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Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. (ZTR) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for September ...
Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. ( ZTR ) will begin trading ex-dividend on September 10, 2014. A cash dividend payment of $0.092 per share is scheduled to be paid on September 19, 2014.
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Here's What You Need to Know About the Pimco Stampede
The Wall Street Journal has reported that investors on Friday pulled out $10 billion from funds run by Pacific Investment Management Co.
The Bill Gross-PIMCO Saga: What The Blogosphere Thinks  Benzinga
Time To Chase Bill Gross?  iStockAnalyst (press release)
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The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. Declares Sep 14 Dividend of $0.09 (ZTR)
The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. logo The Zweig Total Return Fund (NYSE:ZTR) announced a sep 14 dividend on Tuesday, September 2nd, Analyst Ratings Network reports.
The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. Declares Distribution And Discloses ...  DigitalJournal.com
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Should Investors Chase After Bill Gross Again?
Bill Gross's stunning departure from Pimco, the bond-fund giant he co-founded, on Friday reminded investors of something many of them might rather not know: Returns and performance sound like the same thing but can be drastically different.
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Market Sell-Off Causes Jim Cramer to Give Worst Advice Ever
In it, I argue that investors should first determine their asset allocation and then consider buying three index funds directly from Vanguard: the Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSMX), the Total International Stock Index Fund (VGTSX) and the Total ...
Editor's Letter: October 2014
The mass affluent get the attention of advisors who want to sell them annuities or roll them over into IRAs and favored stocks and mutual funds, but afterwards those same advisors pull away because the client doesn't warrant more attention. The mass ...
Hong Kong police crackdown on protests
South China Morning Post commentator David Zweig wrote last week that Albert Ho, leader of the Democratic Party, had told him that he regularly told consular officials in Hong Kong about his party's plans, although he denied receiving strategic advice ...
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SEC Investigating Pimco Total Return ETF
Interestingly, a Journal article from last year highlighted the difference between the Total Return Fund (PTTRX) and the smaller ETF.
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The Trouble With Nasdaq and Hedge Funds
Zweig's piece is hardly conclusive, but it does provide a reader with a framework for viewing the stock that I haven't seen elsewhere.
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The Rise of Ultracheap Financial Advisers
Vanguard manages $3 trillion in mutual funds and exchange-traded funds for a pittance of 0.19% in average annual expenses.
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