A few years ago, a friend crunched some numbers to try and establish the best performing funds in history. His criteria were challenging. Firstly, he wanted to see audited figures going back at least 20 years. Secondly, he wanted to see average annualised returns of at least 20 percent. Eleven funds made the final cut.The best funds in the world ?
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