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PinoyInvestor: Free PSE Stocks Tips from Many Stocks Brokers

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You might have noticed the new banner on the right side of this site. Let me tell you the short story of it.

Aside from Truly Rich Club (TRC) which has been giving me a good mix of investment advice + spiritual advice + passive income (passive income ROI alone is at 50++%), I’ve decided to beef it up a bit further by subscribing to PinoyInvestors. Sure there are many “Pinoy” sites out there that deal with stocks analysis, but I just find PinoyInvestors’ package and offer attractive and affordable. Plus it boasts of numerous stocks broker firms where it gets its analysis from. This is a good chance to enjoy the services of multiple reputed stocks brokers at minimal cost. Plus of course improved stocks acumen and decision references.

So if you want guidance on stocks (fundamental), financial and spiritual abundance, please do consider TRC. If you are looking for a purely stocks tips and readings, multiple broker research and services, plus technical analysis (!), then consider PinoyInvestor.

The best part is that you can try their services for FREE.

So what does PinoyInvestor offer? Consider below table.


Basically, there are 3 subscription types, the FREE one where you get a glimpse and sampler of what they offer, a monthly subscription, and a 4-month subscription which gives you best value for money.

Personally, this provides me a good balance of Fundamentals (from TRC via COL Financial) plus a whole lot more of spiritual services and Fundamentals / Technicals from PinoyInvestor (supported by powerhouse cast of Angpin Online, Wealth Securities, First Metro Securities, AB Capital Services and Trade Asia). Now that’s a lot cheaper way to enjoy the services of various stocks brokers!

Bit of a downside though is how paying subscribers need to remit their subscription fees: PayPal or bank deposit / transfer. I’m sure though they are already working on beefing this up via accommodating credit card payments, similar to TRC. So, coming soon!

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4 Responses

  1. Geri says:

    Thanks for the info!

  2. pen_name says:

    Hi Anonymous, thank you for your comments.

    As they say stocks picks are merely recommendations and you yourself is the one who will execute the trade, and be responsible for them.

    I hear you, indeed it does take a considerable amount of money to have these information. If you have online trading accounts, they should be able to provide you with free stocks picks as well. I use COL Financial and they have these too. I just have these 3 actually, TRC, PinoyInvestor and COL to guide me so I don't have other sites to recommend to you. BUt I'm sure you'll find more through Google.

    Honestly, it really depends on your trading style and objectives, since if you're more long term (I assume you are if you say every penny counts), then a less frequent recommendations might still suit your needs.

    Another site is The site does not contain specific buy and hold and sell recommendations per se but it is a very active stocks forum, and I learn a lot from it.

    Hope this helps.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for this another very informative article! I never knew any other site other than TRC that offers Buy/Hold recommendation. Although PinoyInvestor does offer lower rate than the latter, it also takes considerable amount of money which can be used for investment, especially for a nearly minimum wage earner like me where every penny counts. Is there any other site that you can recommend that offers free Recommendations for wanna-be-investor such as myself?

    Thank you Pen and God Bless!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hey there, I believe PinoyInvestor has always been accepting credit card payments. They use PayPal to do this. Try selecting the PayPal option to check. I think it's written naman on their sign-up/payment page.

    In any case, great website! Your articles, including this one, are very helpful and informative Keep it up 🙂

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