Investment Trust Top 20s

Take a look at which investment trusts Alliance Trust Savings customers bought in 2016 so far and October 2016.
Investment Trust Top 20s


Top 20 year to date
1
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust
2
Alliance Trust
3
Finsbury Growth & Income Trust
4
Personal Assets Trust
5
Murray International Trust
6
Witan Investment Trust
7
RIT Capital Partners
8
City of London Investment Trust
9
Foreign & Colonial Investment Trust
10
Law Debenture Corporation
11
Edinburgh Investment Trust
12
Merchants Trust
13
TR Property Investment Trust
14
Monks Investment Trust
15
BlackRock World Mining
16
Perpetual Income & Growth
17
Henderson Far East Income
18
Pantheon International
19
Berkeley GP Holdings
20
Caledonia Investments
Top 20 October 2016
1
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust
2
Alliance Trust
3
Finsbury Growth and Income Trust
4
Ruffer Investment Company
5
Monks Investment Trust
6
Personal Assets Trust
7
City of London Investment Trust
8
Murray International Trust
9
BACIT Ltd
10
Law Debenture Corporation
11
RIT Capital Partners
12
BlackRock World Mining
13
Aberdeen Asian Smaller Companies
14
Merchants Trust
15
Berkeley GP Holdings
16
TR Property Investment Trust
17
Perpetual Income & Growth
18
International Biotech Trust
19
Caledonia Investments
20
Temple Bar Investment Trust



These tables are based on the value of purchases made by investors at that time, for information only and no reliance should be placed on the position of any company in making investment decisions.

When selecting investments you should consider what is right for you, including your attitude to risk. Investments can go down as well as up. Investors may get back less than they originally invested.

Investment trusts may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the Net Asset Value (NAV) meaning that a relatively small movement, down or up, in the value of a trust’s assets will result in a magnified movement, in the same direction, of that NAV. This may mean that you could get back nothing at all.

If you are unsure about any investment you should take independent financial advice.



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Risk warning

Please remember the value of your investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount you originally invested. All investments carry an element of risk which may differ significantly. If you are unsure as to the suitability of any particular investment or product, you should seek professional financial advice. Tax rules may change in the future and taxation will depend on your personal circumstances. Charges may be subject to change in the future.