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That results in a gain for your portfolio plus any monthly payouts that were accumulated. If during the time I'm holding that fund, buyer demand decreases, are you saying the price is not likely to reach $11.00 and could in fact go below $10.00? In that case, it's clear there will be a loss.

When rates go up, NAV goes down. When the NAV for a bond fund goes down, the price of the fund follows. I believe this is covered in the FAQ, over there on the right -------->

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