What are investment trusts?
An investment trust is a type of fund set up as a company, so its shares can be bought and sold on the stock exchange. They aim to make money for their shareholders by investing in a portfolio of shares, property or other assets, chosen and run by the investment manager. When you buy a share you are buying a slice of the trust’s underlying portfolio.
You should only invest in investment trusts if you have the time and know-how to select and maintain a diversified portfolio to help reduce risk.
Our website does not give personal advice. Ultimately all investments and the income they produce can fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. If you’re unsure where to invest, ask for advice.
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JPMorgan Elect Managed Growth: November 2020 update
In this investment trust update, Investment Analyst Dominic Rowles shares our analysis of the manager, process, culture, cost and performance of the JPMorgan Elect Managed Growth Trust.
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Open an account and start dealing
You can trade and hold investment trusts in a choice of HL accounts.
Fund and Share Account
- Free to hold investment trusts
- No investment limits
- Minimum £1 to open
Stocks and Shares ISA
- 0.45% annual charge to hold investment trusts (maximum £45)
- Invest up to £20,000 this tax year
- Minimum £100 to open
You can also deal investment trusts within a SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension)