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You can compare basic facts, performance, analyst ratings, and key statics for up to five ETPs at once.
You can compare ETPs by entering up to five symbols in the text boxes on the Compare page and clicking Add. You can also initiate a comparison by selecting up to five ETPs in search results.
To compare an ETP against up to four others that are similar (as automatically determined by Marco Polo XTF), enter the ETP's symbol and click Show Similar. Because similar ETPs are determined by a third party, competitors may not be displayed for some ETPs.
The Show Similar function provides a list of ETPs that is generated by XTF Marco Polo ("XTF"), a third-party independent research provider. XTF uses a proprietary algorithm to develop a monthly list of potentially similar ETPs based on a number of financial characteristics. The ETP characteristics evaluated by XTF's algorithm include, but are not limited to, geography, investment philosophy, style, market capitalization, credit grade, and return correlations.
Please note: The list provided may include as "similar" ETFs, ETNs and other exchange traded products. ETNs are not mutual funds; they are unsecured debt of the issuer. Unlike ETFs, ETNs are subject to the credit risk of the issuer. ETNs may trade at a price significantly different from their indicative value. ETNs can become illiquid; you should be willing and able to hold your notes until maturity. Some ETNs are callable or redeemable by the issuer before their stated maturity date. The tax treatment of ETNs is uncertain and may vary from what is described in the prospectus. The results may also include inverse and/or leveraged ETFs and ETNs, which require a Most Aggressive investment objective and an executed Designated Investments Agreement to purchase. These products are for sophisticated investors. They are not designed for buy-and-hold investors who seek to track an index over a long period of time.
This function provides general educational information on potentially similar ETPs. While this function may be of use to investors in evaluating certain information about ETPs, it should not be considered to include every factor that may be necessary for an investor to make a decision to invest in an ETP. A decision to invest in a particular ETP may be based on a number of factors, including investors' needs, goals, and comfort with risk. Please read the ETP's prospectus, offering circulate or other publicly available investment information before making an investment decision. As with other investments through Fidelity, you must decide for yourself if an investment in a security is consistent with your evaluation of the security, your investment objectives, your risk tolerance, your investment time frame and your financial situation. The information provided is educational in nature and should not be used as the sole basis for an investment decision. By making this information available, Fidelity is not endorsing or guaranteeing the suitability or potential value of any particular investment or information source.
You can compare up to five ETPs at once.
Each view offers specific information categorized by topic. Many views are provided to attempt to meet the needs and interests of different investors.You can customize the information you see in a view by selecting Edit view and then adding or removing any one of the over 100 data points that are of interest to you.
You can trade or add multiple ETPs to one of your watch lists by selecting the check box next to the symbol of the ETP and then click Trade Selected to trade the ETPs or click Add Selected to Watch List to add the selected ETPs to your watch list.