A mutual fund which emphasizes current income in the form ofdividends or coupon...
The objective of these mutual funds is to seek current income rather than capital growth.
A mutual fund that gives importance to current income and invests in high dividend shares.
A mutual fund that invests in income producing securities such as bonds, preferred stocks or high dividend yielding common stock.
An INCOME FUND is a MUTUAL FUND consisting of SECURITIES that provide periodic DIVIDENDS or coupon payments; usually consisting of COUPON BONDS, they are designed to provide investors with a stable income. Compare with GROWTH FUNDS.
A portfolio that may contain stocks, bonds, or other investments that emphasize an income stream from dividends or interest. The value of an income fund grows primarily or entirely due to receipt and reinvestment of income. The Trust’s PLUS Fund is an example of an income fund.
Investment company whose primary objective is generating income.
Invests in both equity and fixed-income securities primarily for the purpose of realizing current income. An income fund generally will not invest more than 50% of its assets in equities.
A fund that invests primarily in fixed income securities and/or high-yielding stocks. In general, income funds seek to provide current income rather than growth of capital.
mutual fund that seeks to provide to liberal current income from investments.
A mutual fund which emphasises current income in the form of dividends or coupon payments from bonds and / or preferred stocks, rather than emphasising growth. Income funds are considered to be conservative investments, since they avoid volatile growth stocks. Income funds are popular with retirees and other investors who are looking for a steady cash flow without assuming too much risk.
Fund that distributes the total returns obtained over the year as dividends.
a type of mutual fund that seeks to provide a stable current income from investment by investing in securities that pay interest, such as bonds.
A fund that invests its corpus in bond kind of securities
An investment company that concentrates on bonds, preferred stocks and common stocks that pay dividends, thus seeking to maximize current income (rather than growth) for its owners. (Compare Growth fund.)
a fund which invests in debt securirties, both corporate and government papers, typically with a maturity of over one year
a long-term product, but a managed product at that compared to a passive investment of locking your money
A collective investment scheme that invests in bonds and stocks with higher-than-average dividends.
A mutual fund that has the objective of providing current income to its investors.
A fund that seeks a regular income in the form of dividends. Such funds invest in high-quality, cash-generative companies, that are judged capable of delivering sustainable growth in dividends over the long-term and/or fixed interest securities. If the income is not needed straight away, investors can reinvest the income enabling them to buy more dividend paying units and accumulate a higher income when they do eventually need it.
A fund that usually invests in debentures, bonds, and high dividend shares. Preferred by investors who wants regular income. It pays dividends to the investors out of its earnings.
A mutual fund that specializes in income-producing securities, which consistently pay good dividends
A mutual fund that invests in stocks or bonds with a high potential for current income, either dividends (e.g., utility stocks) or interest (e.g., bonds).
A mutual fund which has current income as its primary objective.
A common trust fund or mutual fund that primarily seeks current income rather than growth of capital. It will tend to invest in stocks and bonds that normally pay high dividends and interest.
A mutual fund, closed end fund, or ETF that has generating income, as the primary investment objective. Income can be derived from various sources, including interest, dividends, and capital gains. Back
A mutual fund that seeks current income rather than growth of capital. Income funds typically invest in bonds and/or high-yielding stocks.
An investment fund whose primary objective is current income. Such funds generally invest their assets in government, corporate, or other bonds. Some income funds may include high-yielding common stocks.
A mutual fund that often seeks to provide current income as its primary objective.
Fund which has high return on investment as its objective. The securities in its portfolio usually yield high dividends.
Also known as a bond fund. A mutual fund that invest primarily in bonds with the goal of producing regular income.
A mutual fund that invests in bonds and stocks with higher-than-average dividends.
A type of mutual fund that seeks to provide a stable current income from investments by investing in securities that pay a higher-than-average return on investments.
An income mutual fund invests in securities that provide its investors with current income. Typically, these funds invest in different types of bonds or possibly utility stocks that provide high dividends. Investors are taxed for the income fund's distributions in the year they are received (unless the income fund is held in a tax-deferred account such as a 403(b) or an IRA).
A type of mutual fund whose portfolio consists of income producing securities such as bonds and preferred stock.
A fund that specialises in investments that can produce current income and dividends.
In the case of mutual funds, this is an investment portfolio that emphasizes securities that pay current income. Bond funds are considered income funds.
mutual fund providing for liberal current income from investments.
A fund that provides its investors with current income by investing in securities. Typically, these funds invest in different types of bonds or possibly utility stocks that provide high dividends.
A mutual fund that seeks to provide stable current income by investing in securities that pay interest or dividends.
Mutual funds that invest primarily in fixed-income securities such as bonds, mortgages and preferred shares. The primary objective is to produce income for investors, whilst preserving capital