Free report: Mobeus VCTs – back in full sail

A history of consistently strong performance for the past 18 years. Exceptional dividend payments. A reputation as one of the best VCT houses. 

It’s hardly surprising the Mobeus VCTs have long been a cornerstone of many VCT investors’ portfolios. 

But two years ago investors were left champing at the bit, after VCT rules changed. Mobeus has not raised any money since 2015 and is unlikely to raise again in the next few years. 

So, is now the time to invest? 

We've looked at the facts, analysed the figures and interviewed the manager. 

What will this research report tell you?

  • Performance and dividends – and what's behind them
  • Where might any future growth come from?
  • What type of companies are in the portfolio?
  • Which are the successes and failures to date?
  • Who are the people behind the VCTs?

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Please note: VCTs invest in smaller higher-risk companies. These investments are not suitable for everyone. They are illiquid and capital is at risk. Investors should not invest money they cannot afford to lose. 

Wealth Club aims to highlight investments we believe have merit, but you should form your own view. You should decide based on the Securities Note and ensure you have read and fully understand it before investing. This research report is a marketing communication. It is not advice or a personal or research recommendation. It does not satisfy legal requirements promoting investment research independence and is thus not subject to prohibitions on dealing ahead of its dissemination.


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