Fundsmith Emerging Equities Trust Share Offer Closes 20th June

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Fundsmith Emerging Equities Trust, or FEET as we like to call it, will be invested using the same strategy as the Fundsmith Equity Fund but with one added dimension: the companies invested in by FEET will have the majority of their operations in, or revenue derived from, Developing Economies and will provide direct exposure to the rise of the consumer classes in those countries.

Same Fund Manager
Same Unique Investment Process
Same No Nonsense
Same Discipline
Same Sectors
Same Methodology
Same Inactivity
Same Total Alignment of Interest
Same High Conviction

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What Terry Smith is saying

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to emerging markets

01 August, 2014 | By Terry Smith

In my last column for FT Money* I tried to get to the bottom of why so many investors have had such a bad experience pursuing the superior economic growth in emerging markets. This begs a further question: is there a better way to invest in the developing world?

Why buy BRICs when you can have MUGs?

11 April, 2014 | By Terry Smith

If you were willing to invest on the basis of a snappy acronym with no regard for the economic and political characteristics of the countries, perhaps you should have subscribed for a fund investing in a group of countries which each rank a little ahead of the Brics in terms of Economic Freedom.

What did you invest in before the war, great grandpa?

07 March, 2014 | By Terry Smith

In this centenary year of what contemporaries called the Great War and we now call the first world war – because it became necessary to number them – what can we learn from the changes in the constituents of the stock market over the intervening century?



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