If investing is fraught with complexity, understanding the small print can also be a route to better results. Such is the case with investment trusts: from the use of gearing to an ability to boost dividends by dipping into capital reserves, characteristics that make trusts more complicated than open-ended funds can also translate into better returns when used wisely.
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