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Fidelity VIP Portfolios
Equity capabilities that help uncover investment opportunities
One of the largest research teams in the industry helps us seek opportunities for the benefit of our clients
More than 165 equity research professionals1
Fidelity’s trading resources – people, technology, and risk management – result in lower costs with a commitment to best execution
More than 55 traders1
Three trading desks
Wide range of equity strategies with disciplined investment processes designed with the goals of our clients in mind
VIP Contrafund℠ Portfolio
A sector-based, large-cap equity strategy
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