497 1 filing723.htm PRIMARY DOCUMENT

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Mid Cap II Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
March 1, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


AMP-17-04
1.808163.126
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Leveraged Company Stock Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
September 29, 2016
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective December 12, 2016, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Summary" section under the heading "Purchase and Sale of Shares".

Purchase and Sale of Shares

You may buy or sell Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I, and Class Z shares through a retirement account or through an investment professional. You may buy or sell shares in various ways:

Internet

institutional.fidelity.com

Phone

To reach a Fidelity representative 1-877-208-0098

Mail

Fidelity Investments
P.O. Box 770002
Cincinnati, OH 45277-0081
Overnight Express:
Fidelity Investments
100 Crosby Parkway
Covington, KY 41015

Class Z shares are offered to (i) employee benefit plans investing through an intermediary, (ii) employee benefit plans not recordkept by Fidelity, and (iii) certain managed account programs. For this purpose, employee benefit plans generally include profit sharing, 401(k), and 403(b) plans, but do not include: IRAs; SIMPLE, SEP, or SARSEP plans; plans covering self-employed individuals and their employees (formerly Keogh/H.R. 10 plans); health savings accounts; or plans investing through the Fidelity Advisor 403(b) program. Plan participants may purchase Class Z shares of the fund only if Class Z shares are eligible for sale and available through their plan. You may buy or sell shares by contacting your employee benefit plan.

Class I and Class Z eligibility requirements are listed in the Additional Information about the Purchase and Sale of Shares section of the prospectus.

The price to buy one share of Class A or Class T is its offering price, if you pay a front-end sales charge, or its net asset value per share (NAV), if you qualify for a front-end sales charge waiver. The price to buy one share of Class C, Class I, or Class Z is its NAV. Shares will be bought at the offering price or NAV, as applicable, next calculated after an order is received in proper form.

The price to sell one share of Class A, Class T, or Class C is its NAV, minus any applicable contingent deferred sales charge (CDSC). The price to sell one share of Class I or Class Z is its NAV. Shares will be sold at the NAV next calculated after an order is received in proper form, minus any applicable CDSC.

The fund is open for business each day the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is open.

Initial Purchase Minimum - Class A, Class T, Class C, and Class I $10,000 
Fidelity Advisor® Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, Rollover IRA, and Simplified Employee Pension-IRA for which Fidelity Management Trust Company or an affiliate serves as custodian $500 
Through a regular investment plan established at the time the fund position is opened $100 

There is no purchase minimum for Class Z shares.

The fund may waive or lower purchase minimums in other circumstances.

Effective December 12, 2016, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Shareholder Information" section under the heading "Additional Information about the Purchase and Sale of Shares".

General Information

Ways to Invest

You may buy or sell shares through a retirement account or an investment professional. When you invest through a retirement account or an investment professional, the procedures for buying, selling, and exchanging shares and the account features, policies, and fees may differ. Additional fees may apply to your investment in shares, including a transaction fee if you buy or sell shares through a broker or other investment professional.

Information on Placing Orders

You should include the following information with any order:

  • Your name
  • Your account number
  • Type of transaction requested
  • Name(s) of fund(s) and class(es)
  • Dollar amount or number of shares

Certain methods of contacting Fidelity may be unavailable or delayed (for example, during periods of unusual market activity). In addition, the level and type of service available may be restricted.

Effective December 12, 2016, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Shareholder Information" section under the heading "Buying Shares".

Additional Information Regarding Class Z Eligibility

Class Z shares are offered to:

1. Employee benefit plans investing through an intermediary and employee benefit plans not recordkept by Fidelity. For this purpose, employee benefit plans generally include profit sharing, 401(k), and 403(b) plans, but do not include: IRAs; SIMPLE, SEP, or SARSEP plans; plans covering self-employed individuals and their employees (formerly Keogh/H.R. 10 plans); health savings accounts; or plans investing through the Fidelity Advisor® 403(b) program; and

2. Broker-dealer, registered investment adviser, insurance company, trust institution and bank trust department managed account programs that charge an asset-based fee.

Please contact Fidelity or your investment professional for more information about Class Z shares.

Minimum Waivers

For Class A, Class T, and Class C:

There is no minimum balance or purchase minimum for (i) certain Fidelity® retirement accounts funded through salary deduction, or fund positions opened with the proceeds of distributions from such retirement accounts or from a Fidelity® systematic withdrawal service, or (ii) certain mutual fund wrap program accounts. An eligible wrap program must offer asset allocation services, charge an asset-based fee to its participants for asset allocation and/or other advisory services, and meet trading and other operational requirements under an appropriate agreement with FDC. In addition, the fund may waive or lower purchase minimums in other circumstances.

For Class I:

There is no minimum balance or purchase minimum for (i) investments through Portfolio Advisory Services, (ii) certain Fidelity® retirement accounts funded through salary deduction, or fund positions opened with the proceeds of distributions from such retirement accounts or from a Fidelity® systematic withdrawal service, (iii) investments through a mutual fund or a qualified tuition program for which Fidelity serves as investment manager, or (iv) certain mutual fund wrap program accounts. An eligible wrap program must offer asset allocation services, charge an asset-based fee to its participants for asset allocation and/or other advisory services, and meet trading and other operational requirements under an appropriate agreement with FDC. In addition, the fund may waive or lower purchase minimums in other circumstances.

For Class Z:

There is no minimum balance or purchase minimum for Class Z shares.

Effective December 12, 2016, the following information supplements similar information found in the "Shareholder Information" section under the heading "Selling Shares".

Class Z:

When your relationship with your managed account provider is terminated, your shares may be sold at the NAV next calculated, in which case the redemption proceeds will remain in your account pending your instruction.

Effective December 12, 2016, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Shareholder Information" section under the heading "Exchanging Shares".

As a Class Z shareholder, you have the privilege of exchanging Class Z shares for the same class of shares of other Fidelity® funds that offer Advisor classes of shares or Class Z shares of other Fidelity® funds available through your employee benefit plan, or if the Fidelity® fund does not offer Class Z shares, then other classes of the Fidelity® fund that are available through your plan.

Effective December 12, 2016, the information found in the "Shareholder Information" section under the heading "Dividends and Capital Gain Distributions" applies to Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I, and Class Z.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the "Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


ALSF-17-04
1.756220.132
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Dividend Growth Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


ADGF-17-04
1.756194.135
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Value Strategies Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


SO-17-04
1.751427.137
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Growth Opportunities Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


GO-17-04
1.756209.138
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Equity Value Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


AEV-17-04
1.760401.131
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Growth & Income Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


AGAI-17-04
1.737468.137
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Stock Selector Mid Cap Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

The following information supplements similar information found in the "Fund Summary" section under the "Portfolio Manager(s)" heading.

Robert Stansky (co-manager) has managed the fund since April 2017.

The following information supplements the biographical information found in the "Fund Management" section under the "Portfolio Manager(s)" heading.

Robert Stansky is co-manager of the fund, which he has managed since April 2017. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 1983, Mr. Stansky has worked as a research analyst and portfolio manager. He is also head of FMR's Stock Selector Large Cap Group.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


MC-17-05
1.756202.144
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Equity Income Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

The following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Summary" section under the "Portfolio Manager(s)" heading.

Portfolio Manager(s)

James Morrow (lead portfolio manager) has managed the fund since April 2011.

Adam Kramer (co-manager) has managed the fund since April 2011.

John Sheehy (co-manager) has managed the fund since April 2017.

It is expected that Mr. Morrow will retire effective as of December 31, 2017. At that time, Mr. Sheehy will assume lead portfolio manager responsibilities for the fund.

The following information replaces the biographical information found in the "Fund Management" section under the "Portfolio Manager(s)" heading.

James Morrow is lead portfolio manager of the fund, which he has managed since April 2011. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 1999, Mr. Morrow has worked as a research analyst and portfolio manager.

Adam Kramer is co-manager of the fund, which he has managed since April 2011. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 2000, Mr. Kramer has worked as a research analyst, a portfolio assistant, and a portfolio manager.

John Sheehy is co-manager of the fund, which he has managed since April 2017. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 2007, Mr. Sheehy has worked as an equity research analyst and portfolio manager.

It is expected that Mr. Morrow will retire effective as of December 31, 2017. At that time, Mr. Sheehy will assume lead portfolio manager responsibilities for the fund.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


EPI-17-05
1.756211.133
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® High Income Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
December 30, 2016
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


AHI-17-04
1.728372.137
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Small Cap Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


ASCF-17-04
1.708463.136
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Large Cap Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


LC-17-04
1.749194.135
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Value Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
December 30, 2016
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Stephen Barwikowski no longer serves as a co-manager of the fund.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


FAV-17-05
1.798886.135
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Equity Growth Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C, Class I and Class Z
January 28, 2017
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

The following information replaces existing information found in the “Fund Summary” section under the heading “Portfolio Manager(s)”.

Jason Weiner (lead portfolio manager) has managed the fund since November 2006.

Asher Anolic (co-manager) has managed the fund since July 2017.

Effective July 1, 2017, Asher Anolic has been named co-manager of the fund. Additionally, it is expected that, effective January 1, 2018, Mr. Anolic will assume interim portfolio manager responsibilities for the fund while Mr. Weiner is on leave of absence from the firm. Mr. Weiner is expected to return in the second quarter of 2018.

The following information replaces the existing biographical information found in the “Fund Management” section under the heading “Portfolio Manager(s)”.

Jason Weiner is lead portfolio manager of the fund, which he has managed since November 2006. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 1991, Mr. Weiner has worked as a research analyst and portfolio manager.

Asher Anolic is co-manager of the fund, which he has managed since July 2017. He also manages other funds. Since joining Fidelity Investments in 2008, Mr. Anolic has worked as a research analyst and portfolio manager.

Effective July 1, 2017, Asher Anolic has been named co-manager of the fund. Additionally, it is expected that, effective January 1, 2018, Mr. Anolic will assume interim portfolio manager responsibilities for the fund while Mr. Weiner is on leave of absence from the firm. Mr. Weiner is expected to return in the second quarter of 2018.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


EPG-17-05
1.756213.133
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® High Income Advantage Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
December 30, 2016
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


HY-17-04
1.742522.136
August 4, 2017

Supplement to the
Fidelity Advisor® Floating Rate High Income Fund
Class A, Class T, Class C and Class I
December 30, 2016
Prospectus

On or about July 13, 2017, Advisor M Class of Fidelity® Government Money Market Fund will replace Daily Money Class shares of Fidelity® funds as an exchange privilege for Class M (formerly Class T) shareholders.

Effective after close of business on March 24, 2017, Class T will be renamed Class M.

Effective August 21, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Combined Purchase. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are a new shareholder, you may combine your purchase of Class A or Class M shares with purchases of: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iii) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries on the same day for the purpose of qualifying for the Combined Purchase program.

Rights of Accumulation. To receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction, if you are an existing shareholder, you may add to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares the current value of your holdings in: (i) Class A, Class M, and Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (ii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, (iii) Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares acquired by exchange from any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iv) Class O shares of Fidelity Advisor® Diversified Stock Fund and Fidelity Advisor® Capital Development Fund, and (v) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. The current value of your holdings is determined at the NAV at the close of business on the day prior to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares. The current value of your holdings will be added to your purchase of Class A or Class M shares for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program. Purchases and holdings may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Rights of Accumulation program.

Letter of Intent. You may receive a Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reduction on your purchases of Class A and Class M shares made during a 13-month period by signing a Letter of Intent (Letter). File your Letter with Fidelity no later than the date of the initial purchase toward completing your Letter. Each Class A or Class M purchase you make toward completing your Letter will be entitled to the reduced front-end sales charge applicable to the total investment indicated in the Letter. Purchases of the following may be aggregated for the purpose of completing your Letter: (i) Class A and Class M shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares (except those acquired by exchange from Daily Money Class shares of a fund that offers Daily Money Class shares that had been previously exchanged from a Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares), (ii) Class C shares of any Fidelity® fund that offers Advisor classes of shares, (iii) Advisor C Class shares of Fidelity® Treasury Money Market Fund, and (iv) Class A Units (New and Old), Class C Units, Class D Units, and Class P Units of the Fidelity Advisor® 529 Plan. Reinvested income and capital gain distributions will not be considered purchases for the purpose of completing your Letter. Purchases may be aggregated across multiple intermediaries for the purpose of qualifying for the Letter of Intent program. Your initial purchase toward completing your Letter must be at least 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter. Fidelity will register Class A or Class M shares equal to 5% of the total investment specified in your Letter in your name and will hold those shares in escrow. You will earn income, dividends and capital gain distributions on escrowed Class A and Class M shares. The escrow will be released when you complete your Letter. You are not obligated to complete your Letter. If you do not complete your Letter, you must pay the increased front-end sales charges due in accordance with the sales charge schedule in effect when your shares were originally bought. Fidelity may redeem sufficient escrowed Class A or Class M shares to pay any applicable front-end sales charges. If you purchase more than the amount specified in your Letter and qualify for additional Class A or Class M front-end sales charge reductions, the front-end sales charge will be adjusted to reflect your total purchase at the end of 13 months and the surplus amount will be applied to your purchase of additional Class A or Class M shares at the then-current offering price applicable to the total investment.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

Investment professionals will receive as compensation from FDC, at the time of the sale, a concession equal to 1.00% of your purchase of Class C shares. A concession will not apply to Class C shares acquired through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions.

The following information supplements similar information found in the “Fund Services” section under the “Fund Distribution” heading.

10. Purchased for a mutual fund only brokerage platform that charges a platform entrance fee and where the distributor has agreed with the broker to participate in such platform.

Effective August 1, 2017, the following information replaces similar information found in the "Fund Services" section under the "Fund Distribution" heading.

For purchases of Class C shares made through reinvestment of dividends or capital gain distributions, during the first year of investment and thereafter, FDC may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (distribution) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing services intended to result in the sale of Class C shares and may reallow up to the full amount of this 12b-1 (service) fee paid by such shares to intermediaries, including its affiliates, for providing shareholder support services.


AFR-17-04
1.746476.146
August 4, 2017