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Segregated Funds

Fund Facts
as at September 30, 2014

Fund Codes
ISC CIG12740
DSC CIG12840
LSC

Managed By:CI Investments Inc.
Advisors:CI Investment Consulting
Chief Investment Officer Alan Radlo
Assets Under Management*:$40.8 million
Portfolio Manager:CI Investment Consulting
Asset Class:Canadian Equity
Inception Date:September 2010
NAV:$16.81
Min. Initial Investment:$500
Subsequent Purchase(s):$100
Min. PAC Investment:$50
Management Expense Ratio:2.49%

Top Holdings
as at September 30, 2014

Cambridge Canadian Eq Corp Cl A75.79%
CI Signature Corp Bond Corp Class23.71%
Total99.50%

Volatility Meter

VOLATILITY METER: 5
Low High

Based on 3-year standard deviation relative to other funds in its category, from Globe Investor.

Equity Style and Capitalization Overview

Blend Growth Value
Large
Mid
Small

SunWise Essential CI Cambridge Canadian Equity Segregated Bundle Income Class
Guarantee Options 75% Maturity/100% Death

Objective

This fund's objective is to achieve long-term capital growth by investing, directly or indirectly, primarily in equity securities of Canadian companies. Indirect investments may include convertible securities, derivatives, equity-related securities and securities of other mutual funds. Any change to the investment objective must be approved by a majority of the votes cast by shareholders at a meeting called to consider the change.


Compound Returns and Quartile Rankings
as at September 30, 2014

This table shows the historical annual compound total return of the segregated fund compared with the Globefund Group Average and the fund's quartile ranking within the Globefund Peer Group. The returns listed below are percentages. Performance of the fund versus its official benchmark can be found in the Management Report of Fund Performance (MRFP). See the related document section on this web page.
YTD 1Mo 3Mo 1Yr 3Yr 5Yr 10Yr Since Inception*
Qrtl 1 2 3 2 1 {N/A} {N/A} {N/A}
Return 9.01 -2.1 -0.06 15.37 18.0 {N/A} {N/A} 13.72
Grp Avg 7.58 -2.17 0.07 13.78 10.16 7.14 5.63 {N/A}
*September 16, 2010

Performance Data

This chart shows you the fundīs annual performance and how an investment would have changed over time.


Current Value of a $10,000 Investment

Compare With CI Peer
Initial Investment Amount
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*For illustration purposes only. Includes mutual/pooled fund performance as indicated. Actual segregated fund performance could be expected to vary.Past results should not be constructed as being indicative of future segregated fund performance.

Asset Class as at September 30, 2014

Equity Sectors as at September 30, 2014

Geographic Composition as at September 30, 2014


Fund Advisor Profile

Cambridge Advisors is led by Alan Radlo, who has more than 25 years of investing experience and a successful track record of strong performance. Cambridge Advisors as a division of CI Investments, benefits from CI's financial strength, its administrative support and investments in technology that support Cambridge's research, portfolio management and trading operations. (Cambridge Advisors is the business name of CI Global Investments Inc.)

Commentary

As at March 31, 2014

The U.S. economy continued its recovery during the first quarter of 2014, although the abnormally cold winter somewhat retarded growth. Weather-related business interruptions weighed on corporate profits and economic indicators, prompting yields to fall on 10-year bonds in both Canada and the U.S. The Canadian economy, despite positive fundamentals, also was slowed by disappointing employment numbers and weak business spending. The global economy also felt Mother Nature's bite, but challenges in China created a bigger chill due to that country's continued slowing growth as it attempted to transition from a production to consumption economy there. Lingering sovereign debt worries, along with the Russia-Ukraine situation, held back European growth.

The U.S. dollar gained in value against the Canadian dollar and other currencies, driven by the concern about China's economy and fears of an impending debt crisis. The Canadian dollar dipped below 90 cents U.S. late in the period.

Stock markets continued their positive momentum during the quarter, although the driving forces were different from 2013. As the period began, the S&P/TSX Composite Index reversed last year's trend of under-performance against the S&P 500 Index. Both markets endured corrections in January and ended the quarter with nearly identical gains after currency conversion.

As economic conditions improve in the U.S., we should begin to see the resumption of progression toward higher interest rates. If the Chinese situation does not produce a financial shock and the rise in interest rates is gradual, with short-term rates remaining low, corporate earnings and equity values are expected to remain strong. We believe caution is needed, however, until economic data confirms that growth is resuming and China can provide assurances that their debt crisis is manageable.

Source: The Globe and Mail Inc.

Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the prospectus before investing. The indicated rates of return are the historical annual compounded total returns including changes in unit value and reinvestment of all distributions and do not take into account sales, redemption, distribution or optional charges or income taxes payable by any securityholder that would have reduced returns. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated. Performance returns for all funds are net of fees and operating expenses except for United Pools and United Corporate Class Funds which are gross of fees and net of operating expenses. Please refer to the Legal section of the website for additional information. *Assets under management are as at the end of the most recent quarter ending March 31, June 30, September 30 or December 31.


Funds mentioned at this website are available only to Canadian residents. 

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