Reasons to consider sector investing at Fidelity
- Wide selection of sector funds and ETFs
- Expert sector insights and investing ideas
- Comprehensive sector research, education, and tools
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At Fidelity, we believe that sector investing can be an ideal way to pursue growth, diversify a portfolio, and potentially manage risk. And we have the investment options, research, and tools that can help.
Fidelity has the industry's largest lineup of actively managed sector funds—over 30—including broad sector-level funds and industry/sub-sector funds.
In addition to Fidelity-managed products, we also offer sector mutual funds and sector ETFs from other leading asset managers.
Fidelity has been a pioneer in sector investing, with over 40 years of experience in managing sector-based mutual funds. Our 150+ person equity research organization is organized by sector, providing knowledge, insight, and perspective on sector fundamentals that is unmatched in the industry.
Fidelity's sector experts also generate investment ideas, and offer the latest research, market updates, and strategies for sector-based investing in Fidelity Viewpoints®.
Fidelity offers a wealth of sector and industry research that can help you better understand each sector, with detailed information about sector makeup, weightings, and how the business cycle can affect performance.
The Fidelity Learning Center offers a wide variety of courses, articles, and webinars in sector investing, so you can get a sense of what sectors are and how they can fit into your investment strategy.
Use Fidelity's Guided Portfolio SummaryLog In Required to review current equity sector weights for your portfolio and see how these compare to the market.
Investment decisions should be based on an individual’s own goals, time horizon, and tolerance for risk.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Because of their narrow focus, sector investments tend to be more volatile than investments that diversify across many sectors and companies.