Fact sheet: Fidelity SMART Glb Modt

Fund information

Fund name
Fidelity SMART Global Moderate A Inc USD
Fund company manager
Fidelity International (FIL In
Fund type
Fund manager
Richard Skelt
since 31/12/1997
Fund objective
Aims to provide moderate long-term capital growth. Invests directly or indirectly (including through the use of derivatives) in a wide range of global asset classes and geographies including global government, global inflation-linked, global corporate, investment grade, global high yield and emerging market bonds, as well as shares of companies globally, based on their potential to generate moderate capital growth or reduce risk or fluctuation within the overall portfolio. Up to 90% may be invested directly or indirectly (including through the use of derivatives) in shares of companies. Up to 90% may be invested directly or indirectly (including through the use of derivatives) in government bonds, corporate, inflation linked and emerging market bonds. These may comprise global high yield bonds up to 30% of the fund’s assets and hybrid bonds (Hybrids) up to 10% of the fund's assets. Corporate Hybrids are highly subordinated debt securities which carry equity-like features, such as coupon payments that may be deferred or cancelled at the discretion of the issuer, and are typically the last to be paid in the event of insolvency. Up to 30% may be invested directly or indirectly (including through the use of derivatives) in infrastructure securities, commodities and real estate investment trusts (REITS). Any commodity exposure will be obtained indirectly through eligible instruments or derivatives. May invest in units of other investment funds. Aims to manage the long term average volatility under normal market conditions within a range of 6 to 8% per annum. The fund may make extensive use of derivatives or use complex derivatives to meet its investment objectives in line with the fund's risk profile. Can use derivatives, including but not limited to, currency derivatives, index futures, options, credit default swaps, interest rate swaps, contracts for difference and covered called options, to achieve indirect exposure to the main assets listed above, to generate additional capital or income in line with the fund's risk profile or with the aim of risk or cost reduction. In adverse market conditions the fund may hold more than 10% of its assets in cash, Money Market Instruments and money market funds. Income is accumulated in the share price. Shares can usually be bought and sold each business day of the fund. This fund may not be appropriate for investors who plan to sell their shares in the fund within 5 years. Investment in the fund should be regarded as a long-term investment.
MSCI World
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Performance snapshot

Quick stats

1 Year return

8.39 %

1 Year rank in sector



FO Mixed Asset - Flexible

Fund size

£ 285.3 m

FE Risk score



Top in sector

Performance vs. Sector

Cumulative performance

Fund2.12 %5.59 %8.39 %7.81 %45.16 %
Sector0.85 %2.67 %6.27 %9.76 %23.08 %
Rank within sector39 / 18233 / 17453 / 16768 / 10813 / 79
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Calendar performance

Fund8.7 %0.21 %-0.7 %5.32 %28.07 %
Sector5.63 %3.43 %-0.06 %4.97 %6.79 %
Rank within sector36 / 173115 / 14276 / 11856 / 993 / 83
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Risk statistics

Tracking error6.49
Information ratio-0.16

Price movement

52 week high26
52 week low23.63
Current bid price0
Current offer price0
Current mid price25.98

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