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The Share Centre launches its Top Tracker list to help inform investors’ choices


The Share Centre has launched a list of its preferred index tracker funds for retail investors.

Generally offering a lower cost solution than the vast majority of actively managed investments, index trackers provide an ideal opportunity to gain broad exposure to a variety of indices whether shares or bonds.
Andy Parsons, Head of Investment Research and Advisory Services at The Share Centre, says: “With so little time on our hands, tracker funds continue to grow in popularity, providing investors with a low cost investment and reassurance that performance will closely mirror that of the chosen index. As a result, we are pleased to be launching the ‘Preferred Tracker List’ on our website which will aid investors in their investment decisions. The range offers diversity and multiple market access, as well as geographical diversification. 
“Furthermore, tracker funds are easy to understand and monitor, so investors do not have to spend vast amounts of time checking and researching them. Unlike active funds, where investment strategies and approaches can vary over time, the investment objective of a tracker fund will always remain the same: to track an index as closely as possible.”

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