Special PSE stock reports for Filipino investors

James Ryan Jonas

If you want to be more knowledgable about the Philippine stock market and ultimately become a smart and successful investor, check out various special reports published by PinoyInvestor, a stock subscription service that delivers analysis and recommendations of eight (8) stock brokerage companies in the Philippines.

Take a look at these highly informative broker reports and recommendations which cannot be found anywhere else.

Special Report #1: Moody’s upgrades the Philippines’ credit rating but … (FREE Report!)

Good news! This report is for free. Simply signup or login to PinoyInvestor to be able to read this exclusive report. Find out the details of Moody’s Investor Services’ recent decision to upgrade the Philippines’ credit rating one additional notch. Despite the “stable” outlook, Moody’s tempered the good news by issuing a warning about the country’s performance. Read and discover about it in this special report.

Special Report #2: 3 Bargain Stock Picks in the PSE

One of PinoyInvestor’s partner brokers, Angping Securities, identified three (3) companies in the Philippine Stock Exchange that may be deemed as “bargain stocks”. Bargain stocks are stocks that are relatively undervalued with high potential for price appreciation. Curious what these stocks are? Then read this special report!

Special Report #3: Best Bets in the Banking Sector

Want to have stock exposure in the Philippine banking sector? Which bank or banks would be a good addition to your portfolio? Should you go for Banco de Oro (BDO) or Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)? How about UnionBank of the Philippines (UBP) or Metrobank (MBT)? Read this stock report for an analysis on the best bets in the country’s banking industry.

Special Report #4: Top Stock Picks for Dec. 2014 to Feb. 2015

Unicapital Securities, another one of PinoyInvestor’s partner brokers, believe that two stocks will OUTPERFORM in the next three months while two other stocks will UNDERPERFORM. “Outperform” means the stock’s possible return may exceed the average return of the industry and, therefore, the stock may be a good buy. “Underperform”, meanwhile, means the stock could fare worse than the industry average and is most likely a candidate for selling or disposal. Be in the know and get this report!

Special Report #5: Which of these 3 Investment Strategies is best for you? (FREE Report!)

Buy and Hold? Peso Cost Averaging? Market Timing? Which of these 3 investment strategies is most suitable for you? Don’t make an uneducated guess anymore. Read this useful, informative post which explains what each stock investing strategy means and when each one is applicable. This is a FREE report so click the link above right now!

Happy smart investing!

Disclaimer: The reports and content provided above are not to be construed as an offer, invitation, solicitation, inducement or representation of any kind. All information are not intended as financial advice and should not to be relied upon as authoritative or taken in substitution for the exercise of judgment by any recipient. Take note that investment in stocks may involve risks. Conduct due diligence before making the decision to invest.

James Ryan Jonas teaches business management, investments, and entrepreneurship at the University of the Philippines (UP). He is also the Executive Director of UP Provident Fund Inc., managing and investing P3.2 Billion ($56.4 Million) worth of retirement funds on behalf of thousands of UP employees.