Like I posted last week I'm not a Math wizard but if you owned both CLM and CFP prior to the merger all you really need to do is add up everything you paid for each incl. broker fees and divide by the number of shares you have now and you have your total cost per share you have now and from there it's simple to find out what Dividend % is, also if you are able to hold onto it for five years you've got your investment money back in Divies and less some small loss in principal because of Right Offerings your going to be pretty satisfied with the outcome!!!! I'm sure I'll get some criticism but a couple thousand a month really helps us middle incomers.
They used the NAV from the 26th which was quite a bit lower than the actual price of each of the Cornerstone Shares, correct!!!!! I don't trust most government departments but I don't think the S.E.C. would let a screwing like that pass.
I'v been in all three for years and I think the only thing I learned is not to buy when the price per share is higher than the NAV, check on Mourningstar and it shows what the last NAV is. Their are a sever people on this board who are very knowledgeable on Conerstone Funds though!!!