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Top-Rated Fidelity Funds

TheStreet.com Ratings looks at some of the top funds from the Fidelity family.
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Fidelity Investments

is one of the largest and most influential mutual fund companies in the world.

It's important to keep an eye on how its funds are doing.

That's why at TheStreet.com Ratings we took a look at the performances of our

top-rated Fidelity funds

.

We found that the Fidelity mutual funds heading up our list are focused on the utilities sector.

There are also two foreign funds and four domestic growth funds making up the top 10 funds in Fidelity's stable.

Solid Near Term

The

(FSUTX) - Get Report

Fidelity Select Utilities Growth fund (FSUTX) and the

(FAUBX)

Fidelity Advisor Utilities fund (FAUBX), two of the three utility funds, are showing excellent near-term results.

Fidelity Select Utilities Growth has among its holdings

Duke Energy

(DUK) - Get Report

,

FPL Group

(FPL) - Get Report

,

Entergy

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and

Exelon Corporation

(EXC) - Get Report

. The Fidelity Advisor Utilities' top holding include many of the same top holdings.

If the U.S. economy does slow, then a risk-averse investor might want to consider the utilities sector as a safe haven.

These two funds provide as good a performance as any we rate.

Investors wanting to diversify their holdings might want to add the

(FIADX) - Get Report

Fidelity Advisor International Discovery fund (FIADX) for international exposure. Some of the International Discovery fund's major holdings include

UBS

(UBS) - Get Report

,

Novartis

and

British Petroleum

(BP) - Get Report

They may want to add the

(FVIFX) - Get Report

Fidelity Advisor Value fund (FVIFX) for domestic growth, along with any investments in Utilities Growth or Advisor Utilities.

The

(FSMVX) - Get Report

Fidelity Structured Mid-Cap Value fund(FSMVX) has also posted solid numbers and is worth consideration.

Sam Patel, CFA, is the manager of mutual fund research for the TheStreet.com Ratings.

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