Funds can be classified into accumulation funds and distribution funds based on whether how they handle dividends. You can also distinguish the two types via the small icons shown below.
Accumulation funds do not distribute dividends. All income and interest will be accumulated and reflected in the price (NAV) of the units of the fund.
Distribution fund classes distribute dividends usually by cash payout. Distribution frequencies vary by funds and can be on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
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