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Fidelity Select Funds

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Fidelity Select Funds

Sector funds typically invest in companies in a particular industry or market sector. Fidelity offers a suite of 40 Select Portfolios, the industry's largest lineup of actively managed sector and sub-sector funds. These funds are used by investors and traders to invest in a specific sector, or implement sector switching trading strategies.

Today one may invest in specific sectors using ETFs, which typically are passively managed; Fidelity Select funds are an alternative for investing in actively managed portfolios.

While ETFs are relatively new, the Fidelity Select portfolios has been there for a long time - some as of 1981. This is very important for the development of asset switching trading strategies, allowing for much longer backtests than with strategies employing ETFs.

An investor intending to use these funds should be aware that at this time Fidelity imposes a short-term redemption fee for funds held less than 30 days.

The funds included in this symbol list and their inception dates:

Fund Name       Symbol       Category       Inception date
Select Air Transportation Portfolio       FSAIX       Cyclicals      12/16/1985
Select Automotive Portfolio       FSAVX      Cyclicals      6/30/1986
Select Banking Portfolio       FSRBX      Financials      6/30/1986
Select Biotechnology Portfolio       FBIOX      Health Care      12/16/1985
Select Brokerage and Investment Management Portfolio      FSLBX      Financials      7/29/1985
Select Chemicals Portfolio       FSCHX      Cyclicals      7/29/1985
Select Communications Equipment Portfolio      FSDCX      Technology      6/29/1990
Select Computers Portfolio       FDCPX      Technology      7/29/1985
Select Construction and Housing Portfolio      FSHOX      Cyclicals      9/29/1986
Select Consumer Discretionary Portfolio      FSCPX      Consumer      6/29/1990
Select Consumer Finance Portfolio      FSVLX      Financials      12/16/1985
Select Consumer Staples Portfolio      FDFAX      Consumer      7/29/1985
Select Defense and Aerospace Portfolio      FSDAX      Cyclicals      5/8/1984
Select Electronics Portfolio       FSELX      Technology      7/29/1985
Select Energy Portfolio       FSENX      Natural Resources      7/14/1981
Select Energy Service Portfolio      FSESX      Natural Resources      12/16/1985
Select Environment and Alternative Energy Portfolio      FSLEX      Cyclicals      6/29/1989
Select Financial Services Portfolio      FIDSX      Financials      12/10/1981
Select Gold Portfolio       FSAGX      Natural Resources      12/16/1985
Select Health Care Portfolio       FSPHX      Health Care      7/14/1981
Select IT Services Portfolio       FBSOX      Technology      2/4/1998
Select Industrial Equipment Portfolio      FSCGX      Cyclicals      9/29/1986
Select Industrials Portfolio       FCYIX      Cyclicals      3/3/1997
Select Insurance Portfolio       FSPCX      Financials      12/16/1985
Select Leisure Portfolio       FDLSX      Consumer      5/8/1984
Select Materials Portfolio       FSDPX      Cyclicals      9/29/1986
Select Medical Delivery Portfolio      FSHCX      Health Care      6/30/1986
Select Medical Equipment and Systems Portfolio      FSMEX      Health Care      4/28/1998
Select Money Market Portfolio       FSLXX      Money Market      8/30/1985
Select Multimedia Portfolio       FBMPX      Consumer      6/30/1986
Select Natural Gas Portfolio       FSNGX      Natural Resources      4/21/1993
Select Natural Resources Portfolio      FNARX      Natural Resources      3/3/1997
Select Pharmaceuticals Portfolio      FPHAX      Health Care      6/18/2001
Select Retailing Portfolio       FSRPX      Consumer      12/16/1985
Select Software and Computer Services Portfolio      FSCSX      Technology      7/29/1985
Select Technology Portfolio       FSPTX      Technology      7/14/1981
Select Telecommunications Portfolio      FSTCX      Utilities      7/29/1985
Select Transportation Portfolio      FSRFX      Cyclicals      9/29/1986
Select Utilities Portfolio       FSUTX      Utilities      12/10/1981
Select Wireless Portfolio       FWRLX      Utilities      9/21/2000

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