5 Best Fidelity Mutual Funds To Buy In April

Fidelity Investments, the third-biggest fund family of the U.S. in terms of asset under management, is expected to get more love from investors in the coming months. Fidelity offers a variety of investment options from sector-based funds to key actively managed funds. The mutual fund family has an impressive track of receiving the Lipper Fund Award in various investment styles and asset classes. Moreover, four Fidelity funds were named in the Kiplinger 25 list.

The company provides investment advice, discount brokerage services, retirement services and wealth management services to its clients. Lower expenses, effective fund management and the ability to survive market volatility have resulted in strong fund performance.

Fidelity Wins Multiple Fund Awards

In the U.S. Lipper Fund Awards 2017, 11 Fidelity mutual funds received 14 awards. Lipper categorized these funds under three, five, and 10-year time periods. Out of the 11 Fidelity funds, five U.S. and non-U.S. equity funds received awards. Three sector funds were also awarded. Additionally, one bond fund and one high income fund also secured awards.

Additionally, in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s no-load fund list, four of 25 funds are from Fidelity. These are bond funds, Fidelity Intermediate Municipal Income Fund (FLTMX - Free Report) and Fidelity New Markets Income Fund (FNMIX - Free Report) and stock funds, Fidelity New Millennium Fund (FMILX - Free Report) and Fidelity International Growth Fund (FIGFX - Free Report) .

Moreover, in Morningstar’s Fund Managers of the Year 2016 award in four different asset classes, Ford O'Neil, Matthew Conti, Jeffrey Moore, CFA, and Michael Foggin, fund managers of Fidelity Total Bond Fund (FTBFX - Free Report) , got the title of U.S. Fixed-Income Fund Manager of the Year. FTBFX significantly outpaced around 96% of its Morningstar Intermediate-Term peers.

What Boosted Fidelity Fund’s Performance?

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