Solinvest Private Portfolio Beats the S&P/TSX Trend in the Last 3 Years

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Coreen Sol, CFA, attributes the excess equity returns to specific high impact variables.

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Coreen T. Sol, CFA

The most efficient, transparent and effective way to manage investments is to use a homogenous core with unique allocation for each account.

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Coreen Sol, CFA, lead portfolio manager for the Solinvest Private Portfolio has done it again. After beating the Toronto Stock Exchange Benchmark Index for the last few years, Solinvest Private Portfolio is up 8.24% Year To Date, net of all management expenses. That is compared to the S&P/TSX return of 3.6% over that same period. Previous years have produced returns of 25.4% and 37.1%, results which are 7% and 8% above the Benchmark Index.

“My investment model doesn’t just look at growing earnings but compares each company’s growth patterns to previous market cycles and peer expectations. It is an analytic horse race to me.”

Coreen maintains her investment practice out of the National Bank Financial Wealth Management office in Kelowna, British Columbia, but she personally engages with clients across the country and internationally. Coreen delivers a unique investment model where clients have direct access to a professional portfolio manager but can still enjoy the personal relationship with the steward managing their wealth.

“I developed a retail investment practice where, as a discretionary portfolio manager, I design investment portfolios for each account but the core investment strategies are homogenous. It is the most efficient, accessible, transparent and cost effective way to manage money that my analytical brain could come up with.”

Coreen has been managing investments since 1992. To find out more about the Solinvest Private Portfolio visit

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