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#41 highyield

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Posted 04 January 2006 - 07:59 AM

hmm...i think Banco De Oro (BDO) will be a very good long term investment. or if you want you can bet on Export and Industry Bank (EIB) penny stock pa lng ito speculative and volatile hehe Pag kinain to cgrado above par na to

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Watch out for EIB next week. Suspended sya dis wk because of the disclosure. P3.3B cash/capital infusion by some foreign n local invstors wowwoweeee! haha

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Posted 05 January 2006 - 02:12 PM

are you a broker highyield?

guys...heres a nice site where you can get updated stock market prices.

http://www.pinoyfina...cks/default.asp

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Posted 13 January 2006 - 06:00 AM

For the newbies in the stock market, why won't you buy some bonds to start your investing. I quoted here an FAQ about small denominated bonds or SDTs. This type of investment is not without risk though. But it is better than other corporate bonds and less risky than stocks. Pag-na bankrupt ang gobyerno patay ka rin.

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Q. What are SDT- Bonds?
A. Small Denominated Treasury Bonds or SDT-Bonds are long term debt securities issued by the Bureau of Treasury of the Republic of the Philippines. The bond is an evidence of indebtedness of the Republic of the Philippines to the owner of the SDT-Bonds.

Q. How are SDT-Bonds different from an ordinary corporate bond? From an ordinary Saving account?
A. SDT-bonds differ from corporate bonds in terms of risk profile of the Issuer. SDT-Bonds have the full backing of the Republic of the Philippines, making it risk-free. On the other hand, corporate bonds entail higher risk that the Issuer may default on its obligations depending upon its stability. Further, compared to an ordinary savings account, SDT-Bonds are by far superior in terms of interest earnings.

Q. Why should I invest in SDT-Bonds?
A. SDT-Bonds are direct and unconditional obligations of the Republic of the Philippines to the holder. This makes the bond a prime collateral should the bondholder need to borrow money from a bank. Further, SDT-Bonds has a fixed coupon rate of 13.625% per annum, paid quarterly. This is among the highest yield that an investor can get from fixed-income securities.

Q. How do I get my interest earnings from bonds?
A. The interest earned from the investment will be credited to the bondholders account quarterly.

Q. What would be my proof of ownership if I invest in SDT-Bonds?
A. The SDT-Bonds will be registered in the Bureau of the Treasury’s (BTr) Registry of Scripless Securities. Since the transfer of securities shall be done electronically, confirmation slips shall be issued in lieu of the bond certificates as evidence of ownership.

Q. If I want to cash-in on my investments in the SDT-Bonds, do I have to wait for the maturity date?
A. An investor need not wait for the maturity date of the bond to recover his investments. Since the bonds shall be listed and traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange, he may sell the bond on the Exchange prior to maturity date.

Q. How do I start investing in SDT-Bonds? What is the minimum amount of investment?
A. Just like an ordinary savings account, an investor has to open an account and present valid identification with a broker before he can actively trade SDT-Bonds on the Exchange. An investor would need at least the minimum amount of investment which is Php 5,000.00.

Q. How is the SDT-Bond quoted on the PSE?
A. The price of the SDT-Bonds will be quoted as a percentage of its face value up to the sixth decimal place. For example, a bond with a face value of Php 5,000 is quoted at 99.000001. The market value of the bond is Php 4,950.00005 (5,000 x 0.99000001)

Q. What are the factors that could affect SDT-Bond prices?
A. The most important determinant of bond prices is the level of prevailing interest rate. As a general rule, the price of a bond tend to increase if prevailing interest rates fall and tend to decline as the interest rate increase. Other factors which could affect bond prices thru the level of interest rates are business cycle, inflation rate and flow of funds.

Q. Are all member-brokers allowed to trade SDT-Bonds?
A. Not all brokers can trade SDT-Bonds. As of 30 April 2003, there are at least 24 brokers accredited and allowed to trade SDT-Bonds, these are:

Abacus Securities Corporation
DBP-Daiwa Sec. SB Cap. Markets Phils., Inc
G. D. Tan and Company, Inc.
JSG Securities, Inc.
RCBC Securities, Inc
Wellex Global Equities, Inc.
BA Securities, Inc
F. Yap Securities, Inc
ICG Securities, Inc
Lucky Securities, Inc
Solar Securities, Inc
Worldsec International Sec. (Phils.), Inc.
I. Ackerman & Company, Inc.
A & A Securities, Inc.
Triton Securities Corporation
First Integrated Capital Securities, Inc.
Goldstar Securities, Inc.
Tansengco & Company, Inc.
Angping & Associates Securities, Inc.
Astra Securities Corporation
Globalinks Securities & Stocks, Inc.
Regina Capital Development Corporation
S.J. Roxas & Company, Inc.
Deutsche Regis Partners, Inc.


Q. How long is the settlement period for SDT-Bonds?
A. Unlike stocks which are settled three days after the transaction date (T+3), trade on the SDT-Bonds shall be settled on the same day (T+0) when the trade is transacted.

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Posted 13 January 2006 - 06:39 AM

There are only 235 listed companies in the Philippine Stock Exchange. If you don't know what stock to buy but you want exposure to the Philippine market DIVERSIFICATION is key.

Buy 5-6 stocks, one in each sector (property, financials, banking, mining, services, holding firms).

You must buy a stock of company that is big, stable and you must have an idea of what their business are all about.

Think long term and follow those companies religiously.

Set a sell condition like if the stock drops 20% or if the stock rises 50%. B)

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 09:55 AM

Hi MTC Moolah Experts!

Since college, nadidinig ko na itong IPOs. Interesado ako dito, kaso noong panahong iyon (ang sikat yata na IPO that time is Petron), hindi kaya ng allowance ko to get this. Ngayon may konti na akong pangsunog, pinag-iisipan ko kung paano maging passive investor.

Kung mayroon naman kayong tips on IPOs, I would really appreciate some info para ma-break in man lang ako sa raket na ito.

I'll post this IPO info I got from RCBC. I think it's about First Gen's IPO. Baka pwedeng i-case study natin...



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Initial Public Offering – Information Brief

Offer Shares
Maximum of 344,930,900 common shares with a par value of P1.00 per share, broken down as follows:

180,910,900 to 219,930,900 shares
- to be re-issued out of the Company’s treasury common stock (Primary Offer)


Up to 125,000,000 shares
- to be offered by the Selling Shareholders composed of FGHC International, AIDEC and Sumitomo Netherlands (Secondary Offer).



Offer Price
P51.00 to P62.00 per Offer Share


Over-allotment Option
Option granted by the Company to the Stabilizing Agent, UBS AG, exercisable within 30 days from the Listing Date, to purchase additional common shares comprising up to 15% of the Offer Shares to cover over-allotments, if any.


Eligible Subscribers
Any natural person of legal age residing in the Philippines regardless of nationality, or any corporation, association, partnership, trust account, fund or entity residing in and organized under the laws of the Philippines and/or licensed to do business in the Philippines, regardless of nationality, subject to the right of First Gen to reject and application or reduce the number of offer shares applied for subscription or purchase if the same will cause the Company to be in breach of the Philippine ownership requirement under relevant Philippine laws.


Minimum Subscription
100 shares; in multiples of 100 shares thereafter


Use of Proceeds
Proceeds of the primary offer will be used for improvements to existing facilities, investments in capacity expansion, which may include potential acquisitions of power generation facilities and the development of Greenfield projects. A portion of the net proceeds will also be used by the Company for general corporate purposes, including working capital and investments.


Foreign Ownership
Limited to a maximum of 40.0% of the Company’s issued and outstanding capital stock entitled to vote


Tentative Timetable

Domestic Offer Period – January 31 to February 6, 2006

Listing Date – February 10, 2006

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Questions:

1. Where do I need to go to buy shares?
2. What are the extra charges to look out for?
3. Sabi dito, ang Offer Price ay P51.00 to P62.00 per Offer Share. So ano talaga ang presyo?
4. How do I redeem my investment? May lock-in period ba?
5. Lahat ba ng IPOs OK pasukan?

Thanks. :)


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Posted 24 January 2006 - 05:40 PM

Hi MTC Moolah Experts!

Since college, nadidinig ko na itong IPOs. Interesado ako dito, kaso noong panahong iyon (ang sikat yata na IPO that time is Petron), hindi kaya ng allowance ko to get this. Ngayon may konti na akong pangsunog, pinag-iisipan ko kung paano maging passive investor.

Kung mayroon naman kayong tips on IPOs, I would really appreciate some info para ma-break in man lang ako sa raket na ito.

I'll post this IPO info I got from RCBC. I think it's about First Gen's IPO. Baka pwedeng i-case study natin...

====================================================

Initial Public Offering – Information Brief

Offer Shares
Maximum of 344,930,900 common shares with a par value of P1.00 per share, broken down as follows:

180,910,900 to 219,930,900 shares
-  to be re-issued out of the Company’s treasury common stock (Primary Offer)


Up to 125,000,000 shares
-  to be offered by the Selling Shareholders composed of FGHC International, AIDEC and Sumitomo Netherlands (Secondary Offer).
Offer Price
P51.00 to P62.00 per Offer Share


Over-allotment Option
Option granted by the Company to the Stabilizing Agent, UBS AG, exercisable within 30 days from the Listing Date, to purchase additional common shares comprising up to 15% of the Offer Shares to cover over-allotments, if any.


Eligible Subscribers
Any natural person of legal age residing in the Philippines regardless of nationality, or any corporation, association, partnership, trust account, fund or entity residing in and organized under the laws of the Philippines and/or licensed to do business in the Philippines, regardless of nationality, subject to the right of First Gen to reject and application or reduce the number of offer shares applied for subscription or purchase if the same will cause the Company to be in breach of the Philippine ownership requirement under relevant Philippine laws.

 
Minimum Subscription
100 shares; in multiples of 100 shares thereafter
Use of Proceeds
Proceeds of the primary offer will be used for improvements to existing facilities, investments in capacity expansion, which may include potential acquisitions of power generation facilities and the development of Greenfield projects.  A portion of the net proceeds will also be used by the Company for general corporate purposes, including working capital and investments.


Foreign Ownership
Limited to a maximum of 40.0% of the Company’s issued and outstanding capital stock entitled to vote


Tentative Timetable

Domestic Offer Period – January 31 to February 6, 2006

Listing Date – February 10, 2006

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Questions:

1. Where do I need to go to buy shares?
2. What are the extra charges to look out for?
3. Sabi dito, ang Offer Price ay P51.00 to P62.00 per Offer Share. So ano talaga ang presyo?
4. How do I redeem my investment? May lock-in period ba?
5. Lahat ba ng IPOs OK pasukan?

Thanks.  :)

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i seriously would not hype much about this stock as a majority of Lopez-owned stocks are falling.. also Meralco is also having some problems with the government.... but to each his own...its your money
anyways..

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Posted 24 January 2006 - 07:32 PM

Pare,

I'm just citing First Gen as case study. But it does not follow na kukuha ako nito. Actually, I'm setting my sights on GMA dahil baka this na sila mag IPO. Gusto ko sana ready ako once GMA goes public. Balita ko din Robina will go public with its new capitalization needs.

Kaso nga, ignarante ako how IPO works. I'm sure other members would also appreciate to know a thing or two about this. So ire-raise ko ulit yung mga tanong ko:

1. Where do I need to go to buy shares?
2. What are the extra charges to look out for?
3. Citing, for sample purposes, the case of First Gen na may Offer Price P51.00 to P62.00 per Offer Share, ano talaga ang presyo nito?
4. How do I redeem my investment? May lock-in period ba?
5. Lahat ba ng IPOs OK pasukan?
6. When is a good time to get in and bail out, just in time for grate piece of the action?

Thanks pare.

i seriously would not hype much about this stock as a majority of Lopez-owned stocks are falling.. also Meralco is also having some problems with the government.... but to each his own...its your money
anyways..

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Posted 25 January 2006 - 08:30 AM

hi! yung #5 question lang masasagot ko with certainty: hindi lahat ng IPO magandang pasukin. kailangan tingnan mo muna kung ok ba o magaling ang company kasi sayang naman ang pera mo di ba?

chaka yung #1 question, kung RCBC ang nag IPO, sa kanila ka punta o magtanong o kaya gumamit ka ng broker. yun nga lang, siyempre may bayad pa si broker. :)

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Posted 28 January 2006 - 08:39 PM

For the newbies in the stock market, why won't you buy some bonds to start your investing. I quoted here an FAQ about small denominated bonds or SDTs. ... Further, SDT-Bonds has a fixed coupon rate of 13.625% per annum, paid quarterly. .. An investor would need at least the minimum amount of investment which is Php 5,000.00.

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sounds like a slow and complicated way to make money bro.

medyo off-topic pero me friend ako managed to triple his P 6,000 in two weeks buying what we jokingly called are ARROVO notes.

yung mga supposedly accidentally misprinted na peso bills. apparently a lot of people out there are willing to pay up to P 500 for a P 100 bill with a misspelled signature. at the very least ,whatever happens you will always have the face value of your bills. zero risks,aside from the possibility of accidentally spending it.

( and i'm sure those bills are going to be worth more once , and if, arrovo gets ousted or whatever ) hehe

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Posted 28 January 2006 - 08:43 PM

does anyone know how to get into the on-line simulation pse game? meron pa ba to?

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Posted 28 January 2006 - 08:56 PM

found the site. kaso close to employees of baron at ateneo - mba studes lang ang mga nag sponsor ng tournament. baka naman pwede mag sponsor ang mtc ng sarili nilang tournament dun. i'm sure there's a lot of sec insiders who can win that game.

yan tlaga problema ng pse. di na democratize.

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 12:54 AM

Stock market is good for investment. HOWEVER you must be careful for what Company you are going to be involved.

Remember, if you buy the stocks of the said company, you are a part owner of the said company, so any issue arise from said company will affect you because of your investment.

Like me I promote ABS-CBN stocks, because I have stock interest in this company

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 04:13 PM

ABS-CBN sucks dude! Better wait for GMA 7 to list this year. BTW I trade online with www.rcbcsec.com.

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Posted 30 January 2006 - 12:55 AM

ABS-CBN sucks dude! Better wait for GMA 7 to list this year. BTW I trade online with www.rcbcsec.com.

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GMA 7 post for initial offer last year However it withdraw its offer to the public, yon sana kukunin ko kaya lang nagwithdraw sila so ABS na lang kinuha ko.

I got ABS at 10- last year and now its 12.25 last trading and you think that sucks think again!

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Posted 30 January 2006 - 06:30 PM

Stock market is good for investment. HOWEVER you must be careful for what Company you are going to be involved.

Remember, if you buy the stocks of the said company, you are a part owner of the said company, so any issue arise from said company will affect you because of your investment.

Like me I promote ABS-CBN stocks, because I have stock interest in this company

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how'd it do last year ba? parang everytime i open the papers there's a report na losses na naman daw ang abs and are forcing highly-paid tv stars to retire to cut costs. how true? baka naman smear campaign lang ng ibang media outfits

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Posted 30 January 2006 - 06:31 PM

You should have sold it when it hit 16 november last year :)

peace!!!

GMA 7 post  for initial offer last year However it withdraw its offer to the public, yon sana kukunin ko kaya lang nagwithdraw sila so ABS na lang kinuha ko.

I got ABS at 10- last year and now its 12.25 last trading and you think that sucks think again!

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Posted 31 January 2006 - 12:48 AM

how'd it do last year ba? parang everytime i open the papers there's a report na losses na naman daw ang abs and are forcing highly-paid tv stars to retire to cut costs. how true? baka naman smear campaign lang ng ibang media outfits

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wala annual report for 2005, Yes its true na nagkakaroon ng mga controversies inside the management especially nun first quarter ng 2005.

About it's talents no comment about it, kasi wala naman nababalita sa amin

This is only Media company that I heard that encounter controversies involving its top management, controversies involving themselves.

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Posted 31 January 2006 - 04:38 PM

what is the best stock to purchase right now in the philippines. Looks like
the stock market is going to perform much better than 2005. Anyway 2005
is a terrible year. it cannot get any worse

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Posted 31 January 2006 - 06:22 PM

what is the best stock to purchase right now in the philippines.  Looks like
the stock market is going to perform much better than 2005.  Anyway 2005
is a terrible year.  it cannot get any worse

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Actually, 2005 wasn't that terrible a year. I've seen worse. In 2001, for instance, the composite index went below 1000 following the US invasion of Afghanistan. I had to wait months to recover my investment. Want to know good stocks? A good bet would be holding companies. But study their 12-month performance very carefully. If you can get a 24-month performance, better yet. If you're into speculation, you don't want to buy a stock that already seems to have peaked. Blue chips such as San Miguel and PLDT would also be good, whether you're into speculation or growth. There are also stocks that very seldom move (eg. Jolibee), but they would do well if you're into growth. As for banks, they're so unpredictable. A simple report on the level of bad debt, and the stock could fall.

As for 2006, the stock market may become more volatile because of the political situation. Over the past few months, we've had some kind of a holiday truce. That kept the market stable, in a way.

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Posted 31 January 2006 - 06:49 PM

dati anti GMA ako. pero all these anti-GMA controversies are harmful to my stock market activities (i haven't sold yet) kaya wala na muna ako anti GMA sentiments..till i sell my stocks hehehe




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