Are your EPF savings enough to sustain your retirement? In any case, it doesn’t hurt to supplement your savings, and one such fund that could help you do that is the Private Retirement Scheme. Datuk Zaiton Hassan, Chairman of the Private Pension Administrator Malaysia, answers some pertinent questions about PRS and saving for retirement.
Where and how do you begin investing in unit trusts? Making that first step on the road to investing can be daunting for some. In this fourth episode of the InvestSmart Series, Salmah Mydin from the Securities Commission shares some tips on selecting the unit trust that’s just for you. […]
Unit trusts offer a convenient and cost-efficient way to diversify investments. However, it’s important to have the right people to manage your funds and to understand the associated risks of the investment.
In the third episode of the InvestSmart series, BFM speaks to Stephanie Yew, Deputy General Manager of the Securities Commission Malaysia on useful tips for investing in unit trust funds.
Property is a popular form of investment, but should you put all your eggs in one basket? In the second episode of the InvestSmart Series, Linnet Lee from the Financial Planning Association of Malaysia shares about diversification and the range of investment options available.
You may already have a retirement plan in place, but will it be sufficient to last you for the duration of your retirement? In the first episode of the InvestSmart Series, Securities Commission’s Khairul Ridzwan Abdul Kuddus shares how to enhance your existing retirement plan.
Investing is known to be an adventure that is filled with risks. However, the type of investment you choose will determine the degree of risk that is involved. Thus, before we invest in any funds, we should be very clear of the potential risks involved.
There are many types of funds that can satisfy the needs of different investors, i.e. Equity Unit Trust Fund, Bond / Fixed Income Funds, Balanced Funds, Money Market Funds, Capital Guaranteed Funds, etc.
You don’t need to “sacrifice” hundreds of thousands of Ringgit upfront to earn healthy returns. We have talked about this before – you can indeed start with just RM1,000. Now, we’re going to help take your RM1,000 to the next level and maximise your investment capital, by eliminate cost, ringgit cost averaging and invest for the long-term