Investment Trusts 

IT geek: Finding the right match

IT geek: Finding the right match

When choosing an investment trust, or any type of fund for that matter, the number one consideration is that it suits your objectives and profile, including the asset allocation that you have decided is the most appropriate way for you to meet your financial goals. When you have determined this and are looking at the different fund options to get exposure to each of the asset areas you have chosen, key considerations include its performance and costs. But even if an investment trust is in a sector you are looking to get exposure to, and has good performance and low charges, it still might not be suitable for you.

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