Nick Train doubles down on Finsbury Growth & Income's worst performer

Sticking to Fever-Tree ‘makes sense’

Valeria Martinez
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Lindsell Train's Nick Train

Manager of the Finsbury Growth and Income trust Nick Train has increased his position in Fever-Tree, despite the soft drinks manufacturer delivering the worst performance across the portfolio in July.

In the latest monthly report, Train revealed he had bought more shares in the beverage producer after they fell 12% on a profit warning related to transportation and glass costs ahead of its H1 res...

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