|Asset Group||Asset Sub-Group||Investment Category|
|Equities||UK smaller companies||Smaller company|
Amati UK Small Cap fund: Brexit, elections, liquidity & AIM
Fund manager Paul Jourdan explains why his ii Super 60 small-cap fund has outperformed, whether it can continue, and how Brexit might affect his approach. Paul also reveals how also running an AIM VCT has been a great help and what he thinks about liquidity and the regulator’s approach to open-ended funds investing in unquoted assets.
Amati UK Small Cap fund: Wall of money, bank stocks, growth vs value
Find out what ii Super 60 fund manager Paul Jourdan thinks of the growth versus value argument, why over 9% of his portfolio is currently in cash, and whether a ‘wall of money’ will deliver a massive boost to stocks once Brexit is resolved. Lee Wild, interactive investor’s head of equity strategy, also asks Paul about the banking sector, best stock ideas and where private investors should put their money now.
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