ETF Objective

The Fund seeks investment returns of the MSCI USA IMI Telecommunication Services 25/50 Index. The Fund will invest at least 80% of its assets in securities of MSCI USA IMI Telecommunication Services 25/50 Index which represents the performance of the telecommunication services sector in the U.S. equity market.

Stock Chart

as of 4:10 PM ET 09/22/2021

Performance

  • 1 Week
  • -3.07%
  • 1 Month
  • -0.48%
  • 3 Months
  • +1.14%
  • 1 Yr Return
  • +41.61%
  • 5 Yr Return
  • +79.72%

Sector Breakdown

Technology 48.23%
Consumer Services 34.19%
Telecommunications 11.48%
Consumer Goods 3.90%
Non Classified Equity 0.99%
Financials 0.89%
Industrials 0.05%

Geographic Exposure

United States 98.85%
United Kingdom 0.82%
Unidentified 0.39%
Canada 0.07%

Top 10 Holdings

Symbol Company Name % Of Assets
FB Facebook Inc ORD 17.25%
GOOGL Alphabet Inc Class A ORD 12.29%
GOOG Alphabet Inc Class C ORD 12.06%
DIS Walt Disney Co ORD 5.71%
CMCSA Comcast Corp ORD 4.41%
NFLX Netflix Inc ORD 4.40%
VZ Verizon Communications Inc ORD 4.00%
T AT&T Inc ORD 3.72%
CHTR Charter Communications Inc ORD 2.58%
TMUS T-Mobile US Inc ORD 2.06%

ETF Overview

Sponsor Fidelity Investments
iNav Ticker C735
Inception Date 10/21/2013
Name Fidelity MSCI Comm Svc
CUSIP 316092873
Prospectus Date 12/01/2020

ETF Characteristics

Market Capitalization 559.63 B
Total Net Assets 980.20
Management Fee 0.08%
Administration Fee 0.00%
Asset Class Equity
Sub Asset Class Telecommunication Funds
Number Of Holdings 111
Expense Ratio 0.08
Dividend 0.17
Dividend Frequency Quarterly

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