Are you a newbie investor? Do you want to know how to start investing in the stock market? Learn through the Youtube channel of Aya Laraya from Pesos and Sense. An investment in knowledge pays the biggest dividend, provided that you follow through with action. We have selected the most useful videos for those who […]
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Investment takes time to grow, so invest as soon as you can. You can place your extra funds and invest these in various instruments - real property (land, houses, buildings, etc), bank deposit products (passbook savings, time deposits, uitfs, etc), mutual funds, bonds and government securities, stocks, precious minerals and gems (gold, jewelries), paintings and sculptures, and more! Find the investment vehicle that fits your current need and situation.
As I am writing this, I’m no longer a newbie in investing in the Philippine Stock Exchange. I’ve breached the first month anniversary. 🙂 So how’s things been? First, most of the things I wrote on my first stock market investing post, I didn’t follow. I said I won’t trade, I said I will only […]
What strategy do you favor when it comes to seeing negative stocks on your portfolio? Do you prefer to ‘Cut Loss’ or ‘Average Down’? Another question: What is your time duration to continue holding a negative stock before you consider changing your strategy? Hi 🙂 I’ve recently participated in the Philippine Stock Exchange by way […]
Finally, I’ve tried Day Trading and have profits to show for it. Thank you for the opportunity Philippine Stock Exchange and COL Financial. 🙂 New small-time investor here, I started with stock market investing about 3 weeks ago. I have made my first buy order, my first sell order, my first O-H buy order, and […]
New investors can earn in the Philippine Stock Exchange by buying low and selling high shares of stocks. Last May 11 (Wednesday) I bought 100 shares of JG Summit at P87.90 per share. Factor in the stock broker’s commission, other fees, and VAT, total price of the Buy Order for JGS was P8,815.94. The market […]
If you have excess funds, where to invest it? Most Filipinos first reaction would likely be to advise you to deposit the money in a bank. To go for time deposit if you don’t need the cash in the short term, otherwise, go for traditional savings account. This used to be my mentality too when it […]