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#641 neville

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Posted 27 April 2020 - 11:11 AM

Haha sa Bible ba yan? 

 

 

Ewan.  Sa dami ng napanood kong personal finance videos, di ko na malaman kung sino ang pinagmulan ng ideyang iyan. hehehehe

 

 

 

Take-away from the latest batch of personal finance videos: revisit and fine-tune your financial goals.

 

Ilang ulit ko nang sinabi noon dito na ang long-term target ko ay in 20 years, maging worth $1M in today's value.  Hindi nawawala sa isip ko na may kulang sa sinabi ko.  Kasi, puwedeng on paper, $1M ang value ko, pero wala akong cash.

 

Doon ko napagtanto, wala pala akong specific cash flow goal.

 

Yes, I still aim to be worth $1M in today's value when i turn 60.  But, aside from that, I aim for my passive income to give me a monthly cash flow of PhP100K in today's value.  That way, I know I will be comfortable in my retirement, sans any need to bother my sister's kids for financial assistance.

 

I would only need them to drive me around.  Hehehehe  


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Posted 27 April 2020 - 09:18 PM

 

 

Ewan.  Sa dami ng napanood kong personal finance videos, di ko na malaman kung sino ang pinagmulan ng ideyang iyan. hehehehe

 

 

 

Take-away from the latest batch of personal finance videos: revisit and fine-tune your financial goals.

 

Ilang ulit ko nang sinabi noon dito na ang long-term target ko ay in 20 years, maging worth $1M in today's value.  Hindi nawawala sa isip ko na may kulang sa sinabi ko.  Kasi, puwedeng on paper, $1M ang value ko, pero wala akong cash.

 

Doon ko napagtanto, wala pala akong specific cash flow goal.

 

Yes, I still aim to be worth $1M in today's value when i turn 60.  But, aside from that, I aim for my passive income to give me a monthly cash flow of PhP100K in today's value.  That way, I know I will be comfortable in my retirement, sans any need to bother my sister's kids for financial assistance.

 

I would only need them to drive me around.  Hehehehe  

 

 

Check Ecclesiastes Chapter 11 Verse 2.  

 

Re valuation, strive to grow "cash" valuation instead of goodwill or brand valuation.  Once me "cash" ka, madali na yung non-cash valuation on top of it.


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Posted 28 April 2020 - 01:25 AM

 
 
Check Ecclesiastes Chapter 11 Verse 2.  
 
Re valuation, strive to grow "cash" valuation instead of goodwill or brand valuation.  Once me "cash" ka, madali na yung non-cash valuation on top of it.



Invest in seven ventures, yes, in eight;
you do not know what disaster may come upon the land.

Ecclesiastes 11:2


The seven streams of income. :)

Napatingin ako sa definition of terms. Ngayon ko Lang narinig Ang brand valuation.

Kung Tama intindi ko, malakas ang brand valuation ko dahil basehan ng bulto ng financial standing ko ay stocks, MF, at insurances (tatlo!). Iba pa rin ang stability mo pag malaki ang liquid cash reserve mo (cash valuation).

Yes, pinag-iisipan ko na Kung paano ko palalakihin ang cash valuation ko via passive income. Hanap ng dagdag na income source para may pang-PAG-IBIG MP2. Cooperatives rin para sa diversification; yung dividends nila ay malaking tulong para sa cash flow.

Business, real estate, at royalties na Lang.

Finishing my thesis, writing classes for my blog. Focusing on one major task at a time. Mahirap sa akin ang masyadong busy, madali akong ma-burn out.

I'll get there soon enough.
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Posted 28 April 2020 - 08:33 AM

I think na-misunderstood kita.  

 

You were actually talking about net worth goal of $1M by age 60, while I thought you were meaning a business valuation of $1M by age 60.   My mistake LOL.  

 

Yes, net worth is all encompassing, not just cash but also like you said, business, real estate, and royalties.



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Posted 29 April 2020 - 01:34 PM

I think na-misunderstood kita.  

 

You were actually talking about net worth goal of $1M by age 60, while I thought you were meaning a business valuation of $1M by age 60.   My mistake LOL.  

 

Yes, net worth is all encompassing, not just cash but also like you said, business, real estate, and royalties.

 

 

Yep, net worth. Not business value :)

 

For some reason, I do not really see myself as an entrepreneur.  I'd rather invest and let someone who knows what he is doing manage the money in the business venture.

 

Ah, I have to redo my budget.  I forgot to consider a bank account I keep for my time deposit. Tsk.  


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Posted 02 May 2020 - 05:40 PM

Personal Finance Reflections:

 

1.  Growth investment tools (the stock market and aggressive MF--equity index, dividend yield, and equity funds) are touted good ways (by a Registered Financial Advisor) for me to reach in 20 years my PhP50 M net goal.

 

2.  In order for me to reach my goal of PHP100,000 monthly passive income within 10 years, i need to up my investments.

 

3.  Diversify, diversify, diversify.

 

4.  PAG-IBIG MP2, investing in cooperatives and/or a MF-like set-up for cooperatives, time deposits, real estate via rental properties, franchise businesses, and blogging/YouTube content creation are good ways to create tangibile passive income.

 

5.  Sectors that are most resilient in the PSEi are power and utilities (MERALCO), and consumer (groceries).  Companies under these categories may be the first to recover the bear market.

 

6.  Another source of active income is needed to speed up my financial goals.

 

 

 

 

 

In other words, kailangang maging curacha uli.  


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Posted 03 May 2020 - 07:53 PM

Push natin yan neville!    :)



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Posted 04 May 2020 - 01:50 PM

Push natin yan neville!    :)



Hear! Hear!

In the meantime, MAliligo muna ako. Baka tamarin uli ako. Hahaha

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Posted 07 May 2020 - 03:40 AM

As of 20200506

 

2020 Financial Goals

 

Property

* Reduce total debt to $42K by year-end  (currently at $50K)  

* Expect condo value to appreciate to $52K by year-end (currently at $50K)

* Anticipate house value to appreciate to  $290K by year- end (currently at $277K)

 

Savings for Current Use

* Increase college savings of children to $27K by year-end (currently at $22K)

* Buttress business fund to  $100K by-year end (currently at  $160K)    -- MET (I switched $40K from Retirement to there)

* Save up for parents' emergency bills to $8K (currently at $5K) 

 

Savings for Retirement/Future Use

* Grow retirement savings to $210K by year-end (currently at  $150K)  

* Drum up social security savings to $192K by year-end (currently at $181K)  (Note:  PV at $360K for age 62) 

* Increase % of paid tax vs deferred tax in my Retirement savings to 25% (currently at 28%).  -- MET 

* Bridge the gap between Retirement savings and Business fund to $90K -- MET



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Posted 07 May 2020 - 10:08 PM

Personal Finance Reflections:
 
1.  Growth investment tools (the stock market and aggressive MF--equity index, dividend yield, and equity funds) are touted good ways (by a Registered Financial Advisor) for me to reach in 20 years my PhP50 M net goal.
 
2.  In order for me to reach my goal of PHP100,000 monthly passive income within 10 years, i need to up my investments.
 
3.  Diversify, diversify, diversify.
 
4.  PAG-IBIG MP2, investing in cooperatives and/or a MF-like set-up for cooperatives, time deposits, real estate via rental properties, franchise businesses, and blogging/YouTube content creation are good ways to create tangibile passive income.
 
5.  Sectors that are most resilient in the PSEi are power and utilities (MERALCO), and consumer (groceries).  Companies under these categories may be the first to recover the bear market.
 
6.  Another source of active income is needed to speed up my financial goals.
 
 
 
 
 
In other words, kailangang maging curacha uli.  


I like a written plan thats specific. Kudos to you!
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Posted 07 May 2020 - 11:48 PM

JB welcome back!  Tagal din nawala.



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Posted 11 May 2020 - 04:07 PM

JB welcome back!  Tagal din nawala.

Honga, busy lang. Kamusta na mga investment nyo now that we're in the middle of a pandemic?

Ako im still buying ETFs as per my monthly schedule. Although, im only investing 50% of my savings, the rest i use to top-up my emergency fund. Medyo worried ako sa family namin ng wife ko sa Pinas kasi for sure we would need to pay their bills if ever ma hospitalise sila. Since we are in the midst of a pandemic, mas mataas ang risk nila magkasakit.
I'm glad we've flattened covid 19 curve here in Australia and will easing restrictions in the coming weeks.i cant wait to go back to gym and have sit down meal in our favorite restau.

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Posted 11 May 2020 - 08:55 PM

Honga, busy lang. Kamusta na mga investment nyo now that we're in the middle of a pandemic?

Ako im still buying ETFs as per my monthly schedule. Although, im only investing 50% of my savings, the rest i use to top-up my emergency fund. Medyo worried ako sa family namin ng wife ko sa Pinas kasi for sure we would need to pay their bills if ever ma hospitalise sila. Since we are in the midst of a pandemic, mas mataas ang risk nila magkasakit.
I'm glad we've flattened covid 19 curve here in Australia and will easing restrictions in the coming weeks.i cant wait to go back to gym and have sit down meal in our favorite restau.

In my area, Phase 1 opening of small businesses is May 28.  My and my kid can't wait to go also to our fave Japanese buffet restau.  

 

It's a wait and see mode now for me.  I'm 80% equity because of the planned openings but would lower it if implementations are failing.



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Posted 12 May 2020 - 11:28 AM

In my area, Phase 1 opening of small businesses is May 28.  My and my kid can't wait to go also to our fave Japanese buffet restau.  
 
It's a wait and see mode now for me.  I'm 80% equity because of the planned openings but would lower it if implementations are failing.


Keep your powder dry pre for sure in the coming months there will be big bargains for us. Ang taas ng unemployment grabe and that would hit company earnings, which would bring stock prices down further.
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