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Play Citywire goes stateside: how top US managers are playing the election

Citywire goes stateside: how top US managers are playing the election

Citywire travelled to the west coast of the USA to find out how some of country's top portfolio managers were positioned for fallouts from the US election and Brexit.

Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in GBP, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : 8.0% (31 August 2015 - 31 August 2016)
Total Return
1 of 31

28.0%

2 of 31

25.9%

2 of 31

25.9%

4 of 31

24.6%

5 of 31

11.1%

6 of 31

7.9%

7 of 31

7.4%

7 of 31

7.4%

7 of 31

7.4%

10 of 31

7.3%

10 of 31

7.3%

12 of 31

7.2%

13 of 31

6.1%

14 of 31

6.1%

14 of 31

6.1%

14 of 31

6.1%

17 of 31

5.9%

17 of 31

5.9%

19 of 31

5.4%

20 of 31

5.3%

20 of 31

5.3%

20 of 31

5.3%

23 of 31

5.3%

24 of 31

5.1%

25 of 31

5.1%

26 of 31

3.7%

27 of 31

3.2%

28 of 31

3.1%

28 of 31

3.1%

28 of 31

3.1%

31 of 31

2.4%

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