Unlike their open-ended counterparts, investment trust share prices are driven, in part, by demand – they can therefore trade above or below the value of their assets. This video explains how investors can take advantage of this intriguing phenomenon.
The ability to reserve a proportion of their income, and thereby smooth dividend payouts over time, has always been one of the most attractive features of investment trusts – this video explains why they merit serious consideration, particularly for the income-seeking investor.
In this white paper, we look back at historical data for direction, and to explore how markets have reactive over time during previous epidemics and significant geopolitical events, as we navigate these largely uncharted waters.
For those seeking long-term, inflation beating returns, stock market investment represents one of the most accessible and compelling avenues. Dividend investing is not new but has fallen out of favour despite their historically significant role in total returns.
Laura Thomas is joined by James de Sausmarez, Director and Head of Investment Trusts at Janus Henderson, as they discuss the impact of coronavirus and take a look back at previous market downturns to reflect on the stock market’s consistent ability to bounce back.
Investment Trusts will often signify if their remit is to invest in small, medium or large companies. So, in investment terms, what defines ‘small’ and ‘large’? In this short video, we’ll explore the parameters that define them and dispel a few myths along the way.
It can be daunting to pick between one or more of the over 400 investment trusts available. The AIC has created a guide that should give you a good feel for the type of trust which best suits your need.