The $61 billion fund posted a return of 16.3% in 2010, which is especially impressive considering its size.

Among the fund's top holdings are U.S. icons Coca-Cola (KO, news), Apple (AAPL, news) and McDonald's (MCD, news), but Danoff also buys international value stocks.

Fidelity Global Balanced Fund

If you want exposure to equity and debt securities, this is the fund. The Fidelity Global Balanced (FGBLX) fund has 843 holdings from around the world, ranging from Japanese, Italian and German government bonds to U.S. companies like Exxon Mobil (XOM, news).

By policy, 25% of the fund is invested in fixed income, but the fund is also in the large-cap growth category. This gives investors exposure to global debt and equity. In a difficult environment in 2010, it posted a 10.4% return.

Fidelity Floating Rate High Income

If inflation increases in 2011, this bond fund can provide some protection. The Fidelity Floating Rate High Income (FFRHX) fund invests primarily in senior U.S. bank loans with rates that reset every three months. This allows the fund's yield and price to rise if short-term rates rise.

The fund invests primarily in loans made to weaker companies, but manager Christine McConnell says her analysts examine loans to avoid those that may fail. The average maturity of its investments is less than five years, and the fund yields 3.5%.

Its annualized return over the past three years was 5.24%.

The investment seeks a high level of income. It normally invests at least 80% of assets in floating-rate loans, which often are lower-quality debt securities, and other floating-rate securities.

Fidelity Dividend Growth

Dividend growth has become a very popular goal for investors looking for greater returns. The Fidelity Dividend Growth (FDGFX) fund ranks near the top of its class. Manager Larry Rakers invests in companies that he believes will initiate or increase their dividend payouts.

Foreign holdings make up about 15% of the fund. Its top three sectors are financials (18%), information technology (17%) and industrials (14%).

Among the fund's top holdings are Wells Fargo (WFC, news), JPMorgan Chase (JPM, news), Lam Research (LRCX, news), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ, news) and Merck (MRK, news).

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Making the funds work for you

The portfolios below both provide good sector diversification, and the allocations in each are designed to cushion overall portfolio risk.

The aggressive growth portfolio is well-suited to individuals who can tolerate more investment risk and portfolio volatility.

Aggressive growth portfolio
Fidelity Low-Priced StockMid-cap blend25%
Fidelity Focused StockLarge-cap growth20%
Fidelity Select Health CareHealth20%
Fidelity ContrafundLarge-cap growth15%
Fidelity Global BalancedWorld allocation10%
Fidelity Floating Rate High IncomeBank loans10%

The growth and income portfolio is suited for investors nearing retirement. Its goal is capital appreciation and generating cash. This is considered an investment approach that strikes a middle path between aggressive growth and conservative capital protection.

Growth and income portfolio
Fidelity Dividend GrowthLarge-cap blend25%
Fidelity Low-Priced StockMid-cap blend20%
Fidelity ContrafundLarge-cap growth15%
Fidelity Global BalancedWorld allocation15%
Fidelity Floating Rate High IncomeBank loans15%
Fidelity Focused StockLarge-cap growth10%