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  • Thu, Nov. 10, 12:51 PM
    • Nuveen CA AMT-Free Municipal Income Fund (NYSE:NKX) - $0.0670.
    • Nuveen CA Municipal Value Fund (NYSE:NCA) - $0.0360.
    • Nuveen CA Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio (NYSE:NXC) - $0.0525.
    • Nuveen CA Municipal Value Fund 2 (NYSE:NCB) - $0.0600.
    • Nuveen NY AMT-Free Municipal Income Fund (NYSE:NRK) - $0.0555.
    • Nuveen NY Dividend Advantage Municipal Fund (NYSE:NAN) - $0.0605.
    • Nuveen NY Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio (NYSE:NXN) - $0.0460.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund (NYSE:NNY) - $0.0325.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund 2 (NYSE:NYV) - $0.0525.
    • Payable Dec. 1; for shareholders of record Nov. 15; ex-div Nov. 10.
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    | Thu, Nov. 10, 12:51 PM
  • Fri, Oct. 7, 8:40 AM
    • Nuveen NY AMT-Free Municipal Income Fund (NYSE:NRK) - $0.0555.
    • Nuveen NY Dividend Advantage Municipal Fund (NYSE:NAN) - $0.0605.
    • Nuveen NY Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio (NYSE:NXN) - $0.0460.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund (NYSE:NNY) - $0.0325.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund 2 (NYSE:NYV) - $0.0525.
    • Payable Nov. 1; for shareholders of record Oct. 14; ex-div Oct. 12.
    • Press Release
    | Fri, Oct. 7, 8:40 AM
  • Tue, Sep. 13, 10:45 AM
    • Nuveen NY AMT-Free Municipal Income Fund (NYSE:NRK) - $0.0555.
    • Nuveen NY Dividend Advantage Municipal Fund (NYSE:NAN) - $0.0605.
    • Nuveen NY Select Tax-Free Income Portfolio (NYSE:NXN) - $0.0460.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund (NYSE:NNY) - $0.0325.
    • Nuveen NY Municipal Value Fund 2 (NYSE:NYV) - $0.0525.
    • Payable Oct. 3; for shareholders of record Sept. 15; ex-div Sept. 13.
    • Press Release
    | Tue, Sep. 13, 10:45 AM
  • Thu, Aug. 11, 3:34 AM
    • New York City's economy slowed in Q2 with drops in job creation and personal income tax revenues contributing to the slowest pace of activity since Q4 of 2013.
    • "This report confirms that our recovery is no longer gaining steam," NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer said in a statement.
    • The 1.7% increase in gross city product still managed to outpace overall U.S. GDP, where the advance second quarter figure showed a 1.2% increase.
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    | Thu, Aug. 11, 3:34 AM | 1 Comment
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  • Dec. 28, 2013, 8:30 AM
    • A tripling of the market over the last five years has made it a difficult environment for value investors looking for ideas, writes Tsachy Mishal; difficult, but not impossible. Mishal has recently put money to work in four new investments:
    • Air Products & Chemicals (APD) has a lot more in common with Bill Ackman's successful moves than it does with boners like J.C. Penney and Herbalife, says Mishal. The appointment of a CEO in Q1 should be a catalyst, he says, as the new chief lays out his strategy and Ackman makes public his detailed investment thesis.
    • Trading at a steep 20% discount to book value, Annaly Capital (NLY) is the victim of year-end tax-loss selling and the fear of the effect of higher rates on book value, says Mishal. But the year is nearly over, and Annaly management has lowered leverage, hedged its book, and diversified into CMBS - it's well-positioned against further rate increases.
    • Eastman Chemical (EMN) has spent the past few quarters paying down debt from an acquisition, says Mishal, but starting in Q1 should begin using its ample cash flow to aggressively buy back stock. Management has an EPS goal of $7 in 2014 and $8 in 2015, and is on the record as saying acquisition targets are too expensive. That leaves share repurchases. Against his long in Eastman, Mishal is short ALB, CE, DD, DOW, and FMC.
    • Municipal bond closed-end funds are getting it from both sides - fears of higher rates and credit worries. Throw tax-loss selling into the mix and many are now trading at near-10% discounts to NAV and yielding almost 7% - the taxable equivalent of over 10%. "Municipal bonds offer the best after-tax, risk-adjusted return of any asset class." He's long: NRK, VMO, VKQ, PMO, NAN.
    | Dec. 28, 2013, 8:30 AM | 16 Comments
  • Jun. 27, 2013, 4:51 PM
    Gundlach: Tell us how you really feel, Jeff. "TIPS (TIP) are probably the worst asset class in the U.S. ... I have talked myself blue in the face (previous) trying to get investors not to buy (them)." Given their recent big declines, he doesn't hate them as much as a few weeks ago, but he's still not a buyer. On municipals (MUB), he's a buyer, particularly in closed-end funds who've been doubly whacked thanks to growing discounts to NAV. A sampling of muni CEFs: NIO, NVG, BTT, NPM, NRK, MUC, VCV, NEA.
    | Jun. 27, 2013, 4:51 PM | 3 Comments
  • Jun. 26, 2013, 3:34 PM
    With today's gain, the iShares AMT-Free Muni Bond ETF (MUB +2.1%) has its biggest two-day rally since the financial crisis. but is still off more than 5% YTD. "We are taking advantage of this very opportunistic time," says Cumberland's David Kotok, reiterating a bullish stance he's had for a couple of weeks. "We see no more attractive alternatives."
    | Jun. 26, 2013, 3:34 PM | 3 Comments
  • Jun. 13, 2013, 9:20 AM

    Municipals (MUB) are a buy, writes David Kotok, noting an above-4% yield for very high-grade tax-free muni paper - a taxable equivalent yield above 7%. He suggests fixed-income markets (AGG, BNDhave overreacted to the poor communication policies of central banks. "We are now lengthening duration ... If the market wants to give us bargains, our job is to take them." Some closed end muni funds at discounts to NAV: NIO, NVG, BTT, NPM, NRK, MUC, VCV, NEA.

    | Jun. 13, 2013, 9:20 AM