PG and CVS Asset Holder FDFAX Included in 10 Best Mutual Funds for Today : Free Report Focuses on 10 Diverse Mutual Funds to Invest in during Today's Market Volatility

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The "Top 10 Mutual Funds for Today" Special Report was released today by, a leading investment advisory website from Business Financial Publishing. The just-released report features 10 diverse mutual funds including Fidelity Select Consumer Staples (FDFAX), which holds assets in three top performing consumer staples companies: Procter & Gamble (PG), PepsiCo (PEP) and CVS Caremark (CVS).

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The Top 10 Mutual Funds for Today

This third edition report from, "Top 10 Mutual Funds for Today" provides investors detailed and comprehensive research on 10 funds set to outperform during the current market volatility. The mutual funds represent a wide spectrum of funds, ranging from small cap blends to world allocation funds. They have all been carefully selected according to their fund managers, turnover, fund size, performance, expenses, investment objectives, and more.

Business Financial Publishing's Chief Investment Strategist Ian Wyatt said, "Given current market conditions, we initiated research and analysis on economic downturns in history to find those mutual funds and sectors that tended to outperform the market and preserve investor capital. Fidelity Select Consumer Staples is an example of the type of fund whose holdings will remain consistent during this market volatility. FDFAX's primary driver is that its holdings provide consumer staples and consistent, in-demand products that people will continue to buy everyday, regardless of economic conditions."

Investors can request a free copy of "The Top 10 Mutual Funds for Today" to find out more about the Fidelity fund and discover nine more winners by visiting

Fidelity Select Consumer Staples' holding with Procter & Gamble (PG) is looking very promising for investors seeking defensive funds. Net sales for Procter & Gamble rose 9% to $20.5 billion, despite economic woes felt across many other companies. Though Procter & Gamble did have to increase prices across various consumer sectors, there appears to be no negative impact on sales.

In addition to Fidelity Select Consumer Staples, Dodge and Cox Stock (DODGX), a large-value fund is included in this report. Over the past 20 years, Dodge and Cox Stock has delivered an average annual return of 14.18% and holds assets in Wal-Mart, Hewlett-Packard and Comcast. Wal-Mart has posted consistent, upward swings in business sales.

More information on Fidelity Select Consumers Staples and Dodge and Cox Stock can be found along with eight other mutual funds on the website,

About and Business Financial Publishing is an investment advisory website from Washington, DC-based Business Financial Publishing, an independent publisher of paid subscription newsletters, free investment reports, and investment advisory websites.

Business Financial Publishing is led by founder Ian Wyatt who takes a leading role in the selection of investments and research as the Chief Investment Strategist. Ian has a passion for finding high quality investments and educating investors. He is assisted by a team of dedicated professionals who strive to provide the highest quality research and ongoing education of everything investment related in an easy to understand format for individual investors.

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