October 7, 2011 (Friday)
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Philippine Time)
Speaker: Mr. Armand Q. Bengco
Executive Director, Colayco Foundation for Education, Inc. and
General Manager, Kapatiran sa Kasaganaan Service & Multi-Purpose Cooperative
CLICK TO REGISTER: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/988437846
In this webinar, we will answer the what, where, when, why and how of investing. The most common consideration of an individual in investing is the “KITA” (return or yield). But honestly, there are 3 things to consider when you are investing. Of equal importance to “KITA” are RISK/SAFETY and LIQUIDITY.
We will try to make the concepts simple and easy to understand. So please join this webinar and ask your family and friends to join you in attending this webinar.
Outline of Basics of Investing
- Basic Rules in Investing
- Keys in Investing
- Types of Investments
- Investment Clock
- Different Investment Strategies
For further inquiries, email email@example.com.
For the technical specs of your computer and internet connection, please take note of the following:
For PC-based participants:
· Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
· Cable modem, DSL, or better Internet connection
· Minimum of Pentium® class 1GHz CPU with 512 MB of RAM (recommended) (2 GB of RAM for Windows® Vista)
For Mac®-based participants:
· Mac OS® X 10.5 – Leopard® or newer
· Intel processor (512 MB of RAM or better recommended)
· Cable modem, DSL, or better Internet connection
Participants wishing to connect to audio using VoIP will need a fast Internet connection, a microphone and speakers. (A USB headset is recommended.)
Here’s a link of a webinar primer so that you’ll be confident in using this technology. Click this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWz8ppM9DzM.
This webinar is brought to you by Kapatiran sa Kasaganaan Service & Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Colayco Foundation for Education, Inc. in partnership with and ProFora Media Solutions, Inc.
Pisobilities: Wealth Within Your Reach
on October 8, 2011
Time: 2 to 5pm
Venue: Colayco Foundation for Education office. Unit 807 Citystate Centre Condominium, 709 Shaw Blvd. Pasig City.
Regular Learning Fee: Php 1000
Who: Ideal for individuals who would like to take control of their finances. Because money management is a family affair, the seminar is also ideal for couples.
Why: This seminar will equip you with the basics of proper money management – spending, savings, planning and investing. It will help you make sense of their financial goals in life and introduce instruments, which will help you achieve it.
Avail of early bird rates and group discounts by calling 637-3731/41 or 5024590 and look for Victor. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.colaycofoundation.com for more information.
If you wish to register and pay through credit card, you may click the logo of Crystal Payment. You will get discounts if you register on or before October 7, 2011.
You may also opt to pay through any 7-11 branches or MLhuillier. Please register and click the Cashsense logo. You have 2 days from the day you register to pay over the counter.
CLICK HERE to register if you don’t have a credit card or you don’t wish to pay through 7-11 or MLhuillier. CLICK HERE to check the other payment options available to get the discounts.
“I like HATCH!”
“I enjoy HATCH!”
“I love HATCH!”
These are just three of the thousands of overwhelming comments Hatch Graduates shared with us about the HATCH2 program.
HATCH is an online financial literacy program developed by Colayco Foundation for Education (CFE), Inc. for young professionals from the Business Process Outsourcing industry. It is the sa follow-up program to Colayco Foundation’s 2007 Hatch for College Students.
BPO Companies all over Metro Manila and Cebu launched campaigns to entice their employees to access and complete the 12 module program for their own financial welfare. Over 6,000 individuals from 10 BPO companies were participated in the HATCH2 program.
Committed to providing every Filipino with personal finance education, the Colayco Foundation creatively educate, BPO agents amidst their hectic and tiring work conditions. With the support of CITI Foundation, United Way International and the Philippine Business for Social Progress, HATCH2 was introduced to over 10,000 BPO professionals.
Moving forward, the Colayco Foundation for Education will continue to design and develop innovative financial education programs for Filipinos of different ages and from all walks of life. Through online financial education programs to webinars, we continuously seek effective avenues to share our message that WEALTH IS WITHIN YOUR REACH.
Help us help more – especially your family, friends, company or organization! Call Colayco Foundation for Education, Inc. at 637-3741 or 637-3731 or visit www.colaycofoundation.com for more information and assistance.
Last September 10, 2011, personal finance experts Francisco J. Colayco and Armand Q. Bengco focused on the 28 participants of the Pera Mo Palaguin Mo! Workshop.
Mr. Bengco covered the following topics:
- Basic Personal finance Activities
- What it means to be Wealthy
- Personal finance basics: The 80/20 Rule, Needs vs. Wants and Active and Passive Income
- Allies and Obstacles in Building Wealth
- Buy and Lend Investments
- Investments and Net Worth Planning
Mr. Colayco discussed the following:
- Philippine Investing Outlook
- Why S&P downgraded the US
- Financial Roadmap
- Investment Management Cycle
- Know your objectives
- Target: 1 Million
- Fundamental Economic Laws
- The Keys to Investing
- Risk Management
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Join us for the next Pera Mo, Palaguin Mo! Workshop on October 8, 2011. For more information click here.
Francisco Colayco's Blog
ni: Francisco J. Colayco *Unang lumabas sa Bulgar noong Nobyembre 29, 2012 Paano ko dapat i-invest ang aking ipon kung Php 5,000.00 lang ito? Lagi niyong sinasabi na huwag ilagay ang investment sa iisang sisidlan. Sa madaling salita, kailangang maging “diversified” hindi po ba? Lagi kong pinapayuhan … Paggastos ng Passive Income vs Compounding
ni: Francisco J. Colayco *Unang lumabas sa Bulgar noong Nobyembre 24, 2012 Tanong sa akin: Ano ang epekto kapag ginastos ang passive income imbes na hayaan lang iyon na lumago? Kahangahanga na nagtatanong ka tungkol sa paggastos ng passive income. Ibig sabihin nito, mayroon kang passive income dahi …
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