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Edinburgh&#39s Isa factsheets promote investment trusts

Edinburgh Fund Managers is issuing a series of Isa fact guides aimed

at demystifying the world of investment trusts.

The guides are designed for IFAs to use with their clients to provide

reassurance through current uncertain stockmarket conditions.

The series, written by Edinburgh investment trust manager Robert

Waugh, begins by answering simple investment questions such as why

invest in UK stocks and shares, why invest in an Isa and why choose

an investment trust Isa?

Later guides will offer an outlook for the UK market and discuss

technical aspects of investment trusts.

Marketing manager Lesley Drummond says: “These factsheets have been

drafted in response to enquiries. Many investors are nervous of

committing their Isa money due to recent stockmarket volatility.

“However, history suggests that often investors can benefit from

investing when markets are at low levels. We hope that IFAs will be

able to use these factsheets to help their clients make the right

investment decisions.”

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