RBC U.S. Dividend Fund

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Brad Willock

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Investment Objective

To achieve long-term capital growth and regular dividend income by investing primarily in common and preferred securities of U.S. companies with above average dividend yields.

Fund Details

Series: A
Fund Code: RBF590
Load Structure: No Load
Currency: CAD
Inception Date: Jul, 2006
Series A NAV $: 28.65
Series A MER %: 1.93
  • S&P 500 (C$)

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

    Notes: Fund's investment objective changed effective November 28, 2011.
    This is a continuing fund resulting from a merger effective June 27, 2014.


    Performance Analysis as of  March 31, 2019

    Growth of $10,000

    Returns and Quartile Ranking
    Calendar Returns %

    Trailing Return %

    Portfolio Analysis

    Asset Mix

    Top Ten Holdings
    Top Ten Holdings % Assets
    Microsoft Corp 5.7
    Apple Inc 3.4
    Cisco Systems Inc 3.3
    JPMorgan Chase & Co 2.8
    Broadcom Inc 2.8
    Bank of America Corporation 2.7
    Intel Corp 2.7
    Texas Instruments Inc 2.5
    UnitedHealth Group Inc 2.3
    Altria Group Inc 2.2
    % Assets
    Total % of Top Ten Holdings 30.2
    Total Number of Stock Holdings 192
    Total Number of Bond Holdings 0
    Total Number of Other Holdings 4
    Total Number of Holdings 196
    Equity Style
    P/B Ratio 3.1
    P/E Ratio 16.0
    Avg. Mkt Cap. $Bil 180.8
    Global Equity Sectors
    % Equity
    Information Technology 28.1
    Health Care 17.8
    Financials 11.1
    Consumer Staples 8.9
    Consumer Discretionary 8.0
    Industrials 7.2
    Energy 5.6
    Real Estate 5.1
    Utilities 4.0
    Telecommunications Services 3.2
    Materials 1.0

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