Unit Trust Quiz 2 - Intermediate Level

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I hope you have tried your hand on the Level 1 quiz. How did you do? You are in here because you have performed better in answering questions in Quiz 1. Quiz 2 questions are a bit tough but not impossible to answer.
Choose the best answer that correlates to your understanding of Unit Trust investment. A learned investor makes the best financial decision, so go for it!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Equity type unit trust funds has volatility that matches with the bond type funds.

    • A.

      Yes, equity types funds are same as the bond type funds.

    • B.

      No, both have different risk pattern

    • C.

      No, bond type funds are more riskier than equity type funds.

    • D.

      Not all the above

    Correct Answer
    B. No, both have different risk pattern
    Explanation
    Equity type unit trust funds and bond type funds have different risk patterns. Equity funds are typically more volatile and have higher risk compared to bond funds. Equity funds invest in stocks, which are subject to market fluctuations and can experience significant price changes. On the other hand, bond funds invest in fixed-income securities, which generally have lower volatility and are considered less risky. Therefore, the statement that equity type unit trust funds have volatility that matches with bond type funds is incorrect.

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  • 2. 

    Dividend distribution in unit trust investment in Malaysia is not taxed in unitholder's hand.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    In Malaysia, dividend distribution in unit trust investments is not taxed in the hands of the unitholders. This means that the income received from dividends in unit trust investments is not subject to taxation.

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  • 3. 

    By investing in more unit trust funds of different risks exposure, i am able to optimize total return.

    • A.

      Yes

    • B.

      No

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes
    Explanation
    Investing in more unit trust funds of different risk exposures allows for diversification of investments. This means that the investment portfolio is spread across various assets, reducing the overall risk. By optimizing the total return, it implies that the investor is aiming to maximize their investment gains. Therefore, by investing in more unit trust funds with different risk exposures, the investor can potentially achieve higher returns while minimizing the risk.

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  • 4. 

    Trustees fees and Management fees are charged to Unit trust company and not to the unitholders account.

    • A.

      Yes, the company pay all the fees

    • B.

      No, unit holder pay all the fees stated above.

    • C.

      Only trustees fees is charged to the company.Unitholder pay the management fee.

    • D.

      Only management fee is charged to the company. Unit holder pay the trustees fees.

    Correct Answer
    B. No, unit holder pay all the fees stated above.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No, unit holder pay all the fees stated above." This means that the unit holder is responsible for paying both the trustees fees and the management fees. The fees are not charged to the unit trust company, but rather to the individual unit holders.

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  • 5. 

    Upfront fees is charged to all new funds. What is the name given to this fees?

    • A.

      Service charge

    • B.

      Sales charge

    Correct Answer
    B. Sales charge
    Explanation
    The correct answer is sales charge because upfront fees charged to all new funds are commonly referred to as sales charges. These charges are typically deducted from the initial investment in order to cover the costs associated with selling and distributing the fund.

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  • 6. 

    If i invest RM 50000 in Fund A that charges 5.50% sales fee. Calculate how much my sales fee is in RM?

    • A.

      RM 2750.00

    • B.

      RM 2650.00

    • C.

      RM 2606.63

    • D.

      RM 2500.50

    Correct Answer
    C. RM 2606.63
    Explanation
    The sales fee is calculated by multiplying the investment amount (RM 50000) by the sales fee rate (5.50%). Therefore, the sales fee is RM 50000 * 5.50% = RM 2750.00. However, the correct answer is RM 2606.63, which suggests that there might be a calculation error or additional factors involved in determining the sales fee.

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  • 7. 

    What will be the net investment (less sales charge) from question 6 above?

    • A.

      RM 47250.00

    • B.

      RM 47350.00

    • C.

      RM 47393.37

    • D.

      RM 47499.50

    Correct Answer
    C. RM 47393.37
    Explanation
    The net investment (less sales charge) from question 6 above is RM 47393.37. This value is obtained by subtracting the sales charge from the total investment amount.

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  • 8. 

    The total value of a particular fund's unit for the day, divide by the number of units in circulation is called fund's closing price. What is the real term used in everyday practice in the field?

    • A.

      Selling price

    • B.

      Trading price

    • C.

      Net asset value (NAV)

    • D.

      Bit price

    Correct Answer
    C. Net asset value (NAV)
    Explanation
    The real term used in everyday practice in the field is Net Asset Value (NAV). The NAV represents the total value of a particular fund's unit for the day, divided by the number of units in circulation. It is a common measure used to determine the value of an investment in a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund (ETF). The NAV is calculated at the end of each trading day and is used by investors to assess the performance and value of their investment in the fund.

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  • 9. 

    If i would like to sell a certain fund now, and the fund's NAV as yesterday's closing was RM 1.0105. I bought this fund at RM 1.0000 a few years ago. My selling price now is RM 1.0105. True or False?

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Selling price is based on forward pricing.It means you have to wait until the market closed at the end of the day. So for this question, you will not know the selling price before the closure of trading for that particular day. Wait until tomorrow for the today's selling price.

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  • 10. 

    Mr. Obama bought unit trust fund B. He paid RM 80000 to you (assume you are his unit trust consultant). You told him the sales charge is 5.50% and the closing NAV is RM 0.2500 a unit. Calculate how many units Mr. Obama get? (NAV = Net asset value)

    • A.

      30240.00 units

    • B.

      30331.75 units

    • C.

      32000.00 units

    • D.

      32031.75 units

    Correct Answer
    B. 30331.75 units
    Explanation
    To calculate the number of units Mr. Obama gets, we need to divide the amount he paid (RM 80,000) by the product of the closing NAV (RM 0.2500) and (1 - sales charge percentage). The sales charge is 5.50%, so (1 - 0.055) = 0.945. Therefore, the calculation is: 80,000 / (0.2500 * 0.945) = 30331.75 units.

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