Reduce Liquidity Premium: Invest Like The Canada Pension Plan

by Todd McLay

June 3, 2020

One of the best ways to enhance investment portfolio return is to reduce liquidity premiums.

In this video, we explain what a liquidity premium is and how it has potentially negative effects on the performance of the average retail investment portfolio.  

After all, if the largest investors and institutions in the world continue to outperform your investment portfolio, would it not be wise to consider why?  

Reducing liquidity premium is one of the most important tactics to potentially increase investment returns.


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