Fidelity ETFs

Investing in Active Equity ETFs

Backed by Fidelity's heritage of research and active management, Fidelity Active ETFs give you the power to offer your clients the flexibility, tax efficiency, and trading benefits in an ETF, with the potential for outperformance.

Why Fidelity Active ETFs?

The benefits of the ETF vehicle:

  • Tax efficiency
  • Flexibility of intraday trading
  • Mitigate single stock risk

The power of Fidelity's active management legacy:

  • Decades of experience across market conditions
  • The potential for excess returns and better investment outcomes1
  • More than 400 research professionals around the globe2

Explore Actively Managed Equity ETFs

Fidelity Blue Chip Growth ETF (FBCG)*

A domestic equity growth strategy with a large cap bias. A focus on companies that we believe have above-average earnings growth potential with sustainable business models, for which the market has mispriced the rate and/or durability of growth.

Fidelity Blue Chip Value ETF (FBCV)*

A large cap, value-oriented strategy that seeks capital appreciation. A focus on companies where there is a significant price dislocation, where we believe that a stock’s market value will move toward its intrinsic value over time. We seek to purchase securities with a large “margin of safety” and use three different valuation measures to determine a company's intrinsic value.

Fidelity Enhanced Mid Cap ETF (FMDE)

A U.S. equity strategy maintaining a mid cap profile, leveraging a disciplined approach investing in companies with attractive characteristics.

Fidelity Growth Opportunities ETF (FGRO)*

A domestic equity strategy that invests in companies with distinct growth profiles. We believe the market often misses nuances of a company's business, which has profound implications for the long-term value of the enterprise. Therefore, we invest with a long-term lens, focusing on resilient business models that are undervalued on a 3–7 year earnings view.

Fidelity Magellan ETF (FMAG)*

A domestic equity strategy with a large cap growth orientation. Our investment process seeks to identify high-quality growth stocks benefiting from long-term "mega-trends," and the three "Bs"—brands, barriers to entry, and "best in class" management teams—using a proprietary quantitative screen and bottom-up fundamental analysis.

Fidelity New Millennium ETF (FMIL)*

Is managed with an opportunistic approach, investing across all sectors, market caps, and styles. We look for investment opportunities in emerging-growth stocks, where we have a differentiated view on the magnitude of the growth rate; in compounders, where we have a differentiated view on the sustainability of the growth rate; and mean-reversion stocks, where we have a differentiated view on the timing, duration, or magnitude of the cycle.

Fidelity Real Estate Investment ETF (FPRO)*

A domestic equity sector strategy that seeks above-average income and long-term capital growth, consistent with reasonable investment risk. Investing across the entire REIT sector, offers exposure to key themes in real estate such as data centers and cell towers, warehousing and logistics, and housing trends.

Fidelity Small-Mid Cap Opportunities ETF (FSMO)*

A domestic equity strategy that provides investors access to some of Fidelity's key active management capabilities across the small and mid cap investment universe. Utilizes a quantitative approach that extracts fundamental insights from mutual funds managed by Fidelity's experienced small cap, mid cap, growth, and value investment teams.

Explore Actively Managed Thematic ETFs

Fidelity Disruptive Medicine ETF (FMED)

Invests in companies that are transforming medical diagnostics, therapies, and services, from gene therapy to robotic surgery and digital health platforms.

Fidelity Disruptive Technology ETF (FDTX)

Invests in new technologies such as companies delivering cloud computing, harnessing big data, and transforming consumer experiences through internet and mobile platforms.

Fidelity Disruptors ETF (FDIF)

Brings together 5 disruptive themes—automation, communications, finance, medicine, and technology—in a single fund.


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