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The Share Centre reveals the year's bestselling funds and stocks

Data from The Share Centre reveals its most purchased collectives and individual shares in 2018, with big names dominating both lists.

With markets volatile and no clear leaders in terms of geographic sector or stock market sector, the best-selling funds and shares this year have been spread across the board.

Data from The Share Centre reveals its most purchased collectives and individual shares in 2018, with big names dominating both lists.

Click through to see where the retail money has been going this year.

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With markets volatile and no clear leaders in terms of geographic sector or stock market sector, the best-selling funds and shares this year have been spread across the board.

Data from The Share Centre reveals its most purchased collectives and individual shares in 2018, with big names dominating both lists.

Click through to see where the retail money has been going this year.

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5. Lindsell Train Global Equity

Manager (pictured): Citywire AA-rated Nick Train

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4. Axa Framlington Global Technology

Manager (pictured): Jeremy Gleeson

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3. LF Woodford Equity

Manager (pictured): Neil Woodford 

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2. Legg Masaon IF Japan Equity 

Manager (pictured): Citywire AA-rated Hideo Shiozumi

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1. Fundsmith Equity

Manager (pictured): Citywire AAA-rated Terry Smith

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5. Sirius Minerals

Sector: Mining

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4. GlaxoSmithKline

Sector: Pharmaceuticals

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3. BP

Sector: Oil and gas

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2. Vodafone

Sector: Telecommunications

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1. Lloyds Banking 

Sector: Financials

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