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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.)
    • ambitiouspanda
    • By ambitiouspanda 16th Oct 18, 9:01 PM
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    Hi, is it worth putting 800 into a Vanguard life strategy account?
    **2018 G O A L S**
    1) Pay off overdraft
    2) Pay off credit card by November 2018
    3) Begin 2019 debt free and be debt free for the rest of my life!
    • Peelerfart
    • By Peelerfart 16th Oct 18, 9:08 PM
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    Hi, is it worth putting 800 into a Vanguard life strategy account?
    Originally posted by ambitiouspanda
    Takers, anyone?
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    • dunstonh
    • By dunstonh 16th Oct 18, 10:22 PM
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    Hi, is it worth putting 800 into a Vanguard life strategy account?
    Originally posted by ambitiouspanda
    If it is suitable for the objectives then yes.
    If it not suitable for the objectives then no.

    At just 800, if that is all that can be afforded then probably not on the basis of capacity for loss.
    I am an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA). Comments are for discussion purposes only. They are not financial advice. If you feel an area discussed may be relevant to you, then please seek advice from an Independent Financial Adviser local to you.
    • bostonerimus
    • By bostonerimus 17th Oct 18, 1:12 AM
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    Hi, is it worth putting 800 into a Vanguard life strategy account?
    Originally posted by ambitiouspanda
    not before you pay off the credit card.

    If you put money in regularly in a tax advantaged account then it would be worth it. If this is a one of off thing then better just to spend it
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