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Help choosing funds
Help choosing funds
Important information - Please keep in mind that the value of investments can fall as well as rise, so you may get back less than you invest. Please note that Navigator is not a personal recommendation and does not provide advice that a particular investment is suitable for you. If you need additional help, please speak to a financial adviser. You should regularly reassess the suitability of your investments to ensure they continue to meet your attitude to risk and investment goals.
The road to investing starts here
We all have different tolerances to risk. Whether you’re adventurous or cautious, it’s important to decide how much risk is right for you to achieve your investment goals. Navigator (previously Pathfinder) can provide you with a diversified fund in a few easy steps, based on the level of risk you’re comfortable with and the investment approach you want to follow.
Top funds managed by our experts
Once you make your decision with Navigator, you’ll be investing in a multi-asset fund (a fund made up of a selection of other funds) that is actively managed. This means that the funds don’t track the movement of a stock market index, but rather the manager can invest in a collection of companies that they believe can perform well.
The underlying funds are chosen by the experts in our Multi Asset Team, who have direct access to fund companies and a team of researchers to support their decisions.
Leave it to us
Choosing a Navigator fund offers ease, with the help of a fund manager in your corner.
Easy to use
The tool will first ask you what type of fund suits your goals; income or growth. It will then ask the level of involvement you would like from our experts. For some of the options you will also be asked your attitude to risk. If you’re unsure of what level of risk you’re comfortable with, you’ll be able to use our risk calculator tool.
Other ways we can help you invest
Browse a list of our favourite funds - selected by experts
Easy Invest offers a fund suggestion if you don't know where to start.