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BIF

BIF

Boulder Growth & Income
NYSE

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13.57
-0.06
-0.44%
Closed 16:00 09/16 EDT
OPEN
13.61
PREV CLOSE
13.63
HIGH
13.61
LOW
13.51
VOLUME
22.73K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
14.11
52 WEEK LOW
9.41
TOTAL ASSET
1.60B
YTD YIELD
-7.55%
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GuruFocus News · 08/04 16:38
Boulder Growth & Income Fund declares $0.102 dividend
Boulder Growth & Income Fund (BIF) declares $0.102/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous.Forward yield 3.06%Payable July 30; for shareholders of record July 23; ex-div July 22.See BIF Dividend Scorecard,
Seekingalpha · 05/12 21:25
Stocks That Hit 52-Week Highs On Monday
  This morning 792 companies reached new 52-week highs.
Benzinga · 05/10 15:26
Munis Set for Seventh Straight Year of Gains Amid Record Supply
The $3.9 trillion U.S. municipal bond market is on track to finish 2020 with returns of about 5.2%, marking the seventh straight year of gains and showcasing the rebound from a record selloff in March as fears about the pandemic’s fiscal fallout rattled investors.
Bloomberg · 12/30/2020 15:42
Equity CEFs: When Tech Is Cheap And Value Is Expensive
You know those technology stocks that have corrected 20% or more already.  Trying taking off another 11% to 13%.  Is that getting cheap enough for you?Then consider a value fund that just breached the 100% market price premium level.  Who in their right mind would buy that when you're looking at a 50% loss eventually?You want some more reasons to buy technology and sell value as fast as you can?  Try the fact that these technology funds are less volatile than the value fund.You heard that right.  Not only are these technology funds vastly cheaper, their NAVs will likely hold up better if we go into another market crash like in March.What funds am I talking about?  Equity-based CEFs of course.  No where will you find more insane decisions being made of what to buy and what to sell than in CEFs.
Seekingalpha · 09/21/2020 13:35
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  • Performance
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  • Dividend History
Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Day
-1.3428%
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1-Week
0.2408%
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1-Month
4.5188%
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3-Month
4.9673%
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6-Month
1.9253%
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YTD
-7.5527%
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1-Year
-0.1404%
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3-Year
4.6479%
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5-Year
8.6385%
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10-Year
8.8585%
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Since Inception
7.2886%
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Profile
Fund Name
Boulder Growth & Income
Inception Date
1972-12-07
Benchmark
S&P Composite 1500 TR
Advisor Company
Boulder Capital, LLC
Custodian
PNC Financial Services Group Inc
Manager
Horejsi/Looney