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Central Securities Corp

Central Securities Corp (CET)

44.77
0.2607
(0.59%)
At close: July 15 4:00PM
44.77
0.00
( 0.00% )
After Hours: 5:00PM

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Key stats and details

Current Price
44.77
Bid
-
Ask
-
Volume
14,564
44.56 Day's Range 44.90
34.40 52 Week Range 44.90
Market Cap
Previous Close
44.5093
Open
44.70
Last Trade
100
@
44.77
Last Trade Time
16:10:00
Financial Volume
$ 652,227
VWAP
44.7835
Average Volume (3m)
19,002
Shares Outstanding
242,025,200
Dividend Yield
4.13%
PE Ratio
48.45
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
0.92
Revenue
21.21M
Net Profit
223.64M

About Central Securities Corp

Primary investment objective is growth of capital. Income received from securities is a secondary consideration. Primary investment objective is growth of capital. Income received from securities is a secondary consideration.

Sector
Finance Services
Industry
Finance Services
Headquarters
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Founded
1970
Central Securities Corp is listed in the Finance Services sector of the American Stock Exchange with ticker CET. The last closing price for Central Securities was $44.51. Over the last year, Central Securities shares have traded in a share price range of $ 34.40 to $ 44.90.

Central Securities currently has 242,025,200 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Central Securities is $10.77 billion. Central Securities has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 48.45.

CET Latest News

Central Securities Corporation Declares Dividend

The Board of Directors of Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET), a closed-end investment company, today declared the following dividend:     Record Payment Class of Stock Rate Date...

Central Securities Corporation Releases Report to Stockholders

Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET), a closed-end investment company, today released its Report to Stockholders for the three months ended March 31, 2024. Figures as of March 31...

PeriodChangeChange %OpenHighLowAvg. Daily VolVWAP
10.621.4043035107644.1544.944.081209844.31774727CS
40.811.8425841674243.9644.943.271367743.93107497CS
124.5611.340462571540.2144.940.211900242.68380712CS
267.4319.898232458537.3444.936.892952340.36704385CS
528.2922.724780701836.4844.934.42734838.543551CS
1563.197.6719576719641.5845.333.012514838.81401648CS
26013.8544.793014230330.9245.319.42384635.94947767CS

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CET Discussion

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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 2 weeks ago
CET (6/28/24)

Share Price: $44.02
NAV: $52.58
Discount: 16.28%
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 7 months ago
CET (12/15/23)

Share Price: $37.76
NAV: $45.37
Discount: 16.76%
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 7 months ago
Central Securities Corporation Announces Reinvestment Price of Shares for Distribution Payable December 21, 2023 (12/05/23)

Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET) announced today that the price at which Common Stock will be issued in payment of the $1.65 per share distribution payable on December 21, 2023 is $36.80 per share. This price is the arithmetic average of the daily volume weighted average price (“VWAP”) of the Corporation’s Common Stock for each of the last three trading days ending on and including December 5, 2023, rounded to two decimal places. The distribution was previously announced on November 3, 2023 and is payable to shareholders of record on November 13, 2023.

Of the $1.65 per share to be paid, $0.45 is expected to be taxable as ordinary income and $1.20 is expected to be taxable as long-term capital gain. Tax treatment will be the same whether the distribution is received in stock or cash. The final tax breakdown of all amounts paid during 2023 will be available after year end.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20231205141749/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 1 year ago
Central Securities Corporation: 7.1% Yield, Massive Price Discount (4/18/23)

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4594722-central-securities-corp-7-1-percent-yield-massive-price-discount
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 1 year ago
Central Securities Corporation Releases Annual Report to Stockholders for the Year Ended December 31, 2022 (2/09/23)

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230209005722/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 2 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Declares Year-End Distribution (11/03/22)

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET), a closed-end investment company, today declared a distribution of $2.25 per share on its Common Stock.

The dividend is payable December 22, 2022 to stockholders of record on November 14, 2022. The distribution will be paid in additional shares of stock unless stockholders elect to receive the distribution in cash. The cut-off date for election of cash is December 1, 2022 (the “Cut-Off Date”). Stockholders who own their shares in brokerage accounts should make the election with their broker.

The number of additional shares to which a stockholder will be entitled if he receives the distribution in stock will be computed as follows:

The number of shares held of record on November 14, 2022 will be multiplied by $2.25. This amount will be divided by the Reinvestment Price to determine the number of shares to be received. The Reinvestment Price will be the lower of the market value (as defined below) or the net asset value per share on the Cut-Off Date. Cash will be paid in lieu of fractional shares.

The market value will be the arithmetic average of the daily volume weighted average price (“VWAP”) of the Corporation’s Common Stock for each of the last three trading days ending on, and including, the Cut-Off Date, rounded to two decimal places.

Of the $2.25 per share to be paid, $0.50 is expected to be taxable as ordinary income and $1.75 is expected to be taxable as long-term capital gain. Tax treatment will be the same whether the distribution is received in stock or cash. The final tax breakdown of all amounts paid during 2022 will be available after year end.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221103006236/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 2 years ago
Semi-Annual Report (8/12/22)

http://www.centralsecurities.com/220630_Semi_Annual.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 2 years ago
Form 13F (6/30/22)

https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/18748/000001874822000010/xslForm13F_X01/infotable.xml
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 2 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Releases Report to Stockholders (8/05/22)

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220805005004/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 3 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Announces Reinvestment Price of Shares for Distribution Payable December 22, 2021 (12/02/21)

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET) announced today that the price at which Common Stock will be issued in payment of the $3.55 per share distribution payable on December 22, 2021, is $40.05 per share. This price is the arithmetic average of the daily volume weighted average price (“VWAP”) of the Corporation’s Common Stock for each of the last three trading days ending on and including December 2, 2021, rounded to two decimal places. The distribution was previously announced on November 3, 2021, and is payable to shareholders of record on November 15, 2021.

Of the $3.55 per share to be paid, $0.87 is expected to be taxable as ordinary income (of which $0.064 per share is short-term capital gain) and $2.68 is expected to be taxable as long-term capital gain. Tax treatment will be the same whether the distribution is received in stock or cash. The final tax breakdown of all amounts paid during 2021 will be available after year end.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20211202005995/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 3 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Releases Report to Stockholders (4/28/21)

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210428005689/en/


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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 4 years ago
The Plymouth Rock Company, Inc Annual Report (12/31/19)

https://www.plymouthrock.com/public/Plymouthrock/StaticFiles/PDF/Annual-Reports/2019%20Annual%20Report.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 4 years ago
2019 Annual Report

http://www.centralsecurities.com/AnnualReport2019.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 4 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Releases Annual Report to Stockholders as of December 31, 2019 (2/07/20)

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200207005354/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
These Ancient Funds Are Still Beating the Market (11/29/19)

By Leslie P. Norton

You’re never too old to outperform.

Even as the largest actively managed stock mutual funds in the U.S. lag behind the S&P 500, the oldest funds are doing nicely. We’re talking about some funds that survived the 1929 stock market crash, including Central Securities (ticker: CET), Adams Diversified Equity (ADX), and General American Investors (GAM). These closed-end funds might not be bargains, but they’re all up 30%-plus this year, handily beating the S&P 500. Meanwhile, Tri-Continental (TY), another oldie, has risen 24%, trailing the index by just a couple of points.

We last wrote about these funds last year, on the theory that the administration would change the way unrealized capital gains are calculated, potentially reducing taxes for these funds and narrowing their discounts to net asset value. That didn’t happen, but still, the funds have sprung higher and their discounts have slimmed, helped in part by high yields, cheap valuations, strong share-buyback programs, and good investing.

Through Wednesday, $1.9 billion Adams Diversified had returned 34% this year. Mark Stoeckle, its manager, credits the fund’s practice of matching sector weight to the S&P 500 and focusing on stock selection within those sectors. Many large-cap core managers “pretty much ignore basic materials because it’s only 3% of the index,” Stoeckle says. But three of the fund’s top performers are in that sector: Ball Corp. (BLL), Sherwin-Williams (SHW), and Air Products & Chemicals (APD). “It was good stock selection, as well as having the conviction of being in the sector,” says Stoeckle. “To have the kind of performance really goes a long way to outperforming your peers.”

Adams Diversified also had a bunch of standouts in consumer staples and technology, including Costco Wholesale (COST), Coca-Cola (KO), Accenture (ACN), Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), Mastercard (MA), and Visa (V). Unlike open-end mutual funds, closed-ends don’t have to worry about inflows and outflows, and “our entire focus is on compounding returns for our shareholders,” says Stoeckle.

He predicts that stocks will keep rising because the Trump administration “will act the same as every other [one seeking re-election]: They will do whatever they can to keep the economy good before the presidential election.”

Adams became a closed-end fund in October 1929, although it was actually founded in 1854 as Adams Express, part of an older company created by Alvin Adams to carry mail in Massachusetts that eventually began shipping to the South and then to Missouri. In 1910, it was the second-largest owner of Pennsylvania Railroad stock. The closed-end came to life to invest the money gleaned when U.S. railroads bought railroad shares owned by Alvin Adams.

One younger fund, also mentioned in our previous story,was a laggard: Boulder Growth & Income (BIF) has a third of its assets in Berkshire Hathaway, which has trailed the market for years. Boulder also owns big slugs of stocks held by Berkshire, including JPMorgan Chase (JPM, 9.4% of the fund) and Wells Fargo (WFC, 5.4%).

“Every time you see stories that Warren Buffett has lost his touch, that historically has been the wrong guess,” says Jim Branscome, a longtime closed-end fan and retired director of investment analysis at S&P. If you think Berkshire will make a comeback, an easy way to bet on it is to own Boulder, which yields 3.6%.

Much of the fund, Branscome notes, is owned by an early investor in Berkshire, Stewart Horejsi, who reportedly began buying Berkshire after reading about it in John Train’s book The Money Masters.

Branscome is less bullish on the other funds in our 2018 article, given their narrowed discounts. For example, Central Securities’ discount was 17.3% back then, but now is 13.8%. General American’s has slid from 16.5% to 13%, while Adams’ went from 14% to 11%.

“The alpha pond is being overfished,” says Branscome. (Alpha is return above the overall market’s.) Today, Branscome is finding bargains in quality municipal closed-ends. True, they’re leveraged, which heightens risk, but they also boast nice yields.

His favorites include Eaton Vance Muni Bond (EIM), with a discount of 7.8% and taxable-equivalent yield of 6.8%; Eaton Vance Municipal Income Trust (EVN), with a discount of 6.5% and a taxable-equivalent yield of 7.5%; Nuveen Quality Municipal Income (NAD, 9.3% and 7.5%), and Nuveen AMT-Free Quality Municipal Income (NEA, 9.5% and 7.7%). He also likes VanEck Vectors CEF Municipal Income (XMPT), which buys shares of other closed-end muni funds with big discounts.

“I don’t know any other prognosticators who think the market will earn [7%],” Branscome says. “If you want to be in bonds for ballast, the Fed will be on hold, and we’ll be in a noninflationary environment. These are good funds.”

https://www.barrons.com/articles/making-sense-of-retail-stocks-ahead-of-black-friday-51574770501
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
Trump’s New Tax Idea Could Be a Big Boon for These Ancient Funds (8/10/18)

By Leslie P. Norton

he recent discussion about a change in capital gains taxation is making hearts beat faster, especially among a small group of die-hard fans of closed-end funds.

The Trump administration is studying using its regulatory power (without going through Congress) to change the way unrealized gains are calculated. Specifically, it’s considering allowing investors to adjust the original purchase price of all assets—stocks, funds, homes—for inflation, which would reduce the gain.

That could be a boon for some of the ancient funds we wrote about early last year—funds that survived the 1929 stock market crash, then marched along, offering solid performance, high yields, cheap valuations, and strong share-buyback programs. The funds included Central Securities (ticker: CET), Adams Diversified Equity (ADX), General American Investors (GAM), and Tri-Continental (TY).

Closed-end funds trade on an exchange, unlike open-end funds, and have a fixed number of shares, unlike exchange-traded funds. The price of the shares bears a loose relation to the actual value of the securities owned in the fund’s portfolio. Typically they trade at discounts to net asset value. Ben Graham, Warren Buffett’s mentor and the father of value investing, was a fan. So is Edward Thorp, the mathematician and top-performing hedge fund manager.

One theory for the discount is that funds are sitting on hefty unrealized gains. The smaller the gain, the lower the eventual tax bill. Consider General American Investors, where unrealized gains account for more than 50% of NAV. When Graham wrote about General American in 1970 in his seminal book, The Intelligent Investor, the discount was 7.6%. Today, the discount is 16.5%. Says Jeff Priest, the fund’s manager: “Some of the discount is possibly due to a perceived tax bill.…It probably weighs on investors’ minds.”

Then there is Central Securities, where unrealized gains account for 54% of net assets, partly because closely held insurer Plymouth Rock, a longstanding investment, accounts for 19% of assets. The fund trades at a 17.3% discount to NAV. It has been run by Wilmot Kidd since 1973, and has put up a stellar track record: Over the past 25 years, it has returned 11.1% a year, versus 9.8% for the S&P 500.

To be sure, a change in capital gains would benefit a range of investments, including the house that you’ve owned for decades. “It’s an advantage to any person who’s owned an asset for a very long time,” says Mark Stoeckle, who has managed Adams Diversified since 2013. Unrealized gains at Adams Diversified are 32% of assets. Partly to close the discount, Adams some time ago began paying at least 6% dividends. Today, the fund trades at a 14% discount.

Discounts persist, and “the long-term stock holder shouldn’t be bothered” by them, Kidd says.

Another potential beneficiary, says Jim Branscome, a longtime fan of closed-ends and retired director of investment analysis at S&P, is Boulder Growth & Income (BIF). The fund has a third of its assets in Berkshire Hathaway, 11% in cash, and the rest in such blue chips as JPMorgan Chase, Caterpillar, and Walmart. Net unrealized gains account for 52% of assets. Much of the fund, Branscome notes, is owned by a an early investor in Berkshire, Stewart Horejsi, who reportedly began buying Berkshire after reading about it in John Train’s The Money Masters.

If nothing else, the prospects serve to highlight the charms of quirky, well-run funds trading at discounts whose managers continue to find opportunities in the market despite having vastly different views. Priest of General American follows a growth-at-a-reasonable price philosophy, looking to invest for three to seven years with corporate managers who are good capital allocators. He is a major shareholder of his fund.

General American recently added to existing positions in Anadarko (APC) and United Technologies (UTX), and eliminated Johnson Controls International (JCI) and Oracle (ORCL). Unless something goes “horribly awry” with the trade talks, says Priest, “there are still two more quarters at least of fairly significant earnings growth, and analysts estimates keep going up. As long as that’s the case, it will be tough to take the market apart.”

Meanwhile, Central Securities’ Kidd shares that he recently bought Capital One (COF) and Alphabet (GOOG), quipping, “Isn’t the argument that these are 21st century companies imprisoned in a 19th century accounting system?” Kidd himself believes that the market is risky today, but notes that “investments managers add most, if not all, of their value in bear markets.”

Ever since he took over Adams Diversified, Mark Stoeckle has read everything he can get his hands on about why discounts persist. He’s not holding his breath that a change in the tax structure will solve the problem. “As a rational person, that’s the most frustrating part. I’ve read everything there is to read. I won’t give this another thought until it gets closer.”

https://www.barrons.com/articles/trumps-new-tax-idea-could-be-a-big-boon-for-these-ancient-funds-1533935951
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Declares Year-End Distribution (11/05/19)

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET), a closed-end investment company, today declared a distribution of $1.15 per share on its Common Stock.
The dividend is payable December 23, 2019 to stockholders of record November 18, 2019. The distribution will be paid in additional shares of stock unless stockholders elect to receive the distribution in cash. The cut-off date for election of cash is December 5, 2019 (the “Cut-Off Date”).

The number of additional shares to which a stockholder will be entitled if he receives the distribution in stock will be computed as follows:
The number of shares held of record on November 18, 2019 will be multiplied by $1.15. This amount will be divided by the Reinvestment Price to determine the number of shares to be received. The Reinvestment Price will be the lower of the market value (as defined below) or the net asset value per share on the Cut-Off Date. Cash will be paid in lieu of fractional shares.

The market value will be the arithmetic average of the daily volume weighted average price (“VWAP”) of the Corporation’s Common Stock for each of the last three trading days ending on, and including, the Cut-Off Date, rounded to two decimal places.

Of the $1.15 per share to be paid, $0.47 is expected to be taxable as ordinary income (which includes $0.10 of short-term capital gain) and $0.68 is expected to be taxable as long-term capital gain. Tax treatment will be the same whether the distribution is received in stock or cash. The final tax breakdown of all amounts paid during 2019 will be available after year end.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20191105005953/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
Semi-Annual Report (6/30/19)

http://www.centralsecurities.com/190630_Semi_Annual.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
Central Securities Corporation Releases Report to Stockholders (8/02/19)

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Central Securities Corporation (NYSE American: CET), a closed-end investment company, today released its Report to Stockholders for the six months ended June 30, 2019.
Figures as of June 30, 2019 compared with those of one year ago, are as follows:

June 30, 2019
NAV: $36.72
$935,765,992
25,482,666

June 30, 2018
NAV: $33.61
$845,131,777
25,146,616

Additional details are available at www.centralsecurities.com.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190802005002/en/
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
The Plymouth Rock Company, Inc Annual Report (12/31/18)

https://www.plymouthrock.com/public/Plymouthrock/Content/PDFs/2018%20Annual%20Report.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
CET’s largest investment continues to be The Plymouth Rock Company, Inc., a privately-held insurance company in which the fund invested approximately $700,000 at its inception in 1982.

CET currently owns 23% of Plymouth Rock. The investment accounted for 20.4% of Net Assets at 3/31/19 and has a value of $179.1 million.

The Plymouth Rock Group of Companies together write and manage over $1.2 billion in personal and commercial auto, homeowners and umbrella insurance in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Plymouth Rock owns two buildings in Boston with a historic cost $23 million, which are now estimated to be worth $131 million versus a net book value of $34 million at 12/31/18. The buildings are located at 695 Atlantic Avenue and 99 Bedford Street.
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
Interim Report (3/31/19)

http://www.centralsecurities.com/190331_Interim.pdf
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Enterprising Investor Enterprising Investor 5 years ago
2018 Annual Report

http://www.centralsecurities.com/AnnualReport2018.pdf
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eastunder eastunder 9 years ago
Closed end fund

Discount/premium to Nav:

Current Net Asset Value & Market Close As of 11/6/2015

Net Asset Value $26.03

Market Close $21.67


Premium/(Discount)

-16.75%

Note: trading at a discount means it currently trades at a discount to what it owns in assets. Closed ends funds will either trade at a premium to asset value or a discount.

Went X dividend 11/13 price adjusted for Div
Pays 1.78 on 12/22

Discounts/premiums are updated weekly

http://www.centralsecurities.com/







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eastunder eastunder 9 years ago
Ten largest holdings

As of September 30, 2015

http://www.centralsecurities.com/largestHoldings.cfm



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eastunder eastunder 9 years ago
Dividend History

http://www.centralsecurities.com/dividends.cfm





Our dividend and distribution policy is to pay out substantially all net investment income and realized capital gains. The amount of net investment income and capital gains may vary significantly from year to year.

It has been our policy to make two payments to holders of Common Stock each year. A cash payment is generally made at mid-year, and a distribution consisting primarily of realized capital gains is generally paid at year-end. Stockholders are generally given the option of receiving the year-end distribution either in additional share of stock or in cash, at their election. We have paid dividends every year since 1955.



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eastunder eastunder 9 years ago
Central Securities Corporation was organized on October 1, 1929, and has operated as a closed-end management investment company since its incorporation. It is the policy of Central Securities to operate as a non-diversified investment company.

Our Common Stock is traded on the NYSE MKT under the symbol CET.

We invest primarily in common stocks, but we may invest in bonds, convertible bonds, preferred stocks, convertible preferred stocks, warrants, options real estate, or short-term obligations of governments, banks and corporations. From time to time we invest in securities the resale of which is restricted. Our primary investment objective is growth of capital. Income received from securities is a secondary consideration. It is our policy not to restrict ourselves as to the types of securities in which we invest or as to the proportion of the value of the Corporation's assets invested in any class of securities. Central Securities has been managed by Wilmot H. Kidd since 1973.

The net asset value ("NAV") is calculated every Friday and is reported every Monday in the Wall Street Journal under the heading "Closed End Funds". The NAV and closing market price, updated weekly, may also be found on this website.

Central Securities' dividend and distribution policy is to pay out substantially all net investment income and realized capital gains. The amount of our dividends and distributions may vary significantly from year to year.

It has been the Corporation's policy to make two payments to holders of Common Stock each year. A smaller cash payment is generally made at mid-year, and a distribution consisting primarily of realized capital gains is made at year-end when available. Stockholders have been given the opportunity of receiving the year-end distribution either in additional shares of stock or in cash, at their election.
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