Need help deciding how to invest?

Our handy tools and guidance make finding and choosing the right investment even easier.

Find a ready-made solution with PathFinder

If you’re looking for a straightforward and simple way to invest, use our PathFinder planning tool to select a ready-made, diversified fund based on your preferred risk level and savings goals. Our investment experts will then actively manage your money for you in a fund that invests mainly in a range of funds.

 

Get guidance on top-rated funds

Our experts research thousands of funds a year. The Select 50 is a collection of their favourites or ‘highest conviction’ picks. We’ve grouped them into eight categories, so it’s even easier to find the preferred fund in a specific region such as the UK, Europe, the US or Asia and Emerging Markets, or by asset class.

Plus, thanks to the extra discounts we’ve negotiated on many of these funds, the Select 50 offers you truly great value.

Alternatively, you could consider the Select 50 Balanced Fund - a new fund that brings our experts' favourite funds together in one investment.

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.

 

Build your own portfolio with Investment Finder

If you already know what you’re looking for, use our powerful new search tool to explore our full range of investment options to find, filter and select your own combination of funds, investment trusts and ETFs (Exchange-traded-funds).

 

Choose your ISA funds with our expert's help

Tom Stevenson’s reveals his ISA fund picks for 2018.

These guidance tools are not a personal recommendation in respect of a particular investment. 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.