Efficient portfolio Management An Optimal Portfolio is one that provides the greatest return for a specified level of risk. Conversely, an optimal portfolio could ASSET MANAGEMENT proGrAM also provide the lowest risk for a given expected return. The range of optimal portfolios collectively fall on an Efficient Frontier, which shows a range of portfolios maximizing the risk-return tradeoff. QFM Money Market Fund 15% 25% 25% 20% 20% 5% QFM Fixed inCoMe Fund 15% 5% QFM StruCtured yield Fund 25% 75% QFM Global eQuity Fund 55% 10% 30% 55% High Long-Term 10% QFM Global SeCtor tarGet Fund Growth Growth Growth portfolio 50% portfolio portfolio 45% 5% Balanced 15% Growth 35% portfolio 40% Moderate Growth return 5% portfolio 20% 35% Income and 35% Growth portfolio 10% 25% Balanced 25% Income portfolio The Asset Management Program provides a choice of nine portfo- 40% lios offering a range of potential return outcomes at different levels 25% Diversified of expected risk. Income 15% One of the principal tenets of finance theory is that portfolio risk 15% portfolio increases return expectations. Finding the portfolio which matches your risk and return profile is the one of the most important deci- 25% Income sions in the investment process. portfolio 45% risk Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments and the use of an asset allocation service. Please consult your financial advisor and read the QFM Funds Simplified Prospectus available at www.qtradefunds.ca before investing. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.
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