Experience the real Oktoberfest and learn how to grow your wealth!
Colayco Foundation for Education, in partnership with Business World, HerWord.com, Faber Castell, and Shiny Self-Inking Stamp, presents three financial seminars this upcoming October 26 that will definitely put you on the growth track. In the morning are Pisobilities: Wealth Within Your Reach and INVESTability: Stock Market, from 9:00 am to 12:00 nn. Pisobilities is designed to teach you the basics of proper money management- earning, planning, saving, spending, and investing. It will teach you the significance of having financial goals and introduces you to the opportunities and strategies to achieve those goals.
On the other hand, INVESTability: Stock Market, is a seminar designed to give a simple but detailed preview of the stock market. Participants will learn how the stock market works and how they can utilize stock investing in order to achieve their respective financial goals.
In the afternoon is INVESTability: Mutual Funds, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. For those who are seeking returns as high as or better than the stock market but are not comfortable with its risks, investing in mutual funds is another option. Francisco Colayco calls it “the great democratizer of investing.” Aside from the affordable minimum starting amount, mutual funds are professionally managed and takes advantage of being a diversified investment. INVESTabilty: Mutual Funds introduces you to the basics and fundamentals of mutual funds. You will obtain crucial knowledge about mutual funds, and be equipped with necessary skills to make mutual funds work for you.
For more details about the two seminars, click on the following links.
Pisobilities: Wealth Within Your Reach
INVESTability: Stock Market
INVESTability: Mutual Funds
HURRY! LIMITED SLOTS ONLY. Call 637-3731 or 637-3741 for more details.
Tired of your money sleeping in a savings account?
Do you want your money to experience significant growth even if you don’t have any investing experience?
Then why not invest in mutual funds!
Mutual funds are one of the most popular investments today. These are private companies that pool together money from different investors and invest it in various investments like stocks, government securities, and others (depending on the fund’s objective). Because of its simplicity and affordability, Mr. Francisco Colayco calls it “the great democratizer of investing.” Any ordinary income-earner can invest in it even without any investing experience at all. With just P5,000, you can start investing with any of the mutual fund companies in the country. Although returns are not guaranteed, historical returns range from 6%-20%, significantly higher than the current inflation rate!
Time to stop slouching and ride the growth train! To know more about mutual funds and how it can help you in your journey to wealth, join us in our upcoming seminar, Investability: Mutual Funds. For more details, check out the link here!
Are you looking for low-risk and safe investments?
Fixed income instruments are the answer! Fixed Income Investments are the most commonly known financial assets. This covers deposit accounts, government securities and corporate bonds as well as some other investment types which give fixed income. Returns are comparatively lower that growth investments like stocks, mutual funds and business, but it has it’s benefits. It is often lower in risk and can give ‘fixed’ returns. Some are even guaranteed and virtually risk free!
There are specific circumstances when fixed income instruments can and should be used. Investing is not about making a lot of money quickly. It’s about making money work for you not just now but for the rest of your life. Investing is not about putting all your money on one investment then holding on for dear life. It’s about taking advantage of opportunities as they present themselves. Investing is not about tearing your hair out when the market is not doing well. It’s about knowing that regardless of the market, your financial future and goals are secure.
Fixed income investments can definitely help you achieve the ideal risk-return balance for your investment portfolio!
This seminar is perfect for you:
- If you are a conservative and risk averse investor
- If you want to understand what government securities and corporate bonds are
- If you are looking for less risky investment alternatives to the stock market/mutual funds
- If you are want to complete your understanding of the financial markets by understanding the debt market
- If you want to know how to maximize the use of deposit accounts, government securities and corporate bonds
- If you are looking for investments that can give you regular and fixed income
M’s ng Mayaman
Ang mga mayaman marunong!
At siyempre magmahal, mag-aruga, maglambing,
magpasalamat, magpakasaya at manalangin!
Kung gusto mong yumaman, kailangan matuto!
“PISOBILITIES” is a portmanteau word coined by CFE. It refers to one’s ability to earn and manage his one peso
and the possibilities of making that same one peso work for him. Each person’s financial life should be like a
one peso coin. One side represents his ability to generate active income or the income earned when he invests
his talent, sweat and time. The other side is his ability to generate passive income or the income earned from
savings, otherwise known as investment income. Together these two sides enable him to attain financial
independence when utilized effectively. This seminar will equip you with the basics of proper
money management – spending, saving, planning & investing.
It will help you realize the importance of having a financial goal and introduce you instruments and strategies
on how you can achieve your financial goals. -
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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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