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Artemis Alpha Trust

Citywire Selection Verdict: John Dodd and Adrian Paterson have had a difficult time with their unquoted stock picks. Recently writing down four holdings has knocked over eight per cent off the trust’s value. It currently trades just below its long-term average at a discount of around 10%. We have put Artemis Alpha under review as we monitor the recovery process over the coming months.

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