Let's examine the circumstances in which liquidation of your fund units would be most optimal and when it may have negative consequences.
Mutual Funds Are Not Stocks The first thing you need to understand is that mutual funds are not synonymous with stocks.
On the Transfer Money/Shares page, select My Bank Account (Fidelity Electronic Funds Transfer) from the From drop-down list. Select My Bank Account (Fidelity Electronic Funds Transfer) in the To list. In the Select Transfer area, click "Transfer from a Fidelity Fund to the bank account selected above," and select the fund you want to sell from the drop-down list. Similarly, to avoid a fee when selling a mutual fund that is part of Fidelity's No Transaction Fee (NTF) program, make sure you hold the fund for more than 60 days.
This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear).At best, it means shareholders are forced to sell at a time not of their choosing.At worst, it means shareholders suffer a loss and pay capital gains taxes too.So, a decline in the stock market does not necessarily mean that it is time to sell the fund.Stocks are single entities with rates of return associated with what the market will bear.
Select a mutual fund that you own from the drop-down list, then enter a quantity for the order.