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#2461 Papa Popoy

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Posted 21 September 2020 - 11:20 PM

@MRS mukhang masaya ka ngayon dahil patuloy ang pagbagsak...sabi ng mga tsismosa Volatile ang US market until Nov, so Dec daw ang expected start of recovery..pero tingin ko aangat next month ang ilang Tech sector...surprisingly, bonds are doing well
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#2462 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted Yesterday, 01:33 AM

@MRS mukhang masaya ka ngayon dahil patuloy ang pagbagsak...sabi ng mga tsismosa Volatile ang US market until Nov, so Dec daw ang expected start of recovery..pero tingin ko aangat next month ang ilang Tech sector...surprisingly, bonds are doing well

 

Masaya Don PP, gaya mo.   :)

 

Kasi every sweldo we buy at discounted prices courtesy of market correction.   :lol:

 

Wala tayong lugi sa stock market hehe.  



#2463 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted Yesterday, 01:44 AM

My 2020 Scoreboard as of 20200920:

 

Year-to-Date gain of $27.7K or Php1.38M.      :wub:       :wub:

 

The analysis is,

 

the longer the down - the larger the gain   :D

the bigger the down - the larger the gain    :D

 

20200921

Current drop:  12.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $3.3K    B)   

 

20200918

Current drop:  10.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $3.1K    B)   

 

20200913

Current drop:  8.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $2.6K    B)   



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Posted Yesterday, 09:34 AM

 

My 2020 Scoreboard as of 20200920:

 

Year-to-Date gain of $27.7K or Php1.38M.      :wub:       :wub:

 

The analysis is,

 

the longer the down - the larger the gain   :D

the bigger the down - the larger the gain    :D

 

20200921

Current drop:  12.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $3.3K    B)   

 

20200918

Current drop:  10.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $3.1K    B)   

 

20200913

Current drop:  8.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $2.6K    B)   

 

Sir,  are you trading international?  How did you do it?  Thinking of starting online trading pero hindi ko ma decide kung US or local (Phil Stock Ex).  Any advice for a gumshoe?

 

TYVM!  Stay safe!



#2465 Master Pempem

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Posted Yesterday, 08:00 PM

GTCAP

wala masyado bbli ng kotse ngayon, mahal eh..

and other modes of transportation in the future..

MWIDE railway

AGI skytrain

EEI subway

IRC makati subway

AC/MPI lrt/mrt

 

Telco wars..

bought NOW early yesterday.. 50% gain..

labo na.. 4th telco or nde..

DITO TEL GLO then CICT ipo on Oct.


Edited by Master Pempem, Yesterday, 08:06 PM.


#2466 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted Yesterday, 08:47 PM

Sir,  are you trading international?  How did you do it?  Thinking of starting online trading pero hindi ko ma decide kung US or local (Phil Stock Ex).  Any advice for a gumshoe?

 

TYVM!  Stay safe!

Working in US so it is easy for me to invest here.  If you have capability to invest in US why not try it?  But even if so, why not do Philippines market as well, like 50-50?   

 

Also, if you are new, why not invest instead of trade?  With investing, you buy regularly a portion of your paycheck, with no selling until you retire at say 65.  It is also in a way called Cost Averaging or CA.   

 

With trading, you do  analysis or use gut feel to time the  buy then sell of a stock.  You have to be right 60% of the times so it is very hard but not impossible.  The problem is you can't work because you are glued to the monitor to time your buy and sell points.

 

For me, I just invested from age 35 to now (mid 40s).  But also around early 40s, I semi-retired  -- left my job as a Manager and took a part-time job -- so I can start trading.  It means I did not start trading at the get-go.  I have more than 10 years experience just investing initially and learning the market and building up my savings.  

 

Re Philippines vs US.  Like I said I like both.  But if you are going with Philippines, that is not a bad idea at all.  The advantage I see of Philippines over US is that for an investor, you get the downs longer -- which means from a CA perspective, you are lowering your cost average.  

 

Now is a great time to enter RP market due to it giving more than 10% discount.



#2467 MRROUGHSEX

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Posted Today, 02:21 AM

My 2020 Scoreboard as of 20200921:

 

Year-to-Date gain of $28.2K or Php1.41M.       :wub:        :wub:

 

The analysis is,

 

the longer the down - the larger the gain    :D

the bigger the down - the larger the gain     :D

 

I made a mistake of failing to subtract the  $900 biweekly paycheck transfer from the gain.   LOL.  So let me deduct, that to correct my calculations.  

 

20200921

Current drop:  12.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $2.4K     B)   

 

20200918

Current drop:  10.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $2.2K     B)   

 

20200913

Current drop:  8.5%

Projected Gain at full recovery:  $1.7K     B)   






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