Multi-managers, who try to pick the best funds and managers for investors, confess their biggest investment regrets. While some bemoan an investment rationale that came undone, others rue not taking good opportunities quickly enough.
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How do you find the best managers?
However, finding good multi-manager funds is not easy. There are hundreds of them and they are mixed up with conventional funds in big sectors. To help you identify the best we've launched a series of short guides highlighting the top performing multi-manager funds in different sectors. We start with five of the best from the Global Equities (shares) sector:
Hear what multi-manager managers have to say
How do the bigwigs running the multi-manager funds decide which funds to invest in? According to Hargreaves Lansdown's Lee Gardhouse and Roger Clark, making sure the managers are incentivised to perform is key. Read the full story here:
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Active multi-manager funds, such as Jupiter Merlin Portfolios, pick the best fund managers out of 2,000 available in the UK, continually monitoring their performance.
The news archive
Read more about multi-manager funds in our archive:
- Incredible investors: born, trained or made?
- How Hargreaves' 'Best of British' fund stacks up
- Against the tide: the contrarian fund investors
- Jupiter Merlin team buys into Woodford fund
- Hewitt backs Barnett to deliver at helm of Edinburgh
- How alternative assets can boost performance
- Bill McQuaker: 3 funds for big company returns
- Potter's picks: 4 fund managers for income
- Top UK multi-manager piles into cash on correction fears
- Looming ‘ketchup moment’ for inflation spurs flight from credit
- Andrew Cole: ‘once in a lifetime’ equities-buying moment is near
- Multi-manager: Five wise men eye up 2013 stars
- Why David Coombs is selling Woodford
- AXA Framlington's Peirson: BT in 'game changing' phase