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caka_MY 29-12-2014, 08:53:40 AM GMT


Joined Date : 11-08-2008
Nationality : Malaysia
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princemk_MY :
Hi everybody.

I m newbie in this Sg platform. I have read the fundfactsheets and was told by an OCBC financial officer that the following were good funds that I may consider :

1. Loomis Sayles High Income Fund Sgd
2. Schroder International Selection Fund Global Corporate Bond
3. Schroder International Selection Fund Global Dividend Maximiser
4. JPMorgan Global Income Fund
5. Allianz Global igh Payout Fund
6. Allianz Income and Growth
7. Blackrock Global Multi Asset Income Fund
8. Fidelity European High Yield Fund

Any comments on these funds?

I wish to have in bond funds. appreciate advise frm all. tx


by looking at the funds that the OCBC financial officer advised, i think he/she simply gave you some &#39;dividend paying&quot; funds instead of &quot;good&quot; funds.
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princemk_MY 03-01-2015, 04:52:49 AM GMT


Joined Date : 14-12-2014
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Hello...

any investment consultant want share what to portfolio should I build?

all advise are welcome.

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NthDimensions_SG 06-01-2015, 05:13:40 PM GMT


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I am not bothering with building portfolios, it's basically an exercise in futility.

I just put all my available CPF in one basket, forget about it, check it once in a while, and every month extra dividends reinvested into units automatically.

Doing much better than 2.5% from CPF.
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oracle_MY 07-01-2015, 05:12:42 AM GMT


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hello, NthDimensions_SG

I agree with what you say if your CPF is only 2.5&#37; return........because different country give different return and need to see how is your invest strategy....

take care
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NthDimensions_SG 09-01-2015, 01:01:52 PM GMT


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oracle_MY :
hello, NthDimensions_SG

I agree with what you say if your CPF is only 2.5% return........because different country give different return and need to see how is your invest strategy....

take care


understand.
because I am using my CPF, so I am able to maximise it, previously, at around 5% p.a. since 2003, not great, but better than 2.5% and 5% is all i wanted.
(I liquidated those that gave me on-par with 5% in CPF)

admittedly, all the while I am using Unit Trusts on FSM, so I rely solely on the ability of the fund managers.

a friend doing stocks can achieve 13% p.a., but I do not have the time to do so much research work.


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oracle_MY 09-01-2015, 01:21:41 PM GMT


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Ya, stock investment have much riskier but higher return....stock trading will make some earn a lot and also will cause someone bankruptcy....

Need more research work in solely stock slection...but if invest in UT then got professional fund manager help us to manage our money.....
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