Neil Woodford has been one of Britain’s top fund managers for a long time. Despite a lacklustre performance over the past three years, over the long run, he has trounced the FTSE All-Share index and made lots of money for his long-standing investors.
Now, after 26 years managing money for Invesco Perpetual, he has set up his own fund management firm, Woodford Investment Management. His new equity income fund is set to launch next month. So should you give him your money, or is there a better option?
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