Why Invest in Europe?

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Thanks to Fidelity’s Select 50, finding a way to make the most of what Europe has to offer just got easier.

The European Select 50 - Fidelity International

7 Ways to Invest in Europe

Political concerns may have deterred many from investing in Europe, but smart investors are increasingly spotting value and opportunity in the region.

So the time may have come for investors to dip a toe back into European waters. And, with the markets of Western Europe collectively making up the second-largest regional stock market in the world, its diversity means there are interesting options for a wide variety of investors.

However, spotting opportunities in this huge market can be difficult at the best of times. To help make your investment choices easier, our Multi Asset team has put together the Select 50, a list of about 50 funds that they particularly recommend including seven European funds. They’ve met the managers, crunched the numbers and analysed the investment process to find some of the best funds available to investors in the UK.

Unwrap our experts’ best ideas

The latest issue of our Select 50 report provides even greater insight on our recommended European funds. Tom Stevenson, Fidelity’s Investment Director, shares seven reasons why he believes Europe looks like a good investment. The report also includes key facts and figures on each of our recommended European funds to help you make a smarter decision for your investments.

Read the report now (pdf)

Select 50 Report: Europe Issue

Our recommended European funds

Choose from a list of top-rated European funds hand-picked by our investment experts. Each fund has been chosen by our experts as one of their favourites, or 'highest conviction' options. Grouped into eight straightforward categories, including Europe, the Select 50 makes it easy to find, filter and choose the right investment.

The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. Please bear in mind that the Select 50 is not a personal recommendation to buy funds. Equally, if a fund you own is not on the Select 50, we're not recommending you sell it. You must ensure that any fund you choose to invest in is suitable for your own personal circumstances.

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