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bluediamond
22-04-2006, 10:50 AM
May I know :) where to buy the new 1 billion ASM share to be launch on monday somewhere in Subang area and the mode of payment. :)

kelvinwkw
22-04-2006, 11:17 AM
Im interested also, how and where to purchase? and how to make payment?

tupai
22-04-2006, 11:55 AM
any bank in SJ. They all have a certain allocation.
If u have an account there, its a transfer of fund. Otherwise, bring a suitcase of ca$h :p

Yang akan Beli dgn monopoli $$ lato tupai

Voter
22-04-2006, 09:50 PM
The last experience I had. By 11am on the launch date, all units sold out. Wonder if all banks practice pre-launch "crony-allocation".

lonewolf8
24-04-2006, 12:11 PM
Update: All units were sold out by 11.45am. Went to queue at Maybank KLCC but was told all units (1 billion) were sold out.

Voter
24-04-2006, 12:29 PM
Update: All units were sold out by 11.45am. Went to queue at Maybank KLCC but was told all units (1 billion) were sold out.

My point above! if they do not limit the number of unit a person can buy, 2b also not sufficient. Rich ones will just lock away by lots of 100k may be.

burntan
24-04-2006, 01:07 PM
Is it a guarantee gain investment?

Firefly
24-04-2006, 01:11 PM
SOLD out. It was all gone before 12 noon today.

mackzulkifli
24-04-2006, 01:26 PM
My point above! if they do not limit the number of unit a person can buy, 2b also not sufficient. Rich ones will just lock away by lots of 100k may be.

I think there was a quota.

bugbear
24-04-2006, 01:31 PM
The problem here is there are no quota for each person unlike previous years where a limit of RM50,000 was imposed. A millionaire can easily buy up millions of share at one go and where does that leave us poor wage earners?

kelvinwkw
24-04-2006, 01:49 PM
=( Sad Sad Sad... went there on 1.... :mad: for the rest of the day

pcyeoh
24-04-2006, 02:20 PM
Is it a guarantee gain investment?
I feel that the only guarantee gain investment is the Fixed Deposit where our capital (deposit) is guaranteed and the gain is the annual interest offered. Even the ING Capital Investment Fund can pnly guarantee the sum invested with a condition that the investor stays in the scheme for the 3 years period and the return is not guaranteed. Of course the CGF agent will tell you from ING investment return track records, we can get fairly a return of 12% during this period. So what is so great about the ASM. It is only the government who is making sure that they stay that way. Take away the support, many went on a tailspin. I have heard previous ASM after the protected period, the fund is allow a free fall. Some fell flat on their face when they hit zero. Do you want to invest is such instruments?

oblina
24-04-2006, 02:20 PM
eek! :eek: so fast habeh ah! and I tot I'll go buy tomorrow.. aisehman... :(

JayChou
24-04-2006, 02:22 PM
i can confirm that ASM has been sold out by 12 noon.

i was at the Maybank branch in USJ and they told me TADAK!!!

PeterHng
24-04-2006, 02:40 PM
Haiya, just transferred money to my maybank account and want to buy tomorrow.... no more ??? (sigh) ...

pcyeoh
24-04-2006, 03:10 PM
I feel that the only guarantee gain investment is the Fixed Deposit where our capital (deposit) is guaranteed and the gain is the annual interest offered. Even the ING Capital Investment Fund can pnly guarantee the sum invested with a condition that the investor stays in the scheme for the 3 years period and the return is not guaranteed. Of course the CGF agent will tell you from ING investment return track records, we can get fairly a return of 12% during this period. So what is so great about the ASM. It is only the government who is making sure that they stay that way. Take away the support, many went on a tailspin. I have heard previous ASM after the protected period, the fund is allow a free fall. Some fell flat on their face when they hit zero. Do you want to invest is such instruments?
This is actually what I wanted to post when the time limit prevent me from continuing further.

The hugh response to this fund I found out is that there was no propectus so there are so many versions of statements of its returns floating in the market including each person is limited to RM 50,000 and also rumours circulating that investors will get 6.5% return. My sister in law was one of them who rushed to withdraw her fixed deposit and stood in line in Maybank Taipan this morning. There was a hugh crowd waiting in queue. She waited from 9.30am onwards. The worst part is the computer system in MBB kept failing and by the time it was her turn at 11.30am, all the funds have been sold out. I told her to invest in the ING Capital Investment Fund

The ING Capital Investment Fund which also can guarantee the sum invested but at least up front, they dictate the term you must be with them and that is 3 years period and the return of investment is not guaranteed. Of course the CGF agents will tell you from ING investment return track records, we can get fairly get a return of 34% during this period. So what is so great about the ASM? It is only the government who is making sure that they stay that way. Take away the support, many went on a tailspin. I have heard previous ASM after the protected period, the fund is allow a free fall. Some fell flat on their face when they hit zero. Do you want to invest is such instruments?

Firefly
24-04-2006, 03:12 PM
i can confirm that ASM has been sold out by 12 noon.

i was at the Maybank branch in USJ and they told me TADAK!!!

You at Taipan...Mrs at Consplant....System slow only 2 transactions done then HABIS!!!! :eek:

xaviers
24-04-2006, 04:00 PM
looks like inside job...

JayChou
24-04-2006, 04:09 PM
This is actually what I wanted to post when the time limit prevent me from continuing further.

The hugh response to this fund I found out is that there was no propectus so there are so many versions of statements of its returns floating in the market including each person is limited to RM 50,000 and also rumours circulating that investors will get 6.5% return. My sister in law was one of them who rushed to withdraw her fixed deposit and stood in line in Maybank Taipan this morning. There was a hugh crowd waiting in queue. She waited from 9.30am onwards. The worst part is the computer system in MBB kept failing and by the time it was her turn at 11.30am, all the funds have been sold out. I told her to invest in the ING Capital Investment Fund

The ING Capital Investment Fund which also can guarantee the sum invested but at least up front, they dictate the term you must be with them and that is 3 years period and the return of investment is not guaranteed. Of course the CGF agents will tell you from ING investment return track records, we can get fairly get a return of 34% during this period. So what is so great about the ASM? It is only the government who is making sure that they stay that way. Take away the support, many went on a tailspin. I have heard previous ASM after the protected period, the fund is allow a free fall. Some fell flat on their face when they hit zero. Do you want to invest is such instruments?

Mr. Yeoh,

sounds very interesting. I'm looking for ways and mean to invest my money...
Let me check out on this product online and make my decision before consulting an ING agent.