In Sep 23, we wrote about the SEC advisory on PhilCrowd. The crowdfunding group also provided their reply on the said advisory. The good news is, a few months after […]
Before anything else, this is not a solicitation to invest in FarmOn. I am not an agent of FarmOn nor part of their team. I am just updating dear readers […]
07Mar2019 Update: PhilCrowd gets SEC approval. Read more here. The Philippines’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued an advisory on PhilCrowd last September 7, 2018, but it circulated on social […]
So last week, FarmOn emailed us about the recent harvest of our investments in squash and watermelon. So far it’s the smallest we have received in terms of ROI but […]
FarmOn announced through its Facebook group that cycle 19 will open this coming Monday, July 16. Registration for new members and selection of agricultural investments will commence that same day […]
23Sep2018 Update: SEC has also issued an advisory on PhilCrowd. Read more here. 29Jul2018 Update: Read comments on FarmOn Cycle 19 Opening for updates on FarmOn SEC registration. 29Jul2018 Update: Please […]
Investagram’s #InspirePH2018 that was held last April 28 at SMX MOA featured 2 parts, the morning session was mostly on stocks trading (click here for Part 1) while the afternoon sessions focused […]
It’s never too late to start. Hopefully, 2018 is the year for us to try new things, try out and execute that business idea. May 2018 inspire us enough to pursue our passions and dreams that we’ve been setting aside due to lack of finances, time or courage.
As it is, I feel like I have exposures in a diverse mix of investments, and make no mistake, I will still explore new investment vehicles in 2018 to further diversify. But for 2018, I will put a slightly higher budget and focus in building the existing ones, in increasing the exposure in my existing, tried and tested investments.
For the 14th cycle, we tried pekin duck and fish pond, with timelines of 4-5 months and 6 months respectively. Estimate gross ROI of 50%-100% and 40% to 60%, again respectively.