Alpine Funds(6)

Looking for Dividend Growers

Alpine Dynamic Dividend Fund

Apr 11, 2013

Companies in general that pay dividend are better manager of capital and have a discipline of rewarding shareholders. Brian Hennessey and his team looks for companies around the world that are increasing free cash flows and are expanding and willing to share their financial success with shareholders.

A Conventional Option for Unconventional Times

Alpine Ultra Short Tax Optimized Income Fund

US> Small-Cap > Value

Apr 10, 2013

Municipal and other tax-exempt securities offer a stable income stream that is attractive to many investors. Steven Shachat and his team manage a fund with a core mission to deliver superior tax-exempt income stream with a low volatility in the net asset value.

Real Opportunities in REITs

Alpine Realty Income & Growth Fund

GL> Natural Resources/Materials >

Mar 22, 2013

In the last four decades real estate as an asset class has expanded and evolved with sophisticated opportunities. Despite the economic headwinds in the last five years, segments of real estate sector have managed to increase earnings and valuation as more renters seek residences and office markets remain strong near Silicon Valley and in New York City.

In Search of Income

Alpine Ultra Short Tax Optimized Income Fund

US> Small-Cap > Value

Mar 06, 2012

With interest rates at historic lows and global markets ridden with heightened volatility, fixed-income fund managers are increasingly facing the challenge to find debt securities that are likely to generate better-than-average returns. At Alpine Funds, Steven C. Shachat looks for short-term debt that combines safety in principal with attractive valuation and the potential to maximize income to maturity.

Global Dividends

Alpine Dynamic Dividend Fund

Apr 29, 2008

Portfolio diversification can help ensure stable returns, even in uncertain times. That's why the Alpine Dynamic Dividend Fund invests across industries with stocks ranging from small to large capitalizations with the objective to achieve a high level of qualified dividend income and capital appreciation for total return.

Not Your Typical REIT Fund

Alpine Income & Growth Fund

US> Small-Cap > Value

Nov 20, 2003

Styles go in and out of favor, but the returns of the Alpine Realty Income & Growth portfolio have remained pretty tangible like the assets of the companies Bob Gadsden invests in. Since its inception in 1999, the fund is ranked 2nd out of 106 in its peer group and doubled its investors’ money. The manager told Ticker how the REIT world delivered both income and growth in a period of record low bond yields and a record long stock market slump.