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Hey, before you invest in Stocks…

If you feel uncomfortable every time stock prices fluctuate wildly, or if you feel distressed seeing you’ve lost money, or if you feel the urge to sell just because everyone is selling, you probably should review the basics of investing. Why? Because stock market investing

Money-saving Ideas for the Holiday Season

The holiday season may be coming to an end, but it’s never too late or too early to learn these tricks on how to save up for the most wonderful time of the year. A tip? Shop AFTER Christmas!

Spot the Difference: New P5-Peso Coin vs. P1-Peso Coin

The new P5-peso Philippine coin is currently in circulation, and some people are saying they’re confusing it with the existing P1-peso coin. About this post: 2005 1 peso coin, 2018 new 5 pesos fake vs original, tayabak

How Age affects your Investment Objective and Risk Tolerance

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”

How important is “Diversification” in investing?

These days, a lot of investors seem to be “in love” with stocks as an investment asset. 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

How to Double Your Money using 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