New video: Five things to consider when investing in VCTs
The first time I invested in a Venture Capital Trust (VCT), I had been making my own investments for a couple of decades, and I worked in the industry – but it still felt a little like stepping into the unknown.
I was attracted by the income tax relief (up to 30%) and the potential for tax-free dividends. VCTs invest in young companies and the level of information available was nowhere near what I was used to for more mainstream investments.
Wealth Club is helping change that. In that vein, I had a chat with our Investment Manager, Nick Hyett to discuss the five things to consider when investing in VCTs – you might find it interesting, whether you’re new to VCTs or a long-time investor like myself.
In this video, we answer questions such as: How are VCTs different from a more mainstream equity fund – say, one investing in FTSE100 companies? What sort of portfolio might someone just starting out investing in VCTs consider? What might a more seasoned VCT investor consider?
Watch the video now.
5 Things to Consider When Investing in Venture Capital Trusts (VCTs)
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