HCA Stock – Hamilton Canadian Bank Mean Reversion 

HCA Stock: Fund’s Objective

Le FNB BMO Equal Weight US Banques a été conçu pour reproduire, dans la mesure du possible, le rendement de l’indice Solactive Equal Weight US Bank, déduction faite des frais. Le Fonds investit et détient les titres constitutifs de l’indice dans la même proportion que celle reflétée dans l’indice.

Financial data – HCA Stock

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Historical performance HCA Stock

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HCA Stock 52 weeks high and low

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Portfolio

NAMEWeight
Bank of Nova Scotia27.9%
Toronto-Dominion Bank27.1%
Royal Bank of Canada26.4%
Bank of Montreal6.4%
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce6.2%
National Bank of Canada6.0%

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What should I know before buying an ETF?

Investors should pay close attention to the following:

  • The fund’s objective;
  • Risk level
  • Management Expense Ratio (Total fees charged by an ETF)
  • Liquidity

Are ETFs good for beginners?

ETFs are great for both beginners and Experts.

  • They are ideal if you want to bet on a particular sector or commodity;
  • ETFs are used by large number of investors as a mean of generating passive income (for instance with Dividend ETFs);
  • Actively managed ETFs allow investors access to sophisticated investment styles: Value investing, Covered call,…etc).

What are the Fees associated with ETFs

Management Expense Ratio (MER):

The percentage of a fund’s average net assets paid out of the fund each year to cover the day-to-day and fixed costs of managing the fund. The figure is reported in the Fund’s annual management report of fund performance. MER includes all management fees and GST/HST paid by the fund for the period, including fees paid indirectly as a result of holding other ETFs.

Management Fee:

The annual fee payable by the fund to the manager of the fund for acting as trustee and manager of the fund. This fee forms the largest portion of the MER. Typically, included in the management fee are the costs associated with paying the custodian and valuation agents, registrar and transfer agents, and any other service providers retained by the manager.

Operating Expenses:

Other operating costs such as fees and expenses relating to the independent review committee, brokerage expenses and commissions, and taxes.