Overview



 

 
Quarterly Portfolio
As at June 30, 2017
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Fund Facts
Fund Code: CDO100 / CDO103
Inception Date: March 18, 2011
Investment Type: Mutual Funds
Min Investment: $1,000
Custodian: RBC Investor Srvcs.
Administration: IAS 
Portfolio Advisor: T.I.P. Wealth Mgr. 

Dividends/Distributions:

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Investment Objectives

he investment objective of the Maple Leaf Resource
Class (*the “Fund”) is to maximize capital appreciation
by investing primarily in equity securities of natural
resource companies and companies that support
resource companies.

The fundamental investment objective of the Fund
cannot be changed without the approval of the
shareholders.  
The investment objective of the Maple Leaf Resource
Class (*the “Fund”) is to maximize capital appreciation
by investing primarily in equity securities of natural
resource companies and companies that support
resource companies.

The fundamental investment objective of the Fund
cannot be changed without the approval of the
shareholders.
The investment objective of the Maple Leaf Resource
Class (*the “Fund”) is to maximize capital appreciation
by investing primarily in equity securities of natural
resource companies and companies that support
resource companies.

The fundamental investment objective of the Fund
cannot be changed without the approval of the
shareholders.
The investment objective of the Maple Leaf Resource Class (the “Resource Fund”) is to maximize capital appreciation by investing primarily in equity securities of natural resource companies and companies that support resource companies.

 

Investment Strategy

The Fund’s portfolio will consist primarily of 
investments which generate capital gains, but will 
also include investments which generate income. 
The Fund may hold  significant cash, cash equivalents
or fixed income positions pending investment or 
when the Portfolio Manager considers it desirable. 

The Resource Fund’s portfolio will consist primarily of investments which generate capital gains, but will also include investments which generate income. The Resource Fund may hold  significant cash, cash equivalents or fixed income positions pending investment or when the Portfolio Manager considers it desirable. 

 

Investment Style

   VALUE   BLEND 
GROWTH 
  Large Cap  
   
  Mid Cap
 
 
  Small Cap
 
 
       

Risk Meter

       
Low  Low to
Medium 
 Medium  Medium
to High
 High
         



4) On January 29, 2015, the Maple Leaf Resource Class announced a capital gains dividend for the Maple Leaf Resource Class, payable January 29, 2015, in the amount of $7.56817 to shareholders of record on January 27, 2015.   Please see the January 30, 2015 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation. - See more at: http://www.mapleleaffunds.ca/MutualFund/TaxReporting/default.aspx#sthash.LRx4KFax.dpuf
To view current and past capital gains distributions or eligible dividend payments, including important disclaimers, please visit the Tax Reporting Information page. 

 

No securities regulatory authority has expressed an opinion about the merits of the shares of Maple Leaf Resource Class Funds and it is an offense to claim otherwise.  Theses Resource Funds are not registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and are sold in the United States only in reliance on exemptions from registration. 


Portfolio Manager

Jim Huang  

Jim Huang, CPA, CGA

Portfolio Manager & President
T.I.P. Wealth Manager Inc.
 
The investment portfolios of Maple Leaf Corporate Class mutual funds and Maple Leaf Short Duration Flow-Through limited partnerships are managed exclusively by Jim Huang, Portfolio Manager and President of T.I.P. Wealth Manager Inc. 

 

Resource Class Information