discuss is Silver-rated [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock . What investors need to know about ..... is baked into its name, [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock . These are companies that are held
Right. Benz: In time to see maybe performance fall off. Zimmerman: A fund I have mentioned before, Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock , which I cover, and over the last decade I think the annualized total return is about 11%, and the
Own some, expect as economy recovers this to do even better. But hardly see it mentioned, has stellar performance, metrics. Any insight or thoughts on it?
child fund for this is [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock , and that's a fund that over the ..... annualized. But the typical investor in Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock --the mandate is baked into the
Henderson Euro Foc HFEAX N/A 64.6 17.5 82.0 +1 Mrgn Stnly Foc Gr AMOAX Gold -60.3 21.7 82.0 +1 Fidelity Lev Co Stk FLVCX Silver -63.4 18.3 81.6 None Fidelity Slct Tech FSPTX Neutral -58.8 21.3 80.1 None Tchst Snds Cp Sl Gr PTSGX Bronze
I recently viewed the M* page for this fund and noticed that the analyst report was dated November 2012, is this the most recent commentary that is available? Wish the binder was still around, would have been updated already!
good fund flows, that's [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock . We've talked about this fund before ..... is baked into the name, [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock . In 2008, it behaved in exactly
and I try to point it out every time I write about the fund, it is a niche product, the [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company Stock . The manager there, Tom Soviero, comes from the high-yield side of Fidelity and now is managing
use those funds successfully. I think I may have mentioned in an earlier segment the fund [TICKER: FLVCX ] Fidelity Leveraged Company stock that I cover. Terrific fund, great manager, long-tenured, and terrific long-term total return
of living based retirement income as the "bond" portion of our investment and continue with a mutual fund portfolio that is 90% stocks and 10% bonds? The portfolio is growth heavy (VTI, VPCCX, RPSIX, RPSGX, PTRAX, FTBFX & FLVCX ).