Mutual funds can be an important part of an overall investment plan, offering diversification and risk management. With more than 2,000 mutual funds currently in the marketplace, it is important to develop a portfolio that takes into account your investment risk profile, time horizon and goals.
Learn more about:
- Introduction to Mutual Fund Investing
- Mutual Fund Benefits
- Types of Mutual Funds
- Understanding Mutual Fund Objectives
- Investment Management Styles
- Mutual Fund Sales Charges
- Systematic Purchase & Withdrawal Plans
- Mutual Funds As An RRSP Investment
- Understanding Risk/Return Ratios
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I go about choosing a mutual fund?
- What's the difference between "bottom up" and "top down"?
- Can you explain how 100% RRSP-eligible funds work?
- What's an index fund?
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