Investment Trusts 

Don't let discounts control what you buy

Don't let discounts control what you buy

The prices of investment trusts' shares do not always reflect the value of their assets, meaning these can trade at discounts or premiums to their net asset value (NAV) – ie cost more or less than their assets. So some trusts’ boards try to limit the amount by which the share price differs from the NAV via what are known as discount control mechanisms.

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