When it comes to fund manager strategies, you'll often come across the terms top-down and bottom-up to describe how he picks his investments. But here's the thing most unit trust investors don't know: You can use the same technique to decide which is the best unit trust to invest in…
What does top-down, bottom-up actually mean?
As we explain here, ‘top down’ and ‘bottom up’ strate... ››› more
Picking the best unit trust to invest in can be tough. There are SO many to choose from, it's hard to know where to start. Luckily, there's a good start pointing. And, when you know how to read it, you'll be able to pick out the good unit trusts from the bad…
Look at the Unit Trust Performance Table to find the best unit trusts to invest in
Just like a share’s daily performance is liste... ››› more
If you're looking to invest on the stock market, but you don't want the hassle or don't feel you have the experience to pick shares, then unit trusts could be perfect for you. By buying into unit trusts you get exposure to the market and a professional does all the stock picking for you. But how do you go about investing in them? Read on to find out…
Buying unit trusts is very easy, the resear... ››› more
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