VT Tyndall North American Fund A GBP Net Accumulation

VT Tyndall North American Fund A GBP Net Accumulation
Valu-Trac Investment Management Limited
Open Ended Investment Company
North America
1.06 %
0 %
The investment objective of the VT Tyndall North American Fund is to achieve long term capital growth. The Sub-Fund will aim to meet its objectives by investing primarily in North American (US and Canadian) equities. The Sub-Fund may also invest in other transferable securities, collective investment schemes, money market instruments, deposits, cash and near cash. There is no particular emphasis on any industry or economic sector.
Holding %
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc Class A 4.35 %
Fiserv Inc 4.19 %
The Walt Disney Co 3.97 %
Chegg Inc 3.63 %
STERIS Ltd 3.52 %
Mastercard Inc A 3.34 %
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc Class A 3.12 %
Ulta Beauty Inc 3.06 %
Planet Fitness Inc A 3.01 %
Visa Inc Class A 2.93 %
Region %
United States 97.98 %
Sector %
Consumer Cyclical 28.47 %
Technology 17.58 %
Utilities 11.81 %
Financial Services 11.74 %
Healthcare 11.51 %
Industrials 5.99 %
Consumer Defensive 5.62 %
Valu-Trac Investment Management Limited
IV32 7QE, Orton, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

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