Investment Trusts 

IT geek: discounts aren't always bargains

IT geek: discounts aren't always bargains

If you're planning to put money into an investment trust its an added bonus if you buy it at a discount to its net asset value (NAV). But the main reason for adding an investment is to fulfil the asset allocation that is appropriate for you. And when choosing a fund to get exposure to a particular kind of asset, the primary reasons for selecting it should include features such as the performance record and charges – not whether it is on a discount to NAV.

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