When it comes to investing, FINANCIAL LITERACY is the starting point. Like what I said in my previous blogs, we all need it because it does affect our daily lives.
The stock market has been crashing the past few weeks. I’m not worried nor am I sad. As I posted in my Facebook wall, “I am keeping calm and investing on.” Why?
The basic definition of a stock is “ownership in a business.” [Read more…]
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” This is just one of the sayings we grew up with. We’ve got dozens of these that put emphasis on health. It only goes to show that health is one of our major priorities.
The following are health maxims that we try to live by: eat a balanced meal, have a good night’s sleep, and drink 8 glasses of water a day. This is the ideal scenario, but let’s be honest – there are times that we just crave for junk food, pizza, and other fast food meals. Kids nowadays, instead of playing outside are glued to their video games. This is the reason why we should take extra care of our health.
You know what they always say, “Health is Wealth”. Having a lot of money is useless if you are not in good shape. How can we enjoy what life has to offer if we are sick or lacking energy?
But aside from the fact that Health is Wealth, in today’s society, “Wealth is Health” is [Read more…]
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Stock market traders take advantage of this up and down movements.
They will buy when the prices are low, and sell when the prices are high.
This can happen in a matter of minutes. Mabilisang kita, but it is risky because the buying and selling should be timed exactly. If not, they will lose money.
What if there is a way to invest in the stock market that is steady and safer? Regardless of your age, income, and experience, you can be part of the growth of the Philippine stock market. How? through Peso Cost Averaging.
Peso Cost Averaging is a strategy that long-term investors use to invest in the stock market. It involves investing a fixed amount of money at regular intervals over a long period of time (10- 20 years).You do this regardless of the situation in the market, government, or the rest of the world.
You can master this strategy in 3 simple steps: [Read more…]
When you go around our country, you’ll see proof of the Filipino dream of owning a business. In every corner, you’ll most likely see a sari-sari store, a food cart, or an internet shop. Year after year, you cannot stop entrepinoys from putting up a business of their own. Not all of us can afford to put up our own business or even have the time to manage it. So, how can an average Filipino go into business with only P5000?
Did you know, with that amount, you can already be part owner of every SM mall with Henry Sy [Read more…]