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To climb up socially,should more Filipinos learn to play the stockmarket?

jeganrrjeganrr Member ✭✭✭
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  • gotta lick itgotta lick it Member ✭✭✭
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    karamihan ng kakilala na sosyal ay mga USUSERA ..... usually the collateral is real estate or farmlands and the interest is 5/6.



    im not kidding. most of LOAN Sharks are Chinese and Mestizos living in opulent subdivisions.

    the stock market is not anymore for the elite because to the public online platforms. hindi mo na kailangan ng stock broker tulad dati.
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  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    Pinakamalaki talaga ang kita sa stock market. Sa Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) malakas kumita nang walang busisi ng stock picking at trading.

    Sa mga may sobrang pera rekomendado ko na aralin ninyo ang ETF....
  • IronHandofJusticeIronHandofJustice Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 13
    You do stock trading for financial rewards and the excitement that comes along with it. It was never been the status quo.

    Wala pa akong kilala na nag aral ng market kasi gusto niyang maging sosyal sa paningin ng ibang tao. If meron man akong ma-encounter na ganyan, I will definitely stay away from him.
  • alchemistofophiralchemistofophir Christian Communist ✭✭✭
    may mga personal na nagpapatakbo ng pera sa stock market, pero usually sa mga bigtime, pinapadaan sa third party para wala ng hassle, at mas efficient at siguro may insurance/security procedures pag umalanganin na. at usually yung mga third party, pinagaralan talaga kung paano/ano ang siste at hidden siste sa stock market.

    B) B) B)
    .V.. ..I..


  • jeganrrjeganrr Member ✭✭✭
    Bakit nagkaroon ng yes and no dito sa thread na eto?
  • BeerhandBopBeerhandBop I Am WHIP ✭✭✭
    to be honest, businessmen will just plainly go, I See.... when a someone tells them that they invest in the stock market. 

    in other words.. deadma lang para sa kanila ang stock market. ang pera ay kinikita at hindi nakukuha sa pagdadasal na tumaas ang value ng stock. 


  • gotta lick itgotta lick it Member ✭✭✭
    IPO pang masa ..... it is open to the public and you can buy the stocks through a designated bank. the capital is also small because the IPOs have a quota per person. the investment is only around 18-25k.



    my biggest profit from an IPO was Petron. it was offered for 12p per stock and it was sold for 23p around the 3rd day of trading.
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    to be honest, businessmen will just plainly go, I See.... when a someone tells them that they invest in the stock market. 

    in other words.. deadma lang para sa kanila ang stock market. ang pera ay kinikita at hindi nakukuha sa pagdadasal na tumaas ang value ng stock. 
    Puede namang ipagsabay ang pagpuhunan sa stock market at negosyo.
  • gotta lick itgotta lick it Member ✭✭✭
    edited April 14
    to be honest, businessmen will just plainly go, I See.... when a someone tells them that they invest in the stock market. 

    in other words.. deadma lang para sa kanila ang stock market. ang pera ay kinikita at hindi nakukuha sa pagdadasal na tumaas ang value ng stock. 
    Puede namang ipagsabay ang pagpuhunan sa stock market at negosyo.
    mahirap magpuhunan sa stock market. it is a big money market at hindi pang 25K lang.



    ang kalaban mo dito yun mga fund managers na nag-hoard ng stocks. 

    to be honest, i feel Insider Trading is very alive in the Philippine Stock Exchange.
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    to be honest, businessmen will just plainly go, I See.... when a someone tells them that they invest in the stock market. 

    in other words.. deadma lang para sa kanila ang stock market. ang pera ay kinikita at hindi nakukuha sa pagdadasal na tumaas ang value ng stock. 
    Puede namang ipagsabay ang pagpuhunan sa stock market at negosyo.
    mahirap magpuhunan sa stock market. it is a big money market at hindi pang 25K lang.



    ang kalaban mo dito yun mga fund managers na nag-hoard ng stocks. 

    to be honest, i feel Insider Trading is very alive in the Philippine Stock Exchange.
    Minimum investment sa ETF sa Pinas ay P22,500 lang. Kung wala kang sobrang ganyang kalinggit na halaga, aba, wala kang karapatang mag-invest!

    Aralin kasi muna hindi SATSAT NANG SATSAT nang walang alam!
  • KenClarkKenClark Member ✭✭✭
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
  • Kent_210Kent_210 Member ✭✭✭✭✭
    It depends. There are mutual funds and ETF's (diversified stocks) that are long term and less risky. But to play it short term (stock trading) is risky, you can lose everything. 

    If we want to encourage Pinoys, then the government should set-up a retirement plan based on diversified stocks portfolio for all Pinoys. Then give them the option to DIY their portfolio. 

    If you are into high risk and want to invest in stocks on your own, you should have a dispensable capital, something you can afford to lose. Invest it long term on an IPO or any stocks you think will be a bagger in the future. Think of stocks like Double Dragon, most medical marijuana stocks and crypto currencies. Stay away from blue chips like PLDT, Globe and SM.


     
  • jeganrrjeganrr Member ✭✭✭
    KenClark said:
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
    Am I implying?Yes,stockmarket is not 100 percent sure,but like you said,you can make intelligent decisions,meaning it's not 100 percent luck.But I agree stockmarket shouldn't be your bread and butter.
  • KenClarkKenClark Member ✭✭✭
    jeganrr said:
    KenClark said:
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
    Am I implying?Yes,stockmarket is not 100 percent sure,but like you said,you can make intelligent decisions,meaning it's not 100 percent luck.But I agree stockmarket shouldn't be your bread and butter.
    Yes, that's what you are implying. Read your post clearly. Duh! :lol:  
  • KenClarkKenClark Member ✭✭✭
    Kent_210 said:
    It depends. There are mutual funds and ETF's (diversified stocks) that are long term and less risky. But to play it short term (stock trading) is risky, you can lose everything. 

    If we want to encourage Pinoys, then the government should set-up a retirement plan based on diversified stocks portfolio for all Pinoys. Then give them the option to DIY their portfolio. 

    If you are into high risk and want to invest in stocks on your own, you should have a dispensable capital, something you can afford to lose. Invest it long term on an IPO or any stocks you think will be a bagger in the future. Think of stocks like Double Dragon, most medical marijuana stocks and crypto currencies. Stay away from blue chips like PLDT, Globe and SM.


     
    But then again, my pet, the less risky the asset, the less returns.  So profit-wise, mutual funds and ETF's are relatively not good investments. :wink:  
  • jeganrrjeganrr Member ✭✭✭
    KenClark said:
    jeganrr said:
    KenClark said:
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
    Am I implying?Yes,stockmarket is not 100 percent sure,but like you said,you can make intelligent decisions,meaning it's not 100 percent luck.But I agree stockmarket shouldn't be your bread and butter.
    Yes, that's what you are implying. Read your post clearly. Duh! :lol:  
    No,I did not meant it as a bread and butter but as an extra income.But it should be limited because stocks are risky.
  • jeganrrjeganrr Member ✭✭✭
    jeganrr said:
    KenClark said:
    jeganrr said:
    KenClark said:
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
    Am I implying?Yes,stockmarket is not 100 percent sure,but like you said,you can make intelligent decisions,meaning it's not 100 percent luck.But I agree stockmarket shouldn't be your bread and butter.
    Yes, that's what you are implying. Read your post clearly. Duh! :lol:  
    No,I did not meant it as a bread and butter but as an extra income.But it should be limited because stocks are risky.
    I mean,I did not meant that as a bread and butter.
  • DunedainDunedain NINJAneer gone Indie! ✭✭✭
    edited April 14
    Invested in stocks for over 15 years with NASDAQ (not telling which one specifically). What started as 1,800 shares have ballooned to more than 14,000 shares. My yearly dividends are around $4,000 to $11,000.

    Yet I still walk around in jeans, t-shirt, and the same Sperry A/O boatshoes since 2004 or Doc Marten's boots since 1995. And still makes "tusok-tusok" the fishballs, indulges mix-mix at the closest Pinoy point-point. Pero nakataas ang pinky finger and yells "Don't be afraid! Let's make cow!" in some rallies. LOL!
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    KenClark said:
    Stock market investment is nothing but gambling.  There's no guarantee of profit. Sure, you can make intelligent decisions but no one can predict the future.  Ergo, every market participant is exposed to RISKS specifically market and financial.   

    In other words, don't make it your bread and butter like the TS is implying.  Just like gambling, stock market trading is a MARTINGALE i.e. your expected return is just the same as your current value.  
    Walang talo sa ETF. Iyong piso ko noong 2004 ay pitong piso na ngayong 2019.
  • panis_na_putopanis_na_puto Member PExer
    Daming BOBO rito walang alam sa stock market. Ayos lang. Ako kumikita sila nga-nga sa kangkungan! 
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