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The CGT position depends upon ones personal circumstances. In my own case the yearly CGT allowance is well and truly busted on other gains, so any NAPS gains on re-balancing becomes subject to CGT. ETFs allow the capital gain to be rolled over, until the ETF is sold. As there is currently no CGT on death, a very large capital gain on an ETF could…

they are market cap weighted and not designed with sound investment principles at heart. FTSE trackers don’t pay.As much as I agree that the FTSE100 index is flawed from  the point of view that a few shares dominate the index, I cannot agree that tracker funds don't pay. They have 2 important advantages over NAPS portfolios, namely  no stamp duty on a FTSE ETF. OK,…

The current graphs do show that a high M portfolio is doing the best. But when you drill down into the 90-100% M stocks, currently most are large companies. My guess is that the M part of the QVM SR is not as predictive as we would like but is reflecting that post Brexit, it is the large company stocks that have done the best.

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