Midas funds take step in the right direction

Smith, Amanda
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p24
The article reports on the performance of the balanced growth and balanced income funds of Midas Capital Partners Ltd. in Great Britain in 2008. It reveals that the funds recorded short-term improvements where balanced growth was second quartile in the fourth quarter, while, balanced income fund recorded a 1.2 per cent return in the third quarter. The company stresses that investing in corporate bonds also offer benefits in enhancing the funds' competitiveness.


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