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Fixed Income

Investments that pay regular interest or dividends and include instruments like government and corporate bonds.

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Fixed income is an investment type where the borrower or issuer is obligated to make payments of a set amount on a fixed schedule. Examples include government bonds, corporate bonds, and treasury bills, among other securities that provide a consistent payout, like interest or dividends. Investors looking for a steady income stream, such as retirees, or those aiming to minimize portfolio risk, may favor fixed income securities.
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