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The PinoyMoneyTalk (PMT) forum has opened a new folder exclusive for the discussion of individual stocks of listed firms traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

Members can now share news and updates about each PSE-traded company and discuss their forecast and opinion on the future prices of these stocks.

Here’s the link to the forum discussing PSE-listed firms: PSE Stocks Discussion







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13 thoughts on “Philippine forum on PSE stocks, listed companies”

  1. elmot says:

    oks…thanks for the info pmt

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  2. GoBusiness101 says:

    Thanks for the info. Hope it will help us alot.

  3. Millionaire Acts says:

    Thanks for this info James! Your forum is really great. I hope I can also establish a forum such as yours in my blog since we share the same niche. However, I just heard that forums are easily the target of hackers.

    A friend of mine who runs a new forum said that someone registered a lot of accounts in his forum with only 1 IP address. And the intention is to spam the forum. So they have to delete it one by one.

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  4. Natalie says:

    Back on my Google Reader. Taken a few months off, but I love your blog and will be reading reularly

  5. Gus Cosio says:

    I would like to encourage everyone who would like to sustain a forum on Philippine stocks to continue posting here. Personally, I’d like to contribute regularly and post portions of my daily insights here. I normally post it on my blog site http://guscosio.wordpress.com which I try to update on a daily basis on weekdays.

  6. Gus Cosio says:

    I’m of the view that TEL’s finances would be unaffected by the MER/MPI M&A activity in spite of them being controlled by the same share holder. As far as I’m concerned, TEL owns 20% of MER at an average price of around 91 per share. Remember that they accumulated from a low of 65 to a high of 126. My math works it out that they have some positive values in their books if the value of their MER holdings is now, say, 200. The value gain should have some sort of impact on TEL.

    I also mentioned in yesterday’s post that I was sensing a push in SPH. I’m very sure today that a buy program is indeed going on. While I expect some resistance forming in the stock around 4.00 due to the traders that got stuck on the stock in the last buy cycle, my instinct tells me that the target of this cycle is around 4.50 at least. We may be lucky and it goes to 5.00. The reason why I’m comfortable on betting on this stock is because I’m very familiar with the company’s financials and operation and I try to stay in touch with their Investors Relations officer. Furthermore, I believe that there are specialized funds that are on the prowl for small cap companies with good brand equity for their products. One such venture fund told me of their investment criteria for small cap companies and I reckon that SPH fits their bill.

  7. Gus Cosio says:

    Over all, I think that our market should be in good shape. It is not as if prices have moved up faster than earnings because there is little evidence of that. It is more like local stock prices have been very cheap together with the broad market. We could see some weakness in the coming weeks, but I think it will only be in sympathy with the global equities market. Nevertheless, now that the fear to invest in the developed markets is greater, the level of comfort of investors in the Philippines could just go higher.

    You can check out my other thoughts in my blogsite hyyp://guscosio.wordpress.com

  8. smithkline says:

    nice article

  9. uno says:

    is there a limit in stock fluctuation? example is, i buy 1000shares at P20.00 then is there a limit on how high or low the price will take example is that the highest is until P30.00 then it will start again for example original price is P10.00. is there a such thing like this?

    1. Lem_urieta says:

      there is a floor and ceiling which designed to protect investors, i think its 40% floor and 50% ceiling, meaning the stock prices can drop nothing but 40% of its opening price and can surge up to 50%, for example; mpi opened at 2.00, they can drop down to 1.20 and they can go up to 3.00, hope it helps

  10. kenneth says:

    is it safe to invest in shares of companies associated with pangilinan? i lost a lot of money from nenaco, then metro pacific, & the buying out of digital left me quite frustrated since sun is doing very well

    & first metro sec is a lousy online broker, they didn’t inform me about the tender offer of pldt for digital shares, the only info i got was last march 6,2012 informing me of digital’s delisting

  11. kenneth says:

    is it safe to invest in shares of companies associated with pangilinan? i lost a lot of money from nenaco, then metro pacific, & the buying out of digital left me quite frustrated since sun is doing very well

    & first metro sec is a lousy online broker, they didn’t inform me about the tender offer of pldt for digital shares, the only info i got was last march 6,2012 informing me of digital’s delisting

  12. Damion Silbert says:

    Good day i study your website usually and considered i’d personally say the many most effective for 2010!

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