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Investing in the Philippine Stock Market: A Webinar Conducted by Mr. Aya Laraya

Investing in the Philippine Stock Market: A Webinar Conducted by Mr. Aya Laraya

I have been blessed that I had a chance to attend free seminars that featured top names in the Philippine investing world in the past 2 Saturdays c/o TGFI Web Academy and TGFI SG.  In today’s blog post, I will share with you about the: April 25th Event: “How to Invest in the Philippine Stock Market” by Mr. Aya Laraya A free webinar organized for the TGFI Web Academy in cooperation with COL Financial Group, Inc. Although the webinar was…

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EPAL Series 2 – Investing in Real Estate

EPAL Series 2 – Investing in Real Estate

I started the EPAL Series last year which is a series inspired by the movie “Dumb and Dumber”.  One guy is a clueless but interested investor and the other guy is the EPAL friend (a know it all type who wants to give advice even if he doesn’t know anything about that particular topic).  Last EPAL Series, I touched on investing in Mutual Funds.  This time we will be covering real estate investment. Follow the journey of Peter and John…

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Silent killers: Tax and Inflation

Silent killers: Tax and Inflation

In my last blog post, I shared with you the comparison of interest rates/rates of return for saving account, time deposit, bonds and stocks/mutual funds.  To refresh you, here is the table again: “Investment Vehicle” Interest Rate Interest Total Amount Savings Account 1% 1,000 101,000 Time Deposit 3% 3,000 103,000 Balanced Funds 7% 7,000 107,000 Bond Funds 5% 5,000 105,000 Stocks Funds 12% 12,000 112,000 In this blog post, I will share the two silent killers which we know but…

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Moving on: Saving to Investing

Moving on: Saving to Investing

Last year I started my series on saving, the definition of saving, reason for saving and some ways to help us budget and save.  I do hope you have instilled the discipline of saving, or at least have started to instill the discipline of saving. To be honest, it is not a one-time event but more of a daily struggle and challenge to ward off unnecessary spending, giving in to our wants, making excuses that it is a need and…

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