Contrarians help New Star to shine

Lewis, Adam
February 2007
Fund Strategy;2/12/2007, p38
Trade Publication
The article reports on the success of the New Star Active portfolio. According to Standard & Poor's index, this portfolio sits at the top of the 23 funds in the Active Managed sector of the Investment Management Association (IMA). Mark Harris, co-manager of the New Star Active fund, attributed investment in funds at launch to the success of the fund. Harris said that concerns of a global slowdown indicates that the portfolio has become more defensive.


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