Published every month since November 1996, Investment Trust Newsletter provides unrivalled coverage of the sector for investors of all types. For anyone interested in the sector, whether for personal investment, for savings, or advising others, we feel the newsletter offers a great mix of information and advice.

We aim to pick the best trusts to maximise profits or income, or both. We also tell you when to sell, following trusts closely and reporting on them time and again, to keep you fully informed. We meet the managers of trusts face-to-face wherever possible, attend numerous industry conferences, and talk to industry professionals, helping us to get the real story behind the performance figures.

In addition to our own research the newsletter also includes a précis of the best research from stockbrokers in the sector. We are proud to say that we get all of the relevant research from all leading brokers, including JPMorgan Cazenove, Winterflood, Stifel, Liberum Capital, Numis Securities, Panmure Gordon, and Investec. This is not information usually available to private investors.


3i Infrastructure, Aberdeen Smaller Companies Income, Aberforth Smaller Companies, Acorn Income Fund, Alliance Trust, Allianz Technology Trust, Apax Global Alpha, Artemis Alpha Trust, Atlantis Japan Growth Fund, AVI Japan Opportunity, Baillie Gifford Japan, Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon, Baillie Gifford UK Growth, BH Macro, BlackRock Latin American, BlackRock North American Income, BlackRock World Mining Trust, Bluefield Solar Income, BMO Commercial Property, British Empire, Canadian General Investments, Carador Income, Civitas Social Housing, Downing Strategic, Dunedin Enterprise, Edinburgh Dragon, Edinburgh Worldwide, EF Realisation Company, Empiric Student Property, Establishment Investment Trust, Fidelity Asian Values, Fidelity China Special Situations, Fidelity European Values, Fidelity Special Values, Finsbury Growth & Income, F&C Investment Trust, GCP Infrastructure, GCP Student Living, Greencoat UK Wind, Gresham House Energy Storage Fund, Gresham House Strategic, Hansa Trust, Henderson Alternative Strategies Trust, Henderson Eurotrust, Henderson Far East Income, Henderson International Income, Henderson Smaller Companies, HgCapital Trust, HICL Infrastructure, Hipgnosis Songs Fund, ICG Enterprise Trust, Impax Environmental Markets, Independent Investment Trust, Infrastructure India, International Biotechnology, John Laing Infrastructure, JPMorgan American, JPMorgan Chinese, Lindsell Train, Miton Global Opportunities, Majedie Investments, Merian Chrysalis, Monks, Murray International, Odyssean Investment Trust, Pacific Assets, Pantheon International Participations, Perpetual Income & Growth, Personal Assets Trust, Picton Property Income, Polar Capital Technology, Primary Healthcare Properties, RIT Capital Partners, River & Mercantile UK Micro, Riverstone Energy, Schroder Japan Growth, Scottish Mortgage, Smithson Investment Trust, Stenprop, Syncona, Target Healthcare REIT, Templeton Emerging Markets, Tetragon Financial Group, TR European Growth, TR Property, Triple Point Social Housing, Tritax BigBox, Utilico Emerging Markets, Vietnam Enterprise, Witan Investment Trust, Worldwide Healthcare Trust.

Investment Trust Newsletter provides unique insight from our manager meetings and the stockbrokers’ research we receive.


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