Stockbrokers play a critical role because all trades in the Philippine Stock Exchange have to be done through a broker. That’s why getting a good broker is as essential as making the correct investment choices. There are dozens of companies offering stock brokerage services in
What a bumpy 6-month ride it has been. The first half of 2013 ended a week ago, closing a turbulent chapter on stock market investing that saw investors in exuberance and euphoria during the first months of the year and in panic and distress in
Philippine stocks experienced a sharp one-day drop yesterday, recording the worst stock market performance since 2008, during the collapse of investment banking giant Lehman Brothers. The Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) registered a huge 6.75% loss yesterday (June 13, 2013), closing at 6,114.08 — a steep
We bring you another set of broker recommendations for the month of March 2013. Last time, we wrote about the January 2013 buy-or-sell recommendations of Maybank ATR Kim Eng and CitisecOnline. This time, Maybank ATR Kim Eng, a Malaysian bank that partnered with a Philippine
I’ve always had this love-hate relationship with the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI). In the past, I’ve ranted about their customer service, the ATMs that do not dispense cash, BPI’s smartphone iOS app which proved too tedious to download and my missing stocks in BPI Trade’s
Back in 2009, we listed down Philippine stock brokers offering then an online trading platform. Times have changed and, four years later, more brokers have started offering online trading, with some attempting to differentiate their service.
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The good thing is that more and more Filipinos are now looking at stocks as a viable investment instrument. The goal is, of course, to have more Filipino citizens who are financially literate, because that is key to developing the financial markets that could help