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Old 31-07-2018, 08:42 PM   #91
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Uk Etf no 0.50%. You will know when you confirm
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Old 03-08-2018, 12:08 AM   #92
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Uk Etf no 0.50%. You will know when you confirm
Looking to use SCB to purchase some IWDA maybe bi-annually.

i have SGD and USD account now. Do i need to do anything else?
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Old 05-08-2018, 03:08 PM   #93
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Looking to use SCB to purchase some IWDA maybe bi-annually.

i have SGD and USD account now. Do i need to do anything else?
Just make sure you have 1K and 2K balance maintained in your SGD & USD account respectively after pulling out funds for IWDA. Otherwise, you will subject to the penalty fees.
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Old 05-08-2018, 03:48 PM   #94
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Just make sure you have 1K and 2K balance maintained in your SGD & USD account respectively after pulling out funds for IWDA. Otherwise, you will subject to the penalty fees.
I don't have 1k in my SGD account and I don't have 2k in my USD account and I've never been subject to penalty fees. I guess it all depends on what account you set up.
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I don't have 1k in my SGD account and I don't have 2k in my USD account and I've never been subject to penalty fees. I guess it all depends on what account you set up.
Ya, depends on account. My scb need the 1k maintenance but sgd only. All my other fx account are foc but for trading only.
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Old 08-08-2018, 06:22 PM   #96
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I don't have 1k in my SGD account and I don't have 2k in my USD account and I've never been subject to penalty fees. I guess it all depends on what account you set up.
May I know what account did you set up?
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:54 AM   #97
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Available on DBS Vickers as well.
DBS will be held in our CDP while SCB in custody?
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Old 11-08-2018, 12:00 PM   #98
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Is there a monthly maintenance fees using SCB, DBS or other?
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Old 22-08-2018, 11:47 PM   #99
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Question about IWDA dividends

Hi everyone. Newcomer to investing and ETFs here, so sorry if its a stupid question. I read that IWDA dividends are reinvested, but i was wondering how it would be possible to track what the dividends are or how much has been paid out. If it goes back into the ETF price, how do we know if the price increases are because of the market or because of the dividend? Can anyone help to explain please?

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Old 23-08-2018, 08:15 AM   #100
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Hi everyone. Newcomer to investing and ETFs here, so sorry if its a stupid question. I read that IWDA dividends are reinvested, but i was wondering how it would be possible to track what the dividends are or how much has been paid out. If it goes back into the ETF price, how do we know if the price increases are because of the market or because of the dividend? Can anyone help to explain please?

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A passive investor does not care about such things but just look at total return relative to the total return net benchmark.
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Old 23-08-2018, 08:29 AM   #101
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Hi everyone. Newcomer to investing and ETFs here, so sorry if its a stupid question. I read that IWDA dividends are reinvested, but i was wondering how it would be possible to track what the dividends are or how much has been paid out. If it goes back into the ETF price, how do we know if the price increases are because of the market or because of the dividend? Can anyone help to explain please?

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A passive investor does not care about such things but just look at total return relative to the total return net benchmark.

Yup you got to decide if you are a passive investor in which case IWDA is best for you, otherwise go for ETF that declare dividends if you want to control how to reinvest.
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Old 23-08-2018, 11:32 AM   #102
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Hi everyone. Newcomer to investing and ETFs here, so sorry if its a stupid question. I read that IWDA dividends are reinvested, but i was wondering how it would be possible to track what the dividends are or how much has been paid out. If it goes back into the ETF price, how do we know if the price increases are because of the market or because of the dividend? Can anyone help to explain please?

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Yeah if you are really a passive investor, you shouldn't be overly concerned about those stuff.

IWDA is holding thousands of stocks from around the world. Each stock will have different payable dates throughout the calendar year.

So it is not practical to identify every payout from each company.
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Old 23-08-2018, 12:44 PM   #103
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i think some people are confused about the concept of "accumulating fund". They somehow think that these funds "declare" a dividend at a certain fixed time, which somehow becomes accumulated in a mysterious, secret process instead of being paid out

It doesn't work that way - afaik, an accumulating fund channel any income it receives (such as dividends from they stocks they own) into the fund's own NAV, which is then used to buy more of the shares it is supposed to own. This probably happens whenever they receive income
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Old 23-08-2018, 01:50 PM   #104
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Is there a 'right' time to buy the IWDA? Of course it is very high now after the many years bull-run we've had, so if I were to invest in it for the 1st time, is this wise? People say not to time the market, but how wise will it be to be buying at such high?
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Old 23-08-2018, 02:44 PM   #105
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Hi everyone. Newcomer to investing and ETFs here, so sorry if its a stupid question. I read that IWDA dividends are reinvested, but i was wondering how it would be possible to track what the dividends are or how much has been paid out. If it goes back into the ETF price, how do we know if the price increases are because of the market or because of the dividend? Can anyone help to explain please?

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also a newbie question here: if IWDA's dividends are reinvested, how come the number of my units is never changed (increased)?

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