The Mackenzie Fixed Income Team covers a broad range of debt securities and conducts proprietary analysis. Economic analysis helps shape the context for valuing government and corporate sectors.
Fund Risk Measures:
Annualized Standard Deviation: A measure of how widely returns varied over a period. A lower standard deviation means the returns of the fund have historically been less volatile and vice-versa. Standard deviation is a measure of historical risk; future risk may be different.
Annualized Standard Deviation Benchmark: A measure of how widely returns varied over a period. A lower standard deviation means the returns of the benchmark have historically been less volatile, and vice-versa.
Alpha: A measure of the difference between a portfolio's actual return and its expected return given its level of risk. Risk is measured by beta. A positive number indicates that it has performed better than beta would predict.
Beta: A measure of the tendency of the value of the fund and the value of the benchmark to move together. The market has a beta of 1. If beta of a fund is higher than 1, the movement in value compared to the benchmark tends to be amplified. A beta less than 1 means the movement in value tends to be dampened.
R2: A measure that represents the percentage of a fund's movements that can be attributed to movements of a benchmark index.
Sharpe Ratio: A measure of how much of a fund's excess return is achieved for a certain level of risk. The greater a fund's Sharpe Ratio, the higher the risk-adjusted returns.
Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees, brokerage fees and expenses may be associated with investment funds. Please read the prospectus before investing. The indicated rates of return are the historical annual compounded total returns including changes in unit value and reinvestment of all distributions and does not take into account sales, redemption, distribution, or optional charges or income taxes payable by any security holder that would have reduced returns. Investment funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.
Index performance does not include the impact of fees, commissions, and expenses that would be payable by investors in the investment products that seek to track an index.
The rate of return is used only to illustrate the effects of the compound growth rate and is not intended to reflect future values of the investment fund or asset allocation service or returns on investment in the investment fund or from the use of the asset allocation service.
* The FTSE Canada 91 Day T-Bill Index measures the return attributable to 91-day Treasury Bills.
Inception date is the date when the ETF is listed.
The Fund’s net asset value or “NAV” is determined by calculating the aggregate of the value of the Fund’s assets less its liabilities on a particular date.
The Fund’s market price is determined by using the midpoint between the highest bid and the lowest offer on the primary stock exchange on which units of the Fund are listed for trading at market close.
The NAV return is based on the NAV of the Fund per unit and the market return is based on the market price of the Fund per unit.