Current income is a type of investment strategy that aims to provide regular income payments to the investor. This is a type of strategy commonly used with certain mutual funds. In most cases, individuals who try to develop a current income portfolio are retired. These individuals are not necessarily concerned about the capital appreciation of their investments. Instead, they want to be able to live off of the income that is created from the investments. This income could come from bond coupon payments, dividends from stocks or even annuity payments from insurance companies.

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