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IFA publishes guide to top 50 investments for income and growth

IFA the David Aaron partnership is publishing a consumer guide to the best investments to achieve income and growth.


It covers the top 15 tracker beating unit trusts including European, smaller companies, technology and far eastern funds.


The guide also includes details of corporate bond Isas, high income stockmarket linked bonds, with-profit bonds, property bonds and distribution bonds.


Senior partner David Aaron says: &#34We think that the best active fund managers such as Jupiter, Newton, Invesco GT and Perpetual will outperform tracker funds over the next year or two because some of the top shares have become overvalued, whilst there is still excellent in mid-cap and smaller company stocks both in the UK and Europe.&#34

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