Fidelity Canadian Large Cap Class

Investment Strategy

Canadian Large Cap Class aims to achieve long-term capital growth. It seeks a similar return to its underlying fund, Fidelity Canadian Large Cap Fund, by investing substantially all of its assets in units of that fund.


Performance for this series is not available at this time.


Annual compound performance – as at 31-Mar-2014

  Fund Morningstar
1 month 0.67% 4 1.07%
3 month 2.65% 4 5.65%
6 month 11.20% 4 15.75%
1 year 25.87% 1 20.64%
2 year 18.69% 1 14.94%
3 year
5 year
7 year
10 year
YTD 2.65% 4 5.65%
Since Inception 20.59% 16.26%

Calendar year performance – as at 31-Mar-2014

Growth of $10,000 since inception³ – as at 31-Mar-2014

Fund risk measures

Fund risk measures not yet available

Risk measures cannot be calculated on funds that are less than three years old. This Fund does not yet meet the required criteria.

Volatility meter

A fund’s volatility is determined using a statistical measure called “standard deviation". Standard deviation measures the amount of variability of returns that has historically occurred relative to the average return. The higher the standard deviation of a fund, the greater the range of returns it has experienced in the past. Other types of risk, both measurable and non-measurable, exist. In addition, just as historical performance may not be indicative of future returns, a fund’s historical volatility may not be indicative of its future volatility.

Fund facts

NAVPU – Series B

$16.01 – as at 17-Apr-2014

NAVPU – Series B

$14.54 – as at 17-Apr-2014

Series inception date



Fund benchmark

70% S&P/TSX 60 Capped Index and 30% S&P 500 Index

Fund aggregate assets (all series)

$548.2 million
as at 31-Mar-2014

Management expense ratio - Series B

2.37% – as at 30-Nov-2013

Quarterly Top Ten Holdings
Shoppers Drug Mart  
LSI Corp.  
Imperial Tobacco Group  
Imperial Oil  
Fairfax Financial Holdings, Sub Vtg  
Total number of holdings 55
Top 10 holdings aggregate 49.3%
Allocation to funds

Asset mix

Sector mix