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    • RomfordNavy
    • By RomfordNavy 23rd Aug 18, 1:01 PM
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    Which Vanguard fund
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    • 23rd Aug 18, 1:01 PM
    Which Vanguard fund 23rd Aug 18 at 1:01 PM
    Have put some funds with Vanguard of which half has been invested in:
    Vanguard Global Liquidity Factor UCITS ETF (VLIQ)

    Any suggestions which Vanguard fund to put the other half into?
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    • RomfordNavy
    • By RomfordNavy 14th Sep 18, 3:58 PM
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    Read up on the difference between Investment Trusts and Open Ended Investment Companies, then swap some words around to make that sentence make sense.
    Originally posted by talexuser
    If I have understood this correctly shares in Lindsell Train Investment Trust Plc (LTI.L), the Company's closed-ended mutual fund (of various funds), are available to trade on iWeb albeit currently at a premium to NAV.
    However the underlying individual open-ended funds such as "Lindsell Train Global Equity Fund - Class B" are not available to trade due to this 4% entry charge.
    • londoninvestor
    • By londoninvestor 14th Sep 18, 8:37 PM
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    Correct. Note that LT currently waive the 4% charge - but the fact that it is documented on the KIID and could be imposed in future means that Halifax/Lloyds/iWeb deem it not to meet their criteria.

    (Thread for background.)
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