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Yield and return will fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Trade Fidelity Index Fund. Trade Fidelity Disciplined Equity Fund. Trade Fidelity Dividend Growth Fund. Trade Fidelity Value Discovery Fund. Trade Fidelity New Millennium Fund. Trade Fidelity Export and Multinational Fund. Trade Fidelity Capital Appreciation Fund. Trade Fidelity Focused Stock Fund. Trade Fidelity Independence Fund. Trade Fidelity Growth Discovery Fund. Trade Fidelity Magellan Fund. Trade Fidelity Growth Company Fund.
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Trade Fidelity Emerging Markets Fund. Trade Fidelity Nordic Fund. Trade Fidelity Europe Fund. Trade Fidelity International Index Fund. Index symbols begin with a period e. The percent gain of the index equals the index level at the PPN's maturity minus the index start level divided by the index start level. Assuming the index appreciates over the life of the PPN, the PPN will deliver a return equal to the percentage appreciation of the index multiplied by the Participation Rate.
IADs are sourced from third party vendors and are derived using either a historical methodology HM or a projected methodology PM , depending on available information. The PM annualizes the most recent regular cash dividend.
The HM accumulates the regular cash dividends paid over the past twelve months. If there is less than one year of dividend history, the accumulated dividends are annualized. The HM or PM figure, whichever is calculated, is then multiplied by the reported quantity of the security. See calculation examples below.
ABC common stock had 4 cash distributions in last 12 months: ABC Mutual Fund had 3 cash distributions in last 12 months: Indication of Interest A specific type of order, for a new issue security, submitted by a customer to let Fidelity know that they want to become eligible to receive an allocation of a new issue. Information submitted includes the brokerage account from which the funds to pay for the securities will be deducted, the security's CUSIP, and the maximum quantity of securities that the customer would be willing to purchase.
By placing an indication of interest, customers are expressing their desire to participate in a new issue offering. Unless the order is cancelled by the customer, they will participate in the allocation process, allocations may be made in whole, in part, or not at all.
Updates regarding the order are sent to the customer as an alert that is sent by email or viewable in the Service Message Center.
Indication of Interest Confirmation Number The unique number that identifies a confirmation for an indication of interest in a new issue fixed-income e. Use this number when inquiring about the indication of interest. Indication of Interest Reference Number The unique number that identifies a particular indication of interest in a new issue fixed-income offering e.
Individual Directed Brokerage Account An institutional brokerage account you opened with Fidelity through a Registered Investment Advisor that you are actively managing yourself. Morningstar is an independent third-party provider. The Morningstar sectors include:. Unknown represents securities for which the industry sector information is not known. For example, if a mutual fund buys shares of a stock through an initial public offering IPO , information on the industry sector within which the stock would be categorized may not be available.
Morningstar also provides underlying securities information for mutual funds. The holdings information includes the securities held in the fund and industry sector information.
Inflation Risk The possibility that the value of assets or income will decrease as inflation shrinks the purchasing power of a currency. Inflation causes money to decrease in value at some rate, and does so whether the money is invested or not. Inflow The value of cash and shares flowing into the core position of your Fidelity Retirement Income Account. This value is calculated after market close of the prior business day.
It is based only on settled trades. The intent is to show inflows available for spending, so the amount is adjusted to exclude flows that are subsequently used to purchase securities. Because the adjustment occurs when the security is purchased or the cash or shares are moved to another account, inflows can be volatile if money is being positioned for security purchase. The company will thereafter be traded on an exchange or in a market e.
It is calculated as total shares owned by institutions divided by total shares outstanding multiplied by Insured This refers to municipal bonds where the repayment of the principal and payment of coupon interest is guaranteed by a third-party a party other than the issuer.
The insurer guarantees the payment of principal and coupon interest in the event that the issuer fails to do so. Insurer A third party ie: Assured Guaranty Corp, Build America Mutual and Assured Guaranty Municipal Corp , other than the issuer, who guarantees the repayment of the principal and payment of coupon interest of a municipal bond in the event the issuer fails to do so, subject to the claims paying ability of the insurer.
Historically, the insurer's credit rating was higher than the bond issuers. The credit crisis of recent years resulted in the downgrading of many bond insurers and the bankruptcy of others. The Insured or wrapped rating is Moody's assessment of a particular bond's credit quality given the credit enhancement provided by a financial guarantor insurer. Moody's insured ratings apply a credit substitution methodology whereby the credit rating matches the higher of i the guarantor's insurer's financial strength rating and ii any published underlying or enhanced rating on the security.
Therefore, in cases where the guarantor's or insurer's financial strength rating is lower than the underlying or enhanced rating, the Insured Rating will not reflect the insurer's rating, but will reflect the underlying or enhanced rating on the security.
In the case of insured municipal bonds, evaluating the rating of the issuer as well as the insurer provides a more complete assessment of the relative credit risk of that bond. The credit quality of many of the bond insurers has eroded significantly from their previously high credit ratings. Interest The amount paid by a borrower to a creditor, or bondholder, as compensation for the use of borrowed money. Interest Accrual Date For new issue fixed-income offerings e.
For secondary market fixed-income offerings e. Interest Income The dollar amount of all interest earned on government and corporate debt obligations and short-term certificates of deposit, as well as interest earned from cash in a brokerage account. For bond ladders it represents the estimated annual income that will be received from the securities that make up the rung. The income is calculated by multiplying the coupon rate by the quantity of bonds face value.
This interest is exempt from state and local income taxes in most states. Interest Payment Frequency The number of times the security is scheduled to make an interest payment in any calendar year. A higher standard deviation indicates a wider dispersion of past returns and thus greater historical volatility. Standard deviation does not indicate how an investment actually performed, but it does indicate the volatility of its returns over time. Standard deviation is annualized.
The returns used for this calculation are not load-adjusted. Standard deviation does not predict the future volatility of a fund. Show Tooltip A measure of a portfolio's sensitivity to market movements as represented by a benchmark index. The benchmark index has a beta of 1. A beta of more less than 1. Show Tooltip A measurement of how closely the portfolio's performance correlates with the performance of the fund's primary benchmark index or equivalent. Risk classification Show Tooltip The investment risk level indicated is required to be determined in accordance with the Canadian Securities Administrators standardized risk classification methodology, which is based on the historical volatility of a fund, as measured by the ten-year annualized standard deviation of the returns of the fund.
Standard deviation is used to quantify the historical dispersion of returns around the average returns over a recent ten-year period. See definition of standard deviation. Top ten holdings Show Tooltip The information provided in this listing and top ten holdings or top five issuers may differ from a fund's holdings in its annual report and as follows, where applicable: For the annual report, a fund's investments include trades executed through the end of the last business day of the period.
This listing and the ten holdings or five issuers include trades executed through the end of the previous business day. The list includes any investment in derivative instruments, and excludes the value of any cash collateral held for securities on loan and a fund's net other assets. The top ten holdings or top five issuers for fixed-income and money market funds are presented to illustrate examples of the securities that the fund has bought and the diversity of the areas in which the fund may invest, may not be the representative of the fund's current or future investments, and may change at any time.
Depositary receipts, credit default swaps and equity total return swaps are normally combined with the underlying security. The listing of portfolio holdings provides information on a fund's investments as at the date indicated. Close Dialog print PDF. Mark Schmehl Portfolio manager. Brett Dley Associate portfolio manager. An overview of Global Innovators Class for investors.
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