What would you like us to do with the funds you've selected
This shows the number of portfolios you hold. Portfolios can be constructed from Unit Trusts & OEICs,IMA Unit Trusts & OEICs,Investment Trusts,Pension Funds,Life Funds,Offshore Funds,Exchange Traded Funds and cash. Holdings and acquisition costs can be recorded so that profits/losses can be calculated. These can be calculated in terms of a number of base currencies. Overall portfolio values, as well as portfolio constituents, can be made the subject of alerts.
You have one watchlist, and this shows you the number of items currently stored in the watchlist. Items stored here do not have holdings records, so this list simply monitors the price of items held, which can also be subject to alerts
This is designed to be a temporary collection of items selected by you for further analysis in the tools section. Items can be subsequently transferred from the Basket to the Watchlist or Portfolio.
Would you ever use open-ended funds for property exposure?
The objective of the Fund is to achieve long-term capital appreciation and generate an above average dividend yield, which will grow over time. The Fund will aim to achieve this objective mainly through investments in equity securities that are listed on the London Stock Exchange (or other relevant UK exchanges). The vast majority of stocks selected will be constituents of the FTSE 350 Index although there may be a handful of smaller stocks at times. Performance of the Fund will be measured against the FTSE All Share TR Index. At all times at least two thirds of the Fund’s total assets will be invested in equity securities of companies domiciled or exercising the predominant part of their economic activity in the United Kingdom. The Fund will exclusively concentrate on stocks that generate a prospective yield above that of the FTSE All Share average, with a strict selling discipline once a stock’s yield falls below the average level. This approach will naturally give the Fund a contrarian style and also means that the portfolio will be very different from the UK Index.
The Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) shows the drag on performance caused by operational expenses associated with a fund.
Expenses which are represented by this figure include payments to the manager, the trustee the custodian and their representatives. The figure also includes registration, regulatory, audit and legal fees, and the costs of distribution.
Performance fees, transaction costs, interest on borrowing, costs associated with derivatives, entry and exit fees and soft commissions are not included in the OCF calculation, and should be factored in separately by the investor.
The OCF is calculated by taking the sum of these expenses incurred in the last 12 months and dividing this by the average net assets of that class for the last 12 months.
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.
Unlike the Ongoing Charges Figure, the TER takes into account performance fees. It does not include transaction costs paid to the custodian.
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.
Anybody know how the yield is 4.74 on the B income units, I make it 4.11 on a price of £1.58Nobee - check again, I think they've fixed website
why no dividend this quarter
website does not list ret inc units so cannot include in a portfolio. pity.
I believe this fund has performance fees. Why no mention of them here? VERY poor show.
why are dividends shown in £ rather than pence. Dividends are announced in pence to 5 decimal places
Back to top of page
What is fundswire?
Fundswire lets you to keep track of the funds, managers and groups you’re interested in.
For funds you follow via Fundswire we’ll alert you to any significant developments, whether changes in performance or risk characteristics, a new rating or award, or a change of fund manager.
Are the UK’s most popular funds now too big?
05:05 PM | 05-Mar-2014
You are being transferred to our sister website, Trustnet Direct, where you will be able to complete this transaction.