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Cornerstone Total Return Fund, Inc. (CRF)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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13.31-0.29 (-2.13%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
13.32 +0.01 (+0.08%)
After hours: 07:58PM EST
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  • R
    RollTide
    Buy the dip!!!
    Bullish
  • l
    lordoflys
    Somebody (organization) is borrowing my CRF shares, which indicate to me that there is a squeeze on this fund. Anybody aware of this? I may pull the shares back as this fund is helping me thru retirement.
  • B
    BSWELL36
    I haven’t been paid my dividend for CRF for December. I hold both CLM and CRF. CLM paid. Any idea what’s going on?
  • R
    R F
    49% premium wow.
  • a
    america first
    i always get my divy's , but then again i been a shareholder since the 2008 crash ..... you need to check the ex divy date , ....... and yes to borrowed shares , there is a SIP program for shareholders , you may have clicked the box for the program in your account .......... i am trying to get to 1,000 a month in divy's
  • t
    timothy
    Does anyone have any idea when the most recent DRIP and it's cost/share show up in accounts in view of the fact CLM has posted?
  • A
    Anonymous
    On eve of ex-dividend day, shares are sporting a 45% premium! NAV 9.70,
  • L
    Lester
    Diane, looks good, should be 14 by the end of the month, this is a great buy right now, normally it runs 40 cents per share under CLM, right now, I only wish I could buy more
  • A
    Alpha Investor
    Will be trading at $17/share by the end of next week.
  • E
    Eric
    Hello, i hold both CLM and CRF for the long run and enjoy benefiting from the DRIP and NAV since this has been trading at a hefty premium. This is the first time i have heard of this benefit and am curious of any other CEF/ETF's that currently hold a premium and allow you to DRIP at NAV as i have had no luck researching any articles about this. Thank you!
  • D
    David ddskof
    Nice dividend play. It looks like many investors are anticipating an increase. Even without it, it's high.
  • D
    David ddskof
    January 13th x-date for a piece of that fat monthly dividend. Funds like to show full investment at the end of the year and this one makes their return look good. I think it'll go up as it approaches the middle of January, then about a bit of a pullback.
  • S
    Steve
    Broad market sell off underway. Gonna be a bloody week all around. Hold the storm and find stocks like CRF CLM lose 20% of stock price only to rebound all of 2022.
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    has anyone held this long enough to where their cost basis has gone to zero?
  • R
    Robert
    I don't understand why investors are paying an approximate 40% premium for these shares. With a distribution of 15% annually, it would take 2.5 years to just pay for the 40% premium (before taxes). After tax, it would probably be 5 years to pay for the premium. I can understand if it were a 10-15% premium, but 40%? What gives? I think the price will fall soon to within 10-15% of the NAV of 9.95. Or they will do another share offering that will drive the price down to closer to the 9.95 NAV.
    Bearish
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    Anonymous
    Noticed today that NAV has fallen to 9.95 for CRF. The shares closed at 13.80. That gives a big spread of nearly 40%. Even with the distribution of 15% it is a lot to pay for these shares and history of this company clearly tells you that. (Look at the charts for various periods of time. Patient investors will be able to buy these shares for less that a 10% premium most likely in the next 12 months. Our solution: We book the huge capital gain by selling high. We'll be back when the shares get low. History and time are on our side. We take a lot less risk. You can collect 10% dividend in many funds and not pay a big premium.
  • j
    jack
    Anyone can kindly explain what mean by DRIP? Thx.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Cornerstone Total Return Fund is up 5.08% to 13.37
  • R
    R F
    44% premium, pass.
  • T
    Terry
    This sort of 3 day pounding, on no published news, doesn't make any sense. Maybe news of earlier RS out soon? I know it was way ahead of NAV but still??????????????
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