fixed-income security

Definition of "fixed-income security"
  1. A type of investment, like a bond, that guarantees a specific rate of return or income, often due to a predetermined interest rate or dividend
How to use "fixed-income security" in a sentence
  1. The investor decided to purchase a fixed-income security to ensure a steady stream of income regardless of stock market fluctuations.
  2. The financial advisor recommended diversifying the portfolio with fixed-income securities for more stability.
  3. Despite the lower potential for high returns, the pension fund prioritized fixed-income securities for their consistent yield.

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