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Caddin

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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #60 on: February 08, 2013, 11:40:22 pm »

Compared sa 1-3% interest sa bank, I earned 24% when I sold some shares ngayong January 2013.
But, I get guidance from Bo Sanchez.  Nag-subscribe ako sa newsletter niya through this link:   http://trulyrichclub.com/ .  Yung na-earn kong profits, tinatabi ko, tapos re-invest ko lang uli yung capital by buying new shares.

How did you start? How much was your initial capital?
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #61 on: February 09, 2013, 12:18:11 am »

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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #62 on: March 15, 2013, 03:02:48 pm »

^hi there.. same sentiments din po ako.. hindi ako makapag ipon ng tuloy tuloy kasi pareho pang nag gagatas at diaper ang kids ko pero i come across with a friend na agent ng sunlife.. nagsabi lang ako ng kaya kong iinvest kada buwan, then she gave me a computation.. nsa 650/month lang yung naging rate ko w/c is tamang tama para sa kin.. i have the option to extend it kasi good for 10years ito - puwede ko din i-cut ng 5 years depende sa kakayahan ko and puwede din iupgrade kung kaya ko na ng mas malaki ang hulog.. kinuha ko ito to secure my 2 children..  if you want po, pm me your numbers so i can refer you to her.. thanks po mommies.. malaking tulong itong thread na ito.. at least madami tayong choices kung san natin maaaring invest ang ating pera..
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #63 on: March 22, 2013, 08:28:32 pm »

I have attended before a seminar about Investments and mutual funds held by Philam. And by that nalaman ko na di lang pla saving ang maituturing natin na asset. Even yung mga pension, life insurance and educational plan din.
Naisip ko tuloy na dapat pala makastart na ako ng educational plan for my kids. Kaso po sa dami ng nababalita na nababankcrupt na mga nagbibigay ng educational plan.... pano po tayo makakasigurado na yung company na pagkakatiwalaan natin ay magtatagal talaga hanggang sa mag-aral yung mga anak natin?

Kasi diba mga mommies ang kapalit ng pag iipon natin for educational plan is magtitipid tyo... and pinaghihirapan natin yung kada sentimo na ihuhulog natin dun tapos ang ending eh di naman makukuha ng mga anak natin.
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #64 on: March 22, 2013, 09:30:24 pm »

Hi, signed up sa forex trading. May one on one training din pero may pay. Hindi pa ako maka go kasi medyo malaki,pero sabi nung kausap ko, maganda daw mag invest kasi real time e. Sabi din husband ko sa stock marketkamimag invest and pagaralan ko daw kasi maganda returns.

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Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #65 on: March 27, 2013, 07:43:04 am »

Hi Mommy Heart, how much initial investment mo sa forex? Ito ba yung currency exchange - dollars, pesos, etc?
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #66 on: March 29, 2013, 08:03:51 am »

Hi sis Caddin: Minimum of $100, you will be given a free training online plus a DEMO or practice account. The training and DEMO account is free. Let me know if you are interested sis para marefer ko sayo si Ronald. Kasi naisip ko din pag sa bank hindi nagalaw and magearn ng malaki ang savings ng mga bata in 20 years. And I also read about Bo Sanchez article on this, investing the earliest time, gagalaw yung money natin ng hindi natin namamalayan.
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #67 on: April 06, 2013, 02:56:10 am »

The time to prepare for retirement is now!
Starting Your Retirement Fund


http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/home-living/homebase/starting-your-retirement-fund
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #68 on: April 23, 2013, 03:18:10 pm »

kami ni hubby may 3 policies sa sunlife. it's aimed for our retirement and our kids education.

medyo gastador kasi ako.. yun bang pag alam kong may money pa sa bank eh magyayaya akong magshop. haha. but thinking about our kids and our future i realized that i needed to change my attitude. thank God naman na may friend pala akong nagiinvest na sa manulife and sunlife. kaya nung naginquire ako sa kanya, nirefer na niya ako agad sa mga agents niya. hubby and I scheduled meeting with both pero mas nagustuhan namin si sunlife.

with bank kase hindi sasabayan ng inflation rate yung pera mo.  i mean if you save 50k sa bank, after 2 years yung value nyan eh kikita lang ng maliit. but with investment and insurance companies like sunlife, aside from nakakainvest ka na, may insurance ka pa. :)
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #69 on: April 25, 2013, 04:35:30 pm »

I think aside from saving in a bank reliable cooperatives would also give benefit for us. Like for instance if you are a member then you will be having a dividend share every year. I also plan to have a specific amount to be saved every month then naka lock sya into 5 years bago magalaw ang money mo. It also give 12% per annum and it's not bad. Cooperatives are also free of tax.
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #70 on: June 04, 2013, 01:52:39 am »

Sa company po where i invested my money As of today yung performance depends sa funds is kung sa equity: 39.30% per annum, diversified 25.45%, and bond funds 25.68% ang kinita ng pera.
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Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #71 on: December 04, 2014, 04:41:49 pm »

Me and ny husband invested in One Lightning Corporation, more on profit sharing and  in 1-2 months guaranteed your investemnt will earn  with a much higher rate than the bank.
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Re: Re: Other places to save in other than banks
« Reply #72 on: December 05, 2014, 12:21:40 pm »

share ko lang sis,

ako naman yung last pay ko, nung nag work pa ako, inilagay ko po sa 1 time put up, kasi yung pera mo eh, 4 percent ang tubo every month. mas malaki ang amount na nilagay mo, mas malaki din ang tubo.
 at makukuha mo sya by december.

at start naman ng january, para sakin kasi ok yun eh, mas malaki pa makukuha mo by december, compare sa bank....... pero ok din po yung bank.


Hi sis happymama!

Saan po yung 1 time put up? Sa bank nyo po ba? Thanks!
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