Meet the investment trust which invests in other trusts

BMO Managed Portfolio has both growth and income portfolios based on a collection of close-ended funds
Many investment trusts are diversified products, typically with portfolios made up of up to 100 individual companies. A trust which invests in other investment trusts arguably takes this to another level, potentially providing exposure to thousands of underlying investments. You get a professional insight into the prospects and performance of a variety of funds by watching the purchases and divestments by the manager of a trust-of-trusts. One such vehicle...

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