Sector Investing

Sector investing offers targeted exposure to the stocks of companies in specific segments of the economy and can help you pursue growth, diversify your portfolio, and manage risks. Open a Fidelity brokerage or other type of account to take advantage of sector investing opportunities.

Wide selection of sector and industry funds and ETFs

Health Care

Companies engaged in the production and delivery of medicine and health care–related goods and services

Real Estate

Companies engaged in the real estate industry and other real estate related investments

Energy

Companies involved in the exploration, production, or management of energy resources

Information Technology

Companies engaged in the creation, storage, and exchange of digital information

Consumer Discretionary

Companies that manufacture goods or provide services that people want but don't necessarily need

Consumer Staples

Companies that provide goods and services that people use on a daily basis

Utilities

Companies engaged in the production and delivery of electric power, natural gas, water, and other utility services

Sector investing tools and insights

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Sector Investment Strategies
Get investment strategies to help you gain a performance edge.

Why Invest in Sectors
See how we can help you achieve your goals with sector investing.

Research Sector and Industry Performance
Get the latest news and analysis for sectors and industries.

Fidelity® Sector Portfolio Builder

Build your own hypothetical sector portfolio with our interactive tool. You can model and test allocations, screen for specific investments, and compare your creations to market benchmarks.

Fidelity Viewpoints®

  • Channel trading

    Stocks have broken out of a channel to reach new all-time highs.
  • Sector impact of rate hikes

    Defensive sectors have outperformed in a slowing economy, cyclicals in an accelerating one.
  • The post-election rotation

    Health care, financials, and energy have rallied, while utilities, telecom, and REITs have not. What’s next?
  • The talk: kids and money

    Parents and their young adult children can benefit from being frank about finances. Here’s how to do just that.