Manila, Philippines
geri@investmoney.com.ph

Category: Suggested Readings

What to Expect from a ForEx Seminar

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Since you’re reading this blog, I’m assuming many of you have already attended financial seminars before. The most popular seminars are usually those that deal with general investing, real estate, insurance and stocks, with the latter three being some of the most popular types of investments locally. But since I am involved in the forex industry, I’d like to give a different perspective for readers who are considering FOREX as an investment.

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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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U-HOP: Philippines’ first app-based shuttle service

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Experts have said it over and over again, the only solution to this behemoth of a traffic problem is mass transport. But while we wait for the infrastructures and facilities for that, we offer an alternative. An app-based mass transport system we call U-HOP.

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7 Factors that Affect Real Estate’s Longevity

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The appreciation of property value is a benefit that investors like to see. However, it is vital for you, the loan holder, that the property doesn’t depreciate below the value of your loan. Banks and loan providers err on the side of caution when providing a home loan.

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Doing Loans the Right Way

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Loans in the Philippines are subjected to consultation. With any contractual agreement where concerning the essential negotiation is necessary, there is the question about the amount of the monetary aspect. It makes business available to the end and asks a return of funds. With cash loans, an interest rate is generally agreed wherein the borrower must pay the loan for the period of one year.

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BSP Allows Unit-paying UITFs

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With this development, soon there will be UITFs that provide passive income via dividends, without the need for Juan to redeem his investment principal. So Juan can just hold on to his principal, enjoy the capital appreciation, while reaping the unit-payment income on the side.

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Abundance Formula and Change Your Life in 30 Days

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In case you are wondering what a religious / spiritual mentor has to do with the stock market and financial freedom and being truly rich, I enjoin you to listen to his audio book on Secrets of The Truly Rich to personally find out why.

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Pope-Inspired Juan Liners: Personal Finance Quotes

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“Luck is the offspring of Preparedness and Opportunity.” Successful people did not reach where they are not right now just in a wink of an eye, it was a process of good turns outnumbering the bad turns. Some will admit that they were blessed, that they got lucky, that they were at the right place at the right time. Looking closely though will reveal that they were able to grab the opportunities because they were prepared.

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PH Banks: Who Are the Too-Big-To-Fail? Or Three-Big-To-Fail?

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A cool economic concept cited is moral hazard. Formally defined as when one party engages in excessive risk taking because another party has agreed and is ready to absorb the impact of such risks.

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Get a Home Loan Soon(er); Loan-to-Value (LTV) and Interest Considerations

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BSP is planning to lower and tighten the LTV cap to 60%, which means future borrowers will have to shell out higher DP at 40%. This effectively makes the target market for home loans smaller since not everyone can easily afford a 40% DP.

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