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How to Use our Market Tracker

The Market Tracker represents a view of all ETPs. By default, leveraged and inverse ETPs are excluded, but can be added by the user (See the Q&A below on how to including them) ETPs are categorized by asset class, and further divided by geography, then by the segment of the market (i.e. sectors in the U.S. equity market). Each box represents an individual ETP. Each ETP's box size is based on its net assets size in the category relative to other ETPs.


What can I do with "Full ETF/ETP Market Tracker?"

This dynamic tool allows you to monitor the entire ETP marketplace in one place. You can view the performance of all ETPs over different timeframes on one page or drill down by asset class, geography, or sector.

You can also view volume and net flows on the map as well as get a visual indication of the direction of the ETF's performance, volume or net flows.

How do I use the Performance, Volume, Size and Net Flows Dropdowns?

Use these dropdowns to change the type of map you are viewing. For example, the performance dropdown allows you to see short-term price performance, longer-term returns and the variance of the current price from common moving averages.

What does the grey bar at the top of the page showing asset classes allow me to do?

You can drill down into the specific Asset Class. Depending on the asset class you select, you may have the option of further drill-downs like sector and geography.

How can I drill down deeper into a particular asset class?

If you wish to drill deeper into a particular asset class, progressively click on the name of the area you are interested in (i.e. US > sector > financials) or rollover the arrow next to the name and select "see detailed map" to see the map of the next layer down.

What do the colors mean?

The colors represent the direction of the data being measured, red being negative or down and green being positive or up.

What does the size of the box of each ETP mean?

The size of each box represents the relative net assets of the ETP relative to other ETPs in that category. A larger box indicates higher net assets in the ETP.

What are the Quick Quote controls for?

You can customize how you view the ETP quote to display as a pop-up or in a box to the right.

Can I display All ETPs, including Leverage and Inverse?

Yes; however, we have eliminated them from the default view intentionally because they skew the graphs. One of the objectives of these types of ETPs is to provide a multiple of a specific index return on a daily basis. We suggest that you view leveraged and inverse products separately.

Before investing in any exchange traded product, you should consider its investment objective, risks, charges and expenses. Contact Fidelity for a prospectus, offering circular or, if available, a summary prospectus containing this information. Read it carefully.

ETFs may trade at a discount to their NAV and are subject to the market fluctuations of their underlying investments. ETFs are subject to management fees and other expenses. Foreign investments involve greater risks than U.S. investments, including political and economic risks and the risk of currency fluctuations, all of which may be magnified in emerging markets.

The ETF/ETF Screener and Research Center and any data, charts and other information provided are intended to help self-directed investors evaluate exchange traded products (ETPs), including, but not limited to exchange traded funds (ETFs) and exchange traded notes (ETNs). Criteria and inputs entered, including the choice to make ETP comparisons, are at the sole discretion of the user, and all screens or strategies with pre-selected criteria (including expert ones) are solely for the convenience of the user. Expert Screens and analyst opinions, ratings and reports are provided by independent companies not affiliated with Fidelity. All information supplied or obtained is for informational purposes only and should not be considered investment advice or guidance, an offer of, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell a particular security, or a recommendation or endorsement by Fidelity of any security or investment strategy. Fidelity does not endorse or adopt any particular investment strategy, any analyst opinion/rating/report, or any approach to screening or evaluating ETPs. Fidelity makes no guarantees that information supplied is accurate, complete, or timely, and does not provide any warranties regarding results obtained from their use. Determine which securities are right for you based on your investment objectives, risk tolerance, financial situation and other individual factors and re-evaluate them on a periodic basis.