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AIYH
post Feb 9 2017, 11:11 AM, updated 2y ago

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Fundsupermart.com (FSM) Malaysia is the online unit trust distribution arm of iFAST Capital Sdn. Bhd. ("iFAST Capital").

iFAST Capital is a holder of a Capital Markets Services Licence (CMSL) and is licensed by the Securities Commission to conduct the following regulated activities:

- To deal in unit trusts
- To offer investment advisory services
- To deal in Private Retirement Scheme

iFAST Capital is also registered with the Federation of Investment Managers Malaysia (FiMM) as an Institutional Unit Trust Adviser (IUTA).

iFAST Capital is a subsidiary of iFAST Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., which is wholly owned by iFAST Corporation Ltd. ("iFAST Corporation"). iFAST Corporation is headquartered in Singapore and the iFAST group of companies are also present in Hong Kong, Malaysia and China. The company was incorporated in Singapore on 10 January 2000.

iFAST Corporation was listed on the Singapore Exchange Mainboard in December 2014.

iFAST Corporation, via its wholly owned subsidiary iFAST Financial Pte. Ltd., is Singapore's leading online distributor of unit trusts as well as the leading operator of an investment platform for financial advisers and financial institutions. It carries the Capital Markets Services (CMS) and Financial Adviser (FA) licences issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), and is also one of three appointed Central Provident Board (CPF) Investment Administrators.

One of iFAST Corporation's shareholders is SPH AsiaOne Ltd, the Internet arm of Singapore Press Holdings, which is Singapore's largest media group. In recent years, iFAST Corporation has been expanding beyond local shores. In 2007, iFAST Corporation launched its first overseas business, Fundsupermart in Hong Kong and in 2008, it launched Fundsupermart in Malaysia. iFAST Corporation launched its office in China in 2014.

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1. Wide range of information
2. Extensive product range and value-added services
3. One of the cheapest Sales Charges in town! thumbup.gif
To keep discussions at this thread fruitful and constructive, it would be greatly appreciated that fellow investors try to look for answer to their queries at Frequently Asked Questions before posting here. icon_rolleyes.gif

And FSM has a very helpful LIVE Customer Service, MAKE FULL USE OF THEM. Look for this at FSM home page:
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What is unit trust?
Federation of Investment Managers Malaysia - ABC of Unit Trusts

Other FAQs on Fundsupermart.com and unit trust investing in general

1. NAV pricing and processing time
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2. The NAV price of the fund that I'm interested in is quite high now, should I stay away? Investment gurus always say "buy low, sell high"...
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FSM Idea Of The Week: Unit Split and High Fund Price Misconceptions [24 October 2014]
3. Common misconceptions about unit trust dividends/distributions:

(i) After dividend distribution, NAV price will go down, the fund will become cheaper.
(ii) A fund that declares dividends is better than a fund that does not, dividends are my profit, they make me richer.

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(iii) Topping up my holdings after dividend distribution pulls down my cost per unit, lower cost = higher profit.
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(iv) Distribution = Income

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4. Annual Management Charge, Trustee Fee and NAV pricing
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5. Return On Investment (ROI) vs Annualised Return, similar to Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
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Important link to v8 - The MS Excel Masterclass version!

Download here >>> Pinky's Portfolio Worksheet with IRR Calculation

Download here >>> polarzbearz's Portfolio Summary with Pinky's IRR Calculation (and here for Polarzbearz's FSM-to-Spreadsheet Conversion Tool)
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Make sure you read the instructions as many of the cells have formula in it. You can freely modify, update, or change it to suit your needs (and even share with others if you don't mind tongue.gif )

For Mac Users (credit to idyllrain):
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Performance data for most Malaysia funds (inclusive of non-FSM available funds like funds available in the respective insurance companies) (credit to dasecret) : iPortfolio

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Happy investing! rclxms.gif

Disclaimer -
I am not a UT agent, nor am I employed by FSM. All my comments here are posted in good faith and with the intention to share knowledge. I am not to be held liable for any losses that may be incurred as a result of following any advice/opinion shared here. I believe the same should be applicable for any other LYN members posting here.
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post Feb 9 2017, 11:12 AM

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Continue from FundSuperMart v17 (FSM) MY

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Ponzi 1.0 ---> Affin Hwang Select Asia (Ex Japan) Quantum Fund

Ponzi 2.0 ---> CIMB-Principal Asia Pacific Dynamic Income Fund

Evergreen Fund / Lee Sook Yee   wub.gif  wub.gif  ---> Kenanga Growth Fund

Aladdin Fund ---> Aberdeen Islamic World Equity Fund

Kap Chai Fund  ---> Eastspring Investment Small-Cap Fund

Titanic Fund  ---> CIMB-Principle Global Titan Fund

Anitamui Fund ---> Libra Asnita Bond Fund

Esther Bond / Esther Teo   wub.gif  wub.gif  ---> Affin Hwang Select Bond Fund (MYR)

Selina REIT / Selina Yong wub.gif  wub.gif  ---> AmAsia Pacific REITs - Class B (MYR) 

p/s: Reason for nickname Ponzi Because of its impressive return in short term (historical)

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post Feb 9 2017, 11:21 AM

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lol. more and more names for them funds.

btw Anita no more a darling when we got esther

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post Feb 9 2017, 11:26 AM

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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Feb 9 2017, 11:21 AM)
lol. more and more names for them funds.

btw Anita no more a darling when we got esther

Avangelice reporting in!
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Nonetheless, anita is still a good fund compared to other local bond funds. It can be a supplement for those who seek diversification into local market smile.gif
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QUOTE(AIYH @ Feb 9 2017, 11:26 AM)
Nonetheless, anita is still a good fund compared to other local bond funds. It can be a supplement for those who seek diversification into local market smile.gif
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How does Libra Asnita Bond Fund (or other bond funds) differs from Money Market Fund (Cash Mgmt Fund) ?
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QUOTE(ketnave @ Feb 9 2017, 11:35 AM)
How does Libra Asnita Bond Fund (or other bond funds) differs from Money Market Fund (Cash Mgmt Fund) ?
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Money Market Fund mainly invest in super short term maturity bonds and FD (mostly up to one year) (high liquidity and stable yield due to less risk exposure)

Whereas Fixed Income Fund can invest in varying maturity of bonds (Higher yield but take on more risk comapred to MMF depending on the type of bond invested)

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post Feb 9 2017, 11:59 AM

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Checking in

A Further 21 Great Investment Quotes
March 29, 2017
Author : AMP Capital Investors Limited
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...es-29-Mar--8166

eUT / POEMs / Phillip Mutual Berhad UT discussion, Coz' Fundsupermart not cheapo enuf'!
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4268975

polarzbear files for MAC version 32 bits and 64 bits
post# 539
https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...&#entry83747364

ranting.gif As of 8:30PM, 21 Dec 2018 we can no longer get NAV prices from the old link at https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/fundi....tpl?id=MYKNGGF This means that if you're using the old Windows or Mac versions of this spreadsheet, it will no longer retrieve the latest prices since that page is no longer there.

possible solution, check out post 15994, page 800 by Idyllrain
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+15980#entry91305801


Polarzbearz file that Can zoom in/out from YEAR down to WEEK, plus added legends to see the fund at overview chart. Values are hidden for obv reasons
page 702, post 14033
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+14020#entry89196345

Retired fund IRR troubleshooting for Polarzbearz file.....
post 7225
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+7220

https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+7440

QUOTE(idyllrain @ May 29 2017, 05:00 PM)
You can copy paste the URL in the window of the Morningstar Portfolio X-Ray into a new tab, and change the "USD" at the end of the URL address to "MYR" to make it calculate performance based on Ringgits. Then click on the PDF link to open the PDF report with the correlations and it will be in MYR.
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Post# 5088,
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+5080

where is the morning star's tool
Post# 5119, page 256
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+5120

how to get the NAVs into excel sheet....by forummer "honsiong"
page 166, post 3309
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/2064127/+3300#entry91840595


The Perils Of Forecasting And The Need For A Disciplined Investment Process
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...ss-31-May--8422

6 Steps To Fixing Your Portfolio Amidst A Market Crash December 10, 2008
Investors who suffered serious losses in their portfolios should not be panicking now. Instead, it may be a good time to re-look your portfolios and do a bit of doctoring.
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...arket-Crash-147

currency appreciation does not grow in tandem against ALL currencies....
http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1...t-tourist-stays

Here’s What You Can Do To Lock In Investment Profits [16 Jun 17]
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/fsm/articl...7-?locale=en_us

two old wives’ tales that may possibly cloud an investors’ decision
2 Big Mistakes Investors Make in Unit Trust Investments
*Unit Trusts with Lower NAVs Are Better Buys
*Frequent Dividend Declaration Indicates That the Fund Is Doing Well
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...June-2017--8510

How EPF calculates its dividend?
formula.....
page 152, post 3023
(page 151, post 3006)
EPF DIVIDEND, EPF
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/2705461/+3020

advise to newbies.....
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4344627/+0#entry85476209

To cut loss or to invest more in a dipping market depends on the.....
post 12613
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+12600

where to get the mkts PER
Post 12619
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+12600

Introduction to Portfolio Management
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/main/resea...?articleNo=4383

what is 3yrs volatility %
post# 7330
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+7320#entry85816344

Do You Really Understand Risk Diversification?
https://secure.fundsupermart.com.hk/fsm/art...ification-14649

How to measure a portfolio's Risks (youtube)
page 742, post 14821
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+14820

How Did Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) Fare Over The Past 100 Years?
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...100-Years--2069

QUOTE(walkman660 @ Oct 13 2017, 05:32 PM)
https://ufile.io/cco0j

anyone need simple version of excel file can download from the link above , pm me if have any doubt
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sample per page 452, post 9031

Sui Jau's ....
"The most important advice I would give to anyone who hasn't started (be it man or woman) and is being held back is to starting investing now, but use a small amount. Something you are comfortable with even if you suffer losses. It can be as little as one thousand dollars because that is usually all you need to start investing into a unit trust. Then, as you invest, you will see how markets and such affect your returns and you will be able to learn from your experiences without suffering too much heartache compared to if you placed your entire life savings into the market and lose half of it in a market crash. The key thing is you have to accumulate investing experience. No amount of prior reading up and accumulating of knowledge can compare with actual investing experience which can only be built up by using your own money to invest. You have to experience the emotional pull that comes from market ups and downs and learn how to handle your emotions during those times. And learning from mistakes made is the greatest teacher."

https://secure.fundsupermart.com/main/resea...SJBlog_20141031
cry.gif cry.gif to bad....the link to Sui Jau's blog in Fundsupermart SG website has ceased to function from 17 December 2018.... ranting.gif

The benefits of staying invested....
http://affinhwangam.com/benefits-of-staying-invested/

many links to articles on "rebalancing"
post# 9946
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+9940

...."do I need to report or pay tax if I earned from these investments dividends and appreciation?"
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4436982

According to the IRB, the net profit gained from the share market is taxable if the transaction is done repeatedly.
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2012...e-to-be-taxing/

Medical bills, rent and shares
https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2012...oJb2ioapQOMa.99

FSM HK/SG without opening bank a/c.....read page 551
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+11000

some forummers keep bond funds in their port for this.....post 12137
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+12120#entry88080593

how to best utilize that FI asset in the port........post 12008
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+12000

how to DIY calculate the dividend....post 12217
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4193169/+12200

to invest a little money for short term what is best?
post 1569
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/3004579/+1560#entry88150112

how to invest if you have xxxk in saving
post# 2
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4632367/+0#entry89846565

Investment is a Plan … not a Procedure or a Product
https://kclau.com/investment/investment-is-a-plan/

How do you choose from many different types of investment available in Malaysia?
https://ringgitohringgit.com/types-of-inves...le-in-malaysia/

How Good Are Unit Trusts as Investments?
https://www.fimm.com.my/pdf/seminar%20slide...Investments.pdf

some example of how bad a fund can drop in a day....page 654
https://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopi...&#entry88490028

BADDEST Year for me....2018
2018 year in review.....some details of the effect of this BAD year
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/fsmone/art...n-Review-Part-1

....see how much a fund can drop in 2018.....
"....As of 31 December 2018, there are 204 equity funds on our platform with full year return in 2018. 202 (99.0%) of the equity funds posted losses while merely 2 (1.0%) of the funds clocked positive returns......"
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/fsmone/art...erciless-Market

Out of the 764 Malaysian stocks that have a full year return for 2018, we see more than 40% of them posting losses exceeding -30% while there were only less than 20% of the listed companies delivering positive returns in 2018.
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/fsmone/art...n-Review-Part-2

Mathematical calculation to shows ASB loan is worth it.....
page 164.
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/667676/+3260#entry88820644
post 31,
https://forum.lowyat.net/topic/4621490/+20

Not Sure How To Choose A Fund?
It is without question that we always want to select the best fund for our portfolios.
In the minds of many, the “best-in-class” fund tends to be the one that can offer investors the highest returns among its peers.
....but just looking purely at returns alone, however, does not reveal much about a fund.
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/fsm/articl...-right-this-way

How to pick quality funds?
https://secure.fundsupermart.com.hk/fsm/art...ity-Funds-14724

Not Sure How To Choose A Fund? Right This Way.
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/fsm/articl...-right-this-way

3 indicators to determine the capability of a FM
https://secure.fundsupermart.com.hk/fsm/art...s-Ability-14755

Retirement investing do's and don'ts
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/retirement-i...-120101675.html

Mindsets for your investing success
https://www.thestar.com.my/business/busines...esting-success/

Are You a Myopic Investor?

The Myopic Investor
– blindsided by temporary losses, they were unable to look at the longer horizon and unable to figure out the better choice.

In 1995, Benartzi and Thaler came up with myopic loss aversion (MLA) to explain the equity premium puzzle, where the S&P 500 earned over 6 percent annually more than Treasury bills from the studied period of 1889 to 1978.
MLA combines two factors – loss aversion and mental accounting. The former is explained above, while mental accounting deals with aggregation – whether securities are evaluated individually or as a portfolio, and how often they are evaluated. They defined a myopic investor as one who frames decisions and outcomes narrowly, i.e., making short-term choices rather than adopting long-term policies, and evaluating his gains and losses frequently.
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/fsm/articl...myopic-investor

What is momentum investing?
In practice, momentum investing involves the decision of purchasing stocks that have been performing relatively stronger and selling stocks that have been performing relatively weaker. In another word, momentum investing encourages one to buy high and sell higher. In fact, the concept of momentum investing can be explained by the first law of motion discovered by Sir Issac Newton which stated that “an object at rest stay at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced form”. Similarly, in the stock market, a rising market tends to attract more buyers whereas a falling market tends to attract sellers, which can be explained by a few behavioral biases such as overconfidence and herding effect.
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...-Investing-9289

Search for the Holy Grail: Buying Low, Selling High?
Buy low and sell high. This phrase has been repeated and emphasised for ages yet it is easier said than done.
In this thought experiment, we explore the possibility of this strategy and evaluate how well it works.
https://secure.fundsupermart.com/fsm/articl...ow-selling-high

Things Investors Need To Be Cautious About
The DCA method requires investors to conduct long-term investment in a very disciplined manner and be tolerant of market fluctuations throughout the investment horizon. If an investor loses his patience and stops investing regularly or sells the assets, it will result in failure of the DCA method.
The DCA method cannot demonstrate its full effectiveness in a strong bull market. Moreover, unless the investor intends to use the DCA method for saving purpose or is short of sufficient investment capital, the method is usually not as effective when used on fixed income funds as it is on equity funds. This is because the price volatility of fixed income funds is relatively lower than that of equity funds, and in the long run, the coupon income generated from fixed income funds tends to bolster the net asset value steadily.
The DCA method offers other advantages as well. Firstly, the method can help lower the average investment cost for each unit. Even if the fund price falls below the initial subscription price, the investor's loss will still be lower compared to using the lump sum investing strategy, thus reducing the risk of capturing the wrong market timing. Secondly, the initial investment amount using the DCA method is lower than that of lump sum investing. In this way, investors can achieve both their savings and investment goals at the same time depending on their cash flow status. This method is particularly suitable for investors who tend to invest regularly with a steady income (such as a salary).

Unlocking the code of your financial freedom
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/business/busines...IJc0TbfRAvOb.99

Banks to report cash transactions above RM25k as at Jan 1, 2019
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/business/busines...6d4upPbFtXUz.99

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post Feb 9 2017, 12:25 PM

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CIMB-Principal Greater China Equity Fund RM 250.00
AmAsia Pacific REITs - Class B (MYR) RM 250.00
CIMB-Principal Asia Pacific Dynamic Income Fund RM 500.00
TA Global Technology Fund Cash Management Fund RM 200.00

My february top up
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post Feb 9 2017, 12:39 PM

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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Feb 9 2017, 11:21 AM)
lol. more and more names for them funds.

btw Anita no more a darling when we got esther

Avangelice reporting in!
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i still like RHB Islamic Bond fund.
Fund size tripled in less than a year to > RM200 mil. Guess lots of institutional investors joined in.
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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Feb 9 2017, 12:25 PM)
CIMB-Principal Greater China Equity Fund              RM 250.00 
AmAsia Pacific REITs - Class B (MYR)                       RM 250.00 
CIMB-Principal Asia Pacific Dynamic Income Fund         RM 500.00 
TA Global Technology Fund Cash Management Fund  RM 200.00

My february top up
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Cool.. using the automatic top up thing on FSM?

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QUOTE(wodenus @ Feb 9 2017, 01:06 PM)
Cool.. using the automatic top up thing on FSM?
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nope. strategic DCA. top up where ever i feel that is giving a good return. there are a few months I don't do any top up at all. keeping around 10k in case the market correction happens so I can pump in money into my portfolio
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Just read few pages back. Seem investors here avoiding Malaysia market. Maybe time to sell kenanga and eastspring small cap?

Edited: Sailang AMreits too! rclxm9.gif

This post has been edited by mois: Feb 9 2017, 02:12 PM
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post Feb 9 2017, 02:14 PM

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QUOTE(mois @ Feb 9 2017, 02:04 PM)
Just read few pages back. Seem investors here avoiding Malaysia market. Maybe time to sell kenanga and eastspring small cap?
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Where did you read this?

Also, Kenanga and Eastspring have followed the trend of FBMSCAP more than FBMKLCI so far this year based on my tracking. So don't just look at the topline performance. FBMKLCI was -2% for 2016, FBMSCAP was down by -8%. This year, it's the other way round, FBMKLCI is trailing FBMSCAP.

The one fund which actually almost mirrors the FBMSCAP performance is CIMB Small Cap Fund. But of course it leaves you very exposed especially since small caps have rallied over the past 45 days in Malaysia.

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QUOTE(mois @ Feb 9 2017, 02:04 PM)
Just read few pages back. Seem investors here avoiding Malaysia market. Maybe time to sell kenanga and eastspring small cap?

Edited: Sailang AMreits too!  rclxm9.gif
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Parking first ..FSM v18 (mesti huat)

Most of us just avoid major topping up
and dont focus on msia fund too much as lack of positive factor that making msia market look attractive. Actually most of us are collecting bullet... political factor may also another factor that i will hold, wait n see...
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QUOTE(mois @ Feb 9 2017, 02:04 PM)
Edited: Sailang AMreits too!  rclxm9.gif
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Meet Mr Harry,

He says Hi!

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QUOTE(wayne84 @ Feb 9 2017, 02:26 PM)
Parking first ..FSM v18 (mesti huat)

Most of us just avoid major topping up
and dont focus on msia fund too much as lack of positive factor that making msia market look attractive. Actually most of us are collecting bullet... political factor may also another factor that i will hold, wait n see...
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Actually I feel like sai lang into Asia Pacific ex Japan wor.... tangan darn itchy liao!

Xuzen
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QUOTE(xuzen @ Feb 9 2017, 02:37 PM)
Actually I feel like sai lang into Asia Pacific ex Japan wor.... tangan darn itchy liao!

Xuzen
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QUOTE(xuzen @ Feb 9 2017, 02:37 PM)
Actually I feel like sai lang into Asia Pacific ex Japan wor.... tangan darn itchy liao!

Xuzen
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ur Algozen say ok to sai lang ??
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QUOTE(mois @ Feb 9 2017, 02:04 PM)
Just read few pages back. Seem investors here avoiding Malaysia market. Maybe time to sell kenanga and eastspring small cap?

Edited: Sailang AMreits too!  rclxm9.gif
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QUOTE(xuzen @ Feb 9 2017, 02:36 PM)
Meet Mr Harry,

He says Hi!

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some one posted this recently.....
Are Asian REITs Still Attractive? [3 February 2017]
https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...uary-2017--7959

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