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Terima Kasih popcorn88 atas respon yang diberi. Kami akan sediakan guide untuk feature yang ada satu demi satu secara berperingkat bagi memberi ruang perbincangan di antara setiap satu guide.

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Yes..bg sy yg baru nak start, guide utk step tu sgt diperlukan..
Terima Kasih popcorn88 atas respon yang diberi. Kami akan sediakan guide untuk feature yang ada satu demi satu secara berperingkat bagi memberi ruang perbincangan di antara setiap satu guide.
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Default Cara penggunaan fund selector

CARA PENGGUNAAN FUND SELECTOR

Laman web: https://www.fundsupermart.com.my

Pada laman utama, tunjukkan mouse anda pada FUNDS INFO >> Funds Selector.



ATAU
Scroll ke bawah pada laman utama, anda juga akan jumpa Funds Selector



Fund Managers : Kami mempunyai 32 Fund Houses dengan keseluruhan melebihi 400 dana.

Private Retirement Schemes (PRS) Providers: Terdapat 7 Pembekal PRS dalam platfom FSM.

Risk Ratings: 0-10, Tahap risiko kami ditetapkan seperti rajah di bawah.



Main Categories: Pilih antara kelas aset yang ada (Equity / Balanced / Fixed Income / Mixed Asset / Alternative Investment).

Specialist Sectors: Shortlist mengikut sector yang diinginkan.

Geographical Sectors: Shortlist mengikut pasaran (Asia / Dunia / Tempatan / Mengikut Negara).

EPF Approved Funds: Pilih Yes/No untuk filter dana yang diluluskan oleh EPF.

Income Distribution Funds: Filter dana yang memberi “income distribution”.

Funds with redemption fee: Filter dana yang mempunyai bayaran ketika tebus / jual dana.

Funds with platform fee: Bayaran platform (Hanya untuk dana pendapatan tetap / fixed income / Bond Fund sahaja).

Currency: Pilih mata wang

Shariah Compliant Funds: Pilih Yes/No untuk filter dana yang patuh Shariah.

Wholesale Funds: Dana borong

Contohnya; kita ingin mencari dana ekuiti yang melabur dalam pasaran Malaysia yang patuh Shariah.



Klik Generate Table selepas memilih ciri-ciri dana seperti di atas.



Anda boleh klik symbol seperti di atas untuk susun funds performance mengikut urutan tinggi -> rendah untuk tempoh masa yang anda inginkan (YTD, 1 week, 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, 1 year, 2 year, 3 year, 5 year, 10 year).

YTD: Year-to-date adalah bacaan pulangan bermula daripada 1 haribukan January tahun ini.

Harap membantu!

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Perbandingan antara setiap "bearish market" sejak 90'an sehingga yang terkini. Apakah tindakan kita sebagai pelabur?

Kajian daripada Research team FSM.

https://www.fundsupermart.com.my/mai...certainty-9473
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Default Fund Watch-List

Fund Watch-List


FSM Fund Watch List berfungsi untuk memantau pergerakan dana-dana yang anda rasa berpotensi dalam satu table tanpa perlu pantau satu persatu.

Ini merupakan contoh Fund Watch List di mana daripada rajah ini anda boleh terus bandingkan prestasi dana dan juga prestasi dana bermula daripada tarikh anda track dana tersebut (Return since tracking date).

Cara untuk memasukkan dana pilihan anda ke dalam Fund Watch List


1. Masuk ke dalam page Factsheets dana tersebut >> Klik Add to Fund Watch.



2. Terus masuk ke Fund Watch List.
MY INVESTMENT >> Fund Watch List



Di bawah jadual anda boleh klik Add into Fund Watch.



Pilih nama dana yang anda ingin masukkan ke dalam Fund Watch.

Cara Mengeluarkan Dana daripada Watchlist




Untuk mengeluarkan dana daripada Fund Watch, klik pada dana yang ingin dibuang dan klik Remove from Fund Watch.

Tracking Notification


Selain itu, Fund Watch List juga mempunyai fungsi “Tracking Notification” yang membolehkan anda untuk menetapkan harga siling (Ceiling Price) dan harga lantai (Floor Price) yang anda ingin pantau.

Sekiranya harga NAV dana mencapai harga yang ditetapkan, anda akan menerima pemberitahuan melalui email.





Seperti sedia maklum, unit trust merupakan pelaburan jangka masa panjang dan bukan lah pelaburan yang memerlukan pemantauan 24/7.

Fungsi ini amat berguna bagi membolehkan anda mengetahui pergerakan harga sebelum membuat sebarang keputusan untuk sama ada menambah pelaburan, mengambil keuntungan mahupun mengeluarkan pelaburan.
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Default Malaysia General Election 14 – A Surprising Pakatan Harapan’s Victory

Welcome back from a long holiday, Malaysians.

The 93-year old, Malaysia’s longest-serving former prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has successfully staged a stunning return to power after defeating Barisan National, ending its sixty years grip on power. In fact, after securing the victory in GE-14 against his political coalition, Tun Mahathir is poised to be the oldest prime minister in the world.

At the point of writing, Malaysia equity market as represented by FBMKLCI Index posted about -2% of intraday losses. As mentioned in the previous write-up, the plunge in the local equity market is unavoidable especially within the government-linked companies as the election result came in surprisingly for most of the market participants.

Positive Impact

Prior to GE-14, the opposition coalition, Pakatan Harapan (PH) has unveiled their manifesto with the theme of “Rebuilding The Nation, Fulfilling Dreams”. The election manifesto includes 60 pledges which divided into 5 thrusts, mainly aiming to ease the cost of living for people, to reform the administrative and political institutions, to improve the fair and equitable economic growth, to restore the status of Sabah and Sarawak in accordance to Malaysia Agreement 1963 and to build Malaysia as a country that is inclusive, moderate and excellent at the global stage.

With the highest number of promises mentioning in the second thrust – reform the nation’s administration and politics, it is deemed as the most prominent one in order to ensure a more transparent and efficient government structure. Hence, if all the pledges such as to limit the term and power of a prime minister, to separate the powers of the public prosecutor from the Attorney-General’s (AG) Chambers and to upgrade the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to be recognised under the Federal Constitution, are able to be implemented, we might see a stronger governance and better transparency that are essential to result in stronger economy.

The local private consumption which remains as the backbone of the economy is likely to receive a boost from several manifesto promises such as to abolish the two-year old GST, reintroduce petrol subsidy for low income earner, to abolish highway tolls, to raise and standardize minimum wages in both east and west Malaysia. Hence, given the improving consumer confidence as well as the several promises from the new government, the local private consumption is expected to remain robust in 2018 and the consumer sector is likely to be one of the biggest beneficiaries.

Negative Impact

On the flip side, this also means that the government spending is likely to increase sharply this year which would translate into higher budget deficit. Therefore, given the current high level of public debt (more than 50% of our country’s GDP), we would witness a certain level of selling pressure in the sovereign debt market.

On top of that, as mentioned by the PH, they will review all the major public projects, hence there is a possibility that some of these government-funded construction projects could be put on review while some businesses might delay their investment until greater clarity which would translate into lower private investment and a sluggish construction activity. In any case, the impact is likely to be only temporary where the construction activity and private investment is expected to pick up momentum in the following years. In fact, we believe that the robust private consumption could offset the temporary slowdown in the private investment.

Conclusion

All in all, we are likely to see a higher volatility in equity market in the short term. Although it would be extremely difficult to predict the severity of the market sell-off especially by the foreign investors, in our view, we do not foresee any significant impact on the local equity market given the expectation that the current solid economic fundamental will remain unchanged and Pakatan Harapan’s victory might bring upon fresh policies to ensure a more prudent government spending and more transparency which will eventually result in a stronger economy.

On top of that, with the current efficiency in the new government in setting up the cabinet and forming the special advisory council that consists of eminent Malaysians – the former finance minister Daim Zainuddin, former Bank Negara governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz, former Petronas president Mohd Hassan Merican, tycoon Robert Kuok, and economist Jomo Kwame Sundaram, we believe it would help to restore market confidence and will be a positive factor for the country growth over the mid to long-term perspective.

In other words, any panic selling in the local equity market is likely to present investors with excellent buying opportunities.
The Research Team is part of iFAST Capital Sdn Bhd.

Author: Jerry Lee Chee Yeong
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Default FSM Fund Choice: KAF Tactical Fund [June 2018]

Author : Tan Wei Yine

Local investors have been finding it hard to keep up with the news flow coming from the government officials of Malaysia, particularly from Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir himself and Finance Minister YB Lim Guan Eng. Like many of us, foreign investors and market participants are attempting to project the possible impacts of these developments on Malaysia’s economic stability and growth prospects.

Taking a 30,000 feet view, just when investors thought the noises stemming from trade wars and geopolitical tensions have finally begun to settle down, US President Donald Trump surprised market participants yet again by stating that he was not satisfied with the on-going progress of the trade negotiations with China. Also, the summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un scheduled earlier was called off as well. Looking across the Atlantic Ocean, the political unrest from Italy in the Eurozone has rattled global equities as we close the books for the month of May.

The abovementioned factors appeared to be a series of complicated strands for investors to digest, resulting a volatile domestic equity market. While uncertainties are lurking and volatilities persist, we think there are attractive opportunities lying within the domestic small-to-mid cap space. In this article, we will share our insights with investors and how one could tap into these growth opportunities via KAF Tactical Fund.


More downside risks for the Ringgit

FIGURE 1: Ringgit strength vs small-cap performance.



Ringgit was one of the best performing currencies in Asia last year. Moving into 2018, a favorable global growth backdrop, higher oil prices and a pick-up in consumer spending have given Malaysia’s economy a stronger footing. These factors have contributed to the strength of the Ringgit.

For exporters who derive most of their revenues overseas, a sustained strength in Ringgit means compressed profit margins. These developments have dimmed the earnings prospects of small-to-mid cap companies where businesses reside within the exports and manufacturing segments, eventually led to a price correction in this space (see Figure 1).

While Ringgit is still fairly strong compared to where it was a year ago, we think that there is a lack of catalyst for it to go below the 3.8 level, given that much of the positive macroeconomic stories and tailwinds have been priced in to date. In recent times, worries on possible downgrade in sovereign ratings plus the 1MDB saga are fueling foreign sell-off within the local equity and bond space, exerting downward pressure to the local currency.

The policy uncertainties stemming from the ruling of the new government are likely to stay around for the time being. This is likely to take Malaysia’s asset out from the foreign investors’ to-buy list temporarily until more clarities emerge, which helps to explain part of the recent fall in FBMKLCI Index and MGS. Also, bear in mind that we are in the midst of an interest rate hike cycle in the US, where market participants are still pricing 3 more rate hikes to take place in 2018. These are all painting a weak Ringgit picture, which could be a plus for the small-to-mid cap segment.


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Default Malaysia Equity: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

Author: Jerry Lee Chee Yeong

Although many were expecting a severe fall in the Malaysia equity market right after the market reopened following the post-election holidays on 14th May 2018, the sell-off took about 1 week to materialise. FBMKLCI Index retraced from the post-election high of around 1875 pts to the lowest of 1714 pts, losing more than 8.5% within 2-week period. As of 12th June 2018, the local equity market recorded post-election losses of approximately -4.5%. In this article, we will be discussing the post-election development in Malaysia as well as the potential threats and opportunities ahead in the local market.

Moderation In 1Q GDP

On the macroeconomic front, Malaysia economic activity expanded at 5.4% y-o-y in the first quarter of 2018, falling short of consensus estimate for a 5.5% growth and the previous quarter’ 5.9% expansion.


Figure 1: Malaysia's GDP Growth



However, despite a slower economic growth, the local economy witnessed a broad-based expansion from all the five sectors, Services (+6.5%), Manufacturing (+5.3%), Agriculture (+2.8%), Construction (+4.9%) and Mining & Quarrying (+0.1%). From the expenditure approach, the backbone of Malaysia economy – private consumption maintained its strong momentum, growing by 6.9% over the last quarter, in line with the improving consumer sentiment in the first quarter of 2018. The local net exports also contributed positively to the 1Q GDP growth due to a contraction in imports of goods and services.

On the flipside, the decelerating growth in government expenditure (1Q 2018: 0.1% vs 6.9% in 4Q 2017) as well as the contracting public investment (-1.0% y-o-y) were the main factors that caused a slowdown in the overall economic activity.

Moving forward, a moderation in Malaysia economic activity growth is unavoidable due to the high base effect, lower government spending as well as the slowdown in private investment due to the uncertainties in government policy. However, we believe that the high base effect and the slowdown in private investment would be temporary issues and it is likely to be partially offset by the robust private consumption.


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Default Your Long-Awaited List of Recommended Unit Trusts 2018/19 is Finally Here!

It is the time of the year again where we furnish investors with an updated list of consistent performing unit trusts.

Author : Tan Wei Yine


SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDED UNIT TRUSTS LIST 2018/19

Markets are behaving very differently this year. Volatility “returned” to the scene, and market participants have been busy at catching up with various developments on the global economic front. Having surfed through the tides across 1H2018, it is the time of the year again where we furnish investors with our list of Recommended Unit Trusts. Each year, we perform fund assessments and select the best performing funds from each category available to ensure that the list remains relevant and current to investors. This year, we have a total of 37 funds under 26 categories on our list, spanning across both equities and fixed incomes with exposure to a wide range of countries and regions across the globe. Most of the funds on the list have demonstrated a strong long-term track record and 29 out of 36 Recommended Unit Trusts for 2017/18 have made it back to the list for this year, indicating the consistency of our fund recommendations as well as the quality of our recommended funds.

Our methodology of fund assessment is largely quantitative, where funds are assessed based on historical performances, risk and expenses. Apart from the quantitative analysis, we also consider qualitative factors in our analysis, including the fund house’s investment philosophy, the fund manager’s consistency in their investment approach, the stability of the management team, the investment team’s years of experience and the fund holdings among other factors.




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