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Joined: 10/1/2003
Posts: 6154
Posted on Friday, September 2, 2005 2:11:00 PM
RX300 пардон если мой вопрос был воспринят на штыки. Не думал.... :)

Мне действительно интересно как их можно использовать. Я обычно ориентируюсь на как мне кажется перспективные отрасли в портфеле и смотрю на график цен на 2-3 года назад для того что бы прикинуть как менеджмент работает. Даже если портфель меняется фонд будет инвестировать только в определённые типы компаний просто другие компании.
Joined: 10/2/2003
Posts: 2819
Posted on Saturday, September 3, 2005 3:53:00 PM

I could not find any data on Fid True North B class. But check this out:

On January 10, 2005, we stopped offering Series A and T with the initial sales charge (“ISC”) option. At the same time, we created Series B and S, which are only available with the ISC option, and transferred the existing Series A and T ISC units into the two new series. Series B and S management fees are 0.25% lower than Series A and T for Canadian fixed-income funds and Fidelity U.S. Money Market Fund and 0.15% lower for all other funds. Performance figures for Series B and S include the actual performance for units when they were available as Series A or T ISC units.

Looks like they have recently introduced B series, and our d-base still lists it with the old marker. I dont know, maybe A and T is what you are really looking for.

As for the Fidelity Cdn Asset, are you sure about B series? Well, anyways, Ive imported all the data that might be relevant for your valuation. Have fun
Joined: 8/29/2005
Posts: 21
Posted on Sunday, September 4, 2005 8:35:00 PM
GND thanks a lot.
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