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The 14 funds on Sanlam's income Black List

The 14 funds, in descending order, which Sanlam says have disappointed in terms of total return, income and volatility.

Elite Charteris Premium Income - Ian Williams

Net dividend yield: 3.5%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £4.3

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 109.1%

Volatility over 5 years:4.3

All data as at 31/12/13

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St James's Place UK High Income - Neil Woodford

Net dividend yield: 3.3%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £26.6

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 74.3%

Volatility over 5 years:3

All data as at 31/12/13

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Standard Life UK Equity High Income - Karen Robertson

Net dividend yield: 3.4%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £27.5

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 69.9%

Volatility over 5 years:4.7

All data as at 31/12/13

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Newton Higher Income - Richard Wilmot

Net dividend yield: 4.4%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £19.6

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 77.5%

Volatility over 5 years:3.5

All data as at 31/12/13

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Ignis UK Equity Income - Graham Ashby

Net dividend yield: 4.1%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £21.5

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 85.7%

Volatility over 5 years:4.3

All data as at 31/12/13

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GLG UK Income - Henry Dixon

Net dividend yield: 3.7%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £22.8

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 73.4%

Volatility over 5 years:4.6

All data as at 31/12/13

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Jupiter Income Trust - Ben Whitmore

Net dividend yield: 4.2%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £26.4

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 57.6%

Volatility over 5 years:3.8

All data as at 31/12/13

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S&W Church House Balanced Value & Income

Net dividend yield: 3.6%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £18.5

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 68.4%

Volatility over 5 years:3.5

All data as at 31/12/13

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St James's Place Equity Income - Nicholas Purves & Ian Lance

Net dividend yield: 3.4%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £21.6

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 79.6%

Volatility over 5 years:4.8

All data as at 31/12/13

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CF Canlife UK Equity Income - Craig Rippe

Net dividend yield: 3.7%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £21.6

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 48%

Volatility over 5 years:3.4

All data as at 31/12/13

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M&G Dividend - Phil Cliff

Net dividend yield: 3.8%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £18.2

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 73%

Volatility over 5 years:4.3

All data as at 31/12/13

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Neptune Income - Robin Geffen

Net dividend yield: 4.1%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £17.7

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 59.3%

Volatility over 5 years:3.9

All data as at 31/12/13

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Scottish Widows UK Equity Income

Net dividend yield: 3.6%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £21.6

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 60.3%

Volatility over 5 years:4.2

All data as at 31/12/13

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SWIP UK Income

Net dividend yield: 3.5%

Net income over 5 years (based on £100 investment): £21

Total return capital growth and net income reinvested over 5 years: 65.2%

Volatility over 5 years:4.1

All data as at 31/12/13

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