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Threadneedle UK Equity Income

Citywire Selection Verdict: Contrarian investors Leigh Harrison and Richard Colwell use the market weakness to top up on a number of resilient defensive stocks they believe exhibit steady growth potential. They favour consumer services and healthcare, which have been the main drivers of consistent performance in their portfolio, balancing that with the growth potential of the industrial sector. The managers have a steady outperformance record and should hold out relative to the index in market downturns and participate on the upside, making this a good pick for the long-term investor.

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Leigh Harrison
Leigh Harrison
16/73 in Equity - UK Equity Income (Performance over 3 years) Average Total Return: 51.03%
Richard Colwell
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15/73 in Equity - UK Equity Income (Performance over 3 years) Average Total Return: 51.03%
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