Fidelity® Small Cap Stock Fund

Class No Load (FSLCX)
Scorecard
1 / 5 Stars
Lipper
1 1 1 5 3
Zacks Investment Research
5 (Strong Sell)
Standard & Poor's
1 / 5 Stars
TheStreet.com
D- (Sell)

Fund Holdings

As of late 2010, the fund had nearly 59 percent of its holdings in mid-cap companies. “I intend to maintain the fund’s market cap at a higher level than the Russell [2000] index [the fund’s benchmark] due to the critical need for liquidity,” Sassine said in the fund’s April 2010 shareholder update. “The ability to buy and sell stocks quickly, particularly during volatile market environments like we saw during the global financial crisis, has been a critical component of the fund’s ability to protect capital and generate strong performance for shareholders.”

Small and micro-caps make up 34 percent of the fund’s assets and large caps round out the remainder of the fund, at about 7 percent of total assets. As of late 2010, the fund was most heavily invested in information technology, followed by the business services, financial services, and consumer goods sectors.

Asset Allocation

% Long % Net
Cash 5.73 5.73
Stocks 82.54 82.54
Bonds 0.0 0.0
Other 0.0 0.0
Foreign Bonds 0.0 0.0
Foreign Stocks 11.73 11.73
Convertible 0.0 0.0
Preferred 0.0 0.0

Updated 10.31.2013

Top 10 Holdings

Performance as of 02.28.2014

Portfolio as of 10.31.2013

Ticker YTD Return % % Net Assets
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings AG AWH -12.05 1.73
Esterline Technologies ESL 5.79 1.71
Firstmerit Corp FMER -6.75 1.64
PTC Inc PTC 9.69 1.59
Skyworks Solutions, Inc. SWKS 26.75 1.56
Silgan Holdings, Inc. SLGN 0.46 1.54
Rosetta Resources, Inc. ROSE -5.22 1.5
Wesco International, Inc. WCC -6.18 1.5
Cleco Corporation CNL 5.65 1.5
Teledyne Technologies Inc TDY 5.65 1.4