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If you want low... 29/01/2017, 22199597

  1. If you want low volatility with +100% PA returns, check out Henry Morgan Limited (HML)
    In 2016 they didn't even have a single negative NTA month, and did over +100% for the year, and finished 1st amongst all LICs.

    They target +100% each year and aim to do so without negative months.

    Their wholesale fund did +650% in only 3 years!!

    The only think holding the SP back was the large amount of 1:1 options. But most of those are being exercised as i speak, due to the gigantic 20c dividend payout on offer, essentially yielding about 15%.

    These guy are the real deal, and now investors are starting to take them serious. There was an amazing Australian Financial review writeup about them a few weeks back.

    Anyway HML will probably be $3 by end of 2017. Great times ahead for early investors!

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