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ETF Objective

The Fund seeks investment returns that correspond, before fees and expenses, generally to the performance of the MSCI USA IMI Consumer Discretionary Index. The Fund invests at least 80% of its assets in underlying index which represents the performance of the consumer discretionary sector in the U.S. equity market.

Stock Chart

as of 1:10 PM ET 11/26/2021

Performance

  • 1 Week
  • -3.48%
  • 1 Month
  • +2.66%
  • 3 Months
  • +9.06%
  • 1 Yr Return
  • +30.23%
  • 5 Yr Return
  • +171.18%

Sector Breakdown

Consumer Services 65.80%
Consumer Goods 33.22%
Industrials 0.48%
Non Classified Equity 0.13%
Financials 0.10%
Technology 0.08%

Geographic Exposure

United States 95.90%
Argentina 1.13%
Canada 1.00%
Ireland 0.90%
Switzerland 0.38%
Unidentified 0.29%
Bermuda 0.24%
United Kingdom 0.16%
Sweden 0.09%
Netherlands 0.04%
Bahamas 0.04%

Top 10 Holdings

Symbol Company Name % Of Assets
AMZN Amazon.com Inc ORD 21.50%
TSLA Tesla Inc ORD 14.22%
HD Home Depot Inc ORD 6.61%
NKE Nike Inc ORD 3.57%
MCD McDonald's Corp ORD 3.08%
LOW Lowe's Companies Inc ORD 2.78%
TGT Target Corp ORD 2.17%
SBUX Starbucks Corp ORD 2.11%
BKNG Booking Holdings Inc ORD 1.69%
TJX TJX Companies Inc ORD 1.34%

ETF Overview

Sponsor Fidelity Investments
iNav Ticker C72T
Inception Date 10/21/2013
Name Fidelity MSCI Cons Discr
CUSIP 316092204
Prospectus Date 12/01/2020

ETF Characteristics

Market Capitalization 590.04 B
Total Net Assets 1.72 K
Management Fee 0.08%
Administration Fee 0.00%
Asset Class Equity
Sub Asset Class Consumer Services Funds
Number Of Holdings 297
Expense Ratio 0.08
Dividend 0.34
Dividend Frequency Quarterly

LATEST NEWS

Recent Articles from TheStreet

Even With Amazon, Online Shopping Is Still Small Compared to Brick-and-Mortar

Black Friday Sales Rocket As Shoppers Buy Online and Stay Home

The latest Mastercard SpendingPulse reports show retail sales up 30% compared to last year.

Mall Crowd Lead

New Coronavirus Variant Will Not Impact Black Friday, Cyber Monday Sales

The discovery of a new Covid variant that could be resistant to current vaccines, will not hurt sales this holiday weekend, said experts.

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Tesla Withdraws Request for German Aid for Battery Factory

'It has always been Tesla’s view that all subsidies should be eliminated,' Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote on Twitter.

Bitcoin Down Lead

Bitcoin Drops, Showing Little Sign of Hedge Against Volatility

'To us [Bitcoin], it is still by and large a risk asset,' Ross Mayfield, investment strategy analyst at Baird, told Bloomberg.

Apple

Ives: Market Selloff is 'Golden Opportunity' for Tech Stocks

'We view [the move] as a clear buying opportunity, given our bullish view of the tech sector set up into 2022,' said Wedbush's Dan Ives.

Volatility

VIX Soars to 10-Month High as Covid Variant Socks Stocks

The VIX is calculated from prices of S&P 500 index options with near-term expiration dates, offering a 30-day projection of volatility.

New York Stock Exchange Lead

Market Ends Down as Dow, Oil and Global Markets Feel Sting of New Covid Variant

The discovery of a new Covid variant that could be resistant to current vaccines, sent global markets plummeting Friday.

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The Favorite Foods and Crops of Every State

The U.S. has more than 2 million farms and the diversity of crops ranges from algae in grown in Hawaii to zucchini in Michigan.

Markets Close 'Green' on Black Friday

Shoppers Expected to Spend Between $8.5 And $9.6 Million This Black Friday

With both online and in-person shopping heavily underway, buyers are expected to spend between $8.5 and $9.6 million on Black Friday this year.

Why Do Investors Care About Black Friday?

'More Workers Than Shoppers': Scenes From an Anemic Black Friday

The lack of deals has not gone unnoticed by some shoppers who called Black Friday a 'total bust.'