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December 2016 Daily Chart

In December, Fidelity Select Fundranker’s Top Eight Model Portfolio slightly outperformed the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index (as measured by Fidelity’s Nasdaq Composite Index Fund) but trailed the broad S&P 500 Index (as measured by Fidelity’s Fidelity 500 Index Fund - Investor Class):

December 2016 Chart

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1. Natural Gas (FSNGX)
2. Banking (FSRBX)
3. Transportation (FSRFX)
4. Energy (FSENX)
5. Energy Service (FSESX)
6. Air Transportation (FSAIX)
7. Semiconductors (FSELX)
8. Natural Resources (FNARX)


Sell Software & IT Services (FSCSX),
buy Natural Gas (FSNGX)
Sell Technology (FSPTX),
buy Transportation (FSRFX)
Sell Computers (FDCPX),
buy Energy (FSENX)
Sell Gold (FSAGX),
buy Energy Service (FSESX)
Sell Defense & Aerospace (FSDAX),
buy Air Transportation (FSAIX)
Sell Insurance (FSPCX),
buy Natural Resources (FNARX)

About Fidelity Select Fundranker

Fidelity Select Fundranker employs a straightforward investment strategy—invest in Fidelity Investments Select mutual funds that are doing the best right now, and move regularly into better performing funds.

Fundranker utilizes a technical investment system, which means no guesswork, no predictions, no judgments. Each month, Fundranker rates and ranks Fidelity Investments’ 41 Select mutual funds (39 as of June 19, 2009) according to various aspects of their recent performance and selects the top eight funds in which to invest. To follow the Fundranker system, an investor typically would make two or three exchanges at the beginning of each month to stay in the top eight funds.

Fidelity Select Fundranker’s Top Eight Model Portfolio set two new all-time highs this month, most recently on January 11, 2017. From the hypothetical portfolio’s January 2, 1997, start date through January 11, 2017, it gained a phenomenal 1,440.532% on a total return basis, that is, including reinvested dividends. Over that same period, on a total return basis, the S&P 500 Index, as measured by Fidelity 500 Index Fund - Investor Class, gained 339.389%:

1/2/1997 to 1/11/2017

As of December 30, 2016, in a 7-year, 10-month long bull market that started at the depths of the Great Recession, the Top Eight Model Portfolio trailed both the Nasdaq Composite Index and the S&P 500 Index:

3/2009 through 12/2016

For a long-term, 10-year comparison, as of December 30, 2016, the Top Eight Model Portfolio trailed the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index but outperformed the broad S&P 500 index:

10-Year Chart

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