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Need to know how much emerging market in FLPSX?
Old 12-08-2007, 09:47 AM   #1
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Need to know how much emerging market in FLPSX?

I was wondering if there is a way to calculate how much emerging markets Fidelity Low-Priced Stock (FLPSX) holds? Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-08-2007, 10:49 AM   #2
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Well its somewhere between 7.7% and 18.1%, according to this:

Fidelity Investments: Site Search

But I don't know where to go to narrow it down any more.
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Old 12-08-2007, 11:31 AM   #3
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Percent Foreign Holdings 34.8% of the portfolio

Go to Fidelity.com
Enter FLPX under quotes
Select Research
Select Composition

By the way, It's closed to new investors
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Its open to 401k/403b investors who have access to that fund; mine used to.

Depends on what you consider an emerging market. The fund primarily invests in the US and western europe. It has about 13% in mexico, central and south america, and the APAC region including china and india. Not much if anything in eastern europe, the Former Soviet states, or Japan. About 5.5% is in the americas from mexico and south (most of it is in brazil), and 7.5% is in the APAC region, about 1/3 of that in south korea.
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Percent Foreign Holdings 34.8% of the portfolio

Right, but much of that is developed markets. I got my range of 7.7-18.1 from information on that same page.
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Its open to 401k/403b investors who have access to that fund; mine used to.

Depends on what you consider an emerging market. The fund primarily invests in the US and western europe. It has about 13% in mexico, central and south america, and the APAC region including china and india. Not much if anything in eastern europe, the Former Soviet states, or Japan. About 5.5% is in the americas from mexico and south (most of it is in brazil), and 7.5% is in the APAC region, about 1/3 of that in south korea.
Thanks Bunny! Can I ask where you got the 13% from?
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