Posts tagged ‘where to invest’

Reader Mail #35: Investing is Risky if you Don’t Save

Published: February 18, 2017 | Reader Mail | 1 Comment

Someone recently asked me where he should invest. Specifically, he’s asking me if putting money in the stock market is a good idea. Ask me if it’s a good time to invest in the stock market, and I would always say, “YES!”. But what’s important is not really the status of the market or the […]

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How to Easily Decide Where to Invest

Published: August 12, 2016 | Investing | 6 Comments

Where should I invest? How do I choose the best mutual fund? What bank has the best UITF performance? Which stock broker has the best recommendation? If you’re new to investing, then it’s normal to have these questions in mind. A lot of people actually ask me these, and my answer is always the same. […]

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Where To Invest in 2016

Updated: January 17, 2016 | Investing | 7 Comments

The Philippine stock market has fallen almost 6% last week, and has already lost around 10% of its price since last year. Many say that we’re now in the bear market, which is making a lot of new investors fearful, confused, and anxious about what would happen next. In fact, numerous people have been asking […]

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Take This Simple Quiz and Instantly Become a Better Investor

Updated: March 6, 2017 | Investing | 4 Comments

I asked a friend to take this quiz, and I’m sharing his responses below. But before you read his replies, make sure that you answer the questions yourself first. Are you ready? Which is the best investment? Let’s say that you have P1M and you are given three investment options. Investment A can earn 4% […]

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You Took The Quiz and Learned The Type of Investor That You Are, Now What?

Published: December 4, 2013 | Investing | 4 Comments

Last week, I gave everyone a “Personality Quiz” that will help determine what type of investor you are. If you missed it, then you can go and take the quiz HERE now. The quiz was just a series of five-questions, but each one is meant to test you on three aspects – readiness to invest, […]

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