Sector investing

Get Fidelity’s perspective and expertise on sector investing strategies.

September flows update

Fund flows: September update Strong flows persisted for U.S. ETP funds in recent months, while international funds saw mixed results.

Digging into oil and gold

Digging into oil, gold, and other commodities Oil spills volatility. Gold seeks strong close after putting bear to bed. Agriculture sprouts price weakness.

Emerging markets update

Emerging markets Why lower income emerging markets like India, Indonesia and the Philippines may offer opportunities.

Real estate rises up

Real estate becoming the 11th sector Real estate will soon become the stock market's 11th sector. See what that may mean for investors.

ETF ideas for this market

ETFs for the second half Fidelity’s most popular and featured ETF screens offer up potential ideas for different types of investors.

Stock ideas for the late cycle

Bright lights Some themes and sectors may shine if the economy shifts into the late cycle. Here are potential opportunities.

Stock stars

Stock stars Independent research firm S&P Capital IQ suggests tilting toward stocks with rising relative strength.

ETF trading tips

ETF trading tips Here’s how to seek the best price for an exchange-traded fund you’re considering.

Time for oil stocks?

Time for oil stocks? An unprecedented pullback in oil prices could spell opportunity for long-term investors.

Biotech: After the selloff

Biotech: After the selloff Despite the recent tumult, our expert still believes that biotech’s long-term investment story remains compelling.

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Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

ETFs are subject to market fluctuations of their underlying investments and may trade at a discount to NAV.
Stock markets, especially foreign markets, are volatile and can decline significantly in response to adverse issuer, political, regulatory, market, or economic developments.
Because of their narrow focus, sector investments tend to be more volatile than investments that diversify across many sectors and companies.
Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss.
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