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To provide long-term capital growth from a globally diversified portfolio investing primarily in small to medium capitalization companies specializing in identifying, developing and extracting gold. It may also invest in mining companies extracting other precious metals. There may be occasions, in light of adverse market conditions, where the Investment Manager chooses to hold high levels of cash, bonds and government securities. The Investment Manager may use derivatives for efficient portfolio management purposes only.
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Total Expense Ratio (TER) is a formula designed to show the ongoing costs to the investor associated with a fund, including some charges which are not factored into the annual management fee. In addition the fund’s annual fee, charges such as trading fees, audit and legal fees, and operational expenses are included in the TER, which is worked out by dividing the total cost of the fund by its total assets to arrive at a percentage.
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All prices in Pence Sterling (GBX) unless otherwise specified. Price total return performance figures are calculated on a bid price to bid price basis (mid to mid for OEICs) with net income (dividends) reinvested. Performance figures are shown in Sterling unless otherwise specified.
How is Damaskos still in a job? How does this fund still have 19 mil in it?!
It isn't hard to see what you mean wwjd_andy. Over the last few disastrous years Mr Damaskos has featured in several articles with the gold crystal ball. I recall too that about three years ago Tom Winnifrith saying he had never seen a better time for investing in gold miners. There then followed three shirt-removing years of relentless descent in fund values. The performance of Mr Damaskos' own fund since last December (2013), however, suggest that that may indeed have finally been the lowest point. And his words now in conjunction with his fund's performance suggest that he is focusing on companies which fulfil the right criteria. None the less the question of the timing of renewed investment in his or other mining funds remains. But if you are among those who own that 19 million in his fund, and have stuck it out so long, this is presumably the time to continue to hold on.
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