AllianceBernstein Income Fund | ACG

AllianceBernstein Income Fund (ACG) is an actively managed closed end fund. The fund’s objective is to provide high current income and capital appreciation. This fixed income fund utilizes its assets to purchase high yielding government and corporate fixed income securities.

ACG Fund Profile

    AllianceBernstein Income Fund | ACG
  • Fund Inception Date: 08/28/1987
  • Ticker Symbol: ACG
  • CUSIP: 01881E101
  • Rank in category (YTD): 26%
  • Category: Taxable Income - Government
  • Yield: 5.57%
  • Effective Leverage: 32.30%
  • Capital Gains: -
  • Premium/ Discount: -10.35%
  • Base Expense Ratio: 0.57%
  • Net Assets: $ 2.90 billion
  • Annual Turnover Rate: 107.0%
AllianceBernstein Income Fund managed by Paul J. DeNoon, Gershon Distenfeld, Doug Peebles, and Kewjin Yuoh. This popular closed end fund has a high yield of 5.57%. This taxable bond fund has total annual expense ratio fee of 0.62% (including interest expense of 0.06%).

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Allianz Global Investors is part of Allianz. Allianz Global Investors is a diversified active investment manager, managing EUR 345 billion in assets for individuals, families and institutions worldwide. It offers mutual funds, managed accounts, closed end funds, institutional strategies, offshore funds, and premier Multi-Series VIT.

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Will Oil Stocks Outperform Airlines Stocks in 2015?

Will oil stocks outperform airlines stocks in 2015? No one knows this answer. However based on probability, oil stocks should outperform airlines stocks in 2015 due to their value. Top performing stocks in week 4 of 2015 are Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing, Major Airlines, etc.

This post will look into the top performing stocks, industry, and sector. The S&P 500 index has a weekly return of 1.62%. NASDAQ Composite has a weekly return of2.66%. Dow Jones Industrials Average has a weekly return of 0.94%. The small cap (Russell 2000) has a return of 1.05%.

Oil vs. Airline Stocks

Best weekly performance of industry stocks of week 4, 2015 (January 19, 2015 – January 18, 2015) are:
    Airline vs Oil Stocks
  1. Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing 11.45%
  2. Major Airlines 11.32%
  3. Regional Airlines 10.10%
  4. Diversified Communication Services 9.96%
  5. Publishing – Books 9.43%
  6. Specialty Eateries 8.88%
  7. Photographic Equipment & Supplies 7.99%
  8. Catalog & Mail Order Houses 7.73%
  9. Synthetics 7.44%
  10. Internet Information Providers 6.74%