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obone
29 Mar '17
A Hargreaves Lansdown Wealth 150+ fund 'FP CRUX European Special Situations Class I - Accumulation (GBP)'
has its largest holding of 4.24% 'AURELIUS Equity Opportunities'
Been heavily attacked by Gotham City Research LLC on 28/3/2017
https://gothamcityresearch.com/research/
Share price fall yesterday 17% and today 7.5%

Aurelius replied
http://www.reuters.com/article/brief-aurelius-comments-on-gotham-city-s-idUSASM000ABM

Very annoying for me as this was part of my low risk portfolio !!!
I am hoping I can liquidate my fund still having any surplus at all.

It confirms my long standing view that I am can only blame myself if I make the share decision myself
rather than an 'expert' (who takes a small cut for his expertise - and lack of reaction to news)

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