Fidelity� Four-in-One Index Fund

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Performance

Trailing returns

1 day
   
-0.19%  
1 week
   
-0.66%  
4 week
   
-2.11%  
3 month   +6.57%
   
YTD   +0.27%
   
1 year
   
-4.90%  
3 years*   +5.91%
   
5 years*   +7.75%
   
*annualized
Best 3 month return+24.53%  
Worst 3 month return-27.63%  

Morningstar statistics

Morningstar category: Allocation--70% to 85% Equity
  Return Risk Rating
3 years Above Average Above Average
5 years Above Average Average
10 years Above Average Average
Overall Above Average Average
Morningstar style  Learn more
      Large
      Mid
      Small
Value Blend Growth  

Key statistics

Total assets4.32B 
Front load-  
Deferred load-  
Expense ratio0.22%  
Management fee-  
Fund familyFidelity Investments 

Asset allocation

Cash1.42%  
Stocks83.85%  
Bonds14.69%  
Convertible0.01%  
Other0.03%  

Purchase information

Initial$2,500  
IRA Initial$2,500  
36.55+0.43(1.19%)
May 23, 8:00PM EDT Overall Morningstar RatingTM

Description

The investment seeks high total return. The fund invests in a combination of four Fidelity� stock and bond index funds (underlying Fidelity� Funds) using an asset allocation strategy designed for investors seeking a broadly diversified, index-based investment. It allocates approximately 48% of its assets in Spartan� 500 Index Fund, 12% in Spartan Spartan� Extended Market Index Fund, 25% in Spartan� International Index Fund, and 15% Spartan� U.S. Bond Index Fund.
Fund filings (PDF) »
Asset managers:
Andrew Dierdorf (Started: Jan 15, 2009)
Chris Sharpe (Started: Jun 12, 2009)
Advisor Company:
FMR Co., Inc. (FMRC)
Fund family reports on Morningstar »
Fidelity Investments, 483 Bay Street, Boston, MA 02109, USA
1-800-387-8092 (Fax)

Risk

  1 year 3 years 5 years 10 years  
Alpha* -0.46 0.89 0.21 -1.37
Beta* 1.37 1.36 1.37 1.37
Mean annual return -0.13 0.60 0.63 0.52
R-squared* 95.67 95.97 96.93 97.57
Standard deviation 12.70 9.89 10.99 13.79
Sharpe ratio -0.13 0.72 0.68 0.37
* Against standard index

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