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Fidelity Select 50 Balanced Fund | MoneyTalk

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There’s only one thing worse than a lack of choice - and that’s too much of it. At Fidelity, we offer more than 2,000 funds from over 100 managers and it can be hard to know where to start. The new Fidelity Select 50 Balanced Fund aims to make life easier by providing a ready-made collection of manager styles in one balanced fund. Tom Stevenson catches up with Ayesha Akbar to find out how she goes about picking and mixing the right balance of funds for the portfolio.

Video transcript - Select 50 Balanced Fund interview

All eyes on earnings

Can US companies defy recession fears?


Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson

Fidelity Personal Investing

Markets unmoved by China growing pains

Growth in the giant Chinese economy is slowing down


Ed Monk

Ed Monk

Fidelity Personal Investing

Investing the ‘no brainer’ way

Turning your brain off in difficult markets can pay off


Ed Monk

Ed Monk

Fidelity Personal Investing

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