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When the NAV for a bond fund goes down, the price of the fund follows.

Exactly. So you sell when the bond price starts dropping or at the point you'll accept minimal profits. This bond fund behaves in a similar manner to a shorted stock.

I believe this is covered in the FAQ, over there on the right -------->

We must have two different types of accounts.
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