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Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust

Fund Overview for Dividend & Income Trust


The Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust, or the Fund, is a diversified, closed-end management investment company whose objective is to provide a high level of total return.

Under normal market conditions, the Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in dividend paying or other income producing securities. In addition, under normal market conditions, at least 50% of the Fund's assets will consist of dividend paying equity securities. In making stock selections, the Fund's investment adviser looks for securities that have a superior yield and capital gains potential.

  The Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust

Fund Structure:   Closed End
Investment Style:   Dividend Income
Inception:   November 28, 2003
Portfolio Manager(s)

Gabelli Dividend & Income Trust Q&A for the Spin-Off of The Gabelli Global Small And Mid Cap Value Trust

Financial Engineering Playbook

 Recent White Paper written by Portfolio
 Manager Christopher J. Marangi

ESG Investing Basics

Explanation of ESG integration and benefits to investors

The Evolution of SRI

Recent White Paper written by Portfolio Managers Christopher C. Desmarais & Kevin V. Dreyer

Water Scarcity & Stewardship

Topic of water scarcity in ESG investing

ESG Investment & Business Case

In the News
July 30, 2014


Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges, and expenses of the Fund before investing. You can obtain more information about the Fund by calling 1-800-GABELLI (1-800-422-3554).

The Fund’s net asset value (“NAV”) per share will fluctuate with changes in the market value of the Fund’s portfolio securities. Stocks are subject to market, economic, and business risks that cause their prices to fluctuate. Investors acquire shares of the Fund on a securities exchange at market value, which fluctuates according to the dynamics of supply and demand.

Leverage Risk. The use of leverage, which can be described as exposure to changes in price at a ratio greater than the amount of equity invested, through the issuance of preferred shares, magnifies both the favorable and unfavorable effects of price movements in the investments made by the Fund. The Fund’s use of leverage in its investment operations subjects it to substantial risk of loss.