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(© Headshots Photography, Peter Smith 2011)
(© Headshots Photography, Peter Smith 2011)

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Q&A: A top fund manager on how to bolster your portfolio Add to ...

Alan Radlo's CI Cambridge Canadian Asset Allocation fund won Lipper Awards last week for one and three years in the tactical balanced category. For three years ending last Oct. 31, it posted an average annual return of 9.6 per cent, thanks in large part to a strategy of seeking high-yielding investments with growth potential while largely staying clear of bonds. (Read the full story here)

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He's now co-manager of the fund and it's a new year. How does he see markets performing in 2012 and what specific securities should investors turn to for growth potential?

He joined us for this live discussion on Tuesday.





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