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- Got a 'defined benefit' pension? Watch out for scammers!
- Brexit the focus for Davies after Jupiter trust revamp
- AXA sells Sun Life and pensions business to Phoenix
- Broker offers to buy out 'death bond' investors
- The Expert View: Daily Mail, United Utilities and Paysafe
- Overnight Markets: Wall Street wavers after two-day rally
- Friday Papers: Oil breaks $50 for first time in 2016
- Woodford stock Hostelworld dives as bookings slump
- Electra Partners fired from trust after Bramson battle
- Banks drag down FTSE after Spanish scare
- HL initial free advice etc
- Boom boom
- Aspinal Chase - Pension Scam
- Endowment: ax a sun life with profits distribution (Hercules special bonus)
- New portfolio & low cost, thoughts?
- Lindsell Train Investment Trust
- From a letter in a paper today
- Beginners Portfolio Review
- Crazy Question - The Price of Funds?
- Any more fund tips?!
- I confess to not being able to make the remotest sense of pensions
- Investment Trust Watch: Europe sell-off reignites
- David Kempton: 5 stocks I'm buying as EU vote looms
- The trusts targeting Vietnam's resilient growth
- Investment Trust Watch: UK and Japan stars 'cheap'
- Who says active managers can't beat the index?
- David Kempton: stock picking under the 'Brexit' cloud
- Murray International gets to core of investors' dilemma
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: a huge hole in my portfolio
- Investment Trust Watch: Scottish Mortgage reverts to discount
- Diary of a Dumb Investor: I'm up and down after rally
It's well known that investment trusts tend to beat open-ended funds over the long term. The JPMorgan Smaller Companies trust is a great example.
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