Return and Risk: What's Your Balance
Choosing your investments is a personal decision. By considering your goals, the length of time you have to invest, your desired return and your tolerance for risk, a Scotiabank advisor can help you find the right solution.
Scotiabank Money Market Fund
This fund invests in some of the safest debt securities—primarily in high quality US dollar-denominated debt securities, obligations and money market instruments with a maturity up to one year. The fund is designed to shield your capital from fluctuations in value and is ideal for short-term needs.
Scotiabank US Dollar Bond Fund
This fund invests in US dollar-denominated fixed income investments that have been issued primarily by US or Canadian governments or companies that are government guaranteed. The fund is designed to provide modest growth potential over a medium to long-term investment time frame.
Scotiabank Caribbean Income Fund
This fund invests in the US debt of Caribbean governments and corporations. The fund is designed to provide income and growth potential over the medium to long term.
Scotiabank US Growth Fund
This fund invests in US companies to capture long-term growth. By investing in the world's largest stock market, the fund can achieve broad diversification and invest in many of the world's most successful global companies.
Scotiabank Canadian Growth Fund
This fund invests primarily in the equity securities of Canadian companies, while a portion of the fund's assets may be invested in the equity securities of companies located outside of Canada. The fund's assets are diversified by company, sector and industry. The fund is designed to provide shareholders with capital appreciation over the long term.
Scotiabank Global Growth Fund
This fund invests in shares of companies around the world in a variety of countries, regions, sectors and industries. The fund is designed to capture long-term growth potential primarily in developed economies, but offers increased return potential by tapping into the growth of developing economies.