Here are these Gurus:
|Fund Name||Fund Size ($billion)||Inception Date||Fee||3-Year Performance||5-Year||10-Year|
|Leith Wheeler Canadian Equity||1.5||1994||1.57%||7.1||1||9.4|
|Mawer Canadian Equity Fund||1.26||1991||1.25||9.3||3.5||9.7|
|Mawer New Canada Fund||0.84||1988||1.47||13.4||6.3||13.4|
|Signature Select Canadian Corporate Class||1.37||2001||2.43||4.8||0.85||12.95|
|CI Can-Am Small Cap Corporate Class||0.11||1997||2.42||8.5||4.57||12.29|
|Chou RRSP Fund||0.1||1986||1.87||14.3||4.7||5.3|
As we pointed out before, Canadian funds in general charge much higher fee than U.S. Funds. Generating profitable ideas from Canadian Gurus should be more rewarding.
Unlike the US Gurus, Canadian Funds are only required to report their portfolios once every 6 months. Therefore the portfolios lags are longer than those for the US Gurus, too.
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