFs For The Right Reasons
- Distribution Forecasting For CEFs With MDPs
- How Market Tilts Explain CEF Performance
- CEF Analysis Hazards
- The Role Of Swaps In PIMCO CEF Earnings
- Misplaced Focus On ROC
- Beware of the CEF ‘Free Lunch’
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