One of the amazing qualities of investment trusts is that they allow investors expert access to a huge variety of asset classes and global stock markets through investment vehicles that use a company structure to try to enhance returns – most commonly by borrowing money to invest and locking in capital. While the sector's fans often regard this diversity as a key virtue, it is a major obstacle for stock screening, which generally attempts to compare like with like.
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