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Hey, before you invest in Stocks…

If you feel uncomfortable every time stock prices fluctuate wildly, or if you feel distressed seeing you’ve lost money, or if you feel the urge to sell just because everyone is selling, you probably should review the basics of investing. Why? Because stock market investing may NOT be for you.

Philippine PSE Stocks Performance: 2006 to 2013

The year 2013 finally ended this week, wrapping up a rough, turbulent year for stock investors. On Friday, December 27, the market had its last trading day of the year. The 30-company Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) closed at 5,889.83 points — up a meager 0.20% from the previous day’s trading.

Top PSE Stocks of 2013 1H

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 the closing months of the first half of 2013. Let …

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PSE stocks suffer worst 1-day loss since 2008, what’s next?

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 decline not seen since October 27, 2008 when local stocks dropped …

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PAL, NXT, PHC, PEC face stock delisting

Four (4) publicly-listed companies are in danger of being delisted from the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) if they fail to comply with the public float requirement before the end of this month. The four companies are PAL Holdings (PAL), Nextstage Inc. (NXT), Philcomsat Holdings Corp. (PHC), and PNOC-Exploration Corp. (PEC).

New PSEi composition, as of February 2013

Gaming operator Bloomberry Resorts Corp. (Stock Code: BLOOM) will replace property firm SM Development Corp. (SMDC) in the Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) starting March 11. Bloomberry is currently one of the local bourse’s most actively-traded stocks following its announcement that it will open Solaire, a casino and resort entertainment complex, in the 120-hectare Pagcor Entertainment …

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