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  1. #1

    Lightbulb Paano ko kaya papalaguhin ang 100k??

    Pano ko kaya mapapalago kung may 100k ako? Sa Bangko? o sa Negosyo? any comments or suggestion naman pls. Thanks

  2. #2
    Invest it in Philippine Blue Chip Stocks like PLDT, SMC, Ayala Land, etc.

    You can find these resources useful:

    www.pse.com.ph

    If you want to buy/sell stock register here:

    www.abcapitalonline.com
    www.bpitrade.com
    www.2tradeasia.com

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by fbgloria View Post
    Invest it in Philippine Blue Chip Stocks like PLDT, SMC, Ayala Land, etc.

    You can find these resources useful:

    www.pse.com.ph

    If you want to buy/sell stock register here:

    www.abcapitalonline.com
    www.bpitrade.com
    www.2tradeasia.com
    Nacurious lang ako.. Paano ang kitaan dito? Wala po kasi akong kaide ideya sa stock exchange. Kaya siguro alamin ko muna at linawin kung paano po kikita ang pera ko dito once na mag invest ako. SaLAMAT

  4. #4
    Naunahan ako magtanong ni TS, pero ang sakin sana 50K lang....yun lang kase ang extrang pera ko...

  5. #5
    1. assume ko meron ka nang emergency fund (at least 3x worth ng monthly expenses mo) at life insurance (kung may dependents ka). kung wala, maglaan ka muna sa mga iyon, at yung matitira, yun ang invest

    2. intindihin mo yung risk involved sa bawat investment. generally, the higher potential gain, the higher risk of losing money. eto mga available sa yo:

    -- time deposit: talo ka dito kasi inflation e 4% to 6% per year e time deposit mga 2 to 3% lang. pero sure na walang mawawalang pera sa yo

    -- bonds: medyo maliit lang din ang growth pero sigurado (di ko lang alam pano mag invest dito)

    -- mutual fund, uitf: ilalaan mo pera mo sa fund managers, sila bahala mag invest. dito pwede ka na malugi, pero over the long run, generally kikita ka. pwede mo din sabihin sa manager kung saan mo gusto na ma-invest ang pera mo. kung sa bond (low risk, low return), equity (high risk,high return) o balanced (partial sa bond, partial sa equity)

    -- stocks: kukuha ka ng broker, usually online like citisec at bpitrade. sa kanila ka magsasasabi ng balak mong bilhin na shares at sa magkanong price. pag tumaas ang price (at least 2%), kita ka na. take note na ang presyo ay pwedeng tumaas o bumaba sa loob ng ilang segundo lang. kaya high risk, high returns to. according to statistics more tsupiteros or day traders lose than gain. ewan ko lang kung tama ba talaga yun. safe advice e buy blue chip stocks, o mga companies na matatag, then hintayin mo lang. fluctuating din kasi price ng mga yan, pero over the long run, pataas ang trend

    -- foreign exchange, buy and sell ng currencies. high risk, high returns din

    -- business: can't elaborate on this one.

    3. payo ko: alamin mo muna ang attitude mo towards risk. tapos, basahin mo lahat ng tungkol sa mga investment na pwede mong paglagyan. tsaka ka mamili. kung wala kang time mag aral at gusto mong invest then forget, kunin mo mutual fund, ipalagay mo pera mo siguro 75% sa bond then 25% sa balanced o equity (kung ayaw mo ng risky) o kaya i-reverse mo yung allocation kung kaya mong makatulog kahit nasa risky ang pera mo

  6. #6
    pwede kita tulungan if wala ka pa life insurance well with investment din yun

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by adonisantolines View Post
    Nacurious lang ako.. Paano ang kitaan dito? Wala po kasi akong kaide ideya sa stock exchange. Kaya siguro alamin ko muna at linawin kung paano po kikita ang pera ko dito once na mag invest ako. SaLAMAT
    back read ka sa thread ng stocks -
    http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...=10343&page=64

    for sure your will learn a lot...
    I used to read this thread, then I test the waters with citiseconline.com, so far so good... 1 year pa lang ang account ko and its doing well... ***keeping my fingers crossed***

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by AkiFoblesia View Post
    1. assume ko meron ka nang emergency fund (at least 3x worth ng monthly expenses mo) at life insurance (kung may dependents ka). kung wala, maglaan ka muna sa mga iyon, at yung matitira, yun ang invest

    2. intindihin mo yung risk involved sa bawat investment. generally, the higher potential gain, the higher risk of losing money. eto mga available sa yo:

    -- time deposit: talo ka dito kasi inflation e 4% to 6% per year e time deposit mga 2 to 3% lang. pero sure na walang mawawalang pera sa yo

    -- bonds: medyo maliit lang din ang growth pero sigurado (di ko lang alam pano mag invest dito)

    -- mutual fund, uitf: ilalaan mo pera mo sa fund managers, sila bahala mag invest. dito pwede ka na malugi, pero over the long run, generally kikita ka. pwede mo din sabihin sa manager kung saan mo gusto na ma-invest ang pera mo. kung sa bond (low risk, low return), equity (high risk,high return) o balanced (partial sa bond, partial sa equity)

    -- stocks: kukuha ka ng broker, usually online like citisec at bpitrade. sa kanila ka magsasasabi ng balak mong bilhin na shares at sa magkanong price. pag tumaas ang price (at least 2%), kita ka na. take note na ang presyo ay pwedeng tumaas o bumaba sa loob ng ilang segundo lang. kaya high risk, high returns to. according to statistics more tsupiteros or day traders lose than gain. ewan ko lang kung tama ba talaga yun. safe advice e buy blue chip stocks, o mga companies na matatag, then hintayin mo lang. fluctuating din kasi price ng mga yan, pero over the long run, pataas ang trend

    -- foreign exchange, buy and sell ng currencies. high risk, high returns din

    -- business: can't elaborate on this one.

    3. payo ko: alamin mo muna ang attitude mo towards risk. tapos, basahin mo lahat ng tungkol sa mga investment na pwede mong paglagyan. tsaka ka mamili. kung wala kang time mag aral at gusto mong invest then forget, kunin mo mutual fund, ipalagay mo pera mo siguro 75% sa bond then 25% sa balanced o equity (kung ayaw mo ng risky) o kaya i-reverse mo yung allocation kung kaya mong makatulog kahit nasa risky ang pera mo
    @AkiFoblesia

    Hi ang galing mo. Idol, dun s nag start ng thread, its best to make an assessment and follow these advise!

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