Popular Funds/ETFs for a LISA?

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For retirement in 20ish years, any recommendations of current popular ones for that reason?

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  • AlexlandAlexland Forumite
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    Which platform, how big is the account, what's your contribution pattern, how much risk do you want to take, do you want UK bias or to invest in emerging markets? You might have provided details in previous threads but I have forgotten.
  • IAMIAMIAMIAM Forumite
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    £5k per annum. I take risks (5/6/7) on the risk profiles....AJ Bell. Happy for variety of funds every year. UK or not.
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    So if it's a new account it's probably easier to stick with funds as the valuation wouldn't yet be big enough to get the benefit capping on holding an ETF.
    If you are happy with circa 35% drops when markets crash how about Vanguard Lifestrategy 80?
  • Polly05Polly05 Forumite
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    I just went for the vanguard target retirement fund so that they move it to less risky options the nearer you get... 
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