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Sunday, October 11, 2009

PH&N Bond Fund Series D: A Best Bet Mutual Fund

Another Hoss's best bet mutual fund is The PH&N Series D bond fund. This is another fund that the Hoss and Mrs. Hoss hold in their portfolio.

The PH&N bond fund is a fixed income fund whose fundamental investment objectives are to provide relatively high yields and stability of capital by investing primarily in a well-diversified portfolio of fixed income securities issued by Canadian governments and corporations. This fund is suitable for investors with a low tolerance for risk.

According to the PH&N website, annualized compound rates of return As of September 30 2009, are as follows:

1 year 13.6%

3 years 5.3%

4 years 5%

5 years 5.7%

10 years 6.5%

As of September 30, 2009 the top ten holdings were:

Prov. of Ontario Return: 7.60% Matures: Jun 02/27 (Total % of fund 12.2%)

Prov. of Ontario Return: 4.30% Matures: Mar 08/17 (Total % of fund 4.7%)

Canada Housing Trust Return: 3.15% Matures: Jul 15/14 (Total % of fund 3.4%)

The Toronto-Dominion Bank Return: 5.38% Matures: Nov 01/12/17 (Total % of fund 3.3%)

Morgan Stanley Group Inc. Return: 4.50% Matures: Feb 23/12 (Total % of fund 2.6%)

Prov. of Ontario Return: 4.40% Matures: Jun 02/19 (Total % of fund 2.5%)

Canada Housing Trust Return: 4.10% Matures: Dec 15/18 (Total % of fund 2.3%)

The Bear Stearns Companies Inc. Return: 4.35% Matures Jul 20/12 (Total % of fund 2.1%)

Wells Fargo Financial Canada Corp Return: 5.20% Matures: Sep 13/12 (Total % of fund 2.0%)

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Return: 5.00% Matures: Sep 10/12 (Total % of fund 2.0%)

The fund pays interest dividends quarterly and capital gains (if any) yearly.

For more information on this fund visit PH&N

Stay on track,

The Hoss
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1 comment:

  1. very informative post. Thanks for sharing by the way :)


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