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An investment trust is a publicly-listed company, just like BT or Shell. Whereas BT’s business model is to make money for shareholders by providing telecommunications services and Shell supplies oil and oil-related services, an investment trust invests in other companies. They are a type of fund. To learn more about how they work and why you might consider investing in one, read our top five things to know about investment trusts.

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