Not if regulators are competent. But the concerns highlight two troubling issues.
And why the reason may not hold.
It seeks to exploit a market failure related to too much focus on the short term.
Investors need to be wary
Their words jeopardise two of their greatest assets.
Some reasons are obscure.
Wouldn’t it be good if they could do one thing.
For the US, at least.
The political pressure to abandon it will only grow.
Not forever, that's for sure.
Cheap currencies and export-led growth have run their course.
David Urquhart, Portfolio Manager of the Fidelity Asia Fund, tells.
Why the alarmists are likely to be wrong.
It’s the flipside to all the good news.
The economy will feel the squeeze.
It’s thanks largely to better US tidings.
If it is, it’s not the one you expect.
It’s under pressure with elections looming.
Paul Taylor, the Portfolio Manager of the Fidelity Australian Equities Fund, tells.
It could well be that times will favour stocks again.
Learn about one of the most significant investment drivers of our timeRead more
Investing that encompasses innovative digital content & entertainmentSee more
An actively managed portfolio of 40-70 mid-and small-cap stocksView fund
Watch the latest product and investment updates from Fidelity's leading portfolio managers and financial expertsView videos
This document is issued by FIL Responsible Entity (Australia) Limited ABN 33 148 059 009, AFSL No. 409340 ("Fidelity Australia"). Fidelity Australia is a member of the FIL Limited group of companies commonly known as Fidelity Worldwide Investment. Prior to making an investment decision retail investors should seek advice from their financial adviser. Please remember past performance is not a guide to the future. Investors should also obtain and consider the Product Disclosure Statements ("PDS") for the fund mentioned in this document. The PDS is available on www.fidelity.com.au or can be obtained by contacting Fidelity Australia on 1800 119 270. This document has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider such matters before acting on the information contained in this document. This document may include general commentary on market activity, industry or sector trends or other broad based economic or political conditions which should not be construed as investment advice. Information stated herein about specific securities is subject to change. Any reference to specific securities should not be construed as a recommendation to buy, sell or hold these securities. While the information contained in this document has been prepared with reasonable care no responsibility or liability is accepted for any errors or omissions or misstatements however caused. The document may not be reproduced or transmitted without prior written permission of Fidelity Australia. The issuer of Fidelity funds is FIL Responsible Entity (Australia) Limited ABN 33 148 059 009. References to ($) are in Australian dollars unless stated otherwise. © 2013 FIL Responsible Entity (Australia) Limited. Fidelity, Fidelity Worldwide Investment, and the Fidelity Worldwide Investment logo and F symbol are trademarks of FIL Limited.