PinoyInvestor basically consolidates and summarizes the analyses of its various broker partners, giving its members the advantage of insights and recommendations from multiple brokers without the customer having to pay the cost of the services of the individual brokers and fund managers.
I commend them for the courage to take a step further in their personal finance lives, and their humility to admit to themselves and to the group that they know nothing (yet, like Jon Snow) and the openness to suggestions and tips on where to begin.
So in general, pigs will have shorter business cycles and faster turnaround compared to that of cows.
Say a grown pig averages 90kg upon sale. Trade price as of this writing is at Php120 per kilo of live pig. Per kilo of pork meat (essentially a dead sliced pig) is higher given the mark-ups (butchering plus transportation costs, and less the weight of inedible parts). Anyway, if you sell a pig of 90kg at Php120 per kilo, that translates to Php10,800 gross sale. Less investment cost of Php7,765, net income is Php3,035.
Current times may not be the best time to trade actively and most would rather watch on the sides as the market tries to figure out where it’s headed. Can’t help but reiterate though that this is the best time to learn. Learn on your own and learn from the experts.
If we can derive some positive consequence in this market’s current events, I would say that this is the best time to learn. Best time to learn, on our own, observe the market, and likewise to learn from the experts. Best time to study and weigh their analysis, whether it’s aligned or not with our trading and investment objectives.
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Now, if you’re really bent on investing in stocks, Truly Rich Club will help you choose which stocks to invest in regularly as they send stocks tips and instructions at the very least monthly. Their approach is fundamental, so it’s easy to understand why they expect a company’s share prices will go up in the long run or why the market is moving as such.
I’m silently praying that when the times comes that the marker starts to rebound, I have enough ammunition to ride the tide again.
Or maybe, it’s just the way it is. Every bull run needs to rest, to retrace its steps, especially ours which really has been overspeeding for an extended time.