It will be exciting to watch any future product launches from Fidelity along with how they continue to integrate these products on their platform. One potential area of future growth would be to offer these ETFs in 401(k) plans.
This is one spot that ETFs have yet to make significant inroads into and coincidentally a very big part of Fidelity's retirement business. They would certainly have the muscle to make ETFs more accepted in employer sponsored plans and continue to lower retirement savings costs.
No matter what sector you ultimately choose, remember to thoroughly research fees, underlying holdings, index structure, and trading commissions to determine the most suitable holding for your portfolio. A little bit of legwork ahead of time can significantly improve your total return over the long term.
At the time of publication the author had no position in any of the stocks mentioned.
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