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Between playing the investment game or not, you can do a lot worse than 3i Infrastructure

It is the last day of the month and also the final day of the third quarter of the year. Interesting times at many levels but it is not impossible out there for any investor (so long as you don’t pick some crazy investments). To that end, I hope you have not been too light in your allocations to the commodities, tobacco, defence and pharmaceutical sectors, as well as a bit of general non-sterling exposure. But one area a bunch of investment thinkers are very excited about is the infrastructure space. And that brings me back to 3i Infrastructure (3IN).

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Good news - I guess - for boring investors via 3i Infrastructure

You can invest in many different sectors apart from equities, bonds and cash. For myself I like having some gold exposure too, but you can also have (I guess) bitcoin or hedge funds, a second or third home, artwork, green investment angles or infrastructure exposure. The latter is worthy and reasonable but, let’s face it, a bit boring. Nevertheless I am sure a few of you are big fans of 3i Infrastructure (3IN) with its (oh so excitable) aim to “invest responsibly in infrastructure, delivering long-term sustainable returns to shareholders and having a positive impact on our portfolio companies and their stakeholders”...

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Here's an Investment Trust Working Sectors Which May Be More Reliable than Most

Hello, Share Plumpers. Generally, I’m uncomfortable with companies that use initials and numbers in their brand names. My old-fashioned prejudice is that the founders may lack imagination and miss the trick of having a catchy name that people remember. But this jaundiced view probably means I miss out on some interesting opportunities...

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