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Monthly Archives: March 2009

How to make money online with Clickbank

A lot of people have been writing us in the past asking why we don’t recently feature a lot of “make money online” opportunities. The simple answer is that we can’t find a lot of genuine online income opportunities. Most of the money-making schemes found

(2009) Top 10 Richest People in the World

The world’s richest people are now getting “poorer.” According to the 2009 Forbes list of The World’s Billionaires, there are now only 793 billionaires around the world — down from 1,132 in the 2008 Richest People list. Their collective net worth is “just” $2.4 trillion,

What is Google Adsense’s “interest-based advertising”?

A week ago, Google Adsense sent publishers an email informing them of the upcoming launch of interest-based advertising and what changes must be implemented in the site’s Privacy Policy. What is “interest-based advertising”? It is basically a way for Google advertisers to reach more targeted

PDIC coverage of P500,000 to take effect when?

The minimum amount needed to invest in the Philippine National Bank (PNB)’s Long-Term Negotiable Certificate of Deposit (LTNCD) is P500,000 or around US$10,400. According to the PNB representative I talked to, this entire amount is already covered by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC). I

Filipino billionaires in 2009

Who are the richest Filipinos? How many Filipino billionaires are there? Among the three — Henry Sy, Lucio Tan and Jaime Zobel de Ayala — who is currently the richest? If you know the answers to these questions, then you are most likely following the

Philippine National Bank (PNB)’s LTNCD offering

Those looking for safe but higher-yielding instruments can turn to Long-Term Negotiable Certificates of Deposits (LTNCD). The Philippine National Bank is expected to issue a minimum of P3 billion worth of LTNCDs in the next few days. What is LTNCD? Long-term negotiable certificates of deposits

San Miguel Brewery (SMB) bonds in the Philippines

In what is touted as the biggest corporate bond issue in the Philippines, beer company San Miguel Brewery, Inc. (SMB) successfully raised P38.8 billion or US$800 million during this week’s sale of its fixed-rate bonds. About this post: bonds in the philippines, bonds, philippine bonds,

Petition to PDIC: Do NOT mail valid claims payment!

Depositors of the closed Legacy rural banks have little reason to rejoice when the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC) announced on March 9 that all depositors, including those with deposit balances of more than P100,000.00, can now submit claims. That’s because according to the PDIC,