Investing in funds: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

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Investing in funds: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly by Saul Djanogly.

“Investing in Funds: The good, the bad & the ugly” is a hard hitting kindle book available on amazon and already winning praise for its no nonsense expose of how so many UK fund investors get a raw deal.

It reveals the scandalous epidemic of closet trackers and the hole they burn in investors’ pockets.

Author and investment fitness club founder Saul Djanogly shows how…
• Investors have over £55 billion invested in these funds in the UK
• Over the last 5 years investors could have saved themselves £1.86 billion in fund management fees by avoiding these funds

Fund managers and financial advisers charge investors large sums of money in annual fees to invest in these funds without telling them that these funds almost entirely track and mirror the benchmark index they’re trying to beat when investors could get a much better deal from low cost index funds.
Make sure that you’re not an unknowing victim of the closet tracker fund epidemic by
downloading Your Copy of this book from the author’s site or Amazon today.

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