Each year, we pick a handful of investment funds available to Irish investors and highlight them on our blog.  We’ve charted below how our 2019 selections performed.

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There’s no doubt 2019 was a cracking year to have your money in investment funds.  Our of our five picks, even the worst performer grew more than 7% – and that was a property fund, rather than one investing in company shares and bonds.

Our top performing pick, Zurich international equity, grew by 29.7%.


2019 Results 1 &Ndash; How Did We Do In 2019?Of course, 2019 was an exceptional year – and it’s the longer term that really counts.  We’ve charted the five-year performance of our 2019 chosen funds below.  As you can see, they have all turned in solid long-term growth.  Even the lowest performer here is up over 26% over five years. Compare that to five years of rock-bottom interest rates in the bank!

2015 19 Results 1 &Ndash; How Did We Do In 2019?


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