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Ev­ery­day in­vestors have an enor­mous num­ber of funds and po­ten­tial sources of ad­vice vy­ing for their at­ten­tion. We are fre­quently asked by read­ers to help sep­a­rate the wheat from the chaff, and so launched the Tele­graph 25 list of our favourite funds in 2016.

But in­vestors’ goals dif­fer. We pro­duced the Tele­graph In­come 10 ear­lier this year, but now turn our at­ten­tion to growth. By this we mean funds that make in­come a se­condary goal, if that, and fo­cus in­stead on cap­i­tal ap­pre­ci­a­tion.

The list in­cludes “value” funds – those that hold cheap, unloved stocks – as well as funds that fo­cus on fast-grow­ing com­pa­nies.

This is not a top-10 rank­ing or a ready-made port­fo­lio. It is a col­lec­tion of funds we think stand out. To see how the list was com­piled and how to use it, and de­tailed fund de­scrip­tions, visit tele­graph.co.uk/go/growth10.

thinks stand out from the crowd

Fidelity Spe­cial Val­ues

This in­vest­ment trust buys largely Bri­tish com­pa­nies, of all sizes, and looks in par­tic­u­lar for those unloved by the wider mar­ket. Alex Wright, the man­ager, is highly rated by pro­fes­sional fund pick­ers and has a strong track record.

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