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QUOTE(j.passing.by @ Oct 19 2017, 02:09 AM)
Do you truly understand what I meant by "ranking"?

The survey question asked to rank them in order of relevant to you. If you think 2 or 3 of them are equally relevant to you, and can't decide, then think a bit deeper and make up your mind.

Here is how I would rank them.

When choosing unit trust fund to invest, which is most relevant (or important) to me:
(1 is the most relevant while 7 is the least relevant)

1. Fund return that can meet my investment goals, not necessary the highest return 
2. High fund return (absolute & annualized)
3. Fund sales charge
4. Fund portfolio allocation (e.g. asset allocation, country allocation, etc.)
5. Fund volatility and Sharpe ratio (fund's fluctuation and excess return to risk)
6. Recommendation from friends, forum and online community and resources
7. Recommendation from unit trust agents

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This is what you said in your previous post:

"Either you adjust it or you won't have your data."

Bloody arrogant, don't you think?
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Ranking could mean from 1-7, how would you rank them individually instead of in a group. Your understanding is rank all in a group. For me, my understanding is rank them individually.

So some stuff I would like to rank only 1 (few of them) but because of the restriction, I had to rank them at 3-5. Now how honest is such answer? A survey is based on honestly. If one cannot give his or her honest answer, the survey is flawed.

Is not about arrogant. Is about giving an honest answer.

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QUOTE(David83 @ Oct 19 2017, 08:27 AM)
I got Ponzi 1.0 too which I bought it few years back.
I'm comparing AmAsia Pacific REITs - Class B (MYR) against the two funds which have roughly similar mandate.
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yea...I got Ponzi 1.0 few years back too....
was and had been a good performer in the port.
hope that the current performance is just a temporarily affair.....

GO PONZI GO GO GO
my current battle cry.

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QUOTE(yklooi @ Oct 19 2017, 08:35 AM)
yea...I got Ponzi 1.0 few years back too....
was and had been a good performer in the port.
hope that the current performance is just a temporarily affair.....

GO PONZI GO GO GO
my current battle cry.
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I think they have explained the underperformance of Ponzi 1.0
Soft closing + wrong choice of stock + too many cash holding.
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QUOTE(David83 @ Oct 19 2017, 08:39 AM)
I think they have explained the underperformance of Ponzi 1.0
Soft closing + wrong choice of stock + too many cash holding.
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that means it will be a temporarily things after having rectified those known "mistakes"?
I hope so...will see in the next six months
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QUOTE(yklooi @ Oct 19 2017, 08:48 AM)
that means it will be a temporarily things after having rectified those known "mistakes"?
I hope so...will see in the next six months
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For Ponzi 1.0 yes.
They're modifying the strategy already. Effects may come few weeks/months later.
There're 2 articles from FSM covering this fund/sector if I remembered correctly.
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QUOTE(puchongite @ Oct 17 2017, 12:18 PM)
Why ASB could perform better than epf ?

Did they overpay ? How could it be sustainable if they over pay every year ?

Or EPF just less skillful in investment ?  sweat.gif
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EPF asset allocation is a lot more conservative compared to ASB
EPF (based on memory, did not fact check) - FI 50%, properties & infra 20%, equities 30% - something like that, more like a balanced fund than an equity fund
ASB - up to 100% on local equities; although currently is about 75% local equities and another 20% in fixed income of sorts (can't see details)

So with that in mind, and ASB only makes 1-2% more than EPF, who is better?

QUOTE(MUM @ Oct 17 2017, 12:30 PM)
any rough idea why those 73% did not take up the loan offer?
btw,...did it show in CCRIS? can confirm for our knowledge benefit?
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A few reasons that I know of
1. CCRIS tak pass, debt service ratio too high hence loan won't be approved, or had bad loans previously and therefore bad credit record and bank won't extend loan to them even if it's relatively secured
2. ASB is not shariah compliant as it invests in conventional banks, so some muslims would not go for it. They may have an account in the past but may have withdrawed

QUOTE(john123x @ Oct 17 2017, 12:37 PM)
I think ASB is just a sustainable ponzi, guaranteed by givernment
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Sustainable or not, only the government knows. Gut feel is Wahid is trying to make it more sustainable and therefore does not over declare dividend just to be popular

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QUOTE(yklooi @ Oct 19 2017, 08:05 AM)
you think Amreit is bad for you?
I have both of this in my port...... cry.gif  cry.gif
but YTD Ponzi still wins...luckily for me...
will Ponzi continue to lose its magic touch?..... hmm.gif will see if I should abandon it next July.....
in the meantime will have to content with it for my portfolio's ROI drag
for newbies reading this.....got the hints?  brows.gif   innocent.gif  devil.gif
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QUOTE(David83 @ Oct 19 2017, 08:39 AM)
I think they have explained the underperformance of Ponzi 1.0
Soft closing + wrong choice of stock + too many cash holding.
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While waiting for them to correct their mistake whistling.gif

Let's ride other horsey and gallop all the way to the sunset.

They can slowly correct their mistake.... whistling.gif
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Am I seeing this but Titanic Fund is not really moving much when US market keeps on hitting or breaking all time high?
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QUOTE(David83 @ Oct 19 2017, 11:35 AM)
Am I seeing this but Titanic Fund is not really moving much when US market keeps on hitting or breaking all time high?
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Yklooi will say Algozen™ ver four did not recommend Titanic but instead said to buy TA Tech cool2.gif bruce.gif
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October is a real good month. Up up up. Those not up so much, they are at least not going down. LOL.

Portfolio record high.
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QUOTE(puchongite @ Oct 19 2017, 12:21 PM)
October is a real good month. Up up up. Those not up so much, they are at least not going down. LOL.

Portfolio record high.
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Same here + 2% for that month after 3 months of stagnation

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