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Columbia Seligman Premium Technology Growth Fund is a non-diversified, closed-end management investment company which seeks to generate growth of capital and current income. The Fund's investment program will consist of (1) investing in a portfolio of equity securities of technology and technology-related companies and (2) writing call options on the NASDAQ 100 Index® or its exchange-traded fund equivalent (NASDAQ 100) on a month-to-month basis, with an aggregate notional amount typically ranging from 0% to 90% of the underlying value of the Fund's holdings of common stock. As of Dec 31 2015, Co. had total assets of $269,363,948 and total investments of $269,196,105. Self directed investors in Columbia Seligman Premium Technology Growth Fund Inc. will be interested in keeping up with all Columbia Seligman Premium Technology Growth Fund Inc. news they can find, both STK news originating from the company in the form of press releases, as well as seeing how independent media outlets are reporting news on STK. At RediNews, we simplify this task by presenting both STK news releases originating from Columbia Seligman Premium Technology Growth Fund Inc. itself, and STK news from a variety of media outlets. Visitors can browse this news online and through our STK RSS news feed.

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