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Canadian Great Advisors Portfolios

CGAP (Canadian Great Advisors Portfolios) is a name given to 20 core portfolio strategies using enhanced indexed methodologies that provides investors portfolios with a slant towards value and small cap investing.

The portfolios use well known index funds, some of which are the leaders in their field:

  • DFA (Dimensional Fund Advisors)
  • Powershares index funds
  • i-shares ETFs
  • BMO ETFs
  • Purpose Index Funds...and more

CGAP portfolio theory is based on the highly respected research indices designed by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French.

Go ahead and Google the famous index pioneers such as Eugene Fama, Kenneth French, DFA, Robert Arnott, etc...you would need over 30 ETF type of products to do one CGAP portfolio.


Our Unique Calculator:
1927 - Current

Our likelihood calculator is based on the highly respected research designed Jim Otar and documented in his publications.

CGAP portfolios helps investors to review, compare and match their investment needs and risk with one of the 20 CGAP portfolios or create your own.

This website is different.

CGAP portfolio strategies along with independent advisors from De Thomas Financial Corp area powerful combination for providing investors top notch portfolios with total financial planning, retirement planning along with estate planning, tax planning and insurances for those investors who need our full services.

How many investment sites would re-state this infamous line:
"...Most stock pickers and market timers should go out of business - and take up a new profession like plumbing or teaching."
Paul Samelsson, Economist

Paul Anthony Samuelson was an American economist, and the first American to win the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

The Swedish Royal Academies stated, when awarding the prize, that he "has done more than any other contemporary economist to raise the level of scientific analysis in economic theory."

The New York Times considered him to be the "foremost academic economist of the 20th century."

Risk Profile Review

Once in a while, whether markets are doing really well, or are going down, you should review your risk ranking level.

Risk Questionnaire

We take a different approach to surveying your risk ranking.

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