The 2013 Capital Gains Distributions for Fidelity Funds are Available Now

On Friday, several Fidelity funds experienced large drops of their net asset values (NAVs). For example, the Fidelity Magellan fund showed a 5.57% drop. Other examples include the Latin America Fund (down 17.79%), the China Region Fund (down 9.2%) and the Select Technology Fund (down 6%).

The explanation is that Friday was the ex. date for the distributions of many Fidelity funds. The pay date for the funds is on Monday, December 9. For investors who chose to reinvest the distributions automatically, the value of their holdings will be adjusted on Monday. For investors who chose not to reinvest, their investment account will be credited by the distribution amounts.

The December dividends and the capital gains distributions for Fidelity funds are available on the following website:

https://www.fidelity.com/mutual-funds/prices-documents/distributions

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Another Spike in Bond Yields Pushes Treasury Bond Fund Even Lower

Fidelity Spartan Long-term Treasury Bond Fund (FLBIX, last change: -3.21%)

Fidelity Spartan Long-term Treasury Bond Fund (FLBIX, last change: -3.21%)

 

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Chart Pattern Turns Bearish for the Fidelity High Income Fund (SPHIX)

The Fidelity High Income Fund (SPHIX, last change: -0.64%) has moved below its 100 day moving average, which signals an interruption of the steady gains that were achieved by this fund in the last 12 months.

The Fidelity High Income Fund (SPHIX, last change: -0.64%) has moved below its 100 day moving average, which signals an interruption of the steady gains that were achieved by this fund in the last 12 months. 

 

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