When investors think closed-end funds, the word discount often comes to mind.
Part 1 of our special two-part series presented common misconceptions about investing in closed-end funds. In Part 2, we dig a little deeper, testing your knowledge about some of the choices frequently facing closed-end fund shareholders that may be unfamiliar, even confusing.
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