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Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares – you can lose some or all of your money, so never risk more than you can afford to lose. Bid/ offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. Shares recommended may be small company shares. These can be relatively illiquid meaning they are hard to trade and can have a large bid/offer spread. If you need to sell soon after you bought, you might get back less that you paid. This makes them riskier than other investments. Some shares may be denominated in a currency other than sterling. The return from these may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations. Any dividends will be taxed at source in the country of issue.
Past performance and forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future results.
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The “Invisible Dividends” product’s Five Year performance: 2011 1.5% | 2012 13.5% | 2013 47.2% | 2014 4.3% | 2015 7%. Figures are calculated using closing mid-prices either on first/last trading day of the period or day the recommendation was open/closed within the period (as applicable).
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