CI First Asset Morningstar National Bank Québec Index ETF

Fund Overview

The Fund has been designed to replicate, to the extent possible, the performance of the Morningstar® National Bank Québec IndexTM (the "Index"), net of expenses. The Fund invests in equity securities of equity securities of issuers with a minimum float capitalization of $150 million and which are headquartered in the Province of Québec.The investment strategy of the Fund is to invest in and hold the constituent securities of the Index.

Investor suitability
For those who:

  • want Canadian equity exposure to companies headquartered in Quebec
  • want to receive regular quarterly cash flows (if any)
  • can tolerate low to medium risk.

Performance

 1m3m6mYTD1y2y3y4y5ySI
QXM -2.78%0.08%6.51%-14.63%-9.64%1.23%-0.16%3.23%4.51%9.31%
Benchmark-3.11%-2.88%7.13%-6.11%-2.30%5.18%2.24%4.48%6.07%5.67%
As at: 30 Oct 2020 - Benchmark: S&P/TSX Composite Index (Total Return)

 

Historical NAVs

Sector Breakdown

As at October 31, 2020

The indicated rates of return are the historical annual compounded total returns, including changes in unit value and do not take into account sales, redemption or optional charges or income taxes payable by a security holder that would have reduced returns.


The S&P/TSX Composite Index is a capitalization-weighted index designed to measure market activity of stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. This index is used as a benchmark to help you understand the Fund`s performance relative to the general performance of broader Canadian equity market.

Key Facts

Index Characteristics

Number of Securities52
Price/Earnings Ratio12.62
Price/Book Ratio1.93
As at 31 Oct, 2020

Index Risk Return Measures

Time period: 10/16/2006 to 10/31/2020 Index Benchmark
Return (% annualized)7.544.90
Std Dev12.8613.58
Beta0.801.00
Sharpe0.510.31
Sortino Ratio0.680.41
Up Capture91.23100.00
Down Capture71.87100.00
As at 31 Oct, 2020
Index: Morningstar® National Bank Québec IndexTM
Benchmark: S&P/TSX Composite TR Index

Number of securities: 52

Asset Allocation

Security Type%
Common Stock95.37%
Foreign Stock4.62%

Holdings

NameSecurity TypeISINTicker %
CAE INC Common StockCA1247651088 CAE CN 5.08
POWER CORP CANADA Common StockCA7392391016 POW CN 5.06
NATIONAL BANK OF CANADA Common StockCA6330671034 NA CN 4.97
WSP GLOBAL INC Common StockCA92938W2022 WSP CN 4.94
CGI INC Common StockCA12532H1047 GIB/A CN 4.85
BCE INC Common StockCA05534B7604 BCE CN 4.65
BAUSCH HEALTH COS INC Foreign StockCA0717341071 BHC CN 4.60
SAPUTO INC Common StockCA8029121057 SAP CN 4.60
DOLLARAMA INC Common StockCA25675T1075 DOL CN 4.50
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CO Common StockCA1363751027 CNR CN 4.49
ALIMENTATION COUCHE-TARD INC Common StockCA01626P4033 ATD/B CN 4.28
METRO INC Common StockCA59162N1096 MRU CN 4.25
GILDAN ACTIVEWEAR INC Common StockCA3759161035 GIL CN 3.92
AIR CANADA Common StockCA0089118776 AC CN 3.79
IA FINANCIAL CORP INC Common StockCA45075E1043 IAG CN 3.70
TFI INTERNATIONAL INC Common StockCA87241L1094 TFII CN 3.45
QUEBECOR INC Common StockCA7481932084 QBR/B CN 2.92
LIGHTSPEED POS INC Common StockCA53227R1064 LSPD CN 2.52
SNC-LAVALIN GROUP INC Common StockCA78460T1057 SNC CN 2.44
BORALEX INC Common StockCA09950M3003 BLX CN 2.38
INNERGEX RENEWABLE ENERGY INC Common StockCA45790B1040 INE CN 1.89
BRP INC Common StockCA05577W2004 DOO CN 1.76
STELLA-JONES INC Common StockCA85853F1053 SJ CN 1.76
OSISKO GOLD ROYALTIES LTD Common StockCA68827L1013 OR CN 1.22
COGECO COMMUNICATIONS INC Common StockCA19239C1068 CCA CN 1.20
RICHELIEU HARDWARE LTD Common StockCA76329W1032 RCH CN 1.13
COMINAR REIT Common StockCA1999101001 CUF-U CN 0.91
LAURENTIAN BANK OF CANADA Common StockCA51925D1069 LB CN 0.85
TRANSCONTINENTAL INC Common StockCA8935781044 TCL/A CN 0.82
TURQUOISE HILL RESOURCES LTD Common StockCA9004352071 TRQ CN 0.75
CASCADES INC Common StockCA1469001053 CAS CN 0.65
MTY FOOD GROUP INC Common StockCA55378N1078 MTY CN 0.58
COGECO INC Common StockCA19238T1003 CGO CN 0.39
FIERA CAPITAL CORP Common StockCA31660A1030 FSZ CN 0.38
KNIGHT THERAPEUTICS INC Common StockCA4990531069 GUD CN 0.35
GDI INTEGRATED FAC SVCS INC Common StockCA3615692058 GDI CN 0.34
LASSONDE INDUSTRIES INC Common StockCA5179071017 LAS/A CN 0.30
SAVARIA CORP Common StockCA8051121090 SIS CN 0.29
GOODFOOD MARKET CORP Common StockCA38217M1005 FOOD CN 0.25
HEROUX-DEVTEK INC Common StockCA42774L1094 HRX CN 0.25
TECSYS INC Common StockCA8789501043 TCS CN 0.24
DOREL INDUSTRIES INC Common StockCA25822C2058 DII/B CN 0.22
UNI-SELECT INC Common StockCA90457D1006 UNS CN 0.20
NEW LOOK VISION GROUP INC Common StockCA64672W1023 BCI CN 0.16
STINGRAY GROUP INC Common StockCA86084H1001 RAY/A CN 0.16
AIMIA INC Common StockCA00900Q1037 AIM CN 0.16
THERATECHNOLOGIES INC Common StockCA88338H1001 TH CN 0.14
BTB REIT Common StockCA11777P3007 BTB-U CN 0.13
NEPTUNE WELLNESS SOLUTIONS INC Common StockCA64079L1058 NEPT CN 0.12
TRANSAT A T INC Common StockCA89351T4019 TRZ CN 0.12
BELLUS HEALTH INC Common StockCA07987C2040 BLU CN 0.12
5N PLUS INC Common StockCA33833X1015 VNP CN 0.11
Currency Security 0.00

As at: 26 November 2020
Holdings are subject to change

99.34%

Distributions

Distribution details (.csv)

Twelve month trailing distribution yield : 1.36% (as at 26 Nov 2020)

QXMTotalCashReinvestedEligible dividendsNon eligible dividendsOther incomeCapital GainsReturn of capitalForeign IncomeForeign tax paid
SI$5.66950$2.31690$3.35260$1.73055--$3.70643$0.01622--
2020 +$0.21630$0.21630--------
24-Sep$0.06920$0.06920--------
24-Jun$0.06920$0.06920--------
25-Mar$0.07790$0.07790--------
2019 +$0.92330$0.31230$0.61100$0.28152--$0.63549$0.00629--
30-Dec$0.61100-$0.61100$0.18630--$0.42053$0.00416--
23-Dec$0.07790$0.07790-$0.02375--$0.05362$0.00053--
24-Sep$0.07790$0.07790-$0.02375--$0.05362$0.00053--
24-Jun$0.07940$0.07940-$0.02421--$0.05465$0.00054--
25-Mar$0.07710$0.07710-$0.02351--$0.05307$0.00053--
2018 +$0.64270$0.30070$0.34200$0.24322--$0.39852$0.00096--
28-Dec$0.34200-$0.34200$0.12942--$0.21206$0.00051--
21-Dec$0.07950$0.07950-$0.03009--$0.04930$0.00012--
24-Sep$0.07460$0.07460-$0.02823--$0.04626$0.00011--
25-Jun$0.07470$0.07470-$0.02827--$0.04632$0.00011--
23-Mar$0.07190$0.07190-$0.02721--$0.04458$0.00011--
2017 +$0.63750$0.27750$0.36000$0.23767--$0.39533$0.00450--
28-Dec$0.36000-$0.36000$0.13422--$0.22324$0.00254--
28-Dec$0.06870$0.06870-$0.02561--$0.04260$0.00049--
28-Sep$0.06790$0.06790-$0.02531--$0.04211$0.00048--
29-Jun$0.06890$0.06890-$0.02569--$0.04273$0.00048--
30-Mar$0.07200$0.07200-$0.02684--$0.04465$0.00051--
2016 +$0.90910$0.28030$0.62880$0.22548--$0.68362---
29-Dec$0.62880-$0.62880$0.15596--$0.47284---
29-Dec$0.06890$0.06890-$0.01709--$0.05181---
29-Sep$0.07000$0.07000-$0.01736--$0.05264---
29-Jun$0.07120$0.07120-$0.01766--$0.05354---
30-Mar$0.07020$0.07020-$0.01741--$0.05279---
2015 +$1.19650$0.25180$0.94470$0.24387--$0.95263---
30-Dec$0.06840$0.06840-$0.01394--$0.05446---
30-Dec$0.94470-$0.94470$0.19255--$0.75215---
29-Sep$0.06480$0.06480-$0.01321--$0.05159---
29-Jun$0.06330$0.06330-$0.01290--$0.05040---
30-Mar$0.05530$0.05530-$0.01127--$0.04403---
2014 +$0.56130$0.30780$0.25350$0.17422--$0.38644$0.00064--
30-Dec$0.25350-$0.25350$0.07868--$0.17453$0.00029--
30-Dec$0.14130$0.14130-$0.04386--$0.09728$0.00016--
29-Sep$0.05680$0.05680-$0.01763--$0.03910$0.00007--
27-Jun$0.05470$0.05470-$0.01698--$0.03766$0.00006--
28-Mar$0.05500$0.05500-$0.01707--$0.03787$0.00006--
2013 +$0.41760$0.20500$0.21260$0.17732--$0.24022$0.00006--
30-Dec$0.21260-$0.21260$0.09028--$0.12230$0.00002--
30-Dec$0.05500$0.05500-$0.02335--$0.03164$0.00001--
27-Sep$0.05000$0.05000-$0.02123--$0.02876$0.00001--
27-Jun$0.05000$0.05000-$0.02123--$0.02876$0.00001--
27-Mar$0.05000$0.05000-$0.02123--$0.02876$0.00001--
2012 +$0.16520$0.16520-$0.14725--$0.01418$0.00377--
28-Dec$0.05000$0.05000-$0.04457--$0.00429$0.00114--
27-Sep$0.04500$0.04500-$0.04011--$0.00386$0.00103--
30-Jun$0.04380$0.04380-$0.03904--$0.00376$0.00100--
29-Mar$0.02640$0.02640-$0.02353--$0.00227$0.00060--

(1) Future distribution dates may be amended at any time. (2) Reinvested distributions are not paid in cash but instead remain invested in the Fund. To recognize that these distributions have been allocated to investors for tax purposes the amounts of these distributions should be added to the adjusted cost base of the units held. (3) The characterization of distributions for tax purposes (such as dividends/other income/capital gains etc.) will not be known for certain until after the Fund's tax year end. Therefore investors will be informed of the characterization of the amounts distributed for tax purposes only for the entire year and not with each distribution. For tax purposes these amounts will be reported by brokers on official tax statements.

News

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Documents

22 Apr, 2020 - ETF Facts

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Proxy voting record for the most recent year:

30 Jun, 2020 - Proxy Voting Record

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