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Exploring the Three Types of Mutual Funds

One of the most frequently asked question here in Mutual Fund PH, and probably the hardest decision to make is identifying which mutual Fund company to invest in. This is the hardest question because 1) there are lots of mutual fund companies out there, and 2) because this is a question succeeding a decision to […]

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How to Plan an Effective Educational Fund for your Children

Education, without a doubt, is one of the most important legacy that a parent can give to his/her children. Without it, the possibility of success in this very competitive world is very slim. That’s the very reason why parents aim to send their children to the best school possible. However, there is one challenge to […]

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The Real Deal Between VUL vs. BTID (Mutual Fund + Term Insurance)

I really can’t remember when I first encountered Variable Universal Life Insurance (VUL). What I remember is the negative impressions and reservations that I have for this hybrid investment instrument, probably brought by the influence of popular western financial gurus like Suze Orman, Dave Ramsey, and the like. What’s a VUL, anyway I referred to […]

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What is an Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF)

With the ongoing development of the Philippine Stock Exchange’s (PSE) initiative to introduce another investment vehicle called Exchange-Traded fund, a lot of people in our Facebook Page have been very curious on how it actually works. Let’s check it out! Investopedia defines an Exchange-Traded Fund as “A security that tracks an index, a commodity or […]

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The Best Mutual Fund Company in the Philippines [for me]

I’ve got a very interesting email from one of you guys, and I’ve decided to share my response here. This is the email. Hi Nick, Among the three (FAMI, PAMI & PEMI), which do you think is the best? Please also take into consideration the costs involved, such as entry, exit fees, sales load, etc. […]

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What does “Make money work for you” really mean?

“We go to school to learn to work hard for money. I write books and create products that teach people how to have money work hard for them.” – Robert Kiyosaki I cannot recall when I first heard of the popular quote “Make money work for you” by Robert Kiyosaki. However, what I remember clearly […]