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  • "For money-market-fund investors, it'll be an attractive way to pick up some incremental yield," said Bill Irving , portfolio manager for Fidelity's government-income fund.

    In the Swim for Floating-Rate Notes

  • "Rates are very, very difficult for money-market fund portfolio managers," says Robert Brown , who heads Fidelity's money-market funds.

    Low Rates Hit Money-Market Funds

  • Stocks of small companies surge an average of about 46 percent in the year after a midterm election that gives one party control of both Congress and the White House, Fidelity's research found.

    Analysts Expect 'Massive Gridlock And Little Cooperation' After Election

  • Nancy Prior , president of Fidelity's money-market division, says the company has received inquiries from retail investors interested in the SEC's latest round of proposals.

    Money-Fund Plan Gets Cold Shoulder

  • Few fund managers have performed as consistently well as Anthony Bolton , former manager of Fidelity's Special Situations fund—although his halo has slipped in recent years with the poor performance on his China Special Situations fund.

    Turning the Page

  • The new investments in Fidelity's 529 plans for Arizona, Delaware, Massachusetts and New Hampshire charge annual fees ranging from 0.93% to 1.42%—almost two to three times as much as the 0.58% average fee for 529 plans investors set up on their own, according to Financial Research.

    College-Saving Plans Shift to Keep Parents From Becoming Dropouts

  • Months ago, Fidelity Investments began drafting contingency plans and doing stress tests on its Treasury money-market funds for the various scenarios coming out of Washington, says Robert Brown , Fidelity's Money Market Group President.

    Wall Street Set to Act on Default, But How?

  • For about five years, a portion of Fidelity's Freedom Fund has invested in Fidelity Strategic Real Return Fund, which invests in a combination of assets, among them inflation-protected debt securities, floating-rate loans and REITs.

    Targeted Ways to Beat Inflation

  • Managed-payout funds are most useful to investors looking for another "building block" to develop a retirement-income stream, in tandem with annuities, pensions and Social Security payments, says Jonathan Shelon , portfolio manager of Fidelity's Income Replacement funds.

    Do 'Managed Payout' Funds Pay Off?

  • "People like to stay in touch with their money," Fidelity's Mr. Burton says.

    Apps to Trade on the Go

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