Finsbury Growth & Income keeps delivering long-term returns


#1

Since Nick Train became manager 13 years ago, this trust has on average beaten the return of the index by 100%. How the heck does he do it? I found ou
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#2

I had to read that Ketchup bottle quote several times. I thought it had been a spelling mistake , but, yeah, at last, I get it.

…and, erm, I love this trust.

Think I want to have his babies :slight_smile:

***Pssst, Maybe I should just settle for buying shares in his investment trust!


#3

@CityGirl have my babies instead, I’m his double to a T :wink:

(Only kidding, I’m less than half his age with probably a quarter of his wealth).

They are seriously good returns. His style reminds me of European Investment Trust manager Dale Robertson http://www.whichinvestmenttrust.com/european-investment-trust-masterclass-dale-robertson/

I think all managers should declare their shareholding, I don’t know why they don’t. If they’re going to look after my money I want to know that they’ll suffer too if they’re pants at the job.

I’ve been thinking about selling my Alliance Trust shares. I’m going to sell them and buy this.


#4

Hey get a room you two (or is it three?).

Seriously good performance from a quality manager.

From what I can tell he does it by keeping things simple. Buying simple companies of the sort we all know and holding them forever.

As for Irn Bru, I love their adverts, not sure I love the drink.

I like Tizer and Rubicon which they also do though.