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Fidelity Dividend ETF for Rising Rates
Index- P/E- EPS (ttm)- Insider Own- Shs Outstand- Perf Week1.22%
Market Cap- Forward P/E- EPS next Y- Insider Trans- Shs Float- Perf Month2.09%
Income- PEG- EPS next Q- Inst Own- Short Float- Perf Quarter10.20%
Sales- P/S- EPS this Y- Inst Trans- Short Ratio- Perf Half Y23.31%
Book/sh- P/B- EPS next Y- ROA- Target Price- Perf Year47.83%
Cash/sh- P/C- EPS next 5Y- ROE- 52W Range27.50 - 41.50 Perf YTD12.69%
Dividend1.14 P/FCF- EPS past 5Y- ROI- 52W High0.51% Beta-
Dividend %2.75% Quick Ratio- Sales past 5Y- Gross Margin- 52W Low51.67% ATR0.33
Employees- Current Ratio- Sales Q/Q- Oper. Margin- RSI (14)72.78 Volatility0.47% 0.79%
OptionableNo Debt/Eq- EPS Q/Q- Profit Margin- Rel Volume1.30 Prev Close41.48
ShortableNo LT Debt/Eq- Earnings- Payout- Avg Volume60.42K Price41.71
Recom- SMA202.82% SMA505.21% SMA20017.85% Volume46,006 Change0.55%
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The investment seeks to provide investment returns that correspond, before fees and expenses, generally to the performance of the Fidelity Dividend Index for Rising Ratesa . The fund normally invests at least 80% of assets in securities included in the underlying index and in depository receipts representing securities included in the underlying index. The underlying index is designed to reflect the performance of stocks of large and mid-capitalization dividend-paying companies that are expected to continue to pay and grow their dividends and have a positive correlation of returns to increasing 10-year U.S. Treasury yields.