Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF company info

What does Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF do?
Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF (NASDAQ:FDCF) focuses on investing in companies spearheading the evolution of communication technologies and services. This ETF targets entities that are reshaping the way we share information, consume media, and connect with each other, stretching across various sectors including telecom, media, and technology. The objective is to provide investors with exposure to innovative communication trends, aiming for long-term growth by capitalizing on the disruptive changes in the sector. Through a mix of established companies and emerging players, Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF attempts to capture the dynamism of the evolving communication landscape, making it an attractive option for those looking to invest in the future of communication technologies.
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Company Snapshot

Is Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF employ?

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Employees
76,083

What sector is Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF?

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Head Office
Boston, United States

What year was Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2020
What does Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Equity Securities /Technological Advances /Global Communications /Disruptive Companies /Market Volatility

What are the products and/or services of Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF?

Overview of Fidelity Disruptive Communications ETF offerings
Investment in innovative communication platforms focusing on enhancing connectivity and data sharing.
Backing companies developing cutting-edge messaging and social media tools to revolutionize digital interaction.
Supporting advancements in email and workplace communication technologies for improved productivity.
Funding next-gen technologies in telecommunications infrastructure, aiming at faster, more reliable services.
Investing in disruptive advertising and marketing solutions that leverage AI and data analytics.
Promoting development in immersive media experiences, including virtual and augmented reality platforms.