Blend Fund Definition

Learn the definition of blend fund and other ETF terminology from the etf.com glossary.

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A Blend Fund within the ETF universe embodies a nuanced investment strategy that blends elements of both growth and value investing. This approach seeks to offer investors a balanced exposure to different segments of the market by combining the potential for capital appreciation found in growth stocks with the stability and income generation associated with value-oriented investments. Blend funds aim to capture broad market movements, catering to investors seeking a diversified and adaptable investment approach that combines both growth and value investing philosophies within a single ETF structure.

Related Terms

Growth Investing, Value Investing, Diversification

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