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Unit trusts are a great means of investing, particularly in Malaysia. Why? Well, here are just 3 of the many awesome benefits of investing in unit trusts:

1. Professional management;

2. Immediate diversification; and

3. Liquidity.

Unfortunately, there are some people who are deeply unhappy about their Malaysian unit trust investments because of a wide range of reasons. These people do, however, share one common trait: They are very often the ones who look enviously at those who understand unit trusts and the Malaysian market, and therefore often do very well!

Such investment 'winners' understand that the inherent volatility of the Malaysian market makes it possible for savvy, disciplined investors to enjoy solid long-term portfolio returns... if they take the time to know what it is that unit trusts can AND cannot do!

So, the most important question you should ask yourself is whether you - as a Malaysian who is interested in saving and investing effectively for a better future - are savvy enough and disciplined enough to succeed where some others have failed.

In this unique, fun-to-read 4-day eCourse, Malaysian financial planner Rajen Devadason guides you effortlessly and painlessly through the key information and concepts a successful investor should equip himself or herself with to do well in our, racy, exciting Malaysian unit trust arena.

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"Avoiding Major UT Pitfalls"

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