VIDEO: Are ‘best buy’ lists the answer to the fund picking conundrum?

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If you want to build your own portfolio of funds but don't know where to start, a preferred or 'best buy' list could be a good place.

You’ll likely find one of these lists on your platform’s website.

These are not just a selection of the top performing fund managers. A lot more goes into building and reviewing these lists.

Here, editor, Jo Faith, talks to Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson about his firm’s selection process.

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