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Anyone here that took advantage of FSM's 0.8% SC and bought into KGF and CIMB Dynamic Asian Income Fund ?
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QUOTE(shankar_dass93 @ Jul 27 2017, 10:52 PM)
Anyone here that took advantage of FSM's 0.8% SC and bought into KGF and CIMB Dynamic Asian Income Fund ?
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me when my accounts finalizes my gaji
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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Jul 27 2017, 11:18 PM)
me when my accounts finalizes my gaji
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QUOTE(shankar_dass93 @ Jul 27 2017, 11:20 PM)
Nice!
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trying my best not to siphon all my savings into stocks and reminding myself to place some into fsm. I have been forgetting about it
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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Jul 27 2017, 11:21 PM)
trying my best not to siphon all my savings into stocks and reminding myself to place some into fsm. I have been forgetting about it
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Sweet, you went into any new counters ?

Just topped up HEIM

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QUOTE(Ramjade @ Jul 27 2017, 09:56 PM)
Well I am just giving suggestion. Those 2 are definitely better than anything public mutual can dish out. biggrin.gif
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sweat.gif sweat.gif woooi, NO Takut "they" kill you for that? biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(shankar_dass93 @ Jul 27 2017, 11:22 PM)
Sweet, you went into any new counters ?

Just topped up HEIM
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Lets not derail topic or xuzen will have my head......

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QUOTE(T231H @ Jul 27 2017, 11:28 PM)
sweat.gif  sweat.gif woooi, NO Takut "they" kill you for that? biggrin.gif
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Give me proof that public mutual can perform better than my selection (after including their fees) and my money is theirs. Simple biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(Avangelice @ Jul 27 2017, 11:29 PM)
Lets not derail topic or xuzen will have my head......

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QUOTE(rain_wolf @ Jul 26 2017, 08:45 PM)
Hey all. Newbie here, just created my FSM account. I'm planning to apply for the Regular Saving Plan (RSP). But I'm not sure which one to go with. I want to buy the CIMB-PRINCIPAL ASIA PACIFIC DYNAMIC INCOME FUND, but it's not available without putting the minimum initial investment tho. Any advice for me?
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QUOTE(rain_wolf @ Jul 27 2017, 05:17 PM)
Tbh, I can afford to buy the minimum investment of Ponzi 2.0 which is at RM500 and then topup around 200 every month.  Just want to make I'm doing the right choice as this is my first time venturing into UT. I'm also still studying, tho have some extra cash to invest.
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While I advocate not flaming, sometimes cant help it cause how idiotic some replies can be. So I want to reply to you.

While many here share on how bonds stablises the portfolio, also mean that it lowers your potential return. Lower risk, lower return, a fair trade off. But doesnt mean you really have to invest in bond fund. As long as you understand the risk, you can ignore those who say, oh, divide between equity and bond. Nobody knows which combination is better. But make informed decisions on the risk involved. Nobody knows if it is a right choice. Take with a pinch of salt of the comments here.
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CAPDIF - Fund size is 1.87 Billion, not 1.87 million

pls take note ya T231H

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QUOTE(adele123 @ Jul 28 2017, 12:56 AM)
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While I advocate not flaming, sometimes cant help it cause how idiotic some replies can be. So I want to reply to you.

While many here share on how bonds stablises the portfolio, also mean that it lowers your potential return. Lower risk, lower return, a fair trade off. But doesnt mean you really have to invest in bond fund. As long as you understand the risk, you can ignore those who say, oh, divide between equity and bond. Nobody knows which combination is better. But make informed decisions on the risk involved. Nobody knows if it is a right choice. Take with a pinch of salt of the comments here.
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If i renembered...it has been posted regarding articles on higher the bond ratio the higher the roi in a 20 yrs period at a certain time in the past....
Thus higher risk may not mean higher returns too......as shiwn it that article.
You r right......nobody knows if it is the right choice. Take it with a pinch of salt of the comment here.
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QUOTE(ganaesan @ Jul 28 2017, 02:58 AM)
CAPDIF - Fund size is 1.87 Billion, not 1.87 million

pls take note ya T231H
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What does it implies?....
Too big to moves?
If you divides the number of countries in Asia Pac it can put money into.... then it is not that big compared to some single country focus fund
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QUOTE(ganaesan @ Jul 28 2017, 02:58 AM)
CAPDIF - Fund size is 1.87 Billion, not 1.87 million

pls take note ya T231H
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Not the first time data entry problem. Report directly to FSM more efficient.
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Question is not whether you should put in bond but whether at what % of your portfolio should be bond.
You can put it at 5% which doesn't really make much of a difference.

Personally i'm now at 70% equity 15% REITS 15% bond.

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If bond cannot outperform FD, then it'll be a waste of time.
Somemore, FSM just bills me for platform fee.

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QUOTE(David83 @ Jul 28 2017, 09:21 AM)
If bond cannot outperform FD, then it'll be a waste of time.
Somemore, FSM just bills me for platform fee.
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So did your bonds outperform FD ? unsure.gif

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Sold interpac safi & dinamik on 26. On 27/7, safi fundsize dropped from 19++M to 18++M. Will interpac cont to drop? A time of test.
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QUOTE(HahaCat @ Jul 28 2017, 09:47 AM)
Sold interpac safi & dinamik on 26. On 27/7, safi fundsize dropped from 19++M to 18++M. Will interpac cont to drop? A time of test.
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Net cash the dana safi fund has to fork out is around 470k. Let's see if the fund has to force sell and affect the performance. sweat.gif
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