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Fixed and variable investment definition

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Fixed and variable investment is an investment with a fixed or stated return, like a coupon on a bond or dividend on a stock, plus a variable component in the form of capital gain or loss. The variable component subjects the investment to principal losses, as well as gains.


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Which is not an example of a fixed and variable investment type? | Tresury Bill or Treasury Bond or Treasury Note

Treasury Bill

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Joy:  Doc, is a high-yield bond a fixed and variable investment ?
Doc:  Yes! They're bonds with high levels of both.

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