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haha...marami kasi nawalan ng gana mag antay sa ANI.
Anyone holding NI? Ang lakas ng dating Congrats to all holders!
31% in 8 days!! All I can say is, WOW
Pati ni NI at ORE walang nakapansin muhehehe
..after reading some of the post here, Im dying to learn this stock market thing,but no luck,I mean I dont even know what's this!! but it sounds like a $! where can I find something like "stock market for dummies" frustrating for me.
Bad news, good news for me.
Bad News - Lugi ako sa LC. Mga 4% nalugi sa akin.
Good News - Wagi ako sa NI. Nahuli lang ako ng pasok kasi akala ko LC ang papatok. Mga 8% lang pero ok na rin nabawi ko ang lugi sa LC. Tutukan ko na lang bukas kasi overbought na ito at baka biglang bumaba kaya dapat mabenta kung ganoon mangyari.
More good news - Naipit ako noon sa ORE pero nabawi ko na with 3% profit pa!
mga sirs, ano outlook sa MA/B?
if you're patient and brave enough MA/B is a good prospect with high potential upside. but it is still in speculation stage.
wala rin nakapansin sa APX hehe..
^and ang kapatid nyang si PHES hehehe (though too high to get in na )
EEI, sayang umangat na. EDC, sobrang bumagsak naman. PCOR and SMC still down. Thanks to TEL, the equalizer
I love LMG! My profit currently at 42% in just 2 days!
DIZ is it at 8%! Ang galing ni NI umaakyat pa rin although hindi ako nakabili kahapon.
bought some MA, it seems to be going up with alot of buyers the past few days. what's the horizon for this? 2-3 yrs?
hope i did the right thing, otherwise, PGOLD, TEL and GLO na lang pagasa hahaha
all time high broken on 2012
1. january 10 - 4,561
2. january 11 - 4,645
3. january 18 - 4,677
4. january 19 - 4,700
5. january 20 - 4,747
6. february 2 - 4,822
philippine stocks hit a new record high, the 6th in 2012 so far. this one is huge,index skyrocketed by 106 pts. that is very impressive. the phisix is entering some very serious bull run.
we are talking new territory here if the phisix hits 5,000 before june 2012.
Philippine stocks hit new record
By: Doris C. Dumlao
Philippine Daily Inquirer
5:20 pm | Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
MANILA, Philippines—The local stock index broke past the 4,800 level to a new record high on Thursday as investors took heart from the initial stream of good fourth-quarter 2011 corporate earnings disclosures and bet on rosier prospects for the domestic economy this year.
The Philippine Stock Exchange index rose by 106.44 points, or 2.26 percent, to 4,822.08. All counters rallied on broad-based buying but conglomerates, seen as a good proxy to the domestic economy, led the upswing with a gain of 3.7 percent.
The holding firms sub-index was boosted most by SM Investments Corp., the holding firm of tycoon Henry Sy, which gained by 8.23 percent to a new record high of P677 per share. There was a cross of about 13 million shares at P651 per share for a total of P8.4 billion, which a spokesperson from SMIC said was only part of the conglomerate’s “portfolio adjustment.”
Ayala Corp., which is now getting more aggressively into the infrastructure space, was likewise up by 6.9 percent to P387 per share.
“The gains of the market the past two days are broad-based, suggesting a sustained bullishness by investors. Now that companies have started announcing 2011 profits, investors continue to upgrade their expectations of above-average earnings growth in 2012 and ignoring rapidly rising valuation multiples,” said Jose Mari Lacson, head of research at Campos Lanuza & Co.
The PSEi’s new high also mirrored the region’s upbeat performance, said Manny Lisbona, deputy chief at PNB Securities.
“It seems that a decoupling of sorts is happening. That is, a weakness in developed markets would serve to drive rather than dampen appetite for emerging market assets,” he said.
Robert Vergara, president of the Government Service Insurance System, said the pension fund for government employees would await market pullbacks to increase its equity portfolio, which currently amounts to P67 billion, or 11.3 percent of its investible funds. He said the GSIS would like to increase the equity component of its portfolio to 13-14 percent, which would mean additional funds of P20 billion that could be plowed into the local stock market.
He said the GSIS, a key institutional investor in the country, would take advantage of market dips to load up on banks and conglomerates. While the market was not necessarily overpriced at this point, he said it’s not a good time to load up.
At present, about 30 percent of the GSIS’ equity fund is in utilities like power, telecommunications and water. Another 16.2 percent is in banks, 10 percent in conglomerates, 12.5 percent in property and 18 percent in consumer-tourism-gaming.
The GSIS has pared down its equity interests in some mining stocks, Vergara said.
Overall, he said, opportunities in the local equity market, Asia’s best-performing bourse in 2011, still looked better than other markets.
Other big contributors to the PSEi’s run-up on Thursday were: Metrobank (up by 2.7 percent to P81) , PLDT (up 2.6 percent to P2,798), BDO (up 1.74% to P61.45), ALI (up 6 percent to P18.98), Aboitiz Power, ICTSI (up 1.4 percent to P57.70) , AEV (up 2.8 percent to P43.40) and RLC (up 0.8 percent to P15.02).
Other notable gainers were Manila Mining A (only for local investors) and ORE, which respectively surged by 2.8 percent and 4.7 percent.
On the other hand, AGI, NiHao, SM Prime, First Gen, Megaworld and Philex traded lower on Thursday.
Turnover was heavy at P18.15 billion, including the SMIC cross-transaction.
There were 109 gainers against 57 decliners while 41 stocks were unchanged.
One of my few prized picks: ALI
Just waiting for it to hit my target price
LC going down people started to spread rumors regarding the GF-LC deal. The positive side of this is that we can buy at low, perhaps 1.30ish. )