Assets in underperforming 'dog' funds surge to record high

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Beth Brearley
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Assets held in consistently underperforming 'dog' funds have surged to £54.6bn - the highest level on record
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Assets held in consistently underperforming 'dog' funds have surged to £54.6bn - the highest level on record

Assets held in consistently underperforming 'dog' funds have surged to £54.6bn, the highest level on record, up from £33.6bn six years ago.

In the latest Spot the Dog report from online investment service Bestinvest, the number of 'dog' funds now stands at 111, a 91% increase from the 58 underperforming funds outed in August and a four-fold...

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