Contrarian investor

How two professional investors find investment trust bargains

We put two fund-of-investment trust managers through their paces, comparing strategy, performance and charges.

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Time to switch from growth to value?

Is a value-focused approach due its time in the sun, asks Senecas Gary Moglione.

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Bargain Hunter: Strong performer since launch, but on a double-digit discount

This investment trust is approaching its third birthday and has been a strong performer, but is sitting on a 12% discount.

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Value investing: how to become a bargain-hunter investor

Value fund managers adopt many different approaches in their hunt for bargain shares; we look under the contrarian bonnet.

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The Contrarian: three out-of-form investment trusts to snap up

For contrarian-minded investors, stockmarket falls offer inexpensive entry points, writes David Liddell.

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Contrarian investor: Three investment trust discounts that have caught my eye

Three UK trust underperformers with very different aims catch the contrarian eye of David Liddell of IpsoFacto Investor.

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Five 'value' investment trusts that invest against the crowd

As growth strategies start to flag, value- and contrarian-oriented trusts may be coming back into fashion.

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Contrarian Investor: Three trusts for value in an overvalued world

Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.

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Two investment trust discount opportunities

Our contrarian investor has eyed up an underperforming investment trust top-heavy with tobacco stocks, while there's also a bargain to be had in Japan.

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