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Frequently Asked Questions
In Malaysia, unit trusts are a collective investment scheme that allows investors with a common goal to pool their funds together for investment purposes.
Typically, unit trusts are managed by a professional fund manager in a portfolio of securities which will correspond to the fund’s objectives and investment strategy.
Most investors have more options of what they want to invest in but lack enough money to invest in all of them. When you are working with a limited budget, it can be hard to diversify your portfolio with several different assets and stocks options.
This is where unit trust comes into play. By pooling your money together with like-minded investors, every investor gets a chance to diversify their portfolio with assets and stocks options that might be unreachable otherwise.
The answer to this question depends on the unit trust you invested your money in. With most unit trust schemes, you can sell/redeem your units once your investment is completed. However, you are not allowed to sell/redeem any funds during the transaction or when the investment is in its processing cycle.
The answer actually depends on your needs. If you are looking for a very safe and stable investment, then you will be hard pressed to find anything better than the Employee Provident Fund (EPF).
If you’re looking for more freedom in your investments, then unit trust is a good option for you. With unit trust, you can potentially make higher returns from your investments, and you will have slightly more freedom on what your money is invested in.
If you’re looking for an easy and simple way to get into investing, unit trust is a great way for you to start. With unit trust, you can start with the minimum investment, which can be very low for some unit trust funds. Another advantage is that it is managed by professional fund managers, whose job is to ensure the fund you are invested in can achieve its goals and objectives.