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Are You Using Fidelity Funds in Your Portfolio? Here is the RRG

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Weekly RRG showing Fidelity Funds

If you are using Fidelity Funds, a Relative Rotation Graph showing the movement of all these funds can help you find the ones that are offering potential (for outperformance). The image above shows such a Relative Rotation Graph, holding 39 Fidelity Select funds.

Going over the funds on this chart, I searched for tails with interesting rotational path. Ultimately, I identified these six funds for further inspection.

Going over the individual charts clearly shows that the funds furthest to the right on the RRG are well underway in their (relative) uptrends. Which also means that the potential alpha that is left on the table is getting less. A fund showing leftward movement indicates that it is in an earlier stage of a moves/rotation. Of course, there is always a trade-off between reliability/risk of a trend and the potential gains that can be captured.

On the far right, we have trends that are well-established and well underway and, therefore, quite reliable; at least, until they start to roll over and lose momentum. Further to the left are the more emerging trends, which hold more risk because they are not yet established - but the pay-off will be bigger when the trend actually starts to get underway.

Out of these six funds, the Fidelity Select Leisure fund (FDLSX) seems to offer the biggest potential.

The chart for this fund shows that it very recently broke out above its previous high (July 2019), which unlocks fresh upward potential from a price perspective.

The most recent low in price coincides with the low in relative strength. The rally out of that low since mid-November has caused the RS-Line to start moving higher. The RRG-Lines have picked up on this improvement and are now moving higher in tandem.

Assuming that the upward break in price will hold up and good support (= limited risk) can be expected at the level of the previous high, this rotation will have the potential to travel further toward the leading quadrant at a positive RRG-Heading, providing a good opportunity to outperform the S&P 500 in coming weeks/months.

--Julius



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Julius de Kempenaer

Senior Technical Analyst, StockCharts.com

Creator, Relative Rotation Graphs

Founder, RRG Research


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Julius de Kempenaer
About the author: is the creator of Relative Rotation Graphs™. This unique method to visualize relative strength within a universe of securities was first launched on Bloomberg professional services terminals in January of 2011 and was released on StockCharts.com in July of 2014. After graduating from the Dutch Royal Military Academy, Julius served in the Dutch Air Force in multiple officer ranks. He retired from the military as a captain in 1990 to enter the financial industry as a portfolio manager for Equity & Law (now part of AXA Investment Managers). Learn More
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