Bond Fund

A bond fund is a type of debt fund which is made up primarily of investments in bonds.

Bond funds primarily invest in bonds and bond-like debt instruments. This type of fund does not carry as much risk as other types of mutual funds and normally pays periodic dividends. However, bond funds have little potential for rapid growth.

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