Invesco managed trust
Edinburgh Investment Trust is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, and invests primarily in UK securities. The fund is managed by Mark Barnett and James Goldstone at Invesco Asset Management.
Its long-term objective is to achieve an increase of the net asset value per share in excess of the growth in the FTSE All-Share Index, and of growing in dividends per share in excess of the rate of UK inflation.
It is currently a constituent of the FTSE 250 and was first listed in 1952.
Credible record of outperformance
98% of intended trading completed by new manager
Woodford drama proves independent oversight is necessary
Removed from recommended list
Three years of underperformance
Slight recovery in investor confidence
Past two years 'disappointing'
Key to maintaining a balanced approach
UK equity market faces 'several challenges'
'Taking the initiative on transparency'
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Mark Barnett has cut some of former manager Neil Woodford's favourite holdings in the £1.4bn Edinburgh investment trust, adding 14 new stocks since the beginning of the year.
Neil Woodford has warned investors in his £1.3bn Edinburgh Investment trust that the recent period of strong performance is unlikely to continue if the Federal Reserve tapers bond purchases.
The Edinburgh investment trust has tumbled a further 5% this morning as investors continue to sell out, moving on to a discount following Neil Woodford's surprise move.
Shares in the Edinburgh investment trust were selling off this afternoon after the shock news Neil Woodford will be leaving Invesco Perpetual in April.
Global stock markets have notched up impressive gains over the past three months, with the FTSE 100 yesterday breaking the 6,400 barrier to reach a five-year high.
Invesco Perpetual's Neil Woodford has said he expects profit warnings will come "thick and fast" in the near term after identifying them as a key risk to markets in the current environment.
Three advisers argue the case for investment trusts and reveal some of their favourites.
Fund management groups and analysts have warned new dividend rules for investment trusts could see shareholders lose out as portfolios become less tax efficient.
Neil Woodford is poised to increase the limit on overseas investments in his £940m Edinburgh investment trust to 20%, as the manager continues to find better income opportunities outside of the UK.