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#1 Chinese Chicken

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Posted 19 February 2007 - 06:10 PM

www.philequity.net

ok ba to? diba eto yung company ni ignacio gimenez? yung author ng philequity corner sa phil star? may feedback kayo dito? parang mutual funds lang ata sila diba? o meron din silang fund managers who handle individual accounts?

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#2 scooby91

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Posted 21 February 2007 - 01:00 PM

yup. i started buying into this fund when it was still doing mga 2 pesos p lng.. now its doing pretty well. check mu na din prospectus nila. . . cheers!

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 04:55 PM

thanks for the reply scooby, pero how do i go about this fund? where do i buy it? do i just ask my broker to buy it or something? o sa bank ako pupunta? :)

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Posted 01 March 2007 - 05:53 PM

thanks for the reply scooby, pero how do i go about this fund? where do i buy it? do i just ask my broker to buy it or something? o sa bank ako pupunta? :)


if you have a broker, maybe he/she can handle it, OR
try to visit www.philequity.net
minimum initial investment is Php5,000 only

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Posted 04 April 2007 - 08:00 AM

you could also buy shares thru ebiz. :)

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Posted 12 April 2007 - 05:53 PM

you could also buy shares thru ebiz. :)


this is new.. whats Ebiz? online trading ba yan?
details pls...

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Posted 12 April 2007 - 11:53 PM

^Nope... it's a financial service company... here take a look:

http://ebizfinancial...=...ge&Itemid=1

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#8 julz2006

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Posted 13 April 2007 - 07:28 AM

newbie here...nice thread..keep it coming..i got curious and interested by these after reading robert kiyosaki(yah,late bloomer)...just wanna see if investing has a room for me...thnks for all the info..

somebody here proposed a networking night(from the uitf thread) for all like minded menyaks(hehehe) and i think it's a wonderful idea...

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Posted 14 April 2007 - 01:05 AM

^Nope... it's a financial service company... here take a look:

http://ebizfinancial...=...ge&Itemid=1

:)


Saw the website. Thanks.

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 04:51 PM

if you have a broker, maybe he/she can handle it, OR
try to visit www.philequity.net
minimum initial investment is Php5,000 only



..i wanna go into this..shoot them an email and got a reply back..is it how it's done,you just have to fill forms up,go to their banks and pay,then what..is there really no need to go to their office for something?...i want to do it but i would like to have some guidance from you guys---you were there first..thanks..ingatz!!!

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 05:01 PM

if you have a broker, maybe he/she can handle it, OR
try to visit www.philequity.net
minimum initial investment is Php5,000 only



..i wanna go into this..shoot them an email and got a reply back..is it how it's done,you just have to fill forms up,go to their banks and pay,then what..is there really no need to go to their office for something?...i want to do it but i would like to have some guidance from you guys---you were there first..thanks..ingatz!!!

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Posted 16 April 2007 - 08:28 PM

..i wanna go into this..shoot them an email and got a reply back..is it how it's done,you just have to fill forms up,go to their banks and pay,then what..is there really no need to go to their office for something?...i want to do it but i would like to have some guidance from you guys---you were there first..thanks..ingatz!!!


Please permit to add my two cents worth,...
No harm done without paying a vist.. but i am really old school, so i prefer occassional face to face, look them in the eyes contact... ... some tips you can think about:
1) do your research, read the fund prospectus, macro economic indicators (can this fund still go up some more?)
2) do the paper work .. be covered legally, read the fine print before you sign.
3) it always pays to have some "working" or "professional" relationship with your broker
4) particular to mutual funds are the holding period and applicable fees... this is more or a medium to long term invsetment

Cheers!

#13 julz2006

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Posted 17 April 2007 - 09:50 AM

Please permit to add my two cents worth,...
No harm done without paying a vist.. but i am really old school, so i prefer occassional face to face, look them in the eyes contact... ... some tips you can think about:
1) do your research, read the fund prospectus, macro economic indicators (can this fund still go up some more?)
2) do the paper work .. be covered legally, read the fine print before you sign.
3) it always pays to have some "working" or "professional" relationship with your broker
4) particular to mutual funds are the holding period and applicable fees... this is more or a medium to long term invsetment

Cheers!


..got it,sire...tried most of those...yah,just like you or anybody i want the whole nine yards too...let's see...i think it's going somewhere..i'd welcome anything and everything..thnks..keep it coming...

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Posted 26 April 2007 - 07:03 AM

mukha naman maganda ang philequity. the guys know what they are doing and the prospectus looks nice. the guy from star knows his stuff from what he has been saying the past few years i've been reading his article, pero may mga instances na hit-miss yung mga reports nya. apart from this, medyo ok naman yung balik ng pera, respectable naman and medyo maganda.

how about ron nathan/mr bearbull from the inquirer? kelan kaya sya maglalabas ng sarili nyang fund? nagkagulo sa palengke last year nung nagreport sya tungkol sa apex, hindi pa trading ang dami na namimili ng stocks ng apx. sana ganun din mangyari sa atlas.

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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:07 PM

First of all, I've never invested a single cent in Philequity.

My investments are all in Sunlife and Philam...

...however, I've been looking at other options for investments
then a friend of mine showed me an article that among existing funds, Philequity has been the delivering the highest rate of return. This is over an extended period (I think 10 years), so they've got my attention, kaya lang wala na akong extra money to invest in them, right now... but i'll definitely keep them in mind.

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Posted 01 June 2007 - 09:26 AM

just asking, anybody knows the company of francisco colayco, i think he is an authority in mutual fund. thanks

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Posted 21 September 2007 - 01:38 AM

just asking, anybody knows the company of francisco colayco, i think he is an authority in mutual fund. thanks



Its the Professional Group (Pre-need plans). Its the building along EDSA corner Boni Ave. beside the gas station. I met him personally a few years back and even conducted a few meetings with the plan holders. Really knowledgeable when it comes to money matters. Im actually one of his plan holders. :)

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 04:12 PM

Invested a little over 5-digit figures on their Philequity Fund account. Haven't checked my balance yet but I guess its still on a positive. 






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