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Mackenzie Monthly Income Conservative

Seeks to deliver long-term growth of capital by investing in high quality companies complemented with a Core Plus investment approach to fixed income selection

Mackenzie Global Environmental Equity fund

A Positive for the world and yourself. Real impact. Real Sustainable Investing. That’s Better together

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Your source for continuing education credits.

What's new

Macro and asset allocation update

As the pandemic risk begins to recede, macro imbalances could become new sources of risk. Mackenzie’s Chief Economist Todd Mattina and Economist Jules Boudreau examine the implications for asset allocation.

Canadians, keep an eye on the Fed

The Bank of Canada appears set to raise rates well ahead of the Federal Reserve. Will the Fed shift its policy stance? Mackenzie’s Chief Economist Todd Mattina and Economist Jules Boudreau examine the forces affecting the central banks’ divergence.

2021 Federal Budget Infographic

This infographic highlights the key takeaways from the 2021 Federal Budget, making it easy to understand and perfect to share with clients.

The 2021 Federal Budget Bulletin

The 2021 Federal Budget tabled by Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland on Monday, April 19, 2021, contained several proposals that will impact the financial, tax and estate plans of Canadians. The following is a summary of the most relevant budget proposals that may impact financial advisors and their clients.

Infrastructure: Promise and Pitfalls

Next on Democrats’ policy checklist is a wide-ranging infrastructure plan, a potential catalyst to both short-term and long-term growth. But will it live up to its hype? Mackenzie’s Chief Economist Todd Mattina and Economist Jules Boudreau examine the likely impact that infrastructure spending will have on the US economy.

Bitcoin: More asset than currency

While mainstream adoption of the leading cryptocurrencies for daily transactions is still unlikely, they have potential as financial assets, possibly as a replacement or complement to gold. Mackenzie’s Chief Economist Todd Mattina and Economist Jules Boudreau examine the challenges and the opportunities for Bitcoin.

Biden’s growth gambit

New US President Joe Biden has unveiled his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP). The program should provide a short-term boost to economic recovery and jobs, according to Mackenzie’s Chief Economist Todd Mattina and Economist Jules Boudreau.

Why financial markets shouldn’t fear inflation

The global pandemic put a damper on economic activity through 2020. With mass vaccinations progressing slowly but surely, economies around the world are expected to rebound strongly in 2021. What does this mean for inflation? Mackenzie’s Economists Todd Mattina and Jules Boudreau share their analysis.

Mackenzie’s global capital market and economic outlook

As investors turn their attention to the outlook for the global economy and financial markets next year, it’s important to keep a focus on the long term.

Feature Page - Mackenzie US All Cap Growth Fund

Durable growth stocks that can outperform in a variety of economic environments.

Feature Page - Mackenzie Global Environmental Equity Fund

Responding to investors’ interest in the green economy.

LBCFS Model Portfolios

One of the most important strategies for achieving your long-term investing goals is diversification – spreading investment dollars across different types of funds based on your goals, needs, and risk tolerance.