Fidelity launches Select ETF

18 ETFs picked

Tom Eckett
Fidelity launches Select ETF

Fidelity launches Select ETF

Fidelity International has launched the Select ETF, a list of ETFs that will sit alongside its Select 50 buy list and Select 50 Balanced fund.

The Select ETF is a list of ETFs, currently numbering 18, that have been chosen from the firm's share dealing service by Fidelity's in-house team. The ETFs will be split into the same eight categories as the Select 50 list of actively managed mutual funds. ETFs are chosen on a purely statistical research process through metrics such as charges, assets under management, share price, trading volumes and tracking error. The list will be reviewed every year. Vanguard, BlackRock, Fidelity, HSBC and Lyxor are currently the five ETF providers to see products on the list. 2018 rewind: W...

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