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There are things you can do to protect your investments.
There is a saying that you make most of your money in a bear market, but you just don’t realize it at the time.But in a stock market that has been falling for four months now, it is difficult to tell when ...
 
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Low share prices of preferred stocks in the market have resulted in high dividend yields.
As inflation rate slows down to below one percent last month, interest rates continue to fall this year.The 10-year Philippine bond yield, for example, has fallen to 4.63 percent last week from 7.35 percent in the same period last year. Lower interest ...
 
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How will the entry of the Ayala Group change the fundamental outlook of PHEN in terms of earnings and growth?
The Ayala group of companies recently acquired majority control of publicly listed company Phinma Energy for its power-related projects via backdoor listing.A backdoor listing, which is also called a reverse takeover, happens when a private company acquires majority control of a publicly ...
 
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Some reasons why ALLHC is a safe bet among investors during this time of market volatility.
Despite the gloomy performance of the PSE Index this year, which gained only 4.4 percent so far, there are few stocks in the market that were still able to register at least 50 percent return.Many of these stocks do not have sustainable ...
 
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Despite the low returns of the market, there are stocks that still managed to outperform the PSE Index.
It has been a volatile ride so far for the Philippine stock market.Only a few weeks ago, the PSE Index broke out of its long-term resistance at 8,150, which sent the market to reach a 52-week high at 8,419.Just as everyone thought ...
 
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The first company to go public this year is expected to raise P384 million.
Property investor Kepwealth Property Philippines (PSE:KPPI), Inc is the first company to go public this year after it recently obtained approvals from regulators to raise P384 million in an initial public offering (IPO). KPPI will sell 67 million new shares to the public ...
 
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The price drop was caused by a "fat finger," or typo error, caused by a local broker
Cebu Pacific's stock prices are back to a stable 87.00 following a major price drop on Tuesday, July 9. An alleged “fat finger,” or typo error, by a local broker caused Cebu Air's share price to plunge as much as 38 percent during ...
 
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Our financial adviser discusses the factors that affect the supply and demand of a stock and the things investors need to know to anticipate changes in stock prices.
If you want to make big money in the stock market, you need to be on the right side of every move.Sometimes, by simply going with the market flow, you can increase your chances of making profitable investments.So before you start investing ...
 
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With stable inflation and interest rates coupled with a growth outlook in the economy, bank stocks should start to pick up soon.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett used to say the time to get interested in stocks is when no one else is.Since the start of the year, bank stocks have been struggling to survive with the financial sector index falling by 3.4 percent at ...
 
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It's the biggest winner out of the five companies that went public in the last two years.
There were only five companies that went public in the last two years at the Philippine Stock Exchange. Most of them did not do well due to the volatile market environment.In fact, three of the last five initial public offering (IPO) stocks ...
 
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Esquire's financial adviser shows you how to profit from these winning real estate companies.
It has been a roller coaster ride for the Philippine stock market so far. The PSE Index started the year on a strong note, gaining as much as 700 points to reach a year-high record of 8,213 only to lose it all towards ...
 
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It’s easier than you think.
The fact you clicked this headline only means you’ve decided stocks is your choice of investment, or, perhaps, what you aspire to be the vehicle that will take your hard-earned cash to new heights. It’s easy to see why.Stocks are some of ...
 
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The Philippine stock market is off to a great start.
The Philippine stock market had a pretty bad 2018.In fact, a Bloomberg article said that it was the stock market’s worst year since 2008. (And 2008 was a really bad year, considering the world was in the middle of a financial crisis.) ...
 
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These are the stocks that profited the most--and least--in terms of prices this year.
The year 2018 had been pretty tough for the Philippine stock market.After hitting a high of 9,078.37 in January, the Philippine Stock Exchange Composite Index (PSEi) had been continuously falling and reached a low of 6,790.58 in October. It has since recovered--closing ...
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