Threadneedle Absolute Return Bond
The £81 million Threadneedle Absolute Return Bond open-ended investment company has a long history producing below average annual returns that put it in the bottom 25% of the Absolute Return category with more recent data indicating declining returns. These returns have also experienced higher levels of volatility compared to other funds in this category. Higher levels of volatility in the market-neutral returns of a fund increase the short and medium term risks of an investment.Our Rating: 1.7 out of 5
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