View the top funds purchased in a Barclays Stockbrokers SIPP during the last calendar month. Fund values can fall.
Top SIPP funds

Top investment fund purchases in SIPPs: November 2016

Take a look at the most popular fund purchases of unit trusts and OEICs (Open-Ended Investment Companies) by Barclays Stockbrokers' clients in a SIPP during the last calendar month.

These are measured by the number of purchases and should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular fund. The list is not intended to offer any form of advice. Fund Manager minimum investment levels do not apply to funds on our Funds Market and you can invest online from £50. You pay no initial charges on purchases on our Funds Market, saving you up to 5.5%. Other charges will apply.

Rank Fund Name IA Sector
1 Fundsmith Equity I Acc Global
2 CF Woodford Equity Income C Acc UK Equity Income
3 Jupiter India I Acc Specialist
4 Old Mutual North American Equity R Acc North America
5 CF Woodford Equity Income C Inc UK Equity Income
6 Fidelity American Special Sits W Acc North America
7 BlackRock Gold & General D Acc Specialist
8 Marlborough UK Micro-Cap Growth P Acc UK Smaller Companies
9 AXA Framlington Biotech Z Acc Specialist
10 Fundsmith Equity I Inc Global

Important information

The top investment fund purchases should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell any particular fund, and it is not intended to offer any form of advice. It is simply an indication of the total number of fund purchases made by Barclays Stockbrokers clients in SIPPs during the month.

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