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Build Your Own Money Machines

In cashflow 101 and 202 boardgames, our goal is to get out of the rat race and move into the fast track. And to get out of it, we need to manage our portfolio and build passive income that is greater than our monthly expenses. How do we do that? By buying real estate rental properties, building business, royalties and ... Read More »

Guide in Opening Philequity Mutual Fund for Your Children

With our baby coming nearly, I inquire in Philequity on how to open mutual fund account for kids. I know we can do that as parents, I’ve watched it on ANC On the Money segment with Rose Fausto as the guest. Parents, in case you don’t know her, she’s the author of the book teaching her kids on investing in ... Read More »

How to Monitor Your Mutual Fund Investment

I assume you already have your mutual fund investment account in any of the provider from the Philippines. Now what? How are you going to track the fund and monitor your fund growth? How can you compute for your growth percentage over time? To illustrate how to monitor your fund, I am going to use FAMI SALEF. After you send ... Read More »

Choose the Funds that Satisfies Your Risk Appetite

There is no such thing as safe investment. All forms of investment comes with a risk. In mutual funds, they offer various funds you can invest in. These funds varies in terms of investment portfolio and the the risk level it contain. Before choosing the right mutual funds for you, ask yourself you goal for investment. Is it for capital ... Read More »

Ignorance Hinders Us From Investing

In Philippines, there are only around 1% of the population who are investing in mutual fund. Considering that we are around 100 million Filipinos around the world, 1 million people investing on the very basic way of investing is a very sad reality which describes our lack of financial literacy. Reasons vary in many ways, but still the data shows ... Read More »

If Only I Invest Earlier

I have been working abroad for more than 9 years now. As I look back to those years, I wonder where my salary went? Then I realized, I’m a typical OFW trapped in a rat race, working hard to earn money. Investment is not on my vocabulary. House and land is an asset for me. And savings account in the ... Read More »