Thanx for the tip on BBZ. I did some research and this is what I came up with. BBZ is a closed end Mutual Fund that invests in International Investment grade Corporate and Govertment Bonds. The price has recently been pushed down due to a rights offering where holders of rights were entitled to buy additional shares at only $6.15. Naturally many bought shares at that low price, not to mention those who tried to do some arbritrage. Many of those who bought at $6.15 are dumping shares for cheap now. When all of these short term players are out the stock should easily be at least $7 / share. It is paying .07 per moth dividend even at $7 this is a 12% return. Before the rights offering this stock was trading in the $8 range. Because the rights offering did dilute the stock I don't thnk we will see $8 again. However, $7.50 is not unreasonable to expect. The recent price has been 6 3/8 - 6 7/16 You even get a 12% + dividend while you wait for the stock to recover. Whether you buy this for the dividend, or just waiting till the price recovers from the rights offering, good luck investing.