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Schroder Income Maximiser
Citywire Selection Verdict: Thomas See builds on the fundamentals of the Schroder Income fund but differs with its focus on high yield targets and has consistently delivered yields of around 7% each year since its launch. See has the capabilities to outperform over the long term, however this f und uses a derivative overlay to generate additional income which may potentially impact returns. The fund is a sound choice for those looking for a high yield as long as they can stomach the periods of high volatility.
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by Gavin Lumsden on Apr 16, 2014 at 15:17