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Category Archives: Stock Trading

All about Dividends in Stock Investing

We know that dividend income is one of several ways to make money from stock investing. But aside from that, what else do we know about Dividends? This article is a short tutorial on Dividend Income. Read and learn! What are Dividends? Dividends are money

(2018) Top Gainers in the Philippine Stock Exchange

Which stocks in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) are top gainers and which ones are awful losers? For easy reference, we summarized that information below. Investing in stocks is challenging, especially in recent times where we saw the PSEi suffer a huge 22% drop from

How to Read and Use the “PSE Board Lot Table”

How much money do you need to start trading stocks in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE)? What is the minimum number of Globe Telecom (GLO), East West Bank (EW), or Megaworld (MEG) shares that you can buy or sell at a given time? You probably

PSE Listing by Way of Introduction

In the Philippines, a company may list its shares on the exchange through one of two ways: Initial Public Offering (IPO) or Listing by Way of Introduction. IPO vs. Listing by Way of Introduction When a company conducts an Initial Public Offering (IPO), they undergo

What To Do if a Stock Gets DELISTED?

One of the things that could shock a newbie stock investor is the prospect of a stock getting “involuntarily delisted”. Being “delisted” means the stock will no longer be “publicly traded”, that is, it will no longer be tradable on the stock exchange. So what

How to Subscribe to an IPO with Less than P100,000

Did you know that you can invest in stocks — and also take part in a company’s initial public offering or IPO —¬†with only P100,000 cash or even less? Thanks to the Local Small Investors (LSI) Program of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), this is

Local Small Investors (LSI) Program in the PSE

“Pang-mayaman lang ang stocks.” This used to be the prevailing mindset of Filipinos as regards investing in the stock market. Pang-mayaman — or “only for the rich” — because a huge amount of money is supposedly needed to participate in stock trading. Not anymore. Local