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The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. Declares Distribution And Discloses Sources ...
NEW YORK, Aug. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. (NYSE: ZTR) today announced a monthly distribution of $0.091 per share, payable on August 18, 2014, to shareholders of record on August 11, 2014 (ex-date August 7, 2014).
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Charley Ellis: Active managers take 100% of your gains
Jason Zweig, The Wall Street Journal columnist, recently wrote at length about Charley's latest contribution to investment industry research.
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WSJ's Zweig: Active Stock Fund Managers Heading Way of Dodo Bird
The underperformance of actively-managed stock mutual funds doesn't bode well for their future, says Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig. "Active fund management is outmoded, and a lot of stock pickers are going to have to find something else to ...
Active Versus Passive Is the Wrong Question
Two weeks ago I asked, Do Active Funds Have a Future? Several readers found that to be a silly question. There are good funds of each flavor, they argued. Rather than pit active funds against passive funds, I should distinguish between deserving funds ...
The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. (ZTR) Declares Monthly Dividend of $0.09
The Zweig Total Return Fund, Inc. logo The Zweig Total Return Fund (NYSE:ZTR) declared a monthly dividend on Monday, August 4th, AnalystRatings.
Taming the Corporate Beast
The Washington-based International Labor Rights Fund (ILRF) and Global Exchange, which is based in San Francisco, summarized the legal complaint of the former child slaves on the cocoa plantations as follows: �Plaintiffs, aged 12 to 14 when first ...
5 Investing Myths May Stop You From Retiring On Time
According to CNN Money writer Jason Zweig, it's this dopamine rush that causes us to �play lotto, invest in IPOs, keep too much money in too few stocks and invest with active portfolio managers instead of index funds.� The next time you read about a ...
The Decline and Fall of Fund Managers
The debate about whether you should hire an �active� fund manager who tries to beat the market by buying the best stocks and avoiding the worst�or a �passive� index fund that simply matches the market by holding all the stocks�is over. So says ...
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The Demise Of Active Management Is Greatly Exaggerated
The average U.S. equity fund has an annual expense of around 1.37% and the index can be accessed for around 0.2%. The 120 basis point spread dooms many mutual funds to underperformance. Ironically, Warren Buffett is being used as a supporter of ...
September looms, but this round number doesn't feel so toppy
Enjoy 2,000 and all the spoils that are supposed to come along with it, because we have just a few more days before the most dreaded of all months for stocks is upon us.