Asset-class diversity is a basic and important investment strategy: by holding a variety of asset classes, you reduce your dependence on a single market or financial product. If the stock market experiences a slowdown for example, a portfolio containing equities and bonds and money market instruments will not be hit as hard as a portfolio that consists entirely of equities.

Your portfolio should contain the main asset classes, specifically cash assets, fixed-income investments and growth equities in proportion to your investor profile.

Click on your investor profile below to recap the main characteristics of your portfolio and optimum diversification by type of investment (PDF documents).

If you don't know your investor profile or if you think your profile may have changed, redo the Personalized Investment Plan (PIP).

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