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Investment Trust Insider: issue 30 out now!
Our free e-zine serves three ace features including a must-read profile of City of London's dividend king Job Curtis.
Welcome to issue 30 of Investment Trust Insider! This month we look at:
Buy, Sell, Hold
Our round-up of analyst views and investment trust news reports Electra Private Equity (ELTA ) under fire for appointing its largest shareholder as chairman, P2P Global Investments (P2P ) changing tack on share buybacks and Fidelity Special Values (FSV ) viewed as good value.
The fight against inflation
Inflation is low but rising, boosted by the recovery in oil prices and the slump in the pound since the EU referendum. What are the asset classes and which are the investment trusts that could protect your money?
Dividend King Curtis
City of London (CTY ) fund manager Job Curtis has notched up 25 years in charge of the £1.3 billion portfolio and extended the trust’s dividend growth streak to a record 50 years. We look at the dividend history in detail and speak to Curtis about the highs and lows of his career and the investment process he has used to generate an impressive 817% total return to shareholders.
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In this guide to investment trusts, produced in association with Aberdeen Asset Management, we spoke to many of the leading experts in the field to find out more.
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- Electra Private Equity (Spl) (Ord Income)
- P2P Global Investments (Ordinary Share)
- Fidelity Special Values (Ordinary Share)
- City of London (Ordinary Share)
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