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Fund of the Week: Trojan

Rapid swings across different markets and asset classes have caught out many investors over the last few years.

Looking back further, over ten years the FTSE All Share has doubled, while UK government bonds have returned a solid 88% - and with a third of the volatility.

The multi-asset approach in the Trojan fund, which aims to preserve capital and generate steady growth, has handsomely rewarded investors. Over this period fund manager Sebastian Lyon has generated strong returns of 172%, posting positive numbers year in year out. 

You can find out more about his latest thoughts and positioning in this video.  

Our Citywire Selection picks are based on our totally impartial analysis of the funds and managers we believe have established the best track records, operate the best investment strategies and offer the most potential for investors.

The writer has an interest in this fund.

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