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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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Understanding the Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi)

PSEi climbed 1% or 65 points from yesteday’s close This is a common news in today’s bullish market, and as the trend continuous (where everyone is very optimistic about it), you’ll be hearing similar news every now and then. But, do you actually understand what it means? With our goal to make investments within reach […]

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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 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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Investment 101: Passive, Active and Advanced Investments

As a new investor, two main options are usually open: Mutual Funds or Individual Stocks. Determining what investment choice to prefer depends on the style you want to adapt. Would you be the conservative or the aggressive type? As differentiated by InvestorGuide.com, “Mutual funds are widely regarded as a passive form of investing, while investing […]

What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

The year 2012 has ended, and here we are, welcoming another year with fireworks and much noise to shun evil spirits and attract luck for the year ahead. Of course, the new year won’t be complete without having to list down our new year’s resolution. There are several default values written in our list, which […]