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SLI bid for nervous investors

Scottish Life International hopes to allay the fears of nervous technology stock investors with a fund .


SLI is hoping protected.com will win over shy investors looking to get a piece of the high technology sector&#39s action by offering “peace of mind.”


The quarterly rolling fund gives 95 per cent capital protection, guaranteeing not to lose more than 5 per cent in any one quarter.


SLI marketing manager John Allison says: “This is the first opportunity for retail investors to benefit from the massive growth potential of technology stock s with a defined level of capital protection each quarter.”

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