Troy's thoroughbred

Smith, James
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p41
In this article the author provides details on Troy Asset Management in Great Britain. The author relates that the group was founded by Lord Arnold Weinstock in 2000. Weinstock has introduced Trojan, the first balanced fund that boosted by 40% position in foreign currencies. The author notes that quality stocks have been the focus of the group which enable them to produce an annualized return of 8.5% for eight years.


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