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Sector capabilities that scour the globe to uncover opportunities
Experience that leads to results
- First Fidelity mutual fund launched in 1981
- Proficiency across a range of market environments
- Demonstrated long-term track record
Research capabilities provide a competitive edge
- Over 150 equity research professionals1
- Coverage that few competitors can match
- Access to company management, suppliers, and government agencies
More choices to build better portfolios
- 11 active sector portfolios
Focus on companies that differentiate themselves from market expectations
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- Stock markets, especially foreign markets, are volatile and can decline significantly in response to adverse issuer, political, regulatory, market, or economic developments. Because of their narrow focus, sector funds tend to be more volatile than funds that diversify across many sectors and companies. Sector funds may have additional volatility because they can invest a significant portion of assets in securities of a small number of individual issuers. Each sector fund is also subject to the additional risks associated with its particular industry.
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