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Laura Suter’s piece in The Telegraph on 25 August 2017 titled, “Reluctant investor? Here’s where to put your money,” discusses the anticipation of a market fall and weighs the options of where reluctant investors’ money may be best kept and has tipped the Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund as one of the recommendations.
“Unless you need the money imminently there is no reason to hold any money in cash,” said Darius McDermott of Chelsea Financial Services. Shares and bonds are risky and expensive, and geopolitical issues are sure signs of unpredictability and risk for investors.
For those wary of having to choose between various asset classes in the current market, MacDermott recommends absolute return funds and in particular the Church House Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund.
McDermott ‘tipped’ the fund, which is “one of the few in the sector to target an absolute return from diversification and risk management alone.”
The fund offers to deliver positive returns, low levels of volatility and is broadly diversified across asset classes with a strict risk limit structure. Quickly approaching the ten-year anniversary of the fund, the Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund has consistently achieved an average of 5.3% rolling twelve-month returns, with a rate of 87% for positive monthly returns since its inception.
To read the full article, please follow this link: Reluctant Investor? Here's where to put your money.
For more information on the Tenax Absolute Return Strategies Fund, click here.