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                     $$$$$$$$$$  CORNERSTONE PROGRESSIVE RETURN FUND  $$$$$$$$$$                                       


The Fund makes monthly distributions to shareholders at a rate that may include periodic distributions of its net income and net capital gains, ("Net Earnings"), or from return-of-capital. If, for any fiscal year where total cash distributions exceeded Net Earnings (the "Excess"), the Excess would decrease the Fund's total assets and, as a result, would have the likely effect of increasing the Fund's expense ratio. There is a risk that the total Net Earnings from the Fund's portfolio would not be great enough to offset the amount of cash distributions paid to Fund shareholders. If this were to be the case, the Fund's assets would be depleted, and there is no guarantee that the Fund would be able to replace the assets. In addition, in order to make such distributions, the Fund may have to sell a portion of its investment portfolio at a time when independent investment judgment might not dictate such action. Furthermore, such assets used to make distributions will not be available for investment pursuant to the Fund's investment objective.


Cornerstone Advisors, Inc. (the "Adviser") believes that there are significant opportunities available through investment in closed-end funds. In addition to holding closed-end funds that invest substantially all of their assets in equity securities, the Adviser may also choose to take advantage of situations in funds that invest in fixed income or other investment categories. Closed-end funds, with their broadly diversified holdings, enhance diversification within the Fund's portfolio.

Investing in other investment companies involves substantially the same risks as investing directly in the underlying instruments, but the total return on such investments at the investment company level is reduced by the operating expenses and fees of such other investment companies, including advisory fees. To the extent the Fund invests its assets in investment company securities, those assets will be subject to the risks of the purchased investment company's portfolio securities, and a shareholder in the Fund will bear not only his proportionate share of the expenses of the Fund, but also, indirectly the expenses of the purchased investment company. There can be no assurance that the investment objective of any investment company in which the Fund invests will be achieved.

Cornerstone Progressive Return Fund is traded on the NYSE Amex LLC under the trading symbol "CFP." The Fund's Adviser serves as investment adviser to two other closed-end funds, Cornerstone Strategic Value Fund, Inc. (NYSE Amex: CLM) and Cornerstone Total Return Fund, Inc. (NYSE Amex: CRF).

Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. An investment in the Fund is subject to certain risks, including market risk. In general, shares of closed-end funds often trade at a discount from their net asset value and at the time of sale may be trading on the exchange at a price that is more or less than the original purchase price or the net asset value. An investor should carefully consider the Fund's investment objective, risks, charges and expenses. Please read the Fund's disclosure documents before investing.

In addition to historical information, this release contains forward-looking statements which may concern, among other things, domestic and foreign markets, industry and economic trends and developments and government regulation and their potential impact on the Fund's investment portfolio. These statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, including the factors set forth in the Fund's disclosure documents, filed with the SEC, and actual trends, developments and regulations in the future, and their impact on the Fund could be materially different from those projected, anticipated or implied. The Fund has no obligation to update or revise forward-looking statements.

Contact:
Cornerstone Progressive Return Fund

(513) 326-3597


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Recent & Upcoming Dividend Payouts for CFP

Amount Ex-Dividend Date Record Date Pay Date Declare Date Qualified? [?] Type
$0.0854 9/12/2013 9/16/2013 9/30/2013 5/17/2013 Unknown Regular
$0.0854 8/13/2013 8/15/2013 8/30/2013 5/17/2013 Unknown Regular
$0.0854 7/11/2013 7/15/2013 7/31/2013 5/17/2013 Unknown Regular
$0.0854 6/12/2013 6/14/2013 6/28/2013 2/8/2013 Unknown Regular


 


 

      
 
      General Information About CFP


Incredibly, as of October 21, 2012, it appears that Cornerstone
has no website. Please let me know if you find one.  


Articles About CFP

  High Cost of High Distributions   Seeking Alpha Oct 2012 

  CFP: An Overcrowded Short   Seeking Alpha Dec 2009

  Premium CEFs Seeing Bubbles Burst   Seeking Alpha  Oct 2012


more to come...
                      


 

CFP From Sept 10, 2007 IPO
 

Stock Ticker: CFP
Net Asset Value Ticker (NAV): XCFPX

 

Risk of distribution reduction may be high with CFP in the opinion of this moderator (bar1080). I'm neither long nor short in CFP. I recommend not buying it. Material on this page is for informational purposes only. The author is not an investment professional. Consult your investment advisor and company filings for more information. Other moderators may differ from my views.  

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#232   Great start for the week! CLM nycrew 08/28/17 09:56:08 PM
#231   Nice support on the weekly chart in the nycrew 08/24/17 04:56:46 PM
#230   Are you still in this? GrooveMaster 11/05/16 02:38:43 AM
#229   Looks to me like it'll be in line jrcookie 04/15/15 09:47:08 PM
#228   Anyone know about the upcoming CFP & CLM towerclimber92 04/07/15 03:19:10 AM
#227   I sold all prior to the R/S to capt AL 02/12/15 10:05:12 AM
#226   ditto. got a position today in time for jrcookie 02/09/15 08:48:07 PM
#225   I'm going to load up on this stock towerclimber92 02/06/15 05:46:17 AM
#223   Guess you discovered that I didn't PM you. bar1080 12/29/14 12:01:16 PM
#222   I never PM'd you. What does the PM say? bar1080 12/29/14 11:35:13 AM
#221   I told you once, you seem to have tonyo524 12/29/14 11:27:53 AM
#220   "Cornerstone Funds Announce Completion of Reverse Stock Splits" bar1080 12/29/14 11:20:55 AM
#219   Hey, I'm collecting the dividends not selling for tonyo524 11/12/14 08:14:48 AM
#218   Nice one year chart. LOL! bar1080 11/12/14 07:28:07 AM
#217   Bottom was 3.10 stockticker99 10/21/14 06:55:40 PM
#216   how is that wildly flipping? I got out stockticker99 10/21/14 03:20:48 PM
#215   You said you were out of CFP on bar1080 10/21/14 12:27:24 PM
#214   wow glad I bought @ 3.15 even tho stockticker99 10/21/14 12:12:01 PM
#213   sold half for quick profit, will drip the rest stockticker99 10/17/14 10:10:56 AM
#212   holy crap I am making off like a bandit stockticker99 10/17/14 10:06:05 AM
#211   bought @ 3.15, wondering if I should sell stockticker99 10/17/14 09:46:01 AM
#210   up 10% on my fear shares I recently bought. stockticker99 10/16/14 04:29:39 PM
#209   so being involved in the rights offerings is stockticker99 10/16/14 11:50:39 AM
#208   Rights offerings. bar1080 10/16/14 11:41:43 AM
#207   if CFP is so bad, how did it stockticker99 10/16/14 11:37:49 AM
#206   "I do think the SP spider 500 index bar1080 10/15/14 10:16:21 PM
#205   Learn from the masters (actually, singular, THE Master... bar1080 10/15/14 09:52:00 PM
#204   You are right about all your posts. CEF's chestercopperpot 10/15/14 08:44:13 PM
#203   Reverse split announced! bar1080 10/15/14 01:34:00 PM
#202   CFP has quickly gone from a fat premium bar1080 10/15/14 01:11:03 PM
#201   picked up some 3.15's stockticker99 10/15/14 10:12:25 AM
#200   Im out stockticker99 10/10/14 08:56:40 PM
#199   I don't always invest, but when I do stockticker99 10/08/14 11:38:14 AM
#198   "i think we may have a good 6 bar1080 10/08/14 11:28:14 AM
#197   i think we may have a good 6 stockticker99 10/07/14 10:50:35 AM
#196   Eeeeshhhhh!!! Sonny, who you calling and old geezer??? chestercopperpot 10/05/14 08:59:21 PM
#195   Question is why does it keep plummeting. It chestercopperpot 10/05/14 07:54:00 PM
#194   where do you think the bottom is with shepdog11 09/30/14 11:18:58 AM
#193   DWP, CEF's have been around since the late bar1080 09/29/14 11:08:32 PM
#192   "Their expense ratio is only 2.28% which isn't bar1080 09/29/14 10:23:54 PM
#191   I didn't know I had that capability either lesgetrich 09/29/14 07:35:40 PM
#190   GOF outperformed from late 2009 to early 2010. DownWithPumpers 09/29/14 07:35:04 PM
#189   I didn't know there was a source for bar1080 09/29/14 05:32:01 PM
#188   Strange, my Quotestream program chart actually shows a lesgetrich 09/29/14 05:07:01 PM
#187   "GOF has seen a pretty steady increase in bar1080 09/29/14 12:43:08 PM
#186   LOL. Just about everything collapsed between 2007 and lesgetrich 09/29/14 12:14:37 PM
#185   GOF went public in 2007 and collapsed 60% bar1080 09/28/14 11:46:34 PM
#184   What does Yale Summa Cum Laude grad Janet bar1080 09/28/14 10:31:17 PM
#183   Thanks stockticker99 09/27/14 08:51:03 PM
#182   Check out GOF (Guggenheim Strategic Opportunity). It has lesgetrich 09/27/14 08:15:34 PM
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