We are in the final months of the year 2013. For ASB & ASN unitholders, it is the time for them to earn dividends for their investment.
Based on the information obtained from Amanah Saham Nasional Berhad (ASNB) website, transaction for Amanah Saham Bumiputera (ASB) & Amanah Saham Nasional (ASN) will be suspended to facilitate the issuance and computation of ASB & ASN dividend for year 2011. ASB & ASN transaction will be suspended from 22nd December 2013 to 1st January 2014. Based on history, ASB dividend will be declared in between 14th to 21st December while ASN dividend will be declared around 22nd to 24th December.
What is your expected ASB & ASN dividend for year 2013? Dividends for other fixed priced funds manage by ASNB showed an increase in between 0.1 to 0.3 sen in 2013. For variable fund, the increase as high as 0.6 sen.
In 2012, dividend for ASB & ASN is 8.9 & 6.3 sen respectively.
What is your plan to do with the extra money?
Meanwhile, you may want to take a look at the historical dividend rate for both ASB & ASN and the comparison between ASNB funds.
Let it be & get compounded year after year. ASB is a good way to save money & growth for my retirement! Still somemore years to go btw 🙂
Yup. Let it be for me too 😉
My guess is the dividend will remain the same or be slightly higher than last year’s- a range of 7.75 to 7.8 percent. And yes, we’re letting the money stay put- no withdrawals. We might be able to retire in 20 years.
8.7% is bad for ASB.
With Bursa indices at all time high and other good economic indicators, PNB should provide ROI at least 9.2% to unitholders..
kekeke… itu la nama sistem kapitalis. Pelabur yg susah2 cari duit dapat ROI yg moderate, pengurus dana yg senang2 buat duit dapat lebih kurang sama..