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Davidtcf
post Jun 1 2022, 03:15 PM

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QUOTE(hedfi @ Jun 1 2022, 02:40 PM)
Used to send to IBKR 044000804 but now it's 021000021 - from Wise. Old was 2-3 working days and fund available, new is 4-5 working days. Sent from Wise on 24th May, IBKR receive on 25th and available only on 1st June but till now still on hold. Been funding IBKR for about a year, no such delay

Contacted their CS but no reply. It seems it's their SOP for fund transfer if you read their FAQ
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Mine still the old routing number when I check at IBKR:

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Hmm maybe some users migrated to new routing number.
Wait it out a bit and see.

I logged ticket to IBKR before as there was once I waited 3 working days for my funds to appear (Sat Sun, non working days not included as part of calculation). They weren’t helpful and just ask me use Bank Wire next time.

Btw Monday was public holiday in US.. could explain the delay.

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post Jun 1 2022, 03:35 PM

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I'll send a small amount to the old account to see if it still works. Old bank account number is our IBKR account number plus 4 digita in front but new is completely different, no IBKR account number in bank account
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post Jun 1 2022, 06:28 PM

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QUOTE(Davidtcf @ Jun 1 2022, 03:15 PM)
Mine still the old routing number when I check at IBKR:

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Hmm maybe some users migrated to new routing number.
Wait it out a bit and see.

I logged ticket to IBKR before as there was once I waited 3 working days for my funds to appear (Sat Sun, non working days not included as part of calculation). They weren’t helpful and just ask me use Bank Wire next time.

Btw Monday was public holiday in US.. could explain the delay.
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Just received mine today at 6pm ish.
It always clear around 6pm for me
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post Jun 2 2022, 11:42 AM

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While looking for "free" FT subscription (feels uneasy not reading FT... too used to these business news), I accidentally came across this browser plugin. https://github.com/iamadamdev/bypass-paywalls-chrome

Tested on FT and it works. tongue.gif (Scanned the zip file with Malwarebytes and uploaded it to VirusTotal for check, no malware found)

Now you can read any FT stuffs you like. Sounds illegal though. Use it at your own risk.

You can buy the same paper which costs RM 11.50 a day (circa. RM 300 a month.) smile.gif

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An example PDF from the page:

Private equity: Amundi warns that parts of private equity market resemble ‘Ponzi schemes’

PE funds are selling assets to each other in ‘circular’ fashion, asset manager’s investment chief says

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Vm0ZYIcOm0...iew?usp=sharing



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jhlou
post Jun 2 2022, 11:44 AM

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QUOTE(esyap @ May 31 2022, 09:08 PM)
Hi Guys, I have tried without success to set my 'Pre-set' Buy/Sell Stock Order to '1 share' size quantity but it keeps changing back to '100 share' as the default for both the IB APP and TWS. In the APP, I click (Trade Setting) (Stocks) (Quantity) (change to 1), the moment I logout and login, it changed back to '100 shares' as default Order quantity. Same goes to my TWS, I click (Global Configuration) (Preset)(Stock)(Quantity)(Change to 1 share)(Apply)(OK)(Save Settings) and again once I logout and login again it change to '100 shares' as default order quantity. I problem occurred few weeks ago. Previously, default Order quantity has always be '1 share'. Am I missing something here? Thanks for any input.
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Same. Annoying bug.
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post Jun 2 2022, 12:29 PM

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WTA, thinking of dabbling in Japanese stocks, IBKR can? Any advise?
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post Jun 2 2022, 01:40 PM

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QUOTE(cablesguy @ Jun 2 2022, 12:29 PM)
WTA, thinking of dabbling in Japanese stocks, IBKR can? Any advise?
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Can.
https://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/index...p?f=1562&p=asia
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post Jun 2 2022, 01:52 PM

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QUOTE(Ramjade @ Jun 2 2022, 01:40 PM)
Thanks 👍
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post Jun 2 2022, 02:23 PM

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QUOTE(cablesguy @ Jun 2 2022, 12:29 PM)
WTA, thinking of dabbling in Japanese stocks, IBKR can? Any advise?
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Which Japanese counters are you looking at?
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post Jun 2 2022, 05:11 PM

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QUOTE(TOS @ Jun 2 2022, 02:23 PM)
Which Japanese counters are you looking at?
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Any recommendations?
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post Jun 2 2022, 08:57 PM

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QUOTE(cablesguy @ Jun 2 2022, 05:11 PM)
Any recommendations?
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I haven't looked into detailed analysis yet. But Japan Inc. is a different beast. Corporate Japan's culture is different from US or Europe.

I usually take cue from ASNB/PNB. I mentioned a few counters to dwRK last time, here is the full list of ASNB's Japanese counters, arranged from largest to smallest (as % of total NAV)

ASM 1 as of 31st March 2021: Kao, Unicharm, Hoya, Fanuc, Murata Manufacturing, Daiwa House Industry, TDK Corp, M3, Astellas Pharma

ASM 2 as of 31st August 2021: Fast Retailling, Kao, Fanuc, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Murata Manufacturing, M3, Daiwa House Industry

ASM 3 as of 31st September 2021: Fanuc, Fast Retalling, M3, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Nidec, Nintendo, Hoya, Daiwa House Industry, Kao

You should be able to get something from here. smile.gif

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post Jun 2 2022, 09:45 PM

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QUOTE(TOS @ Jun 2 2022, 08:57 PM)
I haven't looked into detailed analysis yet. But Japan Inc. is a different beast. Corporate Japan's culture is different from US or Europe.

I usually take cue from ASNB/PNB. I mentioned a few counters to dwRK last time, here is the full list of ASNB's Japanese counters, arranged from largest to smallest (as % of total NAV)

ASM 1 as of 31st March 2021: Kao, Unicharm, Hoya, Fanuc, Murata Manufacturing, Daiwa House Industry, TDK Corp, M3, Astellas Pharma

ASM 2 as of 31st August 2021: Fast Retailling, Kao, Fanuc, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Murata Manufacturing, M3, Daiwa House Industry

ASM 3 as of 31st September 2021: Fanuc, Fast Retalling, M3, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Nidec, Nintendo, Hoya, Daiwa House Industry, Kao

You should be able to get something from here. smile.gif
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Ha2 ya, just thought look see and survey, I dont see many here looking at Japanese exchange so a little curious. Thanks icon_rolleyes.gif
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post Jun 2 2022, 10:03 PM

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QUOTE(TOS @ Jun 2 2022, 08:57 PM)
I haven't looked into detailed analysis yet. But Japan Inc. is a different beast. Corporate Japan's culture is different from US or Europe.

I usually take cue from ASNB/PNB. I mentioned a few counters to dwRK last time, here is the full list of ASNB's Japanese counters, arranged from largest to smallest (as % of total NAV)

ASM 1 as of 31st March 2021: Kao, Unicharm, Hoya, Fanuc, Murata Manufacturing, Daiwa House Industry, TDK Corp, M3, Astellas Pharma

ASM 2 as of 31st August 2021: Fast Retailling, Kao, Fanuc, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Murata Manufacturing, M3, Daiwa House Industry

ASM 3 as of 31st September 2021: Fanuc, Fast Retalling, M3, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Nidec, Nintendo, Hoya, Daiwa House Industry, Kao

You should be able to get something from here. smile.gif
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Hoya and Daiwa seems interesting. 👀
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post Jun 3 2022, 08:58 AM

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Hmm anyone managed to login IBKR? I got internal server error over here

Edited: It's ok can login now.

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post Jun 3 2022, 09:46 AM

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QUOTE(Davidtcf @ Jun 1 2022, 03:15 PM)
Mine still the old routing number when I check at IBKR:

Hmm maybe some users migrated to new routing number.
Wait it out a bit and see.

I logged ticket to IBKR before as there was once I waited 3 working days for my funds to appear (Sat Sun, non working days not included as part of calculation). They weren’t helpful and just ask me use Bank Wire next time.

Btw Monday was public holiday in US.. could explain the delay.
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Still same routing number as i just did the transfer yesterday morning. Just login today to check, seems not in yet so i shall wait till next Monday then. God know i'm gonna throw in more money so purposely pump the stock price so when i buy it dip again.
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post Jun 3 2022, 10:27 AM

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QUOTE(cablesguy @ Jun 2 2022, 09:45 PM)
Ha2 ya, just thought look see and survey, I dont see many here looking at Japanese exchange so a little curious. Thanks  icon_rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE(TOS @ Jun 2 2022, 08:57 PM)
I haven't looked into detailed analysis yet. But Japan Inc. is a different beast. Corporate Japan's culture is different from US or Europe.

I usually take cue from ASNB/PNB. I mentioned a few counters to dwRK last time, here is the full list of ASNB's Japanese counters, arranged from largest to smallest (as % of total NAV)

ASM 1 as of 31st March 2021: Kao, Unicharm, Hoya, Fanuc, Murata Manufacturing, Daiwa House Industry, TDK Corp, M3, Astellas Pharma

ASM 2 as of 31st August 2021: Fast Retailling, Kao, Fanuc, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Murata Manufacturing, M3, Daiwa House Industry

ASM 3 as of 31st September 2021: Fanuc, Fast Retalling, M3, Shin-Etsu Chemical, Nidec, Nintendo, Hoya, Daiwa House Industry, Kao

You should be able to get something from here. smile.gif
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once in a while i glance at nikkei... biggrin.gif

main issue is jpy has dropped ~20% against myr, and may go down more... so even if the market is ok/up... you may still lose... wink.gif

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post Jun 3 2022, 04:22 PM

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QUOTE(dwRK @ Jun 3 2022, 10:27 AM)
once in a while i glance at nikkei... biggrin.gif

main issue is jpy has dropped ~20% against myr, and may go down more... so even if the market is ok/up... you may still lose... wink.gif
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Ya thanks for the heads up bro thumbsup.gif , am aware of that double edged sword factor, look see first before stepping my toe in biggrin.gif
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post Jun 3 2022, 09:45 PM

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The full ASM 1 Equity List (as of 1st April 2022) is emailed to me today. I have done some extra furnishing and obtain this Excel file.

Have fun picking stocks. tongue.gif

I saw Meiji Holdings as part of ASM 1's portfolio. Meiji is the world's 4th largest confectionary company and it's Japanese. (Looking at Hershey's too, not part of ASM 1's holdings.)

Attached File  Senarai_Pelaburan_ASM_as_of_1st_April_2022.zip ( 19.71k ) Number of downloads: 16


*Lowyat does not allow me to upload .xlsx files directly, so I zipped the file. Unzip it to obtain the excel file. The "Nobartis AG-REG" entry should be "Novartis AG-REG" as I could not find a company named Nobartis AG. Most likely a typo.

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post Jun 4 2022, 11:50 AM

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Any Engie shareholder here?

Engie has been part of ASNB fund holdings for some time. The French utility giant pays an impressive 7% p.a. dividend yield and will pay bonus dividends of 10% on top of that for those indirectly or directly registered shares with holding periods > 2 years.

https://www.engie.com/sites/default/files/a...ion_2019-va.pdf
https://www.engie.com/en/shareholder-area/b...ing-shareholder
https://www.engie.com/en/finance-area
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engie

Even without that 10% bonus, in low-interest-rate Europe, the 6.8% p.a. dividend yield looks tempting.

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post Jun 4 2022, 10:30 PM

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Been using ibkr for a while,

Pros
1)Fast executions ,one click you are done smile.gif
2)withdrawal very fast
Applied wd at 9am malaysia time
6pm already clear

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