Large Price Drop of Multiple Fidelity Funds is due to Capital Gains Distribution

Investors may have been alarmed by the large price drops of several Fidelity funds at the end of the Friday trading session. The drop in the net asset value (NAV) of these funds was largely due to the distribution of capital gains, which happens periodically. For more details click below:

Here are a few examples of Fidelity funds with large price drops:








Sector Rotation: Electronics, Medical Equipment and Real Estate Funds are Top Performers

The S&P 500 index has reached an all time high again, as the bull market resumed after a brief correction in March. The top 10 Fidelity mutual funds in the current market environment show representation from multiple industries and this broad-based advance is considered a bullish sign for the overall market.

We’d like to highlight three Fidelity funds here, the Fidelity Select Electronics (FSELX), the Fidelity Select Medical Equipment (FSMEX) and the Fidelity Real Estate Portfolio (FRESX) funds. These funds stand out, because their respective sectors are well positioned to lead the market advance.




Large Price Drop of Fidelity Select Sector Funds is due to Capital Gains Distribution

The large price drop of several Fidelity mutual funds may have alarmed investors today. But it turns out that there is no reason to panic. The drop in the net asset value (NAV) of these funds was due to the annual distribution of capital gains, and also to a smaller extent, dividends.

Looking on the bright side, large distributions are reflective of large gains in 2013. Indeed, 2013 has been an exceptionally strong year for equities. Unless we experience an unexpected sell-off in the last 11 days of the year, 2013 will become the best year in equities, since 1999. Of course, this makes many investors fearful of downside volatility in 2014. But for now, lets focus our attention on closing the year, especially if it involves mutual fund investments that have produced excellent gains for investors.

So, lets take a look at examples of Fidelity funds with large price drops that are due to capital gains distributions:






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