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Is Neil Woodford's High Income fund too big?

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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