Manila, Philippines
geri@investmoney.com.ph

Category: Economics

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Stock Market Outlook 2019 – COL Financial, BPI Asset Mgt

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The PSEi ended in red this February, closing at 7705, down by 4.3% for the month. This comes after months of recovery starting October last year. On the monthly chart, the conversion line (blue) of the ichimoku cloud system remains below the base line (red line) which means it remains bearish and the recovery from…
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Real Estate Leaders Share Optimism, Challenges in the Industry in Media Roundtable

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From the role that internet plays in the real estate sector to what’s in store for the commercial and residential property developers targeting the POGO (Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators) market, the recently concluded Lamudi’s Outlook Media Roundtable Series 2019: An Excellent 2018 for Philippine Real Estate and Raising The Bar in 2019 offered a glimpse…
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4 Reasons Why Davao is Ready for Investment

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Statistics from the PSA (Philippine Statistics Authority showed a total of 381.5 billion pesos was registered by the region of Davao when it comes to foreign investments that were all approved for the first two quarters of the year 2018. This proves that Davao is ready as the next destination for investments reinforced by Republic…
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Ask Geri: Bakit Lumaki Yung Bayad ko sa Home Loan Dahil sa Repricing? Aakyat pa ba ang Interest Rate ng mga Home Loan?

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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? 🙁 -MTR *** Hi Geri, Malapit na kami mag-avail ng bank financing para sa condo namin na for turn-over na. Para saan yung repricing? At ano…
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Baguio and Bulacan: Top Picks for Northern Living

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A harmonious blend of a peaceful suburban lifestyle and the convenience of city life is hard to find. But cities north of Metro Manila, particularly Bulacan and Baguio City, are the perfect combination of the two. If you are looking for a touch of nature and greeneries but couldn’t give up the excitement of city…
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Good Read: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely

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Recommend this book to those who want to know themselves more, learn more about personal finance and those who want to know certain discreet yet recurring human tendencies that hinder us from pursuing financial freedom.

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Where Did The 1.2 Trillion OFW Remittances Go?

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Despite these numbers, it makes me wonder, where did all the money go?

There’s a saying strike while the iron is hot. It didn’t say spend while the iron is hot.

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Beep Cards Arrive at MRT, and Beyond

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In spite of this development, there will still be some of our countrymen who will need to purchase single journey tickets every time, not because they want to be inconvenienced all the time, but because that’s all they can afford, or that they were used to the sachet economy mindset.

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PH: Too Many Banks Yet Many Pinoys Still Unbanked

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Banks still have a long way to go to tap the underbanked segments especially the countryside where access is very limited. Other sources are perceived to be easily reachable like pawnshops or money remittance business, which have more branches, less costly to put up and some of which even operate 24 hours.

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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.

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