Why Does The Canada Pension Plan Beat Your Portfolio?

by Todd McLay

June 1, 2020

Why Does The Canada Pension Plan Beat Your Portfolio?

It still surprises us how many retail investors are still using the old 60-40 "balanced" investing methodology.  

It simply does not make sense in 2020.With institutions like the Ontario Teachers Pension, OMERS, Yale Endowment, and even our very own Canada Pension Plan vastly outperforming traditional investment portfolios, why do Canadians still continue to invest differently?

The answer at this point still appears to be aware...Advisors simply are not offering the right education and solutions to support this new paradigm shift in investing.

So we are going to launch a new video series explaining just exactly how these institutional mandates trump your current retail investor portfolios and just how any Canadian can too begin to invest in this more appropriate manner for the year we live in.


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