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What we are saying

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Fundsmith launches new upgraded website

Fundsmith LLP (‘Fundsmith’), the fund management company founded by Terry Smith, today announces that it has launched a new, upgraded website with improved functionality for investors.
What others are saying

What others are saying

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Money Observer Awards Fundsmith Equity Rated Fund Status

Fundsmith today announces that personal finance and investment publication, Money Observer, has awarded the Fundsmith Equity Fund (“Fundsmith Equity” or the “Fund”) a Rated Fund status. Money Observer has also included Fundsmith Equity in three of their model growth portfolios, recognising the Fund’s “impressive performance”.
The Telegraph

The Telegraph - Terry Smith's Fundsmith sells only four stocks in three years

The outspoken chief executive has delivered table-topping returns with only a little tinkering on his £1.5bn Fundsmith fund. Terry Smith, the controversial fund manager, has sold just four stocks in three years while delivering returns that put his Fundsmith fund near the top of the performance tables.
Money Observer

Money Observer - Fundsmith Equity turns in chart-topping gains

Investors in Fundsmith Equity, managed by the forthright Terry Smith, have plenty of reasons to be cheerful. On 1 November 2013, its third anniversary, the global equities fund had powered to a total return of 61.2 per cent, placing it fourth among 244 funds in the Global growth sector, and beating the MSCI World index by nearly 20 percentage points.
What Terry Smith is saying

What Terry Smith is saying

Financial Times

Financial Times - Income is not what it used to be

An old joke goes: nostalgia is not what it used to be. Neither, it seems, is investing in equities for income. If you consult anyone in fund marketing about the name of a fund they will tell you to put “income” in the name.
Financial Times

Financial Times - Where's the beef?

Where’s the beef? is a catchphrase in the US. It originated as an advertising slogan for the fast-food chain Wendy’s in a TV commercial in 1984. Since then it has become an all-purpose phrase questioning the substance of an idea, event or product. It strikes me as relevant to the current predicament of McDonald’s.