Investing for the long term: A job for life
According to the Association of Investment Companies (AIC), more than half of investment companies,...
Most people who invest in funds are familiar with OEICs (or open-ended investment companies), but are less au fait with closed-ended investment trusts.
FundCalibre’s Sam Slator explains the basic workings of an investment trust, a publicly-listed company that invests in other companies. See our other videos explaining gearing, discounts, revenue reserves and the role of an independent board. You can find more via our YouTube channel.