Benjamin Gossack, CFA

Portfolio Manager, Fundamental Equities,

TD Asset Management Inc.

About Benjamin

Benjamin is Lead Manager for the TD Tactical Monthly Income Fund, TD North American Dividend Fund, TD North American Dividend Model, TD Balanced Growth Fund, TD Diversified Monthly Income Fund, TD Active Global Enhanced Dividend ETF (TGED), and TD Active U.S. Enhanced Dividend ETF (TUED). He is Co-Manager for the TD Global Equity Focused Fund, TD Global Tactical Monthly Income Fund, TD U.S. Dividend Growth Fund, TD U.S. Dividend Model, TD U.S. Monthly Income Fund, TD U.S. Equity Focused Fund, PIC North American Blue Chip Model, TD North American Sustainability Leadership Model, TD North American Sustainability Balanced Fund, and the TD North American Sustainability Equity Fund. He previously held Primary Analyst responsibilities for the global banking, global technology, global media, and global telecom sectors. Benjamin started his career at the company as a member of the Derivatives Team, where his responsibilities included portfolio management and research for derivative-based portfolios and passive strategies. Prior to joining the firm, he spent five years as an Engineering Analyst in the Aerospace industry. Benjamin holds a B.A.Sc. from the University of Toronto and an MBA from Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.

Benjamin's Videos

Investors looking to maximize yield on their investments often look to covered call or enhanced yield ETFs in a low interest rate, high volatility, or low growth environment. In fact, these strategies have historically been shown to outperform the broad market during periods of weakness or consolidation and many boast attractive yields to lure investors. However, not all covered call ETFs are created equal and it is important to look under the hood when investing in these products. Maximizing yield above all other considerations may come at a significant cost that many investors may be unfamiliar with.

When the Bank of Canada dropped interest rates to 0.25% in 2009, it was supposed to be a temporary post-recession stimulus measure. But here we are, on the doorstep of 2021, and still facing low yields. What are the options for investors seeking income? Moderated by Sandra Martin, editor-in-chief of MoneySense, this session gives you access to experts from Horizons, Mackenzie Investments, and TD Asset Management.
Finding income in today's investment landscape has become more important than ever. With government rates at historic lows and looking to be lower for longer. Join Benjamin Gossack, lead portfolio manager of TGED and TUED ETFs, to discuss how he is using a proprietary active approach to enhance income using options.