BMO-Equity Growth ETF Portfolio

BMO-Equity Growth ETF Portfolio

Investment Outlook:

You want an equity growth oriented investment mostly in equity exchange traded funds with the potential for some capital appreciation

You are comfortable with medium investment risk (i.e., you are willing to accept fluctuations in the market value of your investment)


PERFORMANCE

RETURN CALCULATOR



Min. Investment amount 100
if 000000 invested every month for 0 year

Estimated Returns
0000000000

with 00 % annual returns

CALENDAR RETURNS

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
- - 5.20% 7.30% 10.80% -5.00% -

COMPOUND RETURNS

1 MO 3 MO 6 MO YTD 1 YR 2 YR 3 YR 5 YR 10 YR INCEP
0.20% -1.50% 6.60% 11.50% 1.70% - 7.90% 7.20% 0.00% 8.40%

ASSET ALLOCATION


equity 92.30%
Fixed income 3.00%
cash 1.60%
other 3.10%

GEOGRAPHICAL ALLOCATION


Canada 32.90%
United States 32.80%
Japan 5.80%
United Kingdom 3.40%
China 2.30%
Switzerland 2.20%
France 2.10%
Other 18.60%

BOND TYPE ALLOCATION


Financials 19.80%
Information Technology 11.30%
Industrials 10.30%
Consumer Discretionary 8.30%
Energy 8.20%
Health Care 7.80%
Communication Services 7.20%
Other 26.80%

TAX IMPLICATIONS

In general, you'll have to pay income tax on any money you make on a fund. How much you pay depends on the tax laws where you live and whether or not you hold the fund in a registered plan, such as a Registered Retirement Savings Plan or a Tax-Free Savings Account. This plan can be held in the following registered plans- RRSP, TFSA, RESP, besides any other non-registered accounts.

Keep in mind that if you hold your fund in a non-registered account, fund distributions are included in your taxable income for each year that you hold the fund, whether you get them in cash or have them reinvested.

We recommend that you talk to your tax advisor to get an in-depth idea of your tax liability.

Other Details

MER -
REGISTERED PLAN ELIGIBILITY RRSP, RESP, and TFSA
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS Click here


Min. Investment amount 100
if 000000 invested every month for 0 year

Estimated Returns
0000000000

with 00 % annual returns

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
- - 5.20% 7.30% 10.80% -5.00% -
1 MO 3 MO 6 MO YTD 1 YR 2 YR 3 YR 5 YR 10 YR INCEP
0.20% -1.50% 6.60% 11.50% 1.70% - 7.90% 7.20% 0.00% 8.40%

ASSET ALLOCATION


equity 92.30%
Fixed income 3.00%
cash 1.60%
other 3.10%

GEOGRAPHICAL ALLOCATION


Canada 32.90%
United States 32.80%
Japan 5.80%
United Kingdom 3.40%
China 2.30%
Switzerland 2.20%
France 2.10%
Other 18.60%

BOND TYPE ALLOCATION


Financials 19.80%
Information Technology 11.30%
Industrials 10.30%
Consumer Discretionary 8.30%
Energy 8.20%
Health Care 7.80%
Communication Services 7.20%
Other 26.80%

In general, you'll have to pay income tax on any money you make on a fund. How much you pay depends on the tax laws where you live and whether or not you hold the fund in a registered plan, such as a Registered Retirement Savings Plan or a Tax-Free Savings Account. This plan can be held in the following registered plans- RRSP, TFSA, RESP, besides any other non-registered accounts.

Keep in mind that if you hold your fund in a non-registered account, fund distributions are included in your taxable income for each year that you hold the fund, whether you get them in cash or have them reinvested.

We recommend that you talk to your tax advisor to get an in-depth idea of your tax liability.

MER -
REGISTERED PLAN ELIGIBILITY RRSP, RESP, and TFSA
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS Click here

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