Canadian Equity Fund with more choices than a standard long-only mutual fund through its use of long and short positions to provide enhanced portfolio returns with additional downside protection
In normal times, the fund will invest 130% of its assets in long positions and 30% of its assets in short positions for 100% net market exposure
Targets a quarterly distribution of $0.076
Compounded Returns (%) as at Dec 31, 2021
|1 month||3 month||6 month||1 year||3 year*||5 year*||S.I.*|
Annual Returns as at Dec 31, 2021
as at Dec 31, 2021Dividends
|Return of Capital||-||-||-||$0.20|
Growth of $10,000
Top 10 Holdings
- Bank of MontrealFinancials
- BCE Inc.Comm. Serv.
- Canadian Imperial Bank of CommerceFinancials
- Canadian National Railway CoIndustrials
- Constellation Software Inc.Info. Tech.
- Enbridge Inc.Energy
- Loblaw Cos LtdCons. Staples
- Nutrien LtdMaterials
- Royal Bank of CanadaFinancials
- Shopify IncInformation Technology
Portfolio Allocation (%)
- Basic Materials9.0
- Consumer Discretionary9.0
- Consumer Staples5.2
- Health Care-1.6
- Information Technology9.5
- Communication Services4.3
- Real Estate4.6
Geographic Allocation (%)
Fund Allocation (%)
Except where indicated otherwise, F Series data, net of fees, * annualized.
NCM Canadian Enhanced Equity Fund is available for sale to Accredited Investors, BC residents by Offering Memorandum or with a minimum purchase of $150,000 by a non-individual, and is subject to resale restrictions under applicable securities laws. The fund is not guaranteed, unit values changes frequently and past performance may not be repeated. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with this investment. Indicated rates of return are the historical annual compound total returns including changes in unit value and reinvestment of all dividends and distributions and do not take into account sales, redemption, distribution or optional charges or income tax payable by any security holder, if any, that would have reduced returns. The rate of return is used to illustrate the effects of the compound growth rate and is not intended to reflect future sales of the fund or returns on investment in the fund.