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Fixed-income fund question (dividends may be paid out of capital)

I think some of the others may be a bit optimistic. If you invest $10000 in a 10 year fixed income fund at 7%, then they will pay you $700 a year. That's a fixed income. You need to know what they ...
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Fixed-income fund question (dividends may be paid out of capital)

Its likely that this mutual fund wrote these rule so they will not be limited to always pay out of dividends/interest only. The amount paid out by capital will vary from payment to payment so it is ...
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Fixed-income fund question (dividends may be paid out of capital)

I think you're overreacting. Most if not all of the "dividends" will come from the coupons that the bonds they hold pay, but there may be cases when the dividends come from the capital ...
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