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Zweig Fund, Inc. (ZF) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for October 09, 2014
Zweig Fund, Inc. ( ZF ) will begin trading ex-dividend on October 09, 2014. A cash dividend payment of $0.256 per share is scheduled to be paid on October 21, 2014.
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The Zweig Fund SVP Carlton Neel Purchases 11000 Shares (ZF)
The Zweig Fund, Inc. logo The Zweig Fund (NYSE:ZF) SVP Carlton Neel purchased 11,000 shares of The Zweig Fund stock in a transaction dated Friday, October 17th.
Insider Buying: Carlton Neel Purchases 11000 Shares of The Zweig Fund Stock ...  Watch List News (press release)
Carlton Neel Buys 5000 Shares of The Zweig Total Return Fund Stock (ZTR)  WKRB News
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Insider Buying: Carlton Neel Buys 11000 Shares of The Zweig Fund Stock (ZF)
The Zweig Fund, Inc. logo The Zweig Fund (NYSE:ZF) SVP Carlton Neel acquired 11,000 shares of the company's stock on the open market in a transaction dated Friday, October 17th.
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The Zweig Fund, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.26 (ZF)
The Zweig Fund, Inc. logo The Zweig Fund (NYSE:ZF) announced a quarterly dividend on Thursday, October 2nd, Stock Ratings Network reports.
The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. Declares Monthly Dividend of $0.09 (ZTR)  Intercooler
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The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. Declares Distribution And Discloses Sources ...
NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. ZTR, -0.75% today announced a monthly distribution of $0.089 per share, payable on October 21, 2014, to shareholders of record on October 14, 2014 (ex-date October 9, 2014).
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Wealth Adviser: Reaching Out to Nontraditional Investors
His firm purchased exchange-traded funds that invest in the pharmaceutical, energy and technology sectors, he tells The Wall Street Journal.
Wealth Adviser: A Death Rattle for �Two and 20″
He's referring to the hefty charges traditionally paid by investors in venture capital and private-equity funds. Writing on Wealth Adviser at WSJ.
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.
Here's What You Need to Know About the Pimco Stampede  TIME
The Bill Gross-PIMCO Saga: What The Blogosphere Thinks  Benzinga
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Recap: Another Rough Start for Stocks
Investors are worried about the possibility of a snap election early next year, with anti-European Union parties leading the polls, and traders say there's effectively a buyers' strike, with funds unwilling to step back into the market amid so much ...
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The 10-Point.
Our columnist Jason Zweig raises some interesting questions about the withdrawals, and finds quite a quandary for large investors who might seek to pull all their money out at once.