flexible income fund

Flexible Income Fund

A bond fund that invests in many different types of bonds. For example, a flexible income fund may include U.S. Treasury securities, investment-grade corporate bonds, and junk bonds in its portfolio. The goal of a flexible income fund is to create a diversified portfolio with higher yields than the risk-free yield.
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flexible income fund

A mutual fund that invests in several types of bonds, including high-yield corporate bonds, foreign bonds, and U.S. government bonds. Flexible income funds attempt to earn high current returns without being subject to the risks of a single segment of the bond market.
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The DoubleLine Flexible Income Fund (DLINX) rose 1.4% in the first quarter.
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