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If You Want to Retire, Invest or Do Business

Base on Robert Kiyosaki’s cashflow quadrant, there are four ways to produce¬†income. As OFW, most of us are on the left side, earning money from being employed or perhaps for some, self employed. We are earning what we call the ACTIVE INCOME. Active income because we are paid base on our effort. Employees get their salary from their bosses. Self ... Read More »

Does Your Insurance Portfolio Coping Up With Your Investment Portfolio?

While we are busy building our investment portfolio, kumusta naman kaya ang insurance portfolio natin? Lumalaki din kay coping with the increase in our needs and cost of medical expenses nowadays? Unfortunately, insurance portfolio is something that most of us are not taking cared of. Or perhaps not reviewing regularly. Many still consider insurance premiums as an expenses. For some, ... Read More »

How to be an Agrivestor

AGRIVESTORS¬†are those who are actively investing in the agriculture. It may not be in any dictionary, it’s a term we want to call ourselves. We take pride on being one, helping the farmer feed the people. Most investors usually invest in stocks, pooled funds, real estate or business. Unknowingly, the opportunity in agriculture can be as high or even higher ... Read More »

It’s More Fun to be an Agri Investor

Agriculture is one of the most neglected industry in the Philippines. Though we are rich in natural resources and suitable for farming, the sad fact is that we are importing agri products from our Asian neighbors. Our current supply is not enough to support the country. As seen on the graph below, we are losing agricultural population very fast. Not ... Read More »

What Insurance is Best for Kids?

There’s a lot of discussions going on in Facebook regarding insurance for kids. I know all of us have different point of views. There’s no point in arguing to prove who is right or who is wrong. Whatever your view is, I respect that. For this article, let me share you my view about what is the best insurance for ... Read More »

My Son’s Investment Portfolio

As a financial literacy advocate, I want my son to experience investing at a young age. This is something my generation failed to do, mainly because our parents don’t know anything about investment. In fact, I only learn investing at the age of 31. I know it’s quite late compare to other people, but better late than not invest at ... Read More »