Most newbie investors think that stocks are the best — and sometimes, the only — choice for investment. Generally speaking, stocks are good investment options, but not all investors will find stocks appropriate for their risk profile or investment goals.
For most people, bonds and equity (common stock) are the usual options for investment. We have already discussed these two asset classes lengthily. For a refresher course, here’s our primer on Stock Trading and Investing while here’s our tutorial on Bonds and Fixed Income.
In the past, we’ve discussed a variety of investment options for the average retail investor, including Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, UITFs, and Preferred Shares, among others. We now add another asset class to our investment portfolio. Here are details about Long Term Negotiable Certificate of Deposit (LTNCD) — a relatively safe bank product that offers …
You’ve probably seen this one already, as this investment product is being advertised recently on social media and on website banner ads. We’re talking about the Homestarter Bonds, a 3-year bond investment offering by property developer Ayala Land Inc. (ALI).
If you’re looking for non-traditional investments that are relatively safe, you may check out LTNCD or Long-Term Negotiable Certificate of Deposit. LTNCD is a bank product very similar to Time Deposits, except that they have longer maturity periods. While most Time Deposits mature in 1 month, 6 months, or 1 year, LTNCDs usually mature in at least 5 years. …
In this section of Investment Products, we compile various investment options that Filipino investors may be interested in. This time, we give you more information about the Preferred Shares offering of Ayala Corporation (AC).
Petron Corp. (PCOR) plans to raise as much as P10 billion by issuing to the public a new set of perpetual Preferred Shares this October 2014. The initial offer size is P7 billion, with an over-subscription option of P3 billion should there be extra demand.
One of the country’s largest conglomerates, Ayala Corporation (AC), is set to raise up to P10 billion through the issuance of Class B Preferred Shares. Ayala Corp. announced it is issuing 20 million Class B Preferred Shares at a maximum price of P500 per share. The offering period runs from November 4 to 8.