El rendimiento del fondo se calcula dividiendo la suma de rendimientos (dividendos en el caso de fondos de acciones o cupones en el caso de los fondos de renta fija) netos (de gastos) por el valor liquidativo medio del fondo. ofrecidos por el fondo por The income ratio refers to the percentage of current income earned per share. It is calculated by dividing the fund's net investment income by its average NAV. (The net investment income is the total income of the fund, less operating expenses.) The income ratio indicates how much of the fund's total return comes from income. A high income ratio suggests that the underlying fund depends on dividend distributions or coupon payments to fill out its total return while a low income ratio suggests that capital appreciation is very likely responsible for the fund's total return.