anabea wrote: »
Hello there! You may want to direct your questions regarding Sun Life thru me. Thank you. I am just new here on PEX;)
blu_flair wrote: »
hi, pls give info naman about this investment. whats the yield range (% int)? can you give me a sample computation if we're going to invest around 100-200K.of course you can use current %rate. how much is the yield for 3mons, 6mons, & 1 year? we're currently in the look out for a good institution to keep the money for a few months or yrs maybe. Is this risk-FREE? what will be the charges? thanks!
for those who have invested their money with Sunlife:
pls share naman if it's okay to invest here compared with the banks. thanks!
ellagirl wrote: »
Hi everyone! I'm Ella, working as a Financial Adviser with Sunlife Financial, I'm teaching people how to invest/grow their money. Aside from various life insurance products, pension and educational plans, Sunlife is also involve in asset management like mutual funds (peso and dollar). The return in investment can go as high as 15-20% annually with a minimum investment of P10,000.00 only.
If you just put your money in savings or time deposit account that gives 1-3% interest, it will lose its future value since the inflation rate is averaged at 6-8% annually. You need to find investment alternatives that can beat inflation.
If you're interested to know more about Sunlife investment products, you may send me a message or e-mail me at [email protected] or just text me 0917-5254283.
Sunlife of Canada (Phils.) is the first and oldest insurance company in the Phils., It's already 112 years old. You can visit our website at www.sunlife.com.ph for more info
foolcha wrote: »
So called Professional "Financial Advisers/Planner" must disclose risk and comission to its clients and must put the clients best interest before the company and itself.
With regards to the thread starter i don't think s/he knows what he is doing because s/he didn't disclose the risk in investing in this kind of instrument.