Knowing when to fold 'em isn't just for poker players

Karchmer, Jennifer; Harris, Elizabeth E.
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/22/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30583, p9
Trade Publication
Presents the strategies of selected fund managers on selling a credit. Includes Van Kampen Funds municipal investing co-director Richard Ciccarone's avoidance of reactions to market movements and failing credits; BankBoston Funds Management Director David Thompson's exit strategy; Prudential Investments Municipal Bonds Managing Director Peter Allegrini's move to know when to sell credits.


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