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EPF members can now invest in funds that are invested 100% overseas

PETALING JAYA: Employees Provident Fund (EPF) members are now allowed to invest in unit trust funds that are fully focused on investing overseas.


Invest in unit trusts, MB urges students

Students should be encouraged to invest in low-risk unit trust funds as savings and for future academic expenditures, said Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.


EPF urged to advise contributorson unit trust’s risks

EPF contributors have been ad-vised to be cautious when investing in unit trust funds, reported i>Tamil Nesan/i>.


Let Bank Negara regulate state-run funds

State-run unit trust funds should be tightly regulated by Bank Negara to ensure they meet the aspirations of investors, Idris Haron (BN - Tangga Batu) said.


PM: We shared nation’s wealth

TAPAH: The various governmental unit trust funds have allowed the people to share the country’s wealth.


Be transparent, PM tells fund managers

Unit trust managers must be transparent and trustworthy in handling investments,and at the same time expand the many products they can offer so that the people would have more choice, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.


Value averaging method ­— antidote for investing in a volatile market?

RETAIL investors are jittery after the dizzying, volatile few weeks, which saw the wild 4-5% swings in the stock markets and the high volatility in the markets.


Tighten procedures, EPF tells unit trust managers

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has asked all 42 trust fund management institutions sanctioned by the Finance Ministry to pay more attention to EPF members' investments in trust funds.


Boosting our retirement savings

THE Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is providing members with the option and flexibility to diversify their retirement portfolio via the members investment scheme to help them meet their financial goals.


The ‘manic depressive’ market

There's no avoiding the yo-yos and mood swings, therefore, players are well-advised to use a regular and mechanical investing method and diversify the timing risk.