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Muni Funds- Some help are needed
Old 10-07-2006, 11:16 AM   #1
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Muni Funds- Some help are needed

I have some experience investing in mutual funds, individual stocks, options and futures. However, I have limited knowledge about Muni Funds.

Iíd like to start buying some muniís for safety and income and would appreciate your input. For example, I was looking into Nuveen muni bond (NUVBX) which yields 3.7% and Nuveen closed-end fund (NPT) with 5.5% yield but kind of clueless. I use Nuveen as an example but could be Troweprice, vanguard, etc.

Any comments would be appreciated,

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