WORLDWIDE LONG TERM GLOBAL GROWTH FUNDWORLDWIDE LONG TERM GLOBAL GROWTH FUND
The Worldwide Long Term Global Growth Fund aims to provide strong returns over the long term by investing primarily in a concentrated, unconstrained global equity portfolio.
Performance & PortfolioSelect currencyCumulative Performance 30/09/2020
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Top Ten Holdings - 30/09/2020
Fund % 1 Amazon.com 8.4% 2 Tesla Inc 8.1% 3 Alibaba 6.5% 4 Tencent 5.8% 5 Meituan Dianping 5.4% 6 Kering 4.3% 7 Illumina 4.1% 8 3.9% 9 Netflix 3.4% 10 Shopify 3.1% Total 53.0% Fund % 1 Amazon.com 8.4% 2 Tesla Inc 8.1% 3 Alibaba 6.5% 4 Tencent 5.8% 5 Meituan Dianping 5.4% 6 Kering 4.3% 7 Illumina 4.1% 8 3.9% 9 Netflix 3.4% 10 Shopify 3.1% Total 53.0%Geographic Analysis of Total Assets 30/09/2020As the Fund invests in overseas securities, changes in the rates of exchange may cause the value of your investment (and any income it may pay) to go down or up.
The information contained on this page is intended as a guide only and should not be relied upon when making investment decisions. All holdings information is unaudited. Source Baillie Gifford & Co.
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AI: Learning on the job.
Dubbed the new electricity, artificial intelligence is intrinsic to the strategy and operations of many companies in the Long Term Global Growth portfolio. We look at how far artificial intelligence has come and consider where its superhuman ability to learn at speed will take us.April 2020
Some Suspicions About the Coming Years.
James Anderson discusses what we can learn about the effects of the coronavirus. Drawing on the work of experts such as Hans Rosling, James explores the monetary and fiscal transformation we are going through, concluding that the days of neo-liberalism are numbered. James also looks at what the crisis means for equity investors, asking what investments are now more valuable, and assesses the shift of global power towards Asia.April 2020
Calm Reflection During the Amygdala Hijack.
In times of stress stock markets, like people, often revert to act now, think later. Tim Garratt advocates doing the opposite. He reflects calmly on four key areas which will determine a company’s ability to survive the coronavirus (Covid-19) meltdown, by offering grounds for quiet optimism.April 2020
The Myth of the Marlboro Man.
Fear of missing out on dividend payments has sustained investment in oil and tobacco companies for many years. Now, however, the returns are dwindling. And, as Scott Nisbet explains, the door is opening for investors who see investing with a conscience as being less about avoiding bad companies and more about backing good.April 2020
Looking Back Going Forward.
Twice a year we produce a Long Term Global Growth magazine called Looking Back Going Forward, which contains investment articles which we trust will be of interest. We are pleased to bring you the April 2020 issue.
Mark is a Senior Investment Manager in our Long Term Global Growth Team, a strategy which he co-founded in 2003. Mark joined Baillie Gifford in 1996, initially working as an Investment Analyst and Manager in the US, UK and Japanese Equities Teams. He became a Partner in 2004. Mark graduated BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford in 1992 and spent a year at Harvard as a Kennedy Scholar in 1993 before completing a PhD in Politics at the University of Edinburgh in 1996.
Tom is Head of the US Equities Team and is a Decision Maker on Long Term Global Growth Portfolios. He joined Baillie Gifford in 2000 and became a Partner of the firm in 2012. After serving as Deputy Manager for five years, Tom was appointed Joint Manager of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust in 2015. During his time at Baillie Gifford he has also worked in the Developed Asia and UK Equity Teams. Tom’s investment interest is focused on high growth companies both in listed equity markets and as an investor in private companies. He graduated BSc in Computer Science with Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2000.
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