Fidelity Arizona College Plan PerformancePlan Details
Fidelity offers three types of age-based portfolios; one that invests in Fidelity Funds, one that invests in Multi-Firm Funds that also include Fidelity Funds, and one that invests in Fidelity Index Funds.
Use the checkboxes to filter which results are displayed in the tables below (Please note: The Bank Deposit Portfolio appears in the Fidelity Fund, Fidelity Index and Multi-Firm investment options.)
Comparison of Investment Approaches
These portfolios invest in age-based funds managed to the approximate year the Beneficiary will enter college.
Static Allocation Portfolios
Static Portfolios invest in several
Individual And Bank Deposit Portfolios
Individual Portfolios consist of a single Fidelity-Managed fund. The Bank Deposit Portfolio is composed exclusively of a deposit in a FDIC-insured interest bearing account.
Units of the Portfolios are municipal securities and may be subject to market volatility and fluctuation.
The performance data featured represents past performance, which is no guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate; therefore, you may have a gain or loss when you sell your units. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance data quoted.
The current yield more closely reflects the current earnings of the portfolio, while total return refers to a specific past holding period. 7-day annualized yields are stated for month end. Annualized yields are based on net investment income for the stated periods. Annualized yields are historical, will fluctuate, and are based on the portfolio's total net investment income during the period. If certain expenses had not been voluntarily reimbursed by the portfolio's investment advisor during these periods, annualized yields would have been lower.
Although the underlying deposits are eligible for FDIC insurance, subject to applicable federal deposit insurance limits, the Units of the Bank Deposit Portfolio are not insured or guaranteed by the FDIC or any other government agency. You are responsible for monitoring the total amount of your assets on deposit at the depository bank, including amounts held directly at the depository bank. All such deposits held in the same ownership capacity at the depository bank are subject to aggregation and to the current FDIC insurance coverage limitation of $250,000. Please see a 529 fact kit for more details.
Bank Deposit Portfolio is not an eligible investment selection for Trust Account Registrations.
Please carefully consider each Plan's investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses before investing. For this and other information on any 529 College
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