Currently, "fixed income plus" is popular. In fact, such products are bond funds in essence. For example, bond funds are divided into:
(1) Pure bond fund, which only invests in bonds;
(2) The primary bond base is a fund that not only invests in bonds, but also participates in IPO;
(3) Secondary bond: a fund that not only invests in bonds, but also participates in IPO of new shares and also invests in secondary market stocks (the investment ratio shall not exceed 20%)
On how to make bond funds bigger and stronger, we might as well listen to John Borg, a godfather of public funds, tell you a story:
In the early days of mutual funds, there were few bond funds in the industry. Since I joined Wellington in July 1951, I was instilled with the concept of Balanced Fund. I deeply understand that bonds as fixed income assets can resist risks, while stock assets aim at capital appreciation.