Top 30 EPF Stock Investment 2012 List

Posted by Kris | Tuesday, May 08, 2012 | , | 0 comments »

EPF stands for Employee Provident Fund Not Elite Penguin Force (I found this logo is from a WII game)

I guess every knows that EPF holds our hard earn money that we are "forced" to contribute each month. Ever wonder what are the stocks the EPF fund managers are holding to give the more than fixed deposit rate dividend unfailingly each year?

Last year 2011, EPF distributed 6% of dividends back to us. Well, 6% can be very little to some people especially those that dabble in stocks, property, forex trading, option trading & etc. (But at least it is better than nothing, and EPF have NOT YET FAIL to deliver the dividend back to us). I read somewhere that by law, EPF is only require to a minimum dividend of 2.5% each year.(My assumption is that EPF makes money during that year. Correct me if I am wrong, so far I think EPF never lost money before since its inception!! :D)

Nevertheless, you can also use your EPF to invest in Mutual funds.

Here are some of my earlier write-ups if you want to know more:

Public Mutual Fund List

CIMB Wealth Advisor


Historical EPF Dividend Table

Year
Per Annum
 1952 - 1959
2.50
 1960 - 1962
4.00
 1963
5.00
 1964
5.25
 1965 - 1967
5.50
 1968 - 1970
5.75
 1971
5.80
 1972 - 1973
5.85
 1974 - 1975
6.60
 1976 - 1978
7.00
 1979
7.25
 1980 - 1982
8.00
 1983 - 1987
8.50
 1988 - 1994
8.00
 1995
7.50
 1996
7.70
 1997 - 1998
6.70
 1999
6.84
 2000
6.00
 2001
5.00
 2002
4.25
 2003
4.50
 2004
4.75
 2005
5.00
 2006
5.15
 2007
5.80
 2008
4.50
 2009
5.65
 2010
5.80
 20116.00




List Of Top 30 Equity Investments Listed On Bursa Malaysia By Quarter As At 31 March 2012
No.
Share
% Holdings
1.
 Msian Building Society Bhd
65.50%
2.
 RHB Capital Bhd
44.99%
3.
 Msian Resources Corp Bhd  
42.20%
4.
 Media Prima Bhd                      
18.52%
5.
 Shell Refining Co. Bhd
17.03%
6.
 Public Bank Bhd                
16.83%
7.
 WCT Bhd                        
16.34%
8.
 Digi.Com Bhd                                             
16.29%
9.
 Dialog Bhd                       
14.87%
 10.
 Genting Plantations Bhd                                      
14.52%
11.
 Tenaga Nasional Bhd
14.36%
12.
 IJM Corporation Bhd                          
14.35%
13.
 United Plantations Bhd                     
13.36%
14.
 Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd   
13.29%
15.
 Alliance Financial Group Bhd      
13.25%
16.
 Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd    
13.00%
17.
 Star Publications Bhd                                    
12.93%
18.
 IJM Plantations Bhd                             
12.81%
19.
 Axis Reit Managers                           
12.48%
20.
 AMMB Holdings Bhd                                      
12.43%
21.
 Sime Darby Bhd                        
12.38%
22.
 Petronas Gas Bhd  
12.21%
23.
 Kencana Petroleum Bhd
12.08%
24.
 KPJ Healthcare Bhd      
12.08%
25.
 Hong Leong Bank Bhd  
12.02%
26.
 IOI Corporation Bhd        
11.74%
27.
 Axiata Group Bhd                 
11.71%
28.
 CIMB Group Holdings Bhd                   
11.65%
29.
 Malayan Banking Berhad
11.44%
30.
 POS Malaysia Bhd
11.38%


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