Lessons from Investagrams InspirePH 2018 (Part 2)

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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 […]

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Vista Land (VLL) Offers 10-Yr Bonds at 6.2255% p.a.

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SEC gave approval for VLL to issue P3M worth of bonds for this tranche with an oversubscription option of another P2M in case of strong demand from investors/ lenders. Offer period is from July 18 to July 28, 2017 or until supplies last. Rate is 6.2255% p.a. for 10-yr bonds.

Inflation: Passive Expense and How Much Just To Keep Up?

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Juan’s PHP1,000 in 2006 should be PHP1,395 in 2014 just to get by, keep up with inflation and retain the same purchasing power for the same level of expenses. With rising needs and standards of living (hence more expenses) and more mouths to feed, keeping up with inflation is not enough. A 40% return in 8 years is then, not enough. Now do your own math.

Ask Geri: Investment Options for a College Student

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Whatever course you are in right now, your skills, marketability and time are all investments. As such make sure to hone your skills and talents while still in college, such that when you graduate, you either become an sought-for asset to a company, or a young competent leader of your businesses.