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Kokman
post Yesterday, 09:29 AM

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QUOTE(Mike3 @ Oct 23 2017, 09:24 AM)
Thx for the information.
Yea currently have some amount of money saved up in fd.
just started working 2 years.
am holding some small amount of shares too.

Now venturing into UT.
not sure is the correct time or not.

Im not a high risk investor nor am i a play safe investor (all fd).
i prefer medium risks
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You can consider good fixed-income mutual funds such as Affin Hwang Select Bond Fund, or Affin Hwang Select Income fund if you are of conservative type

For the equity part, you can pick those of high Sharpe Ratio, with broad and diversified exposure to various markets (US, Europe, China, etc.). Those of defensive nature such as REITs and dividend funds are good choices too

For UT investing, perseverance is very important. Buy systematically, and re-balance from time to time. Never fear a downturn, those are the time your purchase will bring greater future return

Good luck!
gu~wak_zhai
post Yesterday, 09:54 AM

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Hi all,

I have a question regarding investor status on sales charge:

*Current Holdings/Lump Sum Investment/Investment Cost of Unit Trusts, Managed Portfolios, Bonds and Cash Account

Does the current holdings include the earnings that I have made in my portfolio or just the initial investment?
gu~wak_zhai
post Yesterday, 09:58 AM

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QUOTE(Mike3 @ Oct 23 2017, 09:09 AM)
Hi guys!

Interested to invest in UT.

Probably go for higher risk one as my plan is to put 30% in FSM and 70% in fd

i wan start my account soon. maybe start with just a small amount of money.

Is this 3 ok?
trying to diversify in different market segment
1)cimb asia pacific dynamic income fund
2) cimb greater china
3) eastspring investment global emerging market
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I was in similar situation as u. Now I have transfered most of my FD monies to CMF, avg 3.3% interest credited daily. When time comes can buy funds easily.
2387581
post Yesterday, 10:06 AM

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QUOTE(puchongite @ Oct 23 2017, 08:40 AM)
Bandwidth exceeded, oh boy, that error message is bad for company image. Should display some other messages.  blink.gif
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That message is so 2000s! biggrin.gif
Kokman
post Yesterday, 10:31 AM

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QUOTE(2387581 @ Oct 23 2017, 10:06 AM)
That message is so 2000s!  biggrin.gif
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May be we can ask him to preach about frugality next time rclxm9.gif
T231H
post Yesterday, 10:33 AM

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QUOTE(Mike3 @ Oct 23 2017, 09:09 AM)
Hi guys!

Interested to invest in UT.

Probably go for higher risk one as my plan is to put 30% in FSM and 70% in fd

i wan start my account soon. maybe start with just a small amount of money.

Is this 3 ok?
trying to diversify in different market segment
1)cimb asia pacific dynamic income fund
2) cimb greater china
3) eastspring investment global emerging market
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may i suggest that you compare the countries allocations of each of the 3 funds.
you can compare them by looking at their fund factsheets.
i think the 3 fund are highly correlated/focused in one geographical area.

hmm.gif maybe you think you had 70% in FD thus can make a more focused bet with the 30% of the money.
no right or wrong....just to highlight to you...just in case you missed to notice them.
Krv23490
post Yesterday, 11:31 AM

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Wanted to top up PRS CIMB APAC but unable to receive TAC code from CIMB sad.gif
T231H
post Yesterday, 11:43 AM

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QUOTE(turtle_onrage @ Oct 20 2017, 12:16 AM)
Now that Lim Tze Cheng is no longer fund manager for IDS, is the fund still looks attractive? Or KGF is a better choice for Malaysia exposure?

Thanks!
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QUOTE(funnyface @ Oct 20 2017, 08:26 AM)
He still is  nod.gif

This name has been there since FSM introduce Interpac  laugh.gif
I believe is his subordinate  hmm.gif
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just saw this.....

Malaysia: How to Invest in this Uncertain Market?
With Wall Street getting higher and higher despite concern over sustainability of global growth and geo-political risks, Mr Lim Tze Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Inter-Pacific Asset Management Sdn Bhd will share what should investors do and how to position themselves when it comes to investing in Malaysia.

https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...er-Pacific-8979
puchongite
post Yesterday, 12:01 PM

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QUOTE(T231H @ Oct 23 2017, 11:43 AM)
just saw this.....

Malaysia: How to Invest in this Uncertain Market?
With Wall Street getting higher and higher despite concern over sustainability of global growth and geo-political risks, Mr Lim Tze Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Inter-Pacific Asset Management Sdn Bhd will share what should investors do and how to position themselves when it comes to investing in Malaysia.

https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/main/resea...er-Pacific-8979
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The seminars are going south. There is another one about China, also in Johor. LOL.
contestchris
post Yesterday, 09:29 PM

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How long does it take to receive money for selling a fund? I know it says T+4, but any chance it comes in earlier? I submit application at 1pm Monday, I assume by Friday it should be settled? Will they bank in direct to my bank account? Will that take an additional day?

Long story short, submitted a sell request on Monday 1pm, when should I receive the redeemed funds in my bank account?
woonsc
post Yesterday, 10:05 PM

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QUOTE(contestchris @ Oct 23 2017, 09:29 PM)
How long does it take to receive money for selling a fund? I know it says T+4, but any chance it comes in earlier? I submit application at 1pm Monday, I assume by Friday it should be settled? Will they bank in direct to my bank account? Will that take an additional day?

Long story short, submitted a sell request on Monday 1pm, when should I receive the redeemed funds in my bank account?
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Thursday evening bro cool2.gif
i1899
post Yesterday, 11:05 PM

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QUOTE(contestchris @ Oct 23 2017, 09:29 PM)
How long does it take to receive money for selling a fund? I know it says T+4, but any chance it comes in earlier? I submit application at 1pm Monday, I assume by Friday it should be settled? Will they bank in direct to my bank account? Will that take an additional day?

Long story short, submitted a sell request on Monday 1pm, when should I receive the redeemed funds in my bank account?
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When u submit sale order, u ll receive a mail titled 'sale of unit trust xxx', it shows u the settlement date.
U will recive the money on the settlement date.
i1899
post Yesterday, 11:05 PM

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