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growth and income fund

What is a 'Growth And Income Fund'

A growth and income fund is a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund ETF that has a dual strategy of capital appreciation (growth) and current income generation through dividends or interest payments. A growth and income fund may invest only in equities or in a combination of stocks, bonds, real estate investment trusts (REIT) and other securities.

BREAKING DOWN 'Growth And Income Fund'

Investors in growth and income portfolios favor stability without forsaking returns that outpace inflation. Depending on risk tolerance, a balanced investment objective is adopted by individuals who either shun volatility completely or scale back growth objectives as retirement approaches. When planning investment strategies, the age of an investor is vital in determining asset allocation and risk tolerance. A 25-year-old investor initially entering the workforce holds a longer time horizon than a 70-year-old retiree. Investment advisers suggest that regardless of age, exposure to equities is a necessary for any portfolio. However, the percentage of equity exposure shifts as time horizons shorten. A rule of thumb among financial professionals holds that growth allocations decrease as an investor ages. If individuals subtract their ages from 100, the remainder represents the percentage of stocks they should hold, with the balance in less volatile bonds and cash.

Investors can select from numerous funds that meet balanced objectives. Portfolios such as the John Hancock Balanced Fund ("SVBAX") exemplify low volatility with an average annual return of 6.51% for 10 years through March 31, 2016, a measure only 50 basis points (bps) below the S&P 500 Index over the same time frame.

The investment objective of a retiree involves income needs, a scenario in which earnings are replaced by personal savings and dividend and interest income. Financial advisers recommend that retirees replace 75% of working wages with income-producing securities such as bonds and large-cap dividend-paying equities. A balanced fund holds a considerable allocation of corporate and government bonds offering semi-annual interest payments while seeking to preserve capital. The less-volatile nature of U.S. Treasurys and investment grade bonds couple with the growth potential of stocks, providing income and a potential rate of appreciation to combat rising prices of goods and services ensuring that an individual does not outlive his or her retirement savings. Growth and income funds fulfill both objectives within a single security.

With interest rates historically low, the Dodge and Cox Balanced Fund ("DODBX") chalked up an annual average five-year return of 9.58% and a trailing 12-month yield of 2.30% as of June 6, 2016, a measure that exceeds the 10-year Treasury by 57 bps. Thus, growth and income funds fulfill dual investment objectives under one roof.

Англо-русский перевод GROWTH AND INCOME FUND

фин. - balanced fund

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  • GROWTH AND INCOME FUND — A mutual fund that invests primarily in stocks with a history of capital gains (growth) and consistent dividends payments (income).

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  • GROWTH AND INCOME FUND — инвестиционный фонд, в задачи которого входит обеспечение долгосрочного прироста капитала и дохода, а также получение текущего дохода от акций

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  • GROWTH AND INCOME FUND — инвестиционный фонд, в задачи которого входит обеспечение долгосрочного прироста капитала и дохода, а также получение текущего дохода от акций

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  • GROWTH AND INCOME FUND — инвестиционный фонд, в задачи которого входит обеспечение долгосрочного прироста капитала и дохода, а также получение текущего дохода от акций

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  • INCOME — [c mediumvioletred] (as used in expressions) corporate income tax disposable income income statement income tax national income accounting

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  • INCOME — I. ˈinˌkəm, chiefly attrib also ˈin_k- sometimes ˈiŋ_k- noun ( -s ) Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English, entry, arrival, …

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  • GROWTH — I. ˈgrōth noun ( -s ) Etymology: Middle English (Scots dialect) grouth, from Old Norse grōthr, grōthi, from grōa to …

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  • FUND — I. ˈfənd noun ( -s ) Etymology: French & Latin; French fond bottom, innermost part, basis & French fonds stock …

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  • INCOME — (n.) That gain which proceeds from labor, business, property, or capital of any kind, as the produce of a farm, …

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  • INCOME — ( n. ) That gain which proceeds from labor, business, property, or capital of any kind, as the produce of …

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  • GROWTH — /grohth/ , n. 1. the act or process, or a manner of growing; development; gradual increase. 2. size or stage …

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  • FUND — /fund/ , n. 1. a supply of money or pecuniary resources, as for some purpose: a fund for his education; …

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  • FUND — I. ˈfənd noun Etymology: Latin fundus bottom, country estate — more at bottom Date: 1694 1. a. : a sum …

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  • INCOME — ˈin-kəm or ˈiŋ-kəm noun Date: 14th century 1. : a coming in : entrance , influx fluctuations in the nutrient …

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  • GROWTH — noun Date: 1557 1. a. (1) : a stage in the process of growing : size (2) : full growth …

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  • INCOME — noun a coming in; entrance; admittance; ingress; infusion. 2. income ·noun that which is caused to enter; inspiration; influence; hence, …

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  • GROWTH — noun that which has grown or is growing; anything produced; product; consequence; effect; result. 2. growth ·noun the process of …

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  • FUND — vt to place in a fund, as money. 2. fund ·vt to put into the form of bonds or stocks …

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  • GROWTH — the increases in cell size and number that take place during the life history of an organism. Additional reading General …

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  • INCOME — income BrE AmE ˈɪn kʌm ⇨ˈɪŋ-, -kəm ▷ income|s z ▶ ˈ income tax BrE AmE

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  • INCOME — / ˈɪnkʌm; NAmE ; -kəm/ noun [ C , U ] the money that a person, a region, a country, …

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  • GROWTH — / grəʊθ; NAmE groʊθ/ noun 1. [ U ] ( of people, animals or plants ) the process of growing …

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  • FUND — / fʌnd; NAmE / noun , verb ■ noun 1. [ C ] an amount of money that has been …

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  • INCOME — in ‧ come S2 W1 /ˈɪŋkʌm, ˈɪn-/ BrE AmE noun [uncountable and countable] the money that you earn from your …

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  • GROWTH — growth S3 W1 /ɡrəʊθ $ ɡroʊθ/ BrE AmE noun [ Word Family: noun : ↑ grower , ↑ growth , …

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  • FUND — I. fund 1 S3 W1 AC /fʌnd/ BrE AmE noun [ Word Family: noun : ↑ fund , ↑ refund …

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  • INCOME — n. the money or other assets received, esp. periodically or in a year, from one's business, lands, work, investments, etc. …

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  • GROWTH — n. 1 the act or process of growing. 2 an increase in size or value. 3 something that has grown …

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  • FUND — n. & v. --n. 1 a permanent stock of something ready to be drawn upon (a fund of knowledge; a …

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  • INCOME — n. the money or other assets received, esp. periodically or in a year, from one's business, lands, work, investments, etc. …

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  • GROWTH — n. 1 the act or process of growing. 2 an increase in size or value. 3 something that has grown …

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  • FUND — n. & v. n. 1 a permanent stock of something ready to be drawn upon (a fund of knowledge; a …

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  • INCOME — n. the money or other assets received, esp. periodically or in a year, from one's business, lands, work, investments, etc. …

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  • GROWTH — n.1 the act or process of growing. 2 an increase in size or value. 3 something that has grown or …

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  • FUND — n. & v. --n. 1. a permanent stock of something ready to be drawn upon (a fund of knowledge; a …

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  • INCOME — ( incomes) Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English. A person’s or organization’s income …

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  • GROWTH — ( growths) Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English. 1. The growth of something …

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  • FUND — ( funds, funding, funded) Frequency: The word is one of the 700 most common words in English. 1. Funds are …

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  • INCOME — noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES an income group ▪ The budget will affect people differently, according to their income group. …

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  • GROWTH — noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a growth forecast (= one relating to an increase in the value of goods or …

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  • INCOME — [noun] - money that is earned from doing work, or received from investmentsAverage incomes have risen by 4.5% over the …

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  • GROWTH — [noun] [U]The growth of a person, animal or plant is its process of increasing in size.Plant growth is most noticeable …

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  • FUND — [noun] [C] - a sum of money saved, collected or provided for a particular purposeIn the UK, pension fund assets …

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  • INCOME — n. corporate income tax disposable income income statement income tax national income accounting

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  • FUND — n. International Monetary Fund mutual fund sinking fund trust fund World Wildlife Fund World Wide Fund for Nature United Nations …

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  • INCOME — Synonyms and related words : access, admission, avails, base pay, box office, capital gains, cleanup, clear profit, commissions, compensation, credit, …

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  • GROWTH — Synonyms and related words : about-face, abscess, access, accession, accomplishment, accretion, accrual, accruement, accumulation, addition, advance, advancement, aggrandizement, ague, alchemy, …

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  • INCOME — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ high , large ▪ six-figure ( esp. AmE ) ▪ The business provided him with a six-figure …

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  • FUND — I. noun 1 sum of money collected for a particular purpose ADJECTIVE ▪ large ▪ special ▪ appeal ( BrE …

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  • INCOME — сущ. (периодический, обыкн. годовой) доход, приход, прибыль; заработок to earn an income ≈ зарабатывать to live within one's income ≈ …

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  • FUND — запас, резерв, фонд - a * for the victims of the flood фонд помощи жертвам наводнения - quarantee * гарантийный …

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  • INCOME — income.ogg ʹıŋ|kʌm,ʹınkʌm- n доход(ы); приход; поступления; прибыль after-tax income - доход после уплаты налогов, чистый доход aggregate national income - …

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  • GROWTH — growth.ogg grəʋθ n 1. рост; развитие full growth - полное развитие to attain full growth - достичь полного развития, достичь …

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  • FUND — fund.ogg 1. fʌnd n 1. 1> запас, резерв, фонд a fund for the victims of the flood - фонд помощи …

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  • GROWTH — 1) увеличение; рост; прирост 2) выращивание 3) наращивание 4) предмет выращивания 5) растительный покров 6) размножение; рост ( клеток ) …

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  • GROWTH — 1) увеличение; рост; прирост 2) выращивание 3) наращивание 4) предмет выращивания 5) растительный покров 6) размножение; рост (клеток) • growth by flux evaporation — выращивание (кристаллов) методом …

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  • INCOME — 1) достатки 2) доход 3) заработок 4) приход • income in the form of gratuities — доходы даровые - income tax - national income

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  • FUND — 1) денежные средства, капитал 2) фонд || фондовый 3) ценные бумаги 4) делать капиталовложения; финансировать • embezzler of public funds — казнокрад to set up a …

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  • INCOME — n доход(ы); приход; поступления; прибыль after-tax income - доход после уплаты налогов, чистый доход aggregate national income - совокупный национальный …

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