Fund Facts for segregated funds
A person who invested $1,000 in the fund 10 years ago now
has $2,482. This works out to an average of 9.3% a year.
This chart shows how the fund has performed in each of the
past 10 years. There were three years when people who held this
fund lost some of the money they had at the start of the year.
Investment mix (June 30, 2006)
How has the fund performed?
This section tells you how the fund has performed over the past
10 years. Returns are after the annual expenses have been
deducted. These expenses reduce the returns you get on your
It’s important to note that this doesn’t tell you how the fund will
perform in the future.
How risky is it?
When you invest in a fund, the value of your investment can go
down as well as up. This fund has moderate risk.
Are there any guarantees?
The contract comes with guarantees that protect your
investment if the markets go down. You pay annual insurance
costs to get these guarantees. For more details, ask your adviser
or see the insurance contract Key Facts sheet.
Who is this fund for?
• are looking for a long-term investment
• want to invest in a broad range of Canadian companies
• can handle the ups and downs of the stock market.
Choice® Insurance Contract
XYZ Canadian Equity Fund (Combined Guarantee)
June 30, 2006
Date fund created:
January 1, 1996
Total value on June 30, 2006:
Capital Asset Management Ltd
Annually, on December 15
What does the fund invest in?
The fund invests in Canadian companies. They can be of any size
and from any industry. The charts below give you a snapshot of
the fund’s investments on June 30, 2006. The fund’s investments
Top 10 investments (June 30, 2006)
1. Royal Bank of Canada
2. Encana Corp.