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Fidelity Hong Kong Tracker Fund

Daily Change:
0.62%
0.073
  • Scheme: Fidelity Retirement Master Trust
  • Fund type: Equity Fund
  • Risk/Return rating+: 5

Fund performance

Past 5 calendar years performance (%)

Past 5 calendar years performance (%)
20162015201420132012
2.58-5.383.977.36#-

Cumulative performance(%)

Cumulative performance(%)
YTD3 mths1 yr3 yrs5 yrs10 yrsSince Launch
6.461.6921.6013.57--15.34

Annualised performance(%)

Annualised performance(%)
YTD3 mths1 yr3 yrs5 yrs10 yrsSince Launch
--21.604.33--4.05

Dollar cost averaging return*(%)

Dollar cost averaging return*(%)
YTD3 mths1 yr3 yrs5 yrs10 yrsSince Launch
--10.135.75--6.44

As of 31/01/2017, based on latest unit NAV of most recent calendar month.

Investment objective

The Constituent Fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth by investing all or substantially all of the fund assets into the Tracker Fund of Hong Kong (“TraHK”). The TraHK’s investment objective is to provide investment results that closely correspond to the performance of the Hang Seng Index of Hong Kong. The manager of TraHK (State Street Global Advisors Asia Limited) seeks to achieve the investment objective of TraHK by investing all, or substantially all, of TraHK’s assets in the shares in the constituent companies of the Hang Seng Index in substantially the same weightings as they appear in the Hang Seng Index**.

About this fund
Fund details as of31 Jan 2017
Denominated currencyHKD
Launch date28 Jun 2013
Launch price10.00 HKD
Fund sizeHK$492.44 million
Fund descriptorEquity Fund - Hong Kong
PhoneXpress fund code8011
Fund manager
Fund manager
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Manager start date
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Fund fees
Fund expense ratio0.80% (Year 2014)
Volatility measures
Risk indicator++

(3-year standard deviation)

17.75%
Risk/Return rating+5

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Source: Fidelity/HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Asia) Ltd./Morningstar Asia Ltd., NAV to NAV, in HKD.

The index tracking fund under the Fidelity Retirement Master Trust is subject to market risk of the sector or market tracked by the relevant index, tracking error risk, passive management risk, early termination risk, etc. Please refer to the “Risk Factors” section in the Principal Brochure of Fidelity Retirement Master Trust for further information.

Change in NAV since last valuation date.

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Risk/Return rating is defined using a 5-point risk/return scale as 1 = Lowest risk/return, 2 = Low risk/return, 3 = Medium risk/return, 4 = High risk/return, 5 = Highest risk/return. The risk/return profile for each Constituent Fund is created by FIL Investment Management (Hong Kong) Limited (“Fidelity”), based on its in house analysis, after consideration of the “Risk Factors” described in the Principal Brochure of Fidelity Retirement Master Trust, prevailing market, political, structural, economic and other conditions, and the anticipated asset allocation of each Constituent Fund. The risk/return ratings are provided by Fidelity to investor for reference only and may be subject to change according to regular review (at least once a year) by Fidelity depending on the market conditions without prior notice. Investor should always consider their individual risk and return profile.

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Since launch date to the end of launch year. Fidelity Hong Kong Tracker Fund was launched on 28 June 2013.

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The Performance and NAV charts are shown using daily unit NAV.

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The Hang Seng Index measures the performance of largest and most liquid companies listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited and is compiled by adopting free float-adjusted market capitalisation weighted methodology. Details of the index methodology and further information in relation to the Hang Seng Index are available at www.hsi.com.hk. As for other important news of the Hang Seng Index, Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited will also make announcements through press releases and at www.hsi.com.hk. Please also refer to Appendix II of the Principal Brochure of Fidelity Retirement Master Trust for further information on the Hang Seng Index including the disclaimer of the index provider.

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This is the return achieved through investing the same amount at the end of each month, comparing the total contributions with their current value and expressing the gain or loss as a percentage. Source: Gadbury Group Limited.

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Risk Indicator is measured by the annualised standard deviation of the fund’s monthly rates of return over the past 3 years to the reporting date of the fund factsheet. For constituent funds with less than 3 years of performance history, the risk indicator figure will not be available. Standard Deviation is a measure of the historical performance fluctuation of a mutual fund or portfolio, usually computed using 36 monthly returns. This is to measure how the monthly fund performance movements are away from the average performance. The greater the degree of dispersion, the greater the risk.