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6 Real Estate Investment Opportunities Most Filipinos Miss Out On

Real estate is one of the safest and most profitable investments one can ever make through careful management and smart strategies. Here and abroad, the Philippines is considered a prime location for real estate investment, thanks to the property market boom in the past few years. Yet, most Filipinos are too risk-averse to take advantage of the high-yield property investment opportunities available to them.

On the other hand, savvy investors diversify their portfolio, including real estate, to maximize their long-term earning potential. If that is your goal, then you need to tap into these six real estate opportunities in the Philippines that most Filipinos miss out on. Continue reading 6 Real Estate Investment Opportunities Most Filipinos Miss Out On

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An Investor’s Guide to Central Business Districts in the Philippines

Whether you’re a business guru or not, you probably know the importance of finding a good location for your business. An ideal location should be able to satisfy certain criteria such as a steady populace, accessibility, good infrastructure, a well-developed community, availability of basic services and resources, safety, and many others which are all advantageous for business.

If you are an investor with plans to start a business in the Philippines, here’s some good news: the country has been able to develop central business districts in key cities and regions, which can be the best choice for your business location. With central business areas meeting the aforementioned criteria, putting up your office in those prime locations means better and higher chances of making your business thrive.

Below is a list of the CBDs in the Philippines, plus some basic information you need to know about each of them: Continue reading An Investor’s Guide to Central Business Districts in the Philippines

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5 Qualities You Should Look For In A Good Stock Investment

One of the most respected investing icons in this generation is Warren Buffet. You may have heard from experienced traders and investors that Warren isn’t actually investing in stocks. But that he is actually buying companies.

In a way, if you buy shares of a good company, you are indeed buying a portion of it. You become a part owner.

Mind you, Warren Buffet is not the type of investor who buys stocks on a whim. He looks at certain factors when picking stocks for long term investment. Continue reading 5 Qualities You Should Look For In A Good Stock Investment

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You’ll Be Sorry If You Miss This FREE Training Video

Hey Friends.

If you’re sick and tired of your job, well here’s a good news.

There’s a growing Billion Dollar industry that every aspiring entrepreneur should consider.

The industry where Apple (maker of iPhone) and invested hundreds of millions of dollars because they saw the growth potential.

Go to this link for more details: Continue reading You’ll Be Sorry If You Miss This FREE Training Video

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How To Make Money When You Literally Have No More Cash In Your Pocket

So you don’t have a job now. Or your business isn’t doing well. Or you simply just failed to manage your finances in the previous month and your bills are starting to pile up. Overdue notices have been slipping under your door while you are sleeping.What are you gonna do now? Should you immediately borrow money from a loan shark?

Here are a few suggestions that you can consider if you are cash-strapped today. Continue reading How To Make Money When You Literally Have No More Cash In Your Pocket

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Top 10 Money Tips for OFWs on Christmas Vacation

With Christmas less than two weeks away, more and more of our kababayans are coming home to spend the holidays with their families. After living and working abroad with little to no family with them, returning home for the holidays is a much-awaited homecoming for overseas Filipino workers (OFWs). From balikbayan boxes filled to the brim and nightly reunions, the Christmas holidays is a grand celebrations for OFWs, and an expensive one. Continue reading Top 10 Money Tips for OFWs on Christmas Vacation

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Press Release: Money Matters Focus of Klik Books Event

Experts agree that the Philippine economy is looking good. However, no amount of direct investments, infrastructure boom, or low inflation would instantly improve everyone’s money situation. Most Filipinos need to learn how to start planting seeds of wealth now to experience the difference.


Klik Books, a new imprint by PageJump, together with many advocacy groups for financial literacy rise up to the challenge. Financial literacy is the common theme of its two titles to be launched on October. 23. Klik Books aims to deliver otherwise dry concepts with humor and engaging design. The imprint aims to popularize technical topics in the Filipino language to reach a wider audience.

To be formally presented is the book Bidang Misis: Paano Tutugon sa Paghamon Habang OFW si Mister by Gitte Quintos. The self-help book delves into the common experiences of OFW families from the point of view of wives and mothers, who are naturally the treasurers of remittances. The book has an introduction by Vice President Leni Robredo.

Also featured is The Adventures of Pepot Kuripot and Dora Gastadora by Burn Gutierrez and Des Feliciano. The illustrated book captures every Pinoy’s money situation in a funny yet very instructive way. “Through this comic book, financial literacy has been made more understandable and enjoyable. Bravo!,” says preacher and entrepreneur Bo Sanchez of the book.

During the launch, the authors will discuss how financial literacy among various sectors of society can be more engaging and meaningful to our countrymen. The event will be held on October 23, 2 to 4 p.m., at Megatrade Hall in SM Megamall. Among the launch partners are LBC and TV5’s OFW TV. For more information, please email

**Press Release | Contact: Ma. Margarita Culala, +639396112305

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Press Release: Join The 2nd Angat Pilipinas Financial Literacy Awards!

Be among the privileged Filipinos to witness this year’s winners of the Influential Author, Money Blogger, Advocacy Group/Partner, Institution, and OFW Advocate of the Year awards!

with live performances by neo-ethnic band Talahib,
the VoicePH finalist Darryl Shy, spoken word+poetry+music artists from Romancing Venus (featuring Kooky Tuason, Marty Tengco, Cecil Artates and Caren Tevanny),
singer-songwriter Acel Bisa van Ommen, and DJ Kyle Garon!

also featuring Mike Grogan, Jojy Azurin, Fitz Villafuerte, Ace Gapuz, Alvin Ang, Henry Ong, Dean Pax Lapid, Rose Fres Fausto, Rex Mendoza, Susan Ople, Ardy Roberto, Miriam Quiambao, and a whole lot of finance and investment personalities!

Click here to grab your tickets NOW!!

Hosted by EntrepChamp Paulo Tibig, Kassy Pajarillo, and Trix Esguerra

September 24, 6pm to 10pm
at the Asian Institute of Management in Makati City


See you there!!

We would like to thank the following:

Manila Workshops

Asian Institute of Management (AIM)

Truly Rich Club
Real Estate Maven
Klimex Capital Markets

Sta. Lucia Land
David’s Salon
Philcrowd Nutriwealth Multi-Purpose Cooperative
International Philippine School in Al Khobar
Jesus the Risen Savior School-DeLa Salle Accredited

Philippine Star
Radyo5 92.3 FM
Radio Republic

Want to be a sponsor or a partner?
Email us at or visit AngatPH Awards Sponsorship Page

Click here to grab your tickets NOW!!

**Proceeds from this event will benefit the financial literacy and social entrepreneurship mission of Angat Pilipinas Coalition to public schools and poor communities around the Philippines.

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Four Simple Tests To Do Before Investing Your Hard-Earned Money

Are you familiar with litmus tests? A litmus test is the use of a litmus paper to test the acidity or alkalinity of a solution.

In investing or business, you should also apply a few simple tests before deciding to pull out that hard-earned money from your pocket.

Here are our four simple investment “litmus” tests:

1. The investment offer must be clear and easy to understand.

No hanky-panky’s. No gimmicks. No tricks. No flowery words.

When selecting an investment vehicle or any business opportunity for that matter, make sure that the broker or dealer clearly explains their investment product or services. Investment categories such as stocks, bonds, and pooled funds are some of the most popular paper assets being offered to the public these days. “Hard assets” like gold or real estate may also appeal to you.

Before parting with your money to invest in these assets, make sure that you have attended seminars or trainings provided by the appropriate government financial institutions and have researched about them yourself.


2. There should be a good “chance”, but not a guarantee, to make money.

While you should be investing in assets that will make you money, an investment should not offer a guarantee to make big profit in a short period of time.

There are investment vehicles such as government or corporate bonds that offer fixed returns after a specific number of years. But don’t expect your money to double within that period since earnings from this instrument is relatively small, just a tad bit higher than “cash” investments like money market and time deposits.

If someone offers you a guaranteed return in the stock market, stay away from it right away.

3. There must be a ready market if you should need to liquidate or sell your investment.

There have been stories of overseas Filipinos investing in real estate and gold bars but were not able to liquidate them at a profit. Some could not sell their properties or condo units because the location is simply not profitable.

When investing in an asset, make sure that there is someone who is willing to buy your investment at a price that you desire and at a profit that matches your personal financial goal.

4. The investment should not be relatively expensive to buy and sell.

Have you heard about people being duped because they believed that they will get big profit if they invested a bigger amount of cash?

A good investment should always be affordable to buy and sell. It should also offer you a reasonable amount of time for you to decide before investing in them.

Are you ready to “litmus test” your investment options? To learn more about evaluating investment and business options, subscribe to Rock To Riches for FREE!




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P.S. 1. Are you an OFW who’s been looking for a investment placement where your money could grow higher than your time deposit accounts? Are you outside of Metro Manila and would like to start investing in mutual funds but have no personal advisors to help you out? Click here so I can help you open a mutual fund account NOW! .

P.S. 2. Bro. Bo Sanchez has appointed me as a coach for our young and new investors at the TrulyRichClub social site. It’s a fun, learning family with the purpose of “helping good people become rich”. I’m inviting you to join the TrulyRichClub too and email me at if you have any questions. Click here to join!

P.S. 3. My co-author/illustrator Des Feliciano and I have just launched our “The Adventures of Pepot Kuripot and Dora Gastadora” comic book! It’s arguably the first and only personal finance-influenced comic book in the Philippines. You may grab your copy at your favorite National Bookstore and Powerbooks outlets. Or you can grab your copy yourself at ilovemilktea in Las Pinas City. Now available also in Australia, Saudi Arabia, and the USA! Email for more details.

P.S. 4. Yes, our Cyberpreneur Philippines book is now out in bookstores! Check out the chapters from my fellow authors Ray Calbay, Fitz Villafuerte, Ginger Arboleda, Kristel Silang, Marv de Leon, Paolo Lising, Anne Quintos, and other great online entrepreneurs and experts! Score your copy here now!

P.S. 5. Send healthcare and grocery products online to your loved ones in the Philippines via BeamandGo!