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Monday, October 12, 2020

Investment and Life Lessons - Part 18

 Here's the PART 18 of our Investment and Life Lessons series. 

These are the ideas we've gathered from our various readings on business, stocks, economy, money, war, love and life. Our list is getting too long again hence we're sharing it with the Filipino Investors out there for them to learn a thing or two. Cheers!
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  1. Beauty is a form of Genius, - is higher indeed, than Genius, as it needs no explanation. It is one of the great facts of the world, like sunlight, or springtime, or the reflection in the dark waters of that silver shell we call the moon. It cannot be questioned. It has the divine right of sovereignty. It makes princes of those who have it - Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

  2. Beauty makes no argument, yet ends them all.

  3. ‪It seems most of modern human problems root from the misunderstanding of statistics‬ - KPV

  4. Your biggest fan is a stranger, your biggest hater is someone you know 

  5. Gold is money. Everything else is credit. - John Pierpont Morgan

  6. Men have two lives and the second one starts when he realizes he only has one - Confucius

  7. Work is better when you don't need the money - MMM

  8. As in all things, sequence matters - Billions

  9. Necessity is the mother of innovation

  10. Sex so good the neighbors complain

Monday, October 5, 2020

Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines for Oct 2020

"Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the highest dividend yielding stocks at current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to income investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies that pay dividends.

We used FirstMetroSec's Dividend Yield data in calculating the numbers defined by the following formulas:

Dividend Yield = Dividend Per Share / Stock Price x 100%
Dividend Payout Ratio = Dividend Per Share / Earnings Per Share x 100%

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence specially on the more iliquid names with very high dividend yield as the level of payout may not be sustainable.

Data as of 02-Oct-2020

Friday, October 2, 2020

Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines for Oct 2020

"Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the cheapest stocks at the current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to value investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies whose current market price is selling cheap relative to quantifiable metrics such as earnings, sales, book value, dividend etc.

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence before investing specially on the more iliquid names. Cheers and enjoy!

Note:
1. P/E, P/B and P/S were arranged from lowest to highest (lower the numbers means they are cheaper)
2. Data as of 02-Oct-2020

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines for Jul 2020

"Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the cheapest stocks at the current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to value investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies whose current market price is selling cheap relative to quantifiable metrics such as earnings, sales, book value, dividend etc.

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence before investing specially on the more iliquid names. Cheers and enjoy!

Note:
1. P/E, P/B and P/S were arranged from lowest to highest (lower the numbers means they are cheaper)
2. Data as of 31-Jul-2020

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Investing in REITs: What are REITs? How do you earn from them and how do you invest in them?

What are REITs?
REIT stands for Real Estate Investment Trust. A REIT is a company that owns and operates income-generating properties like condos, offices, hospitals, hotels, and warehouses.

How do you earn from them?
When you buy REIT shares, you earn from them in two ways:

  • Through regular cash dividends, since 90% of the REIT's earnings are required to be given to their investors or shareholders

  • Through price appreciation, since the price of the REIT shares can also go up as the REIT company grows
To read our full REIT guide,
Why should I consider buying REIT shares?

You should consider investing in REITs if you want an investment product that has regular dividends and with share price upside. (Share price upside or price appreciation means that the price of the shares you buy can increase over time as the REIT company earns and grows.)

Basically, you get the benefits of being a property owner with regular rental income, all without having to pay a large amount of money to purchase property and without having to operate and maintain the property.

Saturday, June 27, 2020

Investment and Life Lessons - Part 17

Here's the PART 17 of our Investment and Life Lessons series. 

These are the ideas we've gathered from our various readings on business, stocks, economy, money, war, love and life. Our list is getting too long again hence we're sharing it with the Filipino Investors out there for them to learn a thing or two. Cheers!
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  1. The lucky man says it’s smarts. The unlucky man says it’s luck. The smart man says nothing.
  2. You borrow at 3% lend at 6% play golf by 3pm - british banking adage
  3. "The poor, the unsuccessful, the unhappy, the unhealthy are the ones who use the word tomorrow the most - Robert Kiyosaki
  4. The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary ― N. N. Taleb
  5. Escape competition through authenticity - Naval
  6. To create things, you have to be a rational optimist - Naval
  7. Either you lead, follow or get out of the way - Naval
  8. I’d rather teach an engineer, marketing than a marketer, engineering
  9. If you failed, that means you’re doing something. If you’re doing something, you have a chance - Robert Kiyosaki
  10. The first biological lesson of history is life is a competition - Durrant

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines for June 2020

"Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the highest dividend yielding stocks at current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to income investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies that pay dividends.

We used FirstMetroSec's Dividend Yield data in calculating the numbers defined by the following formulas:

Dividend Yield = Dividend Per Share / Stock Price x 100%

Dividend Payout Ratio = Dividend Per Share / Earnings Per Share x 100%

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence specially on the more iliquid names with very high dividend yield as the level of payout may not be sustainable.


Data as of 23-Jun-2020

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines for Jun 2020

"Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the cheapest stocks at the current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to value investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies whose current market price is selling cheap relative to quantifiable metrics such as earnings, sales, book value, dividend etc.

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence before investing specially on the more iliquid names. Cheers and enjoy!

Note:
1. P/E, P/B and P/S were arranged from lowest to highest (lower the numbers means they are cheaper)
2. Data as of 02-Jun-2020

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines for March 2020

"Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the cheapest stocks at the current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to value investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies whose current market price is selling cheap relative to quantifiable metrics such as earnings, sales, book value, dividend etc.

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence before investing specially on the more iliquid names. Cheers and enjoy!

Note:
1. P/E, P/B and P/S were arranged from lowest to highest (lower the numbers means they are cheaper)
2. Data as of 25-Mar-2020

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines for March 2020

"Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by The Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the highest dividend yielding stocks at current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to income investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies that pay dividends.

We used FirstMetroSec's Dividend Yield data in calculating the numbers defined by the following formulas:

Dividend Yield = Dividend Per Share / Stock Price x 100%

Dividend Payout Ratio = Dividend Per Share / Earnings Per Share x 100%

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence specially on the more iliquid names with very high dividend yield as the level of payout may not be sustainable.

Data as of 16-Mar-2020

Friday, March 13, 2020

Top 7 Rules in Investing by Warren Buffett

Encountered a really good Youtube video discussing the Top 7 rules in investing by the legendary investor, Warren E. Buffett.

I really enjoyed and found it quite valuable hence I've decided to share it with you guys!

Below is the summary of the Top 7 rules in investing by Warren Buffett compiled by John Pantoja and the complete video from Cooper Academy for your reading and viewing pleasure.


Enjoy and keep on learning! #InvesingNeverStops

1. If the business does well, the stock eventually follows
When you own a stock, you own a part of the business. If the business does well, you will also do well.

Monday, February 24, 2020

Investment Thesis: ABS-CBN Corporation (PSE: ABS)

NOTE: THIS WEBSITE HAS NO POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS. THIS IS NOT A POLITICAL POST. WE LIKE ABS SOLELY FOR ITS INVESTMENT MERITS.

Current Market Price: P 23/Share as of Feb-24-2020

Annual Sales: P 40.1 B

Net Income: P 2.1 B

Book Value: P 35.7 B

Current Market Cap: P 19.8 B


Market Position: Dominant, number 1 player in Philippine mass media

Risks: Franchise renewal risk, Rise of social media, mobile phone platforms away from traditional TV

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines for Jan 2020

"Top 25 Highest Dividend Yield in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the highest dividend yielding stocks at current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to income investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies that pay dividends.

We used FirstMetroSec's Dividend Yield data in calculating the numbers defined by the following formulas:

Dividend Yield = Dividend Per Share / Stock Price x 100%

Dividend Payout Ratio = Dividend Per Share / Earnings Per Share x 100%

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence specially on the more iliquid names.


Data as of 06-Jan-2020

Thursday, January 9, 2020

Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines for Jan 2020

"Top 25 Cheapest Stocks in the Philippines" is a monthly publication by Filipino Investor to give investors in the PSE a sense on what are the cheapest stocks at the current market prices.

This will be particularly useful to value investors a.k.a. those investors who like to buy companies whose current market price is selling cheap relative to quantifiable metrics such as earnings, sales, book value, dividend etc.

We would like to remind the readers of this website to do due diligence before investing specially on the more iliquid names. Cheers and enjoy!

Note:
1. P/E, P/B and P/S were arranged from lowest to highest (lower the numbers means they are cheaper)
2. Data as of 06-Jan-2020