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Experts’ top investment trust ideas for a nervous 2019
Next year looks fraught with uncertainty. However, investors with genuinely long-term horizons can afford to take a dispassionate look at the opportunities this creates.
First ‘global impact’ trust lines up November launch
Global Sustainability Trust hopes to offer ethical investors annual returns of around 6% through investments in microfinance and conservation.
M&G mulls trust comeback with Credit Income launch
M&G Investments considering a re-entry to the investment trust market with a listed diversifed debt fund.
Trust Watch: Temple Bar back to ‘cheap’ as ‘value’ unloved
Alastair Mundy's UK equity income investment trust can't get out of the dog house but one top-performing listed smaller companies fund could see its discount disappear.
Biotech Growth: after the lull comes the perfect M&A storm
Biotech Growth has had a dull 12 months after disappointments from its holding in Celgene but with its shares on a 7% discount and fund manager Geoff Hsu anticipating more mergers and acquisitions now could be a good entry point.
Henderson Smaller Cos defies Brexit fear after stellar year
Neil Hermon's trust has posted another strong year of performance and looks attractive with its shares stuck on an 11% discount to net asset value.
Full steam ahead: Claverhouse overtakes Train in UK income
JPMorgan Claverhouse, a UK equity income trust run by William Meadon and Callum Abbot, has given Nick Train's Finsbury Growth & Income a run for its money over the past year.
Saltydog now adds investment trusts to new portfolio
Investor subscription service plans to launch a new portfolio that applies a momentum-driven process to investment trusts and exchange-traded funds.
Stifel downgrades Templeton Emerging over co-manager
Stifel analyst Anthony Stern lowers Templeton Emerging Markets from ‘positive’ to ‘neutral’ due to uncertainty caused by recent appointment of co-manager Andrew Ness.
Can Lazard World Trust avoid the chop with dividend hike?
The investment trust bargain hunter scraped through a continuation vote last year but hopes a second dividend hike and 6% yield will keep shareholders sweet at next month's ballot.