Lindsell Train IT edges close to peak premium once more

High risk of capital loss

Jayna Rana
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Nick Train of the Lindsell Train Investment Trust
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Nick Train of the Lindsell Train Investment Trust

The £295m Lindsell Train Investment Trust has been edging towards its 2016 peak premium of 75% over the past 12 months, but commentators are warning this also increases the risk of capital loss.

The trust, which has been run by Nick Train since its inception in 2001, has seen its premium climb from 22.7% to 72.6% in just 12 months, according to data from Winterflood, which signifies increasing...

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