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Definition of "Dividend yield fund"

A dividend yield fund invests in shares of companies having high dividend yields. Dividend yield is defined as dividend per share dividend by the share’s market price. Most of these funds invest in stocks of companies having a dividend yield higher than the dividend yield of a particular index, i.e., Sensex or Nifty. The prices of dividend yielding stocks are generally less volatile than growth stocks. Besides, they also offer the potential to appreciate.

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