FOR CANADIAN REGISTERED ADVISORS ONLY
Webinar: Investment Ideas in the New Economy: Healthcare
Date: Monday, October 7, 2021
Time: 2:00pm ET
Healthcare has proven to be a reliable area for investors looking to take defensive action. In fact, the healthcare sector has outperformed the S&P 500 in the previous three recessions. The healthcare industry has remained essential in re-opening the economy.
Evolve Global Healthcare Enhanced Yield Fund (TSX: LIFE) invests in 20 of the largest global healthcare companies and has one of the lowest management fees in its category. The Fund provides investors with a healthy 7% distribution yield and uses an active covered call strategy, selling calls on up to 1/3 of the portfolio.
For more information on investing in this healthcare ETF, please contact us or join the webinar.
This presentation is CE Credit pending.
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