Gervais Williams: The three best UK smaller companies for investors to place into their SIPP in 2016
Gervais Williams, who runs the Miton UK Smaller Companies fund, which has returned 96 per cent since January 2013, compared to 64 per cent for the average fund in the same time period, has revealed the three stocks he believes are ideal for an investor to place into their SIPP.
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