Five active US equity funds offering the most alpha since Trump's election

The best performers revealed

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Which funds have outperformed since Trump's election in 2016?
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Which funds have outperformed since Trump's election in 2016?

Baillie Gifford American, Loomis Sayles U.S. Equity Leaders, Morgan Stanley US Advantage and T. Rowe Price US Blue Chip Equity are the S&P 500 benchmarked strategies within the IA North America sector to have achieved top-quartile alpha generation and bottom-quartile tracking errors relative to their average peer since US President Donald Trump was elected on 8 November 2016 to time of writing (26 October), according to research from Investment Week using data from FE fundinfo.

Baillie Gifford American, Loomis Sayles U.S. Equity Leaders, Morgan Stanley US Advantage and T. Rowe Price US Blue Chip Equity are the S&P 500 benchmarked strategies within the IA North America sector to have achieved top-quartile alpha generation and bottom-quartile tracking errors relative to their average peer since US President Donald Trump was elected on 8 November 2016 to time of writing (26 October), according to research from Investment Week using data from FE fundinfo. Over recent years, and particularly since lockdown was implemented earlier this year, the rapid growth of the F...

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