Closed-End Fund Might Warrant a Place In Your Portfolio

Jalene Hahn |

As investors continue to look for increased yield, I have noticed a lot more interest in closed-end funds. The concept of closed-end funds has been around since 1893, 30 years before the advent of open-end mutual funds and long before the introduction of exchange-traded funds. A “closed” mutual fund may be closed to all new investment or just to new investors. It may be closed permanently or just temporarily.

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