Tag Archives: invest in the philippines

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 »

Where to Invest: Stocks or Mutual Funds?

Kung baguhan ka sa larangan ng pagi-invest, marahil ay nakapagtanong ka na rin kung ano ba talaga ang mas magandang paglagyan ng iyong pera: stocks ba or mutual funds? Pareho silang investment vehicle na pwede nating i-avail. At dahil nga sa maganda ang takbo ng merkado ngayon, maraming na-eengganyong mag-invest. Pero alin nga ba sa 2 ang dapat sa inyo? ... Read More »

In Investment, Time is Your Ally

Filipinos are very poor in financial literacy. As a matter of fact, only less than 1% are investing in stocks as per PSE update. To be exact, only half of that 1% invest in stocks. Same goes with mutual fund, for sure most Filipinos don’t know about it. That includes me a year ago, I don’t have any idea about ... Read More »

Unit Investment Trust Fund (UITF)

According to UITF Philippines website, UITF is an open-ended pooled trust fund denominated in pesos or any acceptable currency, which is operated and administered by a trust entity and made available by participation. Each UITF product is governed by a Declaration of Trust (or Plan Rules), which contains the investment objectives of the UITF as well as the mechanics for ... Read More »