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Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds

Diversify your portfolio and earn higher potential returns

What is a mutual fund?

A mutual fund is a collection of investments like stocks, bonds, and other funds. It lets you pool your money together with other investors, making it easier for you to own a more diverse array of investments. The fund is professionally managed to make sure it performs well, so you don’t have to worry about buying and selling investments on your own.

You can invest in mutual funds on their own or include them as part of a registered investment, like your RRSP or TFSA.

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Benefits of mutual funds


You don’t need lots of money to start investing in mutual funds. An initial investment of $100, or $25 per month, is all you need to start growing your money.

Earn more, simply

Get the most out of your money - mutual funds aren't guaranteed, but they typically earn more than savings accounts or GICs. Plus, they’re professionally managed.


By pooling investors' money, mutual funds can buy a variety of investments. This helps offset risk - if one investment performs poorly, your loss may be limited.

Mutual funds may have more potential

Unlike savings accounts and GICs, which earn money through interest, mutual funds earn money based on the dividends, interest, and capital gains of a wide array of assets. While your principal isn’t guaranteed and returns can vary, mutual funds typically result in more growth over time.

Tip: Regular investing can help you stay on track. Set up regular automatic payments, like $25, $50, or $100 per month, to grow your money!

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Meet with us talk about your goals and start investing in mutual funds.

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Frequently asked questions

Mutual funds and other securities are offered through Aviso Wealth, a division of Aviso Financial Inc. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the prospectus before investing. Unless otherwise stated, mutual funds, other securities and cash balances are not covered by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by any other government deposit insurer that insures deposits in credit unions. Mutual funds and other securities are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.