Hi Geri, Katatapos lang ng repricing ng home loan namin. 1-year repricing kasi kinuha namin last year. Pero tumaaas ng higit P1,000 yung buwanang hulog namin ngayon. Bakit ganun? 🙁 […]
Good day po sa inyo. Gusto ko po sana matuto [kung] papano mag-invest. Pano po ako mag-uumpisa, ano po [ang] mga kailangan kong gawin, bilang isang ordinaryong Pilipino. Sana ay […]
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 […]
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.
Again and again, we urge people who want to be serious about stocks trading to study, study, study. Come up with your own personal trading plan, come up with your own style, your own screener, your own buy and sell rules. This is not being selfish, this is about being responsible and mature. There is a proper venue to learn, to be taught (in seminars, webinars, etc). There is a time to research and read up on your own. There are better ways to spend your time rather than posting questions in groups and reading the varied reactions (either helpful or hateful).
It’s never to late to start investing, but Juan has to start. Don’t let unfamiliarity or lack of knowledge stop you. Instead, fill the void. Know more, learn more.
We should not fall in love with any stock, and we should be able to sell the slow ones (with no attachments) as soon as we find better alternatives.
I already have a bank loan approval and the bank already sent the bank guarantee to the developer (renewed 3 times) but the developer failed to provide the TCT to my bank since they have pending matters on their side.
I am glad that there is a website which helps Filipinos with their financial life. I have questions with regards to bank financing for real estate. I purchased a condo from one developer. My payment terms is 20% DP for 36 months and 80% bank financing.
Five years ago when I first published two articles (based on personal experience) on title transfer and annotation, I did not expect that it will be such a big hit in terms of most read (thousands) and most commented on (hundreds).