Top 20s

Our most popular investments

August 2019

To help you see what other customers are investing in, here's the latest list of our most popular funds, equities and investment trusts.

This list is based on the monetary value of gross purchases made by our investors during the month stated.

Top 20 Funds Fund ID
1 Fundsmith Equity I Acc FUQUIT
2 Lindsell Train Global Equity B Inc 7GGLOE
3 Fundsmith Equity I Inc FUUNDS
4 Vanguard LifeStrategy 20% Equity A Acc VVLFSE
5 L&G Short Dated Corporate Bond Index I Acc LGAAIG
6 L&G Index Trust I Acc LGBTIA
7 Vanguard LifeStrategy 40% Equity A Acc VVLFSU
8 Janus Henderson US Growth I Acc GEUGI
9 BlackRock Gold and General D Acc MYBLKG
10 Vanguard UK Government Bond Index Fund Acc VIUKGO
11 HSBC American Index Fund C Acc MDHAAJ
12 L&G European Index I Acc LGETIA
13 ASI MyFolio Market III Platform 1 Acc STARLA
14 Vanguard LifeStrategy 80% Equity A Acc VVLSRE
15 Vanguard LifeStrategy 60% Equity A Acc VVLFST
16 L&G US Index I Acc LGUTIA
17 Vanguard FTSE Developed World Ex-UK Equity Index Acc VVDVWE
18 Janus Henderson Institutional North American Index Opportunities Fund I Acc HENED
19 Neptune Latin America Fund C Acc NELATI
20 AXA Framlington Global Technology Fund Z Acc FRAABE

Important information

Investments can go down as well as up and investors can get back less than they originally invested. If you are unsure if an investment is suitable for you, you should seek financial advice.

Before you invest, it’s important that you understand the risks.

If you are looking to invest in a fund, you should read the Fund Factsheet and Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and Key Information Document (KID). You can find these documents within the Morningstar Investment Selector on our Investing Hub.

If you are looking to invest in an investment trust, it’s important to be aware that investment trusts may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the New Asset Value (NAV), meaning that a relatively small movement down or up, will result in a magnified movement of the NAV in the same direction. This may mean that you could lose all of your investment.

August 2019

To help you see what other customers are investing in, here's the latest list of our most popular funds, equities and investment trusts.

This list is based on the monetary value of gross purchases made by our investors during the month stated.

Top 20 Investment Trusts Fund ID
1 Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust SMT
2 Alliance Trust ATST
3 Personal Assets Trust PNL
4 City of London Investment Trust CTY
5 TR Property Investment Trust TRY
6 Merchants Trust MRCH
7 Finsbury Growth & Income Trust FGT
8 Edinburgh Investment Trust EDIN
9 Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust ASL
10 F&C Investment Trust FCIT
11 Monks Investment Trust MNKS
12 Murray International Trust MYI
13 Capital Gearing Trust CGT
14 Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust EWI
15 Caledonia Investments CLDN
16 The Mercantile Investment Trust MRC
17 Allianz Technology Trust ATT
18 Witan Investment Trust WTAN
19 Bankers Investment Trust BNKR
20 The Henderson Smallers Companies Investment Trust HSL

Important information

Investments can go down as well as up and investors can get back less than they originally invested. If you are unsure if an investment is suitable for you, you should seek financial advice.

Before you invest, it’s important that you understand the risks.

If you are looking to invest in a fund, you should read the Fund Factsheet and Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and Key Information Document (KID). You can find these documents within the Morningstar Investment Selector on our Investing Hub.

If you are looking to invest in an investment trust, it’s important to be aware that investment trusts may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the New Asset Value (NAV), meaning that a relatively small movement down or up, will result in a magnified movement of the NAV in the same direction. This may mean that you could lose all of your investment.

August 2019

To help you see what other customers are investing in, here's the latest list of our most popular funds, shares and investment trusts.

This list is based on the monetary value of gross purchases made by our investors during the month stated.

Top 20 Shares Fund ID
1 Royal Dutch Shell RDSB
2 Lloyds Banking Group LLOY
3 Legal & General LGEN
4 Aviva AV.
5 Prudential PRU
6 BP BP.
7 Rio Tinto RIO
8 Standard Life Aberdeen SLA
9 Barclays BARC
10 International Airlines Group IAG
11 Royal Bank of Scotland RBS
12 GlaxoSmithKline GSK
13 National Grid NG.
14 Phoenix Group Holdings PHNX
15 ASOS ASC
16 Fresnillo FRES
17 Land Securities LAND
18 AstraZeneca AZN
19 HSBC HSBA
20 BHP Group BHP

Important information

Investments can go down as well as up and investors can get back less than they originally invested. If you are unsure if an investment is suitable for you, you should seek financial advice.

Before you invest, it’s important that you understand the risks.

If you are looking to invest in a fund, you should read the Fund Factsheet and Key Investor Information Document (KIID) and Key Information Document (KID). You can find these documents within the Morningstar Investment Selector on our Investing Hub.

If you are looking to invest in an investment trust, it’s important to be aware that investment trusts may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the New Asset Value (NAV), meaning that a relatively small movement down or up, will result in a magnified movement of the NAV in the same direction. This may mean that you could lose all of your investment.

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