Fidelity has filed for two additional funds, available on September 18, 2018:
- Fidelity® ZERO Extended Market Index Fund
- Fidelity® ZERO Large Cap Index Fund
See this post (Page 15)
I saw someone tweet about, but I can't find any other news: Fidelity ZERO℠ Funds (Zero Expense Ratio Offering)
There are two funds included in the filing:
Fund Name Ticker
Fidelity ZERO℠ International Index Fund FZILX
Fidelity ZERO℠ Total Market Index Fund FZROX
The international fund includes developed and emerging markets.
Availability will apparently be limited to direct Fidelity customers:
No word in the filing on whether there are any further limitations, such as their only being available in AUM-based accounts.Shares of the fund are available only to individual retail investors who purchase their shares through a Fidelity brokerage account, including retail non-retirement accounts, retail retirement accounts (traditional, Roth and SEP Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)), health savings accounts (HSAs), and stock plan services accounts.