Winter Portfolios 2018
ii Winter Portfolio doubles after fifth market-beating year
After an amazing fifth winter, our portfolio almost doubled in value and beat all the global indices, proving that international investors are wrong to ignore UK stocks. It also proves it is possible to time the market.
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Knowing the Risks
Past performance of the underlying constituents is not a guarantee of future performance. The value of investments, and any income from them, can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. These portfolios are designed for a short trading period, so market fluctuations may be more pronounced. If you buy the portfolio the holdings will not be automatically sold on 30 April.
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