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Investment trusts

Investment trusts are collective investment funds which pool together money from hundreds or thousands of investors. That money is then used to buy shares in a range of companies which the fund manager hopes will perform well. Investment Trusts can be a sensible way to make money from a stockmarket-linked investment. It can be ideal if you're saving for the future, but you need to make sure you choose an amount of risk you're comfortable with.

Deciding to invest is an easy first step. Choosing which one, is rather more complicated. However, a good starting point is to look at the different sectors into which they are grouped

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