Bond Funds

Pursue income or capital preservation with a diverse portfolio of income securities.

Bond funds — also called income or fixed-income funds — are a type of mutual fund that invests in bonds and other debt securities issued by organizations such as corporations, governments, and municipalities. Bond funds invest in a range of bonds with a variety of terms to help provide diversification. As with all mutual funds, bond funds carry a degree of risk.

Putnam's approach

  • We take a comprehensive view of risk to build bond funds with a broader range of investment potential.
  • We actively work to determine which risks are worth taking and when.
  • We have fundamental insights into a wide range of sectors, including areas beyond the benchmark index.

Browse Putnam's bond funds

For more information on these funds and the potential risks of investing, please click on the fund names. You can lose money investing in a mutual fund.