TGFI Updates

Financial Literacy

Saan Maganda Mag-Invest?

This is a question raised by some of the newbies online. They have the money and seems ready to invest but don’t know where to start. This is a recipe for disaster and prone to scam. By letting everyone knows that you are in need of help, you are most likely to receive messages from someone asking for your money ... Read More »

Opening COL Account for Your Children

One of the regrets I have in life is learning financial literacy at the age of 31. I should have learned it earlier and started investing at early age. I could have save and invest enough to retire early. Our kids will not have same fate. We promised to teach them financial literacy and investment at early age. For a ... Read More »

When You Invest, Count the Profits But Anticipate Losses

When we invest, one of the factor we are looking for is the return on our investment. Usually the higher the better. But we all know that as the return goes high, so ask the risk that investment have. Profitability of the investment is still one of the criteria we are considering. Return varies from one investment to the other. ... Read More »

Hog Growing Agri Business for OFW’s

Theres’a shortage of pork in our country right now. Prices are increasing due to high demand but less supply. Basic law of economics. For consumers, it’s not a good news. Most specially since most Filipinos are pork lover. While this is a bad news for most, this is a good news for hog growers. Raise more hog and earn more ... Read More »

7 Money Habits That Are Keeping You Poor

“If You’re Still Poor at 35, It’s Your Fault.” – Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Falling short on finances is a struggle that you do not want to experience! However, this is one problem faced by many. While we can say that success is the fruit of hard work and determination, one factor that also contributes to the standing of ... Read More »

Diversify to Protect Your Investment

For the past 2 years, I’ve been investing in various companies and opportunities. If there is one most valuable lesson I’ve learned, that is to DIVERSIFY. There’s a saying in investment community that goes “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”. This is literally true to protect your investment. No matter how sweet the deal is during the pitch, ... Read More »