Are closed-end funds included in the Online Tools or data?

A closed-end fund is a portfolio of pooled assets that raises a fixed amount of capital through an initial public offering (IPO) and then lists shares for trade on a stock exchange (Investopedia). These shares (stocks) are not suitable for analysis with the Stock Selection Guide because they are a basket of companies, and therefore the fundamental financial data for the companies is not available.

These FAQs mention that 'closed-end funds' are not included:

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