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Is Neil Woodford's High Income fund too big?

This month sees an investment industry major milestone, the 25th anniversary of Invesco Perpetual High Income Fund (GB0033054015), run by a manager considered to be one of the UK's best - Neil Woodford. Since its launch on 8 February 1988, if you had invested £10,000 you would have received £36,135.5 income and £71,155 capital, and it has been the best-performing UK equity fund since its launch.

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By Leonora Walters,
06 February 2013

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