Funds & ETFs 

Riding market volatility to increase long-term value

Riding market volatility to increase long-term value

When a manager with a good record leaves a fund it is a reason for investors to monitor the fund more closely than usual to see what happens next, although not necessarily a reason for immediate concern. But if that manager with a good record goes and sets up a new fund that appears to have similarities with the one he left, then you would expect his former colleagues to be concerned about a new rival. 

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