Fund Hunter does not offer advice. We seek to offer unbiased views and analysis. While we believe there is significant industry bias (link), the websites that cover funds include:
Trade bodies - Association of Investment Companies (Investment Trusts), The Investment Association (Open-end funds).
Rating services – Morningstar, Trustnet, Citywire.
Investment Trusts - Which Investment Trust, John Baron's Portfolios.
Investment platforms - Hargreaves Lansdown, AJ Bell, Interactive Investor.
Media – Citywire, Money Observer, Money Week, Investors Chronicle.
Open-end fund focused books - Effective Investing, Mark Dampier; Fundology, John Chaterfield-Roberts;
Investment Trust books - Financial Times Guide to Investment Trusts, John Baron; The Investment Trusts Handbook (annual), Jonathan Davis
Bailie Gifford's Quarterly Trusts Magainze - Free to read online and free to have delivered to your home.
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Stock picking services
These are not recommendations and Fund Hunter cannot vouch as to whether merit subscribing to. But for those picking stocks, there may be some merit in having a good source of ideas.
Funds and stocks can work well together provided that the stocks are small satellite ideas. Running a 100% stock portfolio is challenging for most of us.
Fund Hunter has no relationship with the below companies and cannot substantiate their marketing claims. They are presented in no particular order.
MyWallStreet - This website seeks out the 'top 1% of investing opportunities.' Its stock picks appear to have beaten the S&P 500.
Beth Technology - This is a service run by Beth Kindig who is based in San Francisco. It appears to have a good track record of identifying high-growth tech stocks like Zoom.
Investing City - The stock picks from this company appear to have beaten the S&P 500. The founder previously worked at Motely Fool.
Motley Fool US - This is one of the longest-running stock recommendation services.