Over the past three years to 11 March, investors in Neil Woodford’s flagship LF Woodford UK Equity Income fund (WEIF) have suffered losses of 6%, punctuated by a particularly poor 2018, when the fund was down 16.4%. In contrast, the average UK equity income fund has gained 20% over three years.
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