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The value of your investments can go down as well as up, and you may not get back what you originally invested.
The Trust aims to provide an attractive return to shareholders each year n the form of dividends and/or capital repayments together with prospects for capital growth. The Trust invests predominantly in UK equities and equity-related securities of companies across the market capitalisation spectrum.
Each investment trust calculates the net asset value of a share by adding up the value of all the securities owned by the trust divided by the number of outstanding shares. The NAV can be viewed as the amount of money investors would receive per share if all of the securities owned by a trust were sold and distributed to the shareholders. The NAV of each Ordinary share will be equal to the NAV of each B share.
The value of your holding is
calculated using the share price. This does not always reflect the underlying
value of the share portfolio held by the investment trust. Depending on supply
and demand for the investment trust, it can trade at a discount or premium to
net asset value and the level of discount or premium may vary between the Ordinary shares, B shares and units.
Source: Lipper and F&C. Basis: share price, percentage growth, bid to bid, net income reinvested. Basis in accordance to the regulations of the Financial Conduct Authority. Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The discrete annual performance table and the cumulative performance table refers to periods ending 31.12.2017
Note: The performance figures shown here will differ to those shown in the Key Information Document (KID) as they are based on actual past performance data. The performance information in the KID is presented on a forward-looking basis using economic models based on historical prices and volatility of the product (as prescribed by regulations).
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Share price (B Shares)
Share price (Units)
Past performance is not a guide to future results. The value of investments can go down as well as up.
The shares of the Company are listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Information in this section of the website concerning the Company is
directed solely at persons who are located in the UK. Nothing on this
website is, or is intended to be, an offer, advice, or an invitation, to
buy or sell any investments. Potential investors must read our full terms and conditions, and relevant Key Information Documents (KID), before proceeding further with any investment product referred to on
this website. The information on this website may not be suitable for
everyone, and retail investors unsure whether an investment product
referenced on this website will meet their individual needs should seek
advice before proceeding further with such product.
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