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tama si sir jonvel, congrats nga pala for breaking even, a lot of traders give up before that happens
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(03-17-2016, 07:37 PM)SCALPER Wrote: tama si sir jonvel, congrats nga pala for breaking even, a lot of traders give up before that happens

Thanks bro scalper.

My main investment goal is to build up a portfolio for passive income good enough to support me and my wife in retirement. but since I've been a forex trader my whole career, I cannot help but do some punting, hehe.

By the way, here is my portfolio (from heaviest to lightest), and the reasons why i like (or dislike) these stocks:

1. LPZ - share buyback, below BV, ABS election yr, stable income, Bayantel unloaded, but observe caution as this is a Lopez co.
2. POPI - ALI bought controlling stake at 2.25, so this is a very cheap Ayala co.
3. BPI - another Ayala co., 2% div yld, but 2015 flat income disappoints, so i'm looking to unload this soon (at around 91.00)
4. MBT - owners support the stock price, 1.2% div yld, but 2015 flattish income so I will also sell this soon (maybe at 89.00)
5. VLL - share buyback, below BV, decent income growth, 3.33% div yld (atleast 0.15 dividend this Sept), risk is this is a Villar co.
6. PF - this is the first stock I bought last year, bad choice so far, saving grace is 3% div yld, a SMC co. so this is questionable (tho SMC and TFI stock performance this year gives me hope)
7. FLI - below BV, steady income growth, 2.9% div yld (expect 0.05 div in June)
8. V - below BV, but income is flat and ROI is low, originally bought this as a stock div play (100% last Jan), so far not so good

banking stocks are safe, div yield plays, but incomes are flat.

property stocks are always a tad riskier, but my view is instead of buying a condo as investment, i'd rather buy the condo developer. stocks are a lot more liquid, and property investment I believe is overtaxed (capital gains, VAT, DST, registration fees, annual property tax).

hope this can be helpful, especially to new investors.
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(03-17-2016, 09:27 PM)Jonvel Wrote:
(03-17-2016, 07:37 PM)SCALPER Wrote: tama si sir jonvel, congrats nga pala for breaking even, a lot of traders give up before that happens

By the way, here is my portfolio (from heaviest to lightest), and the reasons why i like (or dislike) these stocks:

hope this can be helpful, especially to new investors.

Salamat sa pag share sa portfolio mo sir! God Bless!
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lol ang haba Smile nasan n yung next lesson ni master spy? GAPS!
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A good resource for learning Technical Analysis

https://www.incrediblecharts.com/topic/T...l_Analysis
aka Simple Trader at Bookaka.com
https://pixiutrades.wordpress.com/
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Hello Admin!

Pwede po ba e share ko yong trading tips ko dito? mayroong 8 topics po akong sa blog ko.

Salamat po!
God Bless and Keep On Learning!
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Sa gusto mag invest sa stock market please watch the video of bo sanchez on how truly rich club way.

http://www.goretirementplanforfilipino.c...o-sanchez/
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got to read this pages and I got many learning's hope to apply myself and gain from it thanks guys newbie in town ko ehehehh
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(03-17-2016, 09:27 PM)Jonvel Wrote:
(03-17-2016, 07:37 PM)SCALPER Wrote: tama si sir jonvel, congrats nga pala for breaking even, a lot of traders give up before that happens

Thanks bro scalper.

My main investment goal is to build up a portfolio for passive income good enough to support me and my wife in retirement. but since I've been a forex trader my whole career, I cannot help but do some punting, hehe.

By the way, here is my portfolio (from heaviest to lightest), and the reasons why i like (or dislike) these stocks:

1. LPZ - share buyback, below BV, ABS election yr, stable income, Bayantel unloaded, but observe caution as this is a Lopez co.
2. POPI - ALI bought controlling stake at 2.25, so this is a very cheap Ayala co.
3. BPI - another Ayala co., 2% div yld, but 2015 flat income disappoints, so i'm looking to unload this soon (at around 91.00)
4. MBT - owners support the stock price, 1.2% div yld, but 2015 flattish income so I will also sell this soon (maybe at 89.00)
5. VLL - share buyback, below BV, decent income growth, 3.33% div yld (atleast 0.15 dividend this Sept), risk is this is a Villar co.
6. PF - this is the first stock I bought last year, bad choice so far, saving grace is 3% div yld, a SMC co. so this is questionable (tho SMC and TFI stock performance this year gives me hope)
7. FLI - below BV, steady income growth, 2.9% div yld (expect 0.05 div in June)
8. V - below BV, but income is flat and ROI is low, originally bought this as a stock div play (100% last Jan), so far not so good

banking stocks are safe, div yield plays, but incomes are flat.

property stocks are always a tad riskier, but my view is instead of buying a condo as investment, i'd rather buy the condo developer. stocks are a lot more liquid, and property investment I believe is overtaxed (capital gains, VAT, DST, registration fees, annual property tax).

hope this can be helpful, especially to new investors.

good point on property/condo investment.
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