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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Aberdeen Smaller Companies Income Trust Plc ASCI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 357.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
357.00 357.00 357.00 357.00 357.00
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topvest: I'm sorry but that's definitely not the case. SLA have been a great supporter of investment trusts over the years, and that continues to be the case. With the SLA merger though there is bound to be some level of rationalisation of the two sides and their investment trust holdings. SLA have had a bad time of late, but when the technology disruption bubble bursts (as it will have to) SLA as a value investor will start out-performing again.
topvest: Yes, but Aberdeen StandardLife use a value (rather than pure growth) investment approach. I am not saying they don’t buy growth companies as well, but they are not in the same category as Baillie Gifford who are pretty much growth (irrespective of price) investors. Over the last 5 years those investment managers taking an approach more like Baillie Gifford have out performed. Anyone holding Amazon and the FANGS are “growth” investors. Fevertree and ASOS if you are talking UK only.
my retirement fund: I see there are major concerns over this merger as it already triggering the departure of key fund managers.Investors are being told to avoid these funds altogether since many more of their funds are likely ti be left in limbo as more managers leave.When I was a full time investor five years ago or so, Standard Life were one of the worst offenders for investor wealth destruction. They would always without fail be the ones at the top of the chain throwing money at overpriced pie in the sky IPOs or dumping holdings in long standing companies at the cusp of a turnaround.I doubt anything has changed since. I always used to pitty those who had SL managing their pension, annuities or endowments and life policies.
my retirement fund: Best quotes available to the retail investors here 198.44p to sell, 205.00p to buy, so even a modest purchase for a retail investors of say 1000 shares is going to wipe him out by more than £65 and that's before their brokers commission and government stamp duty. Spread of 6.56pence is bloody disgusting - people should complain to the FSA imo !
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