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What is Phishing? How to detect phishing emails?

Ever received an email from eBay asking you to verify your account? Or from Yahoo Mail warning you to login otherwise your account will be suspended? How many times have you gotten a supposed Paypal email asking reactivation because your account has been hacked? If

PGX’s 4th investment cycle now open

The Philippines' premier egold exchanger, PinoyGoldeXchange (PGX), is now accepting unit reservations for its 4th investment cycle. The new cycle will run from October 1 until December 31, 2006. Deadline to submit reservations is on October 9th. Important details related to PGX's 4th investment cycle: Minimum investment: 1

Adsense tips straight from Google

In the Optimization Tips for your Google Adsense Ads article, we summarized optimization tips that can help Adsense publishers earn more as explained in detail in the Adsense Blog. Hungry for more Adsense tips? Here's what we got directly from Google. This is a concise list of

PMT hit by “typhoon” during the weekend

A different kind of typhoon battered the PinoyMoneyTalk.com site during the weekend, but it was not the same typhoon that ravaged several countries in the region. The site was down for several hours and at times that it loaded, posting in the forum took longer

October Member of the Month: Emo

Emo. Ask him a thing or two about cooperatives, entrepreneurship, or money management and he certainly has loads of insightful things to talk about. 5. When not online, what do you usually do?  i sleep. pero seriously, half my waking hours is online kasi trabaho

Test: What type of investor are you?

Here’s a simple, six-question test to check what type of investor you are. Don’t worry, there are no right or wrong answers. Your score is simply an indication of how you balance risk and opportunity. The corresponding meaning of your score illustrates a suggested mix

Are UITFs right for you?

You’ve learned what UITFs are and how they are different from mutual funds. You’ve decided to invest in UITFs. But are they really right for you?

UITFs vs. Mutual Funds

Both are pooled funds. Both offer higher returns compared to banks but also are not risk free. Both are measured in terms of the net asset value per unit (NAVPu) or share (NAVPS). So what’s the difference between UITFs and Mutual Funds? A unit investment