Individual investors

This website is for existing individual investors (or retail investors) based within or outside of the UK or channel islands.

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From 29 March 2019 the fund will not accept any new clients domiciled in an European Union (EU) 27 country. Current investors within the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) may continue to hold units in our UK domiciled funds and may make additional contributions. This is subject to change.

Please read the legal and regulatory terms and conditions that apply when using this website. By entering, you are confirming you are an ‘individual investor’, accepting the terms and conditions of use.

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We aim to deliver a greater total return than the Consumer Price Index (CPI) measure of inflation + 3%, after fees, over any rolling 10-year period by investing with our valuation-linked cash management mechanism. Total return means the return we receive from the value of our investments increasing (capital growth) plus the income we receive from our investments (dividend payments). We use the CPI + 3% as a target for our fund’s return because we aim to grow your investment above inflation.

We also compare our fund against the FTSE World Index so that you can see how global stock markets have performed.

Ratings

Fund overview

Costs and charges

MiFID II charges

I class

Ongoing charges figure (OCF) as at 30.04.21
0.90%

Transaction costs
0.10%

Total MiFID II charges
1.00%

The MiFID II charges include the Ongoing Charges Figure (OCF) and transaction costs. PRIIPs compliant

Performance

Prices and dividends

Breakdown

Downloads

How to invest

Visit our ‘how to invest’ pages to learn about your available options to invest in the fund. This includes our distribution partners and direct postal investment.

Portfolio and market insights

Thursday, September 30, 2021

Quarterly investment commentary, Q3 2021

Since the bottom of the market in March 2020, investors have benefited from a potent combination of fiscal and monetary stimulus, vaccine success and the release of pent-up consumer demand. These catalysts drove up the prices of virtually every kind of asset, ensuring that valuations soared. But a wobbly September suggests that investors have got more nervy about stretched valuations, cost pressures and tamer growth.

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