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NEW POSTED DIVIDEND (Apr 21~30, 2010)

Posted by Jovenazar Tabamo on Friday, April 30, 2010, In : Dividends / Rights 
To all newbie, please be reminded again that you need to avail or buy their company share before the ex-date. Dividends will be cleared to your portfolio account within 2 to 3 working days after the payment schedule.

Below are the newly dividend posted at Philippines Stock Exchange on date range April 21 to 30, 2010.

* Ayala Corporation (AC), preferred share for every 2.482 common shares held, ex-date May 03, 2010, record date May 06, 2010.

* Asian Terminals, Inc. (ATI), cash dividend of Php0.29...
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Posted by on Tuesday, April 27, 2010, In : Stock Watch 
Below are the highly recommended stocks
 from my broker. After I do counter
checking, I’m convinced that
theirs strong potential that it
might go up based on our
technical readings. And I selected
only the most or strongest among the list.

Please note that the below stock tips are fully from our own analysis for short term trading, if you decided to pursue on it, better to counte...

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EASY PROFIT FROM IPO’s (Initial Public Offering)

Posted by on Friday, April 23, 2010, In : Trader202: Tips & Tricks 
"Not as easy exactly, but every new IPO release
by the exchange,
we’re all like a wolves awaiting and
ready to bite for the easy meat share."

As a technical trader, I don’t read much about the financial statements of the company, IPO or Initial Public Offering in simple way is just a transition point of a company from the previous private to a publicly detained status.


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INVESTability Series Seminar - Apr. 30, 2010

Posted by on Thursday, April 22, 2010, In : Training & Seminar Schedules 
A series seminar about “The Stock Market” by Colayco Foundation and Philippine Stock Exchange – Market Education Department, BusinessWorld, Herword.com and KSKSMP Cooperative, on April 30, 2010 (Friday - 6 PM) at the 2nd floor of PSE building, Ortigas, Makati, Phils. Fee is only Php1,000.00 and offered 50% discount to the previous participants on this series seminar/workshop. You can contact also Mr Jamir at 6373731/41 for reservations.

Learning stock market latest trend is a no ending ...
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Posted by on Thursday, April 22, 2010, In : Stock Watch 
JG Summit Holdings Inc. (JGS) is one of the leading giant companies in the Philippines, where business interests focus on different public sectors, with the declared market capital of Php63,213,882,410.

At 2009 consolidated net income reached 1,332% as per their report submitted to the Philippine Stock Exchange last April 20, 2010. The company recovered from its losses in the previous recession, a reversal net loss from Php0.7 billion in 2008.

JGS current selling price 9.30/share last Apr.20 a...
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NEW POSTED DIVIDENDS (Apr.20 ~21, 2010)

Posted by on Wednesday, April 21, 2010, In : Dividends / Rights 
To be eligible to avail the dividends either cash or stocks, shares must be in your portfolio position before the ex-date mentioned. The shares that only purchased on the ex-date are not considered valid. Dividends will be posted at your portfolio account upon receipt of cleared fund from PDTC, this process will take most likely 2 to 3 working days after the payment date schedul...
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Posted by on Wednesday, April 21, 2010, In : Trader202: Tips & Tricks 
This is one common mistake by the newbie trader; you should not pick a stock on just because they’ve offered very good high dividends. Some company will post at least 100% stock dividend… nice huh? Imagine if you have availed this dividend, then you’ll be entitled of additional 100% of your shares on the payment date. But take note that price stock may drop drastically if the company didn’t able to meet the earning estimates. However, your holding shares dividend is still intact.

If th...
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Posted by on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, In : Trader202: Tips & Tricks 
Blue chips companies usually pays dividend to their shareholders, this represent as an excess of its earnings. They’ll pay their shareholders in the form of dividends and will be distributed base in a number of shares you’re holding, or the number of shares will determine how much you can get.

Unfortunately, public listed companies are not required to give dividends to their shareholders, like instance that the company is in-need of additional capital or fund for its expansion. However, it...
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ACTIVE DIVIDENDS (as of April 20, 2010)

Posted by Jovenazar Tabamo on Tuesday, April 20, 2010, In : Dividends / Rights 
Updated cash and stock dividends;

Manila Water Company, Inc. (MWC) , cash dividend of Php0.23 per share , ex-date April 21, 2010 , record date April 26, 2010 , payment date May 19, 2010

Jollibee Foods Corp., (JFC) , cash dividend of Php0.43 per share , ex-date May 4, 2010 , record date May 7, 2010 , payment date: June 3, 2010

JFC Special cash dividend of Php1.00 per share, ex-date May 4, 2010 , record date May 7, 2010 , payment date June 3, 2010

Anglo Philippine Holdings (APO) , cash dividend of ...
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Posted by on Monday, April 19, 2010, In : Investing 
It is always good practice to be informed about your investment and there are several ways by which you can monitor the stock market and your stock market and your stock investment, particularly, for the stock price movements, corporate news and updates and other relevant market information.

1. The PSE website (www.pse.com.ph) is a very good source of information about the stock market and the specific stocks that you invest in. The following are some of the basic information available to you ...
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Posted by on Monday, April 19, 2010, In : Investing 
To place an order “buy or sell” a stock can be done through telephone call to your agent or stock-brokerage representative, other option can be done directly online via the Internet.

Take note that buying and selling orders are all subject to a minimum number of shares as prescribed by the board lot table instituted by the PSE. Prices in the stock market may fluctuate accordin...

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Posted by on Saturday, April 17, 2010, In : Investing 
It's almost similar process when opening a bank account, the stock-brokerage staff will require you to fill out and sign the application form called Customer Account Information Form (CAIF), trading agreement, and submit the following documents;

Present copies of any two (2) of the following:
•    Passport
•    Philippine driver's license
•    SSS ID (1999 credit card type only) 
•    Company ID if employed by top 2500 corporations (with photo)
•    Major credit card with picture
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Posted by on Saturday, April 17, 2010, In : Investing 

There are hundred of licensed stockbroker accredited at the Philippines Stock Exchange. But your choice will depends on your type of service desired or required that suit specially to your needs. The types of stockbrokers can be classified into:

- Traditional : by phone
- Online : via internet

Traditional brokers are those who assign a licensed representatives to settle your transactions, account and take your orders via a written instruction, through fax or phone call.

Online brokers are those w...
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Posted by on Saturday, April 17, 2010, In : Investing 
"With a starting investment of Php5,000.00 you can already begin investing in stock market"

You must know how much you can afford to loss where most likely the amount you can afford to invest, you need to determine your financial net worth (what you own minus what you owe).

Set a portion of your funds in short-term liquid investments for easy access for any possible emergencies; such as bank savings, time deposits, and Treasury bills. The amount to keep on this investment will vary according to...

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Posted by on Saturday, April 17, 2010, In : Investing 
"Through capital appreciation or when there is an increase in the market price of your stocks and through dividends issued by the company you invested in."

There are two ways to make your money grow in the stock market:

1. Through an increase in stock price or capital appreciation - Capital appreciation is an increase of market price of your stock against the original price you bought it or the difference between the amount you paid when purchasing the shares or stocks and the current market pr...
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