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The Investment Trust Handbook 2019

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The Investment Trusts Handbook 2019 provides investors with the investing essentials, cutting-edge expert views and powerful trends and data on investment trusts – often referred to as the City’s best-kept secret.

With contributions from key commentators, writers and leading industry experts, all edited by respected financial journalist Jonathan Davis, the handbook delivers for investors both private and professional, and is an indispensable companion for anyone looking to invest in the investment trusts arena.

FEATURES: Charles Cade, Peter Spiller, John Baron, Robin Angus, Max King, Alex Denny, James Burns, James Anderson & more!

“This is truly the definitive guide on the market right now.”

Master Investor

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INVESTMENT TRUST BASICS

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TAKING THE PLUNGE

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TRUSTS AND THE PRIVATE INVESTOR

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