structured fund


A fund that combines fixed income securities and equities to protect investors' capital while at the same time providing the potential for capital appreciation. A conservative structured fund might have 80% of its assets invested in fixed income securities. The remaining 20% might be invested in derivatives, such as stock index options. These derivatives offer an opportunity for growth, but they put no more than 20% of assets at risk.
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