The prospect of worldwide economic recovery in 2015 is already making investors rethink their diversification strategy. Equity markets often anticipate economic changes 6 to 12 month into the future, as market participants are taking positions ahead of time.
One of the best ways for conservative investors to participate in the renewed interest in international markets is via the Fidelity Diversified International Fund (FDIVX). FDIVX invests 58% of its assets in Europe, but Japan and Emerging Markets carry large weightings, as well. FDIVX also invests 12% of its assets in the United States.
From the technical analysis perspective, the two-year chart of FDIVX shows a strong bullish trend that was interrupted by a correction only last June. For most of 2014 the fund moved sideways until the recent breakout to a new high:
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