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WE highlighted two weeks ago that portfolio optimisation can be perceived as the #8220;free lunch in investments,#8221; as you gain additional expected returns without taking on more risk or by minimising risk for a given level of expected returns. In order to fully appreciate the optimisation concept, investors need to be familiar with concepts such as risk or volatility and risk-adjusted returns, asset correlation and the efficient frontier.
SYARIAH funds should not be sidelined and perceived by investors as generating lower returns than conventional unit trust funds which are mainly equity-based, according to Pacific Mutual Fund Bhd chief executive officer Michael Auyeung.
COMMERCE Trust Sdn Bhd expects its newly launched I>syariah /I>compliant fund called Lifetime Dana Barakah to bring total funds under its Islamic-based unit trust schemes to close to RM100mil by end of this year.
ONE of the fundamental axioms of economics is that #147;there is no free lunch#148;. Don#146;t believe the hype #150; this is not entirely true when it comes to investing. We can still get our free lunch if we would just plan our investment carefully and allow our money to work harder.
IT has been three years since index constructor Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) announced that it would adjust its equity indices so as to take into account free float levels. Back then, there was some hand wringing among our stock market players over the possibility of Malaysia suffering an exodus of foreign funds.a href=http://biz.thestar.com.my/bizweek/>LI>B>For the full Bizweek reports click here/B>/a>