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
Our Angat Pilipinas/OFW UsapangPiso team has been very busy this month of May in reaching out to our kababayans through our seminars and coaching sessions. Apart from our on-going financial literacy tour in the Middle East, we are also very excited for our learning events in the Philippines.
On May 24, 2014, we will be having our FIT (Financial Intelligence Training) Part 2 happening in Clark Air Base, Angeles City again this time with one of our original forum site moderators and finance blogger Garry de Castro and our friend and advocacy partner, Air Force rescue pilot Maj. Badong Dee.
On that same date, we will be having our first ever investing seminar in Lucena City called “Usapang Stock Smarts” with our friend Marvin Germo. Continue reading Usapang Stock Smarts
One thing I don’t like about stock investing is that it can be passively elitist. What do I mean?
Well, for starters, the terminology is almost like an alien or ancient language. They sound like words; maybe even like English words. But if you didn’t already know them, you understand nothing and might end up with a headache.
But what I really don’t like is when the discussion dwells on how much you really need to start investing. Continue reading How Much Do You Really Need Before Investing in Stocks?