interactive investor’s Kyle Caldwell and Tom Bailey discuss whether some of the big predictions that were made by fund managers at the start of 2021 played out. The duo also examine the best- and worst-performing funds in 2021.
Later in the podcast, Jonathan Davis, editor of the annual Investment Trust Handbook, joins the programme to share highlights of the latest edition of the book (2022), which is now on sale. Jonathan runs through how investment trusts have fared this year, and looks ahead to 2022 by naming some themes and trends. He also reveals how he personally invests.
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