Trading bands in the PSE come in two forms: Price Ceiling, or the upper price limit, and Price Floor, or the lower price limit.
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
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
“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
Want to take part in a company’s initial public offering (IPO) but don’t have hundreds of thousands of pesos to buy stocks? Fortunately for most of us, the Local Small Investors (LSI) program of the Philippine Stock Exchange can help address this common problem of
What are “Stocks”? What’s the difference with “Securities”? Simply speaking, stocks are shares of ownership in a company. When you become a stockholder or shareholder of a company, you become a part-owner of that company. That means you earn the rights afforded to stockholders, including
Before you take the plunge into stock trading and investing, make sure you understand what stocks are and how stock trading operates. Unlike other investments that are relatively safe, stock trading is generally risky and loss of money is a possibility. So if you want
You probably wonder: During bearish markets, should I sell my stocks and realize a capital loss or continue holding on to them and wait for stock prices to recover? Honestly, we cannot give you a best, 100% correct answer. But we can help you make a