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Closed-end Bond Funds

These are sort of like a closed-end mutual fund. The shares are bought and sold on stock exchanges.

Look for high-yielding funds that are selling at a discount. This means that the fundís holdings are worth more than the price reflected in the current share price.

A fund whose shares are trading at a price that is higher than the value of the holdings of the fund is said to be selling at a premium, and are to be avoided. These can sometimes be difficult to evaluate, and so should only be invested in after consulting with a trusted broker.

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