These advisors have identified their practice as specializing to some degree in the analysis and selection of closed-end funds.
Before you select an advisor you should have a thorough discussion regarding fees, professional accreditations and expectations. Many experts recommend that you also ask for references and speak with other investors served by a prospective advisor. Only once you are satisfied that you are fully aware of the credentials of an advisor, should you make a decision to invest with an advisor.
The list above is provided solely to assist in the selection of investment advisors that specialize in closed-end funds. It does not imply any recommendation to use, or accreditation of, any advisor by the Closed-End Fund Association. The Closed-End Fund Association makes no warranties whatsoever, and does not sponsor or promote any of the closed-end funds, financial advisors or third-party organizations that might be viewed at our website, either directly at the site or through hyperlinks.