RBC U.S. Dividend Fund US$

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Brad Willock

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Investment Objective

To achieve long-term capital growth and regular dividend income. The fund invests primarily in common and preferred shares of U.S. companies with above average dividend yields.

Fund Details

Series: A
Fund Code: RBF541
Load Structure: No Load
Currency: USD
Inception Date: Aug, 2014
Series A NAV $: 20.07
Series A MER %: 2.00
Adjusted A MER %: 1.92
  • S&P 500 (US$)

  • Income Distribution: Quarterly
    Capital Gains Distribution: Annually
    Sales Status: Open
    Minimum Investment $: 500
    Subsequent Investment $: 25

    Notes: Fund's investment objective and name changed July 4, 2006 and November 28, 2011.
    This is a continuing fund resulting from a merger effective June 27, 2014.
    Growth of 10K chart not available. Please see Monthly Update PDF file.


    Performance Analysis as of  May 31, 2017

    Returns and Quartile Ranking
    Calendar Returns %

    Trailing Return %

    Portfolio Analysis

    Asset Mix

    Top Ten Holdings
    Top Ten Holdings % Assets
    Apple Inc 3.9
    Microsoft Corp 3.3
    Johnson & Johnson 3.1
    Philip Morris International Inc 2.9
    JPMorgan Chase & Co 2.8
    PepsiCo Inc 2.6
    Chevron Corp 2.4
    Bank of America Corporation 2.4
    Altria Group Inc 2.1
    Merck & Co Inc 2.0
    % Assets
    Total % of Top Ten Holdings 27.5
    Total Number of Stock Holdings 211
    Total Number of Bond Holdings 0
    Total Number of Other Holdings 3
    Total Number of Holdings 214
    Equity Style
    P/B Ratio 2.5
    P/E Ratio 18.1
    Avg. Mkt Cap. $Bil 134.8
    Global Equity Sectors
    % Equity
    Information Technology 17.8
    Financials 14.9
    Health Care 14.3
    Industrials 11.9
    Consumer Staples 11.8
    Consumer Discretionary 11.6
    Energy 6.3
    Utilities 3.6
    Materials 3.0
    Real Estate 2.8
    Telecommunications Services 2.0

    Please consult your advisor and read the prospectus or Fund Facts document before investing. There may be commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses associated with mutual fund investments. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.