Not very scary
Blue Whale Growth Fund
Might occasionally be a bit scary
Will definitely be scary at some point (but if you can keep your eyes closed…)
Allianz Technology Trust (ATT)
Scottish Mortgage (SMT)
For a couple of thematic options, I like:
Ninety One Global Environment Fund
Invests at least two thirds in companies that contribute to decarbonisation.
L&G Battery Value Chain ETF (BATG)
Essentially a play on the transition to electric vehicles. Invests in companies at different points in the battery supply chain - has several motor manufacturers in the top ten. Also invests in miners that produce metals used to manufacture batteries.
Bit late to the party here. You already have Fundsmith, which its hard to argue against, though Terry Smith will not go on forever. The record of 18% a year does make me wonder why I don’t just hand him my entire portfolio!
Two others that I hold and seem to move serenely upwards are:
Blue Whale; whilst its only been going 5 years, it has delivered 110% growth in that time and survived the 2020 covid dip surprisingly well, no succession issue there Steven Yiu is a young chap!
Slater Growth, Mark Slater following in the footsteps of his father Jim and doing a good job in delivering GARP.
Both of there are sleep-at-night holdings in my portfolio (with Fundsmith) and have done the job well for me.