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Fidelity is an active fund manager that focuses on bottom up global research. With one of the largest buy side research teams in the world, we have a unique ability to identify investment themes and ideas across different market cycles. 

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We have a single global investment team which spans across asset classes, sectors and regions. Our 400 investment professionals share their knowledge and insights in real-time making every insight more valuable.

We cover 80% of the investable universe1 
We attend 17,000 company meetings a year - that's one every 10 minutes. We conduct bespoke research, surveys and analysis. Our obsession with research means we're better informed to make investment decisions to benefit you. 

We think generationally 
Privately owned for nearly half a century, Fidelity is an independent company and investment is our only business. We think generationally and we're driven by the needs of our clients. 

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In depth in eight minutes: end of the cycle explained

Richard Edgar

How should investors prepare for the end of a cycle? This bull market has been running since March 2009 which is one of the longest in history. So what is the evidence for and against a looming correction? Richard Edgar explains how investors should behave before, during and after a correction. 

Tools for your clients: Outlook 2018

Tools for your clients: Outlook 2018

Tom Stevenson

2017 was a good year for equity investors. It is hard to overstate the importance of diversification in an investment portfolio. We take a closer look at the themes, asset classes and regions and how they may impact investors in 2018.

China's tricky tightrope

China's tricky tightrope

Can Asia’s economic tiger save the cycle, or will its soaring debt bring the world’s economy down? Keen to avoid a financial meltdown, China’s authorities have brought an end to credit growth, reducing the risk of a crisis but creating a drag on global growth. And if there were another global crisis, China would not intervene again to cushion the blow.

A key decision for investors in 2018

A key decision for investors in 2018

David Buckle

A key decision for investors in 2018 is whether to de-risk or not. Should you de-risk your portfolio early and face missing out on potential returns, or should you stay invested and face a possible market downturn? Whatever you do, resolve to clearly make that decision. 
 

2018: A balancing act

2018: A balancing act

Tom Stevenson

Most of the time investors don’t need to think too much about market timing or asset allocation. The long-term trajectory of financial markets is up and the only sensible thing to do is to be fully invested and allow the odds to work in your favour. As we enter 2018, however, it doesn’t feel like ‘most of the time’. 

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