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  • mullalarmbereitschaft mullalarmbereitschaft Feb 19, 2012 2:35 AM Flag


    WTF are you talking about?
    Shareholder dilution doesn't happen because you're open ended!
    98% of funds are open ended.

    In fact, because they pay more than they earn, secondaries or 'rights' deals are INEVITABLE on ZTR.
    Rights you Must subscribe to or you Will be diluted.
    such as 2010.
    because it will almost always be trading at a significant discount, shareholders can't get what it's worth/

    Did those greedy ZTR mgt types send you?
    if not you're just a stupid POS.

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    • It still takes shareholder approval to change from closed to open end. I voted last time to remain closed and will do it again. If you prefer open funds, then that is what you should invest in. I prefer closed and have owned this for yrs. Thanks

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