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Your investment mix provides an overview of the investment types in your account.
Below are some examples or definition of what is included in your investment mix
This is the percentage of the investment type held in your investment account. This percentage is calculated by dividing the market value of the investment type by the account balance.
This is the total amount of units/shares you own in this fund.
This is the cost of one unit of a mutual fund.
The value of an investment or portfolio of investments at a particular point in time. This may not necessarily be today's value.
The total costs associated with the purchase of an asset.
Your current balance is the amount you originally invested and it does not include any interest accrued.
Proceeds from matured deposits1 with instructions to pay by direct deposit to account are deposited into your chequing/savings account on the maturity date but will continue to appear in your investment account balances until the end of the day at maturity. Purchases made today will appear in the investment account today but are effective as of purchase date.
A record of all the activities that has occurred in your investment account in the past 18 months.