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Monthly Archives: June 2018

When Should You Sell your Stocks?

Whether you’re enjoying a stock price surge because of a bull run or suffering from losses because of price drops, one question is always certain to pop up: When’s the best time to sell your stocks? During bullish periods, investors experiencing continuous price appreciation face the

Top 10 Quotes when You’re Losing Money in Stocks

Feeling down and disappointed that you’re losing money in stocks? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. A big decline in stock prices usually sends some investors into panic mode. A few traders would frantically sell their stocks out of fear, while some would look for other people to

How much is Citibank credit card’s Late Charge?

Citibank recently charged me P500.00 for not paying my “Minimum Amount Due” on time. Can’t blame them, it was really my fault since I forgot to make the payment this month. I don’t want to pay this Late Charge in the future so I did further

APPROVED: New PSE Short Selling Rules 2018

Short selling is finally happening in the Philippine stock market, with the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) officially announcing that its proposed Short Selling rules have been approved by the regulator Securities and Exchange Commission last June 5, 2018. This means the implementation of Short Selling

Best Criminology Schools in the Philippines

Would you like to work for an institution that is in the front line in terms of preserving the security and stability of a nation, like law enforcement agencies, security administration offices, crime detection groups, and prevention or correctional administration units? A Bachelor of Science

Profile of the Filipino Stock Market Investor (2018)

Who is the “typical” Filipino stock investor? According to the Stock Market Investor Profile Report published and released in 2018 by the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), the “typical” Filipino stock investor is a “Male from Metro Manila, aged 30-44 years old, earning not more than P42,000 per month.”