“Managed by experienced portfolio managers Jeff Moore and Michael Plage, we believe the Fidelity Tactical Credit Fund meets this demand, providing investors with a flexible approach that can take advantage of opportunities in multiple fixed income sectors. efforts that offer high income potential and low interest rate sensitivity,” Krellman said.
One of the key investor benefits provided by the Fidelity Tactical Credit Fund is the flexibility to invest beyond multiple fixed income sectors with non-investment grade fixed income insecurities. It also uses a variety of tools and investment strategies to add value and reduce risk (i.e., flexible term management), and draws from a team of expert portfolio managers and research analysts backed by resources from around the world.
“As investors seek more cost-effective options and convenience in investing for their financial goals, we are pleased to expand Fidelity’s all-in-one suite of ETFs,” Krellman said. “The new conservative and equity all-in-one ETFs will provide investors with additional options to align with their risk preferences and return objectives.”
Meanwhile, the Fidelity All-in-One ETFs offer advisors and investors a convenient and cost-effective one-ticket solution, especially when they are seeking exposure to a globally diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds. A smaller allocation included in the Fidelity Advantage Bitcoin ETF within the all-in-one suite also provides investors with further diversification benefits, potentially improving risk-adjusted returns.
The all-in-one ETF, sub-advised by Geode Capital Management and trading on the NEO exchange, will leverage the power of the Fidelity Factor ETF and Fidelity’s systematic and proactive fixed income management to provide a broad range of market exposure beyond the passive approach Can go ,