Passive funds make up ground in Fundscape 'Wealth Off' experiment

Nine-month results

Victoria McKeever
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Bella Caridade-Ferreira: "It will be interesting to see how our investments behave when the UK is in the throes of its departure from the European Union and the stockmarkets are in turmoil.”
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Bella Caridade-Ferreira: "It will be interesting to see how our investments behave when the UK is in the throes of its departure from the European Union and the stockmarkets are in turmoil.”

Passive funds from Vanguard have crept up the performance chart at the nine-month stage of Fundscape's year-long 'Great British Wealth Off' experiment, following a performance lag from active funds.

Vanguard's LifeStrategy 80% Equity portfolios overtook the Architas MA Active Progressive ones, with the directly-bought version of the fund seeing a similar 4% growth as at the six-month stage. ...

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