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What is an income fund?

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8th Dec 2009 by David Becker

An income fund is a mutual fund that concentrates in generating returns from equities or debt that produce income. The fund manager would own equities that have relatively high dividends an bonds that have high coupon yields. The underlying focus would be to have stable growth with high income.

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