Fidelity Freedom Series

Fidelity Investments
Rated as Fidelity Freedom® 2050 Fund
Updated June 2021

Prison industrial complex grade
The Fidelity Freedom Series has 0.58% exposure to the high-risk prison industrial complex screen.

Prison industrial complex grade

F
Exposure to private prison operators of 0.01%. Any exposure to private prison operators assigns a grade of F.
0.01% invested in private prison operators screen.
0.58% invested in higher-risk prison industrial complex screen.
5.94% invested in all prison industrial complex screen companies.
Screen# of holdings% of portfolio
Private prison operatorsPrivate prison operators20.01%
Prison industrial complex screen, higher-risk companiesPrison industrial complex screen, higher-risk companies150.58%
Prison industryPrison industry213.81%
Border industryBorder industry245.26%
All prison industrial complex screens355.94%
Private prison operators
Top 2 holdings

Private prison operators

  1. MITIE Group PLC
    0.01%
  2. Serco Group PLC
    0%
Prison industrial complex screen, higher-risk companies
Top 5 holdings

Prison industrial complex screen, higher-risk companies

  1. Northrop Grumman Corp
    0.14%
  2. Raytheon Technologies Corp
    0.12%
  3. NICE Ltd
    0.09%
  4. General Dynamics Corp
    0.08%
  5. Thomson Reuters Corp
    0.06%
Prison industry
Top 5 holdings

Prison industry

  1. Amazon.com Inc
    1.06%
  2. Wells Fargo & Co
    0.64%
  3. Bank of America Corp
    0.62%
  4. JPMorgan Chase & Co
    0.42%
  5. BNP Paribas
    0.22%
Border industry
Top 5 holdings

Border industry

  1. Microsoft Corp
    1.26%
  2. Amazon.com Inc
    1.06%
  3. Wells Fargo & Co
    0.64%
  4. Bank of America Corp
    0.62%
  5. JPMorgan Chase & Co
    0.42%
Company research sourced from
American Friends Service Committee

All funds in this target date series

A target date fund series consist of around 10 or 12 different funds, each with their own "target date" marketed at different age demographics. We use the 2050 fund to assign ratings to target date fund series - this is the fund that would be marketed to savers looking to retire around the year 2050. As time progresses and this "target date" approaches, the portfolio mix of the fund shifts away from stocks and towards bonds and other less-risky investments. Usually, the mix of stocks in the portfolio stays the same across a target date fund series, meaning if you are invested in a fund from this target date series that is dated closer to today than 2050, you're likely invested in the same companies flagged above, but you may have lower levels of exposure. We currently only have detailed results for the 2050 version of this target date fund series.

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All tickers for this target date series

Tickers for each shareclass available from every fund in this target date series.

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