Fidelity, the largest U.S. provider of workplace retirement plans with more than 14 million 401(k) and 403(b) participants, says the new app enables clients to follow retirement-savings accounts by viewing investment choices, such as mutual funds; account balances; performance and personal rate of return; and transactions. Investors aren't able to trade securities.
is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, both old and new. A version for the iPad isn't yet available, but may be included in a future release.
In February, Fidelity entered the app market with a service that enables stock, option, ETF and mutual-fund trading over a secure trade ticket powered by an Apple interface. Nearly 10 years ago, the company launched its first mobile-trading application on the
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