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Balanced fund

• A fund that invests in both stocks and bonds with the goal of reducing risk by investing in different markets.

• An investment company that invests in stocks and bonds. The same as a balanced mutual fund.

• Are mutual funds that invest in both stocks and bonds. The stocks can be both common and preferred. A primary objective is to balance income and growth.

• A Mutual Fund whose stated investment policy is to have at all times some portion of its investment assets in bonds and preferred stock, as well as in common stock. This is an attempt to provide both growth and income.

 
 

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