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can anyone enlighten me as why this fund is underperforming in spite of a good portfolio; i rely on income.
If this fund carries on like that, pretty soon Manec will have a rival. In the mean time with funds at £2.42bln and TER 1.69% it is collecting £41 million annually.... Success has its rewards.
investec smaller companies similar stocks may be but the fund will excel,just as the prophecy says below the fund will recover,and so will we all when we are not down trodden ridiculed and treted like nit wits everyones opinions matter and we can all shed some light on best way forward if only the others would shut up at the top and listened to a bit of kind common sense instead of vip celebrity over hype and mania evryone really does matter and has to be served and looked afeter when they are sick and they should be helped kindely not bullied all the time like i have been and made to feel i don't matter,its shameful,and no i don't look up to the bullies and these stupid demeaning forms sent to sivk people by a bunch of bullying idiots with no medical knowledge,have you ever fad any one sick,no ....well I have many times helped others so you better start taking a page out of my book.
may be by looking at what other funds invest in could enhance income and growth Investec smaller companies seems to do quite well,as a top quartile fund over three years may be funds supplying income should invest in same companies to make performance and income the same for all customers,hope this is not too naive ,but fair shares all round springs to mind and if merging funds/making thigs fairer for all then this should be the goal of all stock brokers in my opinion,fairness for customers and fairness in good stocks making up the funds in which we invest. kinder society would be better than just a big society....fair shares all round would make things right,no more unkindness killings and wrong cut backs or people will die before they should,already people are being starved in their hospital beds unless relatived or friends take food in same in old peoles homes ,Britain pull your socks up and be fair to all sick people or you may one day get a taste of your own medicine should you yourself be sick and go in old ag or need to hospital,its shameful to bash those who can't feed themselves they should be fed with a spoon just like I did when I was a nurse food is necessary for all patients and old people to or they will die of starvation,which is cold blooded murder!!!Wake up would you like to be starved to death,well feed those who need help and stop being so wicked,you won't escape either unless you mend your ways and quickly,no more sitting around feed these poor people show mercy or you will not receive mercy either when you need help and are sick or old .Well it needs saying and it needs doing or we are all doomed if the selfishness carries on.
they say history repeats itself,in the past i had this fund and it was at one time excellent performer,but much has changed,fund managers and fund stock pickings,could do well soon depending on canny stock pickings may be.
can floraid tell us which jupiter fund is better than the monthly income. I have lost £3800 since investing many years ago. so much for long term
This fund is performing very badly against both the UK equity Income and the Footsie All Share Index and has a very poor record against similar income funds.Is this likely to improve?Why is it soo bad over the last 5 years?
This fund will recover
I have held this fund for a long time but have realised it is not a good performer. I asked HL for an opinion and the response was incomprehensible. They list it as one of their GOLD star funds but I don't know why? Probably not a good time to sell.
My sentiments exactly. How can this fund still be top rated? I'd like to get out too but seem to have left it too late, so much for long term investments
Jupiter have another OEIC which has performed must better than the Income fund. I will see if there is a charge for switching. S&P still have it as AAA but Intnl Express show it as one crown only which is more realistic on recent performance.
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