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Investment Trust Insider: say HHI to some defensive high income

by James Carthew on Nov 13, 2012 at 00:01

The fund is currently trading on a relatively modest premium to net assets of 2.6%. It has been issuing shares to help moderate the premium and this has been enhancing the NAV somewhat.

It is possible that defensive portfolios will underperform if the good times return but for those of you who think this may be some way off, Henderson High Income could be worth a closer look.

James Carthew is a director of Sapient Research 

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