Investors holding Corporate Class funds that are classes of Mackenzie Financial Capital Corp. will be paid a dividend on March 27, 2015. To help investors and financial advisors, Mackenzie Investments has prepared estimates of these distributions.
What does a strong U.S. dollar mean for Canadian investors? We believe it can provide an opportunity to enhance returns by selectively holding certain U.S. dollar-denominated assets.
February 19, 2015 Bookmark the Web Page, How to profit from a strong U.S. dollar
For Q4, Mackenzie US Mid Cap Growth Class returned 10.4% vs. Russell Mid Cap Total Return Index ($CDN) which returned 9.8%.
For Q4 2014, the Fund returned 1.5% vs. the 1.4% return of its benchmark (comprising 30% S&P/TSX Composite Total Return Index (returned -1.5%) and 70% FTSE TMX Canada Universe Bond Index (returned 2.7%)).
December 31, 2014 Bookmark the Web Page, Q4 2014 Commentary – Mackenzie Income Fund