I have looked and looked online, but am frustrated. I found out that the PIMCO commodity fund PCRIX pays dividends quarterly, but what I have not been able to find out is whether these are what I call "real" dividends, as in getting a few more shares without having the share price lowered to compensate.
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Got an answer to my question at the end of December, 2010. It is the "real" dividend. My total money in PCRIX went up 2 percent, due to increase in number of shares from the quarterly dividend. 2 percent times 4 equals 8 percent annual. Not bad.
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