Flows to Fidelity Investments’ equity and bond funds are sorely lagging those of competitors Vanguard and American Funds, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Through August, Fidelity funds took in a net of $3.3 billion, while Vanguard reaped $23 billion and American Funds, $46 billion, data from Financial Research Corp. shows.

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