First Asset Canadian Dividend Low Volatility Index ETF
First Asset Canadian Dividend Low Volatility Index ETF (the "Fund") provides investors with exposure to a select group of 20 Canadian equity securities that exhibit low beta (low sensitivity to market fluctuations) and high dividend yield characteristics. The Fund has been designed to replicate the performance of the CIBC Canadian Dividend Low Volatility Index, which uses a proprietary rules-based methodology to select constituent securities from those trading on the TSX that meet minimum market cap and average daily volume thresholds. Securities will be equally weighted and rebalanced quarterly.
|As at: 30 Nov 2017 - Benchmark: S&P/TSX Composite Index (Total Return)|
As at 30 November 2017
*As a percent of invested assets
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.
|Number of Securities||20|
|As at 30 Nov, 2017|
Index Risk Return Measures
|Time period: 01/5/2005 to 11/30/2017||Index||Benchmark|
|Return (% annualized)||9.04||7.53|
|As at 30 Nov, 2017|
Index: CIBC Canadian Dividend Low Volatility Index
Benchmark: S&P/TSX Composite TR Index
Twelve month-trailing distribution yield: 3.51%
|FDL||Total||Cash||Reinvested||Eligible dividends||Non eligible dividends||Other income||Capital Gains||Return of capital||Foreign Income||Foreign tax paid|
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