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Archive for December, 2014

Recap of 2014’s Most Unforgettable Blogposts

Merry Christmas and Happy 2015, blog readers! I must say 2014 has been a wonderful year for me. I should thank you for being part of my awesome, adventurous and amazing year =) Here’s a recap of the 10 most unforgettable blogposts you all loved and shared online: The Millionaire Series: Alfonso Gonzales Starbucks Planner: […]

10 Biggest Stock Market Trading and Investing Facebook Groups in the Philippines

Who’s who in the biggest stock market FB groups in the country today? While it’s not a numbers game of membership, but the quality of discussions and how members have actually executed, won trades in their personal portfolios, and learned from their own personal experiences that all matter, these Facebook groups definitely have been 1) […]

Update on COL Model Portfolio as of 23 December 2014

If you are doing cost averaging and you are at the same time following Colfinancial.com‘s Model Portfolio, here’s our regular update on the stock prices: Note that the below COL Model Portfolio is based on the latest COLing the Shots report released last December 1, 2014 entitled You can never be too bearish when there is so much liquidity: As of […]

#CONQUER2015 Planner

One of the widely read posts here is the cost of Starbucks 2015 Planner and an option that I give my blog readers is the #CONQUER2015 financial planner. In this planner you have the following features: Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly Goals, not just financial goals Money Challenge 2015 Budget and Expenses monthly tracker Travel Planner Well-rounded […]

Game Plan 2015: Market Outlook

How do you play the game this 2015? Join us at Game Plan 2015! January 24, 2015 Max’s Greenbelt 1-5pm featuring Nikki Yu and Miko Sayo Registration Fee: Early bird rate Php800 (individual) Php1,500 (duo/couple rate) Walk-in rate Php1,000. Food will be served + Unlimited coffee! She is currently working in Wealth Securities and previously […]

How Do I Assess an Investment?

We have discussed the following Back to Basics personal finance articles: The Rule of 72 The Magic of Compound Interest Active Income vs Passive Income Good Debts vs Bad Debts YOLO or Delayed Gratification? How do I assess an investment? Over the internet you see a lot of people asking: Which investment fits me? And […]

YOLO or Delayed Gratification?

So far we have discussed the following Back to Basics personal finance articles: The Rule of 72 The Magic of Compound Interest  Active Income vs Passive Income Good Debts vs Bad Debts This time around, we will be discussing the concept of Delayed Gratification. If you check out our 10-point road to financial freedom below, […]

My 20 Travel Tips for Budget Travelers

so this is how I look like if im a cartoon =)thanks to Des and Burn of Angat Pilipinas for inviting me as one of their guest cartoon characters haha!Like The Adventures of Pepot Kuripot and Dora Gastadora:https://www.facebook.com/pepotkuripotdoragastadora I’m wanderlust. I’m stardust. You see a lot of people traveling to places, posting pictures and selfies […]

Good Debts vs Bad Debts

Welcome to our new article on Back to Basics of personal finance. So far we have discussed The Rule of 72, The Magic of Compound Interest and Active Income vs Passive Income. My goal is to educate people on these basic principles and get used to it as if you are breathing them like oxygen. […]

Update on COL Model Portfolio as of 5 December 2014

If you are doing cost averaging and you are at the same time following Colfinancial.com‘s Model Portfolio, here’s our regular update on the stock prices: Note that the below COL Model Portfolio is based on the latest COLing the Shots report released last December 1, 2014 entitled You can never be too bearish when there is so much liquidity: As […]