Fidelity Viewpoints® special report

2021 outlook

Find out what Fidelity pros see as big trends to watch as the new year begins.

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Your money: 5 things to watch in 2021


We know a lot more about what’s going to happen in key personal finance categories, but there’s still much up in the air. Explore what might be ahead in terms of more stimulus, market movements and changes to laws that affect retirement, taxes, and healthcare.

Fidelity portfolio manager stock outlook


Fidelity stock portfolio managers are focused on opportunities emerging out of a recovering economy and, hopefully, a return to normalcy. Find out what 6 fund managers are thinking about now.

What to do about interest rates in 2021


Interest rates moved to historical lows in 2020 and are expected to stay low in 2021, so you can see this will impact your wallet if you have a mortgage, car loan, student loan, credit card, or a savings account.

Take a deep dive into the global economic environment with Fidelity's Asset Allocation Research Team. Learn about the shifting dynamics that impacted your investments in 2020 and what may happen in 2021.

Adam Kramer is finding opportunities in dividend-paying value stocks; emerging market, high-yield, and convertible bonds; clean energy yieldcos; master limited partnerships; and more.

Sector portfolio managers share where they are most bullish. Among them: the global shift to renewable energy, cloud-based software, and an eventual return to dining out and other normal activities.

Jurrien Timmer analyses how vaccines and stimulus can help close the gap between potential and actual growth—and get the economy humming again.

Jurrien Timmer believes emerging market stocks may be market leaders in 2021. The drivers: a weakening dollar, low valuations, and rising earnings.

Spotlight on our thought leaders

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"The markets seem to be betting on a pretty good outcome in 2021. The tape has significantly broadened in recent weeks, with value and small caps and non-US equities catching up to growth stocks and gold."

Jurrien Timmer, director of global macro in Fidelity's Global Asset Allocation Division, in "Mind the gap"

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