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What is the global allocation now for long term growth ?
chan_HK 08-07-2015, 06:18:09 AM GMT


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For the recent market corrections in most of the markets, what is the best global allocation for an investor who can tolerate risk and for 2-3 yr horizon ?
Emergent market to catch bottom ?

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oracle_MY 08-07-2015, 02:40:38 PM GMT



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My opinion is

A. Japan market, eg. Affin hwang japan growth fund
B. world/global fund eg. Aberdeen world equity class fund, CIMB global titan fund
C. REIT fund, eg AmAsia Pacific REIT fund/REIT plus fund
d. ASEAN fund also not bad, but malaysia is high volatile

The above is just my opinion only, maybe other expert or experience investors / professional may share your opinion.

Thanks.
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NthDimensions_SG 09-07-2015, 01:28:19 AM GMT



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I am sharing this because I believe everyone should really do in-depth research as to his own investment philosophy.

For me, I don't care about diversification.
Diversification just means an average and non-optimized position.

My one fund has been doing 12% at 1 year mark, and was up 15% before Greece, and now down at 8%.
But I still do not worry, because I have been expecting a global meltdown, and I am still waiting for it.

Anyway, the following article is a good read, but bear in mind Peter Schiff is a gold bug and pessimist.
But what he says, to me, it makes sense.

http://www.europac.com/commentaries/big_picture

So if Peter Schiff makes sense, the next cycle will be in Asia and Emerging Markets.

Be Safe, be Well.
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