Let’s settle this thing once and for all.
A lot of accountants think that auditors must do their auditing jobs efficiently. They believe that auditors must do their research assignments first before asking too many non-sense questions in an interview that lasts at least two favorite primetime shows or Koreanovelas.
Continue reading Accountants and Auditors Are Two Different Dinosaur Species
Sorry, I’m not talking about romantic and infatuated love affairs. This is about how distance and the social media played effective roles in building business relationships and serving other people in our recently concluded personal finance and investment literacy seminar held in Singapore.
Continue reading Long-Distance Relationships Can Work (3,961 Miles Away)
There is one popular investment guru and columnist who’s a known hardcore active stock market trader and totally hates the cost-averaging method of investing. One guy posted a comment on the guru’s Twitter account saying that “Cost Averaging” is an effective strategy than having no strategy at all. The popular guru replied, “Doing bad is better than doing nothing at all?”
That’s how he hates “laziness”. That’s how he hates passive investing using the cost averaging method.
Continue reading Your “Laziness” Can Make You Rich…(Wehhh???)
Have you ever experienced getting squeezed between intellectual friends or acquaintances in one chatting occasion? Like you were in a middle of three English-speaking geeks talking about Star Trek and Harry Potter when in fact you still do not understand until now what those movies really are all about?
Continue reading Are You Geek?
You should not invest in the stock market if you don’t want to secure your family’s future.
If you want to be dependent on your children and other people during your retirement years, don’t invest in the stock market.
Continue reading Why You Should Not Invest in The Stock Market
While people are going gaga over the implementation of RA 10175 or known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, a prior Act has been signed by President Pnoy back in August: RA 10173 or the Data Privacy Act of 2012.
Continue reading Before RA 10175, There was RA 10173
When a fellow investment advocate urged me to start an online movement to teach overseas Filipino workers on investing, entrepreneurship, and personal finance, I began to realize that this must be the reason why this time around God wanted me back here in Saudi Arabia.
Let me go back in time.
Continue reading An OFW Must Learn and Invest to Achieve Financial Independence
It must be thrilling to see North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dancing to the tune of PSY’s Gangnam Style. And i would love to see his partner and his cohorts dancing the horse ride steps in the background. Truly, music is the way to peace. Ha. Ha.
Continue reading How Do Koreans Do It?
No, it’s not the latest gun model from UDMC or Armscor (Armscor and UDMC are local gun manufacturers, just to let you know). While we continue to support a gunless society, I still believe that guns are “necessary” to protect the people and secure the nation while moving forward to prosperity. Guns should only be possessed by responsible and authorized persons like policemen and soldiers.
Going back to Semi-Automatic S/I 1000, I’m actually referring to a semi-automatic habit of Saving and Investing. Thus the symbol or acronym S/I. And 1000, well, refers to the minimum amount that I’m actually “loading” in to that S/I program on a monthly basis which is Php1,000. Through money-cost averaging, your money will reap higher returns in the long run. With these programs, your hard-earned money will grow more than just leaving them in your drawers, vaults, or savings accounts.
Continue reading My semi-automatic S/I 1000