Welcome to the Scottish Investment Trust

At the Scottish, our high conviction, global contrarian investment approach aims to generate above-average investment returns over the longer term for our investors…

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The Scottish named ‘Best Investment Trust’ at Shares Awards 2019
Investing in your children’s future

From uniforms to computers, parents spend more and more to kit out their children for the new academic year. How can parents prepare to meet the costs associated with their children’s education?

[Video] Alasdair McKinnon on Edison TV

Our Manager Alasdair McKinnon’s recent interview with Edison TV, covering a spectrum of topics from government deficit spending to regulatory cycles and what impact these might have on gold, telecoms and more.

Monthly Factsheet – October 2019

As the third quarter earnings season began well and the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates, stockmarkets hovered around record highs in October. Sterling’s rebound highlighted the potential of the unloved UK market...

[Video] Alasdair McKinnon on
CNBC Street Signs

A. McKinnon’s interview on CNBC Street Signs, where he comments on some of the most significant macro events that shaped global stockmarkets over past months, also covering Brexit, gold and tech stocks.

Getting our ducklings in a row

While markets can often be swayed by the latest trends, we prefer to take a long-term view. Find out how we’re ignoring the noise and getting our ducklings in a row…

Money… what’s it all about?

Iona Bain looks at the evolution and importance of money, its management, and how investors might patiently weather the vagaries of the stockmarket.

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Who we are

We do not attempt to follow investment fashions but instead seek investments in which we can foresee long term upside in share price performance.

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News & views

Read our latest news, views and thoughts on a wide range of contrarian investing topics.

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How to invest

Shares in The Scottish Investment Trust can be bought and sold in a number of ways. Find out more.

New to investing or investment trusts? Want to explore contrarian investing? Visit our Learning hub.

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