Hi Geri, I’ve read your #10Steps book. You discussed both these options but I just want to ask your honest personal opinion, which is the better option: peso-cost-averaging or one […]
These are good options to consider for those whose investment OHA only allows them medium to low risks and returns. How to find out which investments suit your personality? Download our Money Mgt Modules (#3M) and answer the investment suitability questionnaire.
What happened to TEL shows how Buy and Hold (Forever) can hurt Juan’s investments. Those who bought TEL in 2006, hoping to gain much from it, will be depressed to see that after 10 years, there wasn’t any capital appreciation. Wasted time. Wasted paper gains all those years. I hope not a lot of people did that. Though again, a small compensation is the dividends so in that sense, it is still a lot better off than time deposits (even if invested capital did not appreciate).
For 2016, I’m seeking to diversify and build on other sources of passive income as more or less, I have already established a habit of investing on these “usual vehicles” the past years. Plus the higher financial demands of a married life.
Objectives – Horizon – Appetite. Let OHA be your guiding principle in choosing your various investments. Long-term objectives (e.g. retirement fund) allow you longer investment horizon, as such risk appetite may be aggressive.
Came across the name Tony Robbins multiple times as he is frequently mentioned by some of the successful and full-time local stock traders that I follow. Turns out he’s a […]
(17May2018 Update: See part 2 here.) Investagrams’ Inspire PH 2018 was held in SMX MOA last April 28, 2018. Compared to last year’s event entitled Traders’ Summit, this year’s event […]
The Money Management Modules are interactive modules, questionnaires, workbooks and calculators meant to boost Juan’s financial and money quotient (FQ), covering a wide array of topics. It comes in 5 volumes, containing more than 30 educational module
At the end of the day, the market does what the market does. As such, the “why” is of secondary importance. What’s more important is “what to do” and “how to react” during these turbulent times.
Be like JV’s father and prepare for your eventual retirement. We all deserve a richer life, and we all have the means to provide ourselves with that. Don’t just work hard, but be sure to work smart.