If you are trying to select a suitable investment manager, you are unlikely to be able to complain about lack of choice, particularly if you are seeking to invest in an investment trust, open-ended investment company (OEIC) or unit trust as opposed to using a more bespoke discretionary or advisory service.
But having so much choice can create its own problems. With thousands of investment funds to choose between, a mere glance at the performance tables does not represent a sound basis for selecting a home for your money. There is clear case for seeking professional advice. The information given does not provide specific advice and may not be suitable to your individual circumstances.Last Updated
The value of your investments - and the income from them - can fluctuate and it is possible that you might not get back a significant amount of your investment. Past performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated.