|Fund Key Data|
|Manager||Public Mutual Bhd|
|Fund Type||Mixed Asset Myr Balanced - Malaysia|
|Date Launched||May 5, 1998|
|Approved Fund Size||300,000,000|
|Fund Price as at June 17, 2016|
|Daily prices courtesy of TheEdge Financial Daily|
To provide steady income and capital growth over the medium to long term period.
Financial Year End: June 30
Distribution Policy: Incidental.
- conservative to moderate risk-reward temperament
- medium to long term investor
- preference for receiving regular income and capital growth
To create a prudent mix of primarily Malaysian equities and fixed income securities in the ratio of 60:40 which is in line with the fund’s objective. Its equity content will range in the region of between 40% to 60% of the NAV of the fund. The balance of the fund’s NAV will be invested in fixed income securities and liquid assets which include money market instruments.
|Fees & Charges|
|Switching Fee||RM25 / 0% (Refer to Prospectus for details.)|
|Free Switches Yearly||N/A|
|Annual Management Fee||1.5%|
|Management Expense Ratio (MER)||%|
|Investment||Initial: RM1,000 |
|Regular Investment||Initial: RM1,000|
|Account Balance||1,000 units|
|Fund Performance as at 2012-07-24|
|1 Month Return|
|6 Month Return||3.34773943865 %|
|1 Year Return||-4.24186017638 %|
|3 Year Return||18.4415948774 %|
|5 Year Return||13.5310548448 %|
|As published in the The Edge-Lipper Fund Performance Ranking Tables|
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