Guardian Canadian Bond ETF
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Key reasons to invest
- A systematic approach A disciplined methodology that is designed with long-term, repeatable income generation in mind.
- Focus on quality A strong bias towards building a portfolio of high-quality fixed-income securities that aims for sustainable income and risk-conscious capital preservation.
- Risk awareness A portfolio constructed with aligned objectives that aim to balance risk, quality and the potential for added value.
In accordance with National Instrument 81-102, performance cannot be shown until one year after a fund's inception.
Disclaimer: The historical net asset value (NAV) chart above does not represent the performance of the ETF. It is shown to illustrate the daily movement of the NAV per Unit, which includes certain fees and expenses of the ETF but does not include reinvested distributions. Please note that the ETF’s Units trade on the TSX where investors will generally buy and sell the ETF’s Units at Market Price, which may be more or less than the value as the daily NAV. The NAV and the Market Price do not include any brokerage commissions or other trading fees incurred for buying or selling Units of the ETF.
As of 06/30/2021
|Ranks||Holdings||% Asset Mix|
|1||Province of Ontario||9.66|
|2||Province of British Columbia||8.44|
|3||Bank of Nova Scotia (The)||8.20|
|4||Government of Canada||6.86|
|5||Canada Housing Trust No. 1||6.51|
|6||Bank of Montreal||5.92|
|7||Province of Alberta||4.43|
|8||Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce||4.07|
|9||Province of Ontario||3.98|
|10||Bell Canada Inc.||3.42|
As of 06/30/2021
As of 06/30/2021
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Disclaimer: This distribution data is for informational purposes only and should not be construed to be tax advice. Your own tax advisor must be consulted for advice. Distributions are paid in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated. Each ETF makes distributions in accordance with the distribution policy stated in its Prospectus. Each of the ETFs has the ability to make distributions as returns of capital. The payment of distributions should not be confused with an ETF's performance, rate of return or yield. If distributions paid by the ETF are greater than the performance of the ETF, distributions paid may include a return of capital and an investor's original investment will decrease. A return of capital is not taxable to the investor, but will generally reduce the adjusted cost base of the securities held for tax purposes. If the adjusted cost base falls below zero, investors will realize capital gains equal to the amount below zero. Future distribution dates may be amended at any time. Reinvested distributions are not paid in cash but instead remain invested in the ETF. To recognize that reinvested 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. The characterization of distributions for tax purposes (such as dividends/other income/capital gains etc.) will not be known for certain until after the ETF's tax year end. Therefore investors will be informed of the tax characterization after year-end and not with each distribution. For tax purposes these amounts will be reported annually on official tax statements.