Fund Portfolio – Mackenzie Canadian All Cap Dividend Class Series A MFC3919 MFC4276 MFC7202 MFC4278 | Mackenzie Investments

Mackenzie Canadian All Cap Dividend Class Series A

Asset Class: Canadian Equity

Major Holdings (%) Help Top holdings by percentage

As of October 31, 2017
Major holdings represent 43.7% of the fund.
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Total # of
Equity Holdings
58
Holding name, country and sector Percentage of holding in fund
Vanguard Value ETF
United States | Index Participation Units
6.9%
Toronto-Dominion Bank/The
Canada | Diversified Banks
6.6%
Royal Bank of Canada
Canada | Diversified Banks
6.1%
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd
Canada | Railroads
4.4%
Bank of Nova Scotia/The
Canada | Diversified Banks
4.2%
Enbridge Inc
Canada | Oil & Gas Storage & Transport
3.3%
Manulife Financial Corp
Canada | Life & Health Insurance
3.2%
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc
Canada | Construction & Engineering
3.2%
Crescent Point Energy Corp
Canada | Oil & Gas Exploration & Prod.
3.1%
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd
Canada | Oil & Gas Exploration & Prod.
2.9%

Complete Fund Holdings Help Full holdings list

As of August 31, 2017
Holding Name No. of Shares/Units Market Value CAD (000s) % of NAV
Acadian Timber Corp. 69,796 1,295 0.5%
AG Growth International Inc. 18,367 1,068 0.5%
Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. Class B Sub. voting 81,896 4,883 2.1%
Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust 53,360 2,066 0.9%
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. 33,899 506 0.2%
Amgen Inc. 17,241 3,828 1.6%
Ares Capital Corp. 11,225 225 0.1%
Bank of Montreal 67,879 6,083 2.6%
BCE Inc. 82,946 4,930 2.1%
Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust 47,863 1,933 0.8%
Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Class A limited voting 77,754 3,840 1.6%
Brookfield Property Partners LP 179,611 5,254 2.2%
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 45,124 4,734 2.0%
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. 144,621 5,564 2.3%
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. 54,631 10,614 4.5%
Capital Power Corp. 50,233 1,319 0.6%
Cardinal Health Inc. 29,948 2,524 1.1%
Chemtrade Logistics Income Fund 253,237 4,736 2.0%
Cineplex Inc. 38,748 1,488 0.6%
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. 30,644 2,709 1.1%
Corus Entertainment Inc. Class B non-voting 80,175 1,105 0.5%
Crescent Point Energy Corp. 701,674 6,013 2.5%
CT Real Estate Investment Trust 124,865 1,744 0.7%
DHX Media Ltd. 221,230 1,458 0.6%
Dick's Sporting Goods Inc. 46,740 1,539 0.6%
Dream Office Real Estate Investment Trust 48,486 1,037 0.4%
DXC Technology Co. 11,225 1,192 0.5%
Enbridge Inc. 157,202 7,848 3.3%
Goldcorp Inc. 209,290 3,591 1.5%
Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. 28,023 1,502 0.6%
Intact Financial Corp. 35,606 3,665 1.5%
Intact Financial Corp. Subscription Receipts 11,225 1,148 0.5%
Loblaw Companies Ltd. 49,793 3,372 1.4%
Manulife Financial Corp. 298,412 7,320 3.1%
Medical Facilities Corp. 233,018 3,577 1.5%
Microsoft Corp. 9,361 874 0.4%
Northland Power Inc. 252,136 6,039 2.6%
Parkland Fuel Corp. 31,876 861 0.4%
Parkland Fuel Corp. Private Placement 30,307 813 0.3%
Pembina Pipeline Corp. 131,102 5,277 2.2%
Peyto Exploration & Development Corp. 139,821 2,996 1.3%
Pizza Pizza Royalty Corp. 121,692 2,001 0.8%
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. 96,858 2,105 0.9%
Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust 345,724 2,289 1.0%
Quest Diagnostics Inc. 9,761 1,321 0.6%
Richards Packaging Income Fund 63,225 1,871 0.8%
Rogers Communications Inc. Class B non-voting 23,074 1,504 0.6%
Royal Bank of Canada 149,866 13,889 5.9%
SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. 134,159 7,318 3.1%
Sun Life Financial Inc. 46,171 2,214 0.9%
TELUS Corp. 140,195 6,338 2.7%
The Bank of Nova Scotia 121,786 9,462 4.0%
The Kroger Co. 93,009 2,541 1.1%
The North West Co. Inc. 57,617 1,813 0.8%
The Toronto-Dominion Bank 252,750 16,948 7.2%
TransAlta Corp. 87,570 672 0.3%
TransCanada Corp. 91,006 5,771 2.4%
Wells Fargo & Co. 70,357 4,488 1.9%
Yamana Gold Inc. 675,074 2,491 1.1%
Total Investments -- 217,606 91.9%
Cash & Equivalents -- 18,102 7.6%
Other Assets (Liabilities) -- 1,108 0.5%
Total Net Assets -- 236,816 100.0%

Asset Allocation (%) Help Holdings by region and sector

As of November 30, 2017
  • Regional Allocation
      Canada
    81.5%
      United States
    18.5%
      Cash & Equivalents 0.0%
  • Sector Allocation
      Financials 33.5%
      Energy 15.3%
      Index Participation Units 8.8%
      Industrials 8.2%
      Real Estate 6.1%
      Other 5.8%
      Materials 5.8%
      Telecommunication Serv. 5.3%
      Consumer Staples 4.8%
      Information Technology 3.4%
      Health Care 3%
      Cash & Equivalents 0%

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Portfolio Managers

Hovig Moushian, MBA, CFA

Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Head of Team

Mackenzie All Cap Value Team

Investment experience since 1996

Note: Effective September 29, 2015, the foreign content limit of Mackenzie Canadian All Cap Divided Class will increase from 10 per cent to 30 per cent.

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Effective September 29, 2016, Mackenzie Investments will no longer permit purchases of securities in Series O, O6, PWX, and PWX8  in the Corporate Class version of this fund.

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* The blended index is composed of 85% S&P/TSX Composite Dividend Index and 15% S&P 500 Index. From Jan 1/2011 to Sep 30/2015, the benchmark was S&P/TSX Composite Dividend Index. Prior to Jan 1/2011, the benchmark was Scotia Capital Income Trust.

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