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Investment Trust and Funds News updates
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The three funds I bought last week
Several of his fund choices have already performed well, so the Saltydog analyst is buying more.
by Douglas Chadwick
How to get your investments into shape ahead of retirement
We examine the various scenarios and possible options for SIPP investors as retirement nears.
by Cherry Reynard
Neil Woodford's billion-dollar baby turns four
We use Patient Capital's fourth birthday as a chance to share our view on Woodford’s middle child.
by Jemma Jackson
Riding high with these UK funds
Funds in the UK All Companies sector are on the up, with the Saltydog analyst happy to stay on board.
by Douglas Chadwick
The UK equity funds with Brexit in mind
As Brexit uncertainty continues, which UK equity funds offer the highest and lowest UK revenues exposure?
by Tom Bailey
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What is an investment trust?
Investment trusts are listed companies that invest in the shares of other companies or fixed income securities, unquoted securities or property.
As a listed company its shares are quoted on the London Stock Exchange and the share price is determined by demand and supply.
How are they different to funds?
Investment trusts are closed-ended companies. This means they have a fixed number of shares in issue, unlike Funds that are open-ended investment companies ('OEICs') or Unit Trusts. Investment Trusts are also listed companies and must have an independent board of directors that are obliged to answer to their shareholders.
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A Guide to Investment Trusts
brought to you by the Association of Investment Companies (the AIC)
The AIC was founded in 1932 to represent the interests of the investment trust industry – the oldest form of collective investment. Today, the AIC represents a broad range of investment companies, incorporating investment trusts, VCTs and other closed-end funds.