Bestinvest's Spot the Dog finds fewest underperformers in six years

Number of dog funds more than halves

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Bestinvest's bi-annual Spot the Dog finds over £45bn is still in underperforming portfolios
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Bestinvest's bi-annual Spot the Dog finds over £45bn is still in underperforming portfolios

The number of underperforming funds in Bestinvest’s bi-annual ‘Spot the Dog’ report has fallen to a six-year low thanks to a value resurgence and growth’s long-term outperformance.

The latest edition of the report identified 31 so-called ‘dog funds', down from 81 in the previous report. However, £45.4bn of investors assets are still invested in these dog portfolios, which ...

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