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Re: NRO tender

40% of shareowners tendering and 37% ‘acceptance ratio’! A bit better than my prediction of 33% tender ‘acceptance ratio. I like it. I guess a lot of
Joshua Massey
Jan 10
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3275

Re: NRO tender

Looks like 40% signed up and a bit over 1/3 will be accepted. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/neuberger-berman-real-estate-securities-194500767.html
xerty24
Jan 10
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3274

Re: NRO tender

I hope you are right. I would guess around 25% to 30% George..
quant_invest
Jan 9
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3273

Re: JFC liquidation

Hi Josh: JFC said in the release: "The Board is currently analyzing considerations regarding the timing and format of this proposal. The Board will provide
lennyb3000
Jan 6
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3272

Re: JFC liquidation

Lenny, How do you read it that the JFC Board is further delaying the process? I agree the Board has delayed the process to this point but it would seem they
Joshua Massey
Jan 6
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3271

NRO tender

Regarding the NRO tender, what will the 'acceptance' ratio be for tendered shares? I'm guessing 33%, i.e. 1000 shares tendered and 330 shares accepted @ 98%
Joshua Massey
Jan 6
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3270

Re: KEF annual meeting

I assume that everyone knows JFC has decided to liquidate, not having much choice.
lennyb3000
Jan 3
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3269

Lingering Death of Black Rock 2008 Term Trusts

Would you believe I actually got small liquidation amounts today from several Black Rock term trusts that liquidated in 2008. Nothing big; highest was $36.41.
lennyb3000
Dec 29, 2016
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3268

Estimating ERC proration

Although never posted my ZF proration estimate of 15% was spot on so let me be bold and estimate ERC's at 27%. My calculation is 35% hedge fund sure to tender
arbcefs
Dec 28, 2016
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3267

Re: Computing CTF's NAV on Dec 20th

I think I am getting 2 obsessive, but the NAV went up .02. Enough?
lennyb3000
Dec 28, 2016
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3266

Re: Computing CTF's NAV on Dec 20th

Yes Lenny, it was the .09 dividend (div was .06 for CFD) Their assets still imply a NAV of 14.04 , shouldn't their 1M in windows costs be in the NAV since
arbcefs
Dec 28, 2016
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3265

Re: Computing CTF's NAV on Dec 20th

After remaining constant for several days, the NAV dropped .09 this evening. would you know if this is the .09 div you spoke of to be paid 12/29, or an actual
lennyb3000
Dec 27, 2016
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3263

Information only ....

Good Evening.... ... Status report: http://tinyurl.com/gppow49 KMF performing to projections. Currently, I show KMF with a MktPrc of 15.65 with a intrinsic
xpsedf
Dec 22, 2016
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3262

Re: Computing CTF's NAV on Dec 20th

I spoke to someone and there is approximately around $1 mln of expenses that are being accrued for the winding down of the fund. That represents the
mike212581
Dec 22, 2016
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3261

Re: Computing CTF's NAV on Dec 20th

Thanks Mike Yes, I'm suspecting it's the wind down costs which are included in the NAV if they're known. Not related but they are issuing a .09 dividend on the
arbcefs
Dec 21, 2016
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