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Rathbone Ethical Bonds
geoffrey Walton
Posted: 18 March 2017 22:34:34(UTC)
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Hello all,

I am looking for a little help please. My little PF is entirely made up of Equities, and I am looking to add or drip a decent amount from April. I would like a non-equity fund/iv.trust of some description, but have no ideas at all.
The above caught my eye a looking safe! and paying 4.8%.
What do others think, and have you any ideas? I would prefer an IT if possible

I am already in Rathbone Global Opps.

Thanks.
Tyrion Lannister
Posted: 30 March 2017 22:52:05(UTC)
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geoffrey Walton;44773 wrote:
Hello all,

I am looking for a little help please. My little PF is entirely made up of Equities, and I am looking to add or drip a decent amount from April. I would like a non-equity fund/iv.trust of some description, but have no ideas at all.
The above caught my eye a looking safe! and paying 4.8%.
What do others think, and have you any ideas? I would prefer an IT if possible

I am already in Rathbone Global Opps.

Thanks.


Why ethical?

If it's because you really want to avoid "non-ethical" stocks then fine.

It was the case that ethical stocks were a good investment, simply because the majority of people gained a conscience and were avoiding non-ethical products as consumers.

Is there still potential gain in that from a purely financial viewpoint? I'm not so sure there is.
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