All Mutual Funds

Fidelity's FundsNetwork enables you to invest in mutual funds from hundreds of different fund companies.


Reasons to invest through Fidelity's FundsNetwork

  • Consolidate your investments in one place to help simplify your financial life.
  • Access over 10,000 funds from hundreds of fund companies.
  • Take advantage of an extensive offering of funds with no transaction fees.
  • Use industry-leading tools to help you find the right funds.

Easy ways to find funds

Fund Picks From Fidelity®,1
Our experts choose top funds in each investment category.

4- and 5-star funds2
View funds that have received Morningstar's highest ratings.

No Transaction Fee (NTF) funds3
Many funds are available with no transaction fees.

Search and screen by fund family4
In the Evaluator tool, open Fund Family under Refine Your Search to filter by fund family.

Find a mutual fund by asset class

U.S. equity funds

U.S. equity funds primarily invest in stocks issued by companies based in the U.S. They offer a simple, cost-efficient way to invest in multiple companies in a single investment.

Sector funds

Sector funds offer targeted exposure to different segments of the economy, helping you achieve a variety of strategic and tactical investment goals.

International equity funds

International and global equity funds invest primarily in stocks of companies located in different countries around the world.

Asset allocation funds

Asset allocation funds combine multiple asset classes in a single fund, making them a simple and disciplined way to diversify your investments.

Municipal bond funds

Municipal bond funds invest primarily in investment grade, fixed income securities issued by states, cities, towns, or other entities like transportation authorities and public utilities.

Taxable bond funds

These funds invest primarily in taxable bonds issued by non-investment grade companies or governments.

Index funds

Index funds attempt to track the performance of a particular stock or bond index, such as the S&P 500® Index or the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index, by holding most or all of the securities that are included in that index.