Investing in RBC Mutual Funds?

With almost $23 billion in assets, RBC Select Conservative Portfolio is one of Canada’s largest mutual funds. To project how much of this fund’s total investment return you will keep and how much will be lost in fees, go to In the example below with annual fees of 1.84%, your T-Rex Score is 49%. In other words, you would retain 49% of the total return earned over time while 51% of the return would be lost in fees. Click here for more mutual fund T-Rex Scores.

Every investor has a T-Rex Score. What’s yours?

3 thoughts on “Investing in RBC Mutual Funds?

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  • Kathryn

    Thank you for posting this, Larry. I never really understood how fees work until coming to your website. I need to get my kids’ RESP out of RBC ASAP! 😮

    • Larry Bates

      You are welcome Kathryn! If you are comfortable doing so, you may want to consider switching to a discount brokerage account. Online discount brokers (including RBC Direct Investing!) offer much lower cost investment products.


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