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Do you want to be financially free and happy?

The journey to financial freedom and happiness is never easy. You have been working hard but you know that is not enough. You attended a lot of seminars, read several self-help books, and researched about ways to properly manage money. Still it seems like you’re too far from your

Free PDF ebook: ‘Retire Young, Retire Rich’ by Robert Kiyosaki

In the past years, personal finance advocate Robert Kiyosaki has been giving away free copies of his books. It may be his way of creating more buzz for his “Rich Dad” line of books and board games or another marketing tactic to promote his more

How important is “Diversification” in investing?

These days, a lot of investors seem to be enamored with stocks as an investment option. This is not bad per se, but intelligent investors understand that portfolio diversification is a critical element of an overall investment strategy. About this post: How is diversification beneficial to the Philippines,

Double Your Money and the “Rule of 72”

Have you heard of the “Rule of 72”? It’s a simple mathematical tool used to compute the number of years it will take to grow your money by 100%. Simply speaking, it tells you approximately when you’ll be able to double your money. About this post: Ano ang practical

Free Download: ‘Cashflow Quadrant’ ebook

One of the books I consider my personal favorite as regards personal finance is being offered for free — legally! Robert Kiyosaki, world-renowned personal finance guru and author of the top-selling “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” books is giving away one of his ebooks, the Cashflow Quadrant, for

Investor Risk Profile vs. Life Phases

Different investment assets, from Time Deposits to Bonds to Real Estate to Stocks, serve different purposes for different people who invest in them. With the presence of various investment options, it is not enough that investors merely invest for the sake of “making a profit”

Do you think you will be a millionaire in 10 years?

There’s an interesting survey conducted by the Associated Press and CNBC showing that just a few people in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom (UK) believe they can become millionaires in the next 10 years. About this post: WWW PERSONALFINANCE PH, pinoy finance