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Reasons to sell a fund and how to judge performance

Kyle and Algy Smith-Maxwell explain how investors should judge fund performance.

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In the final episode of our four-part bonus ISA series that aims to help investors develop a broader understanding of funds, Kyle is joined by professional investor Algy Smith-Maxwell to explain how investors should judge fund performance. The duo also discuss why it’s important for a fund manager to stay true to the way they invest, and Algy runs through reasons that might prompt investors to call it a day and sell a fund.

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Kyle Caldwell is collectives editor at interactive investor.

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