ETF Exchange Traded Fund

What if you can have an investment that combines the advantage of mutual fund and UITF and the power of stock trading? It is now possible with exchange traded fund, a relatively new way to earn passive income. What is an exchange traded fund? An exchange traded fund is like a mutual funds (MF) or a unit investment trust fund. It is an investment company…

Earning Passive Income Through SSS PESO Fund

Do you know that you can save through Social Security System (SSS) aside from regular membership? It’s called SSS PESO fund and it’s a safe, affordable way to earn passive income. In this article, we’re going to talk about how you can invest your money wisely and build your savings care of your SSS membership. What is SSS P.E.S.O fund?…

Grow SSS PESO Fund

The beginner’s guide on SSS PESO fund gives general information about this offering from Social Security System (SSS). But how does the money grow? When you start investing, how do you earn passive income? In what ways can you make the most out of your savings? These are the questions that would be answered in this article. Specifically, there will…

PERA Account

All of us will grow old some day. It is inevitable. And we all look forward to enjoying the latter years of our lives, spending our free time with our loved ones. But are we prepared? If we’re no longer working, who’s going to look after our financial needs? Sadly, the Philippines have the lowest…

PERA Account Earnings

In an earlier article, I talked about how PERA account is a great investment option to prepare for retirement that comes with loads of tax-free benefits. As a voluntary savings program, it is the Philippines’ version of the US 401(k). Employers may even choose to contribute towards it, and you may save up to the maximum limit, which is P200,000 for…

Index Funds

Index funds are low-cost, efficient way in investing in the stock index. But what is an index fund? In this article, I’m going to talk about why it might be a better way to go when you’re saving up long term, the investments that are available in the Philippines, and their returns for the past few years. Stock index in the Philippines…

Investing In Philippine LTNCD A Beginners Guide

Long term negotiable certificate of deposit or LTNCD is one of the lesser known products in the Philippines that Pinoy can invest. In fact, BPI, Metrobank and BDO recently announced that they’re offering LTNCD with 4%, 5.375% and 3.75% interest per year, respectively. Maybe because of its name, which is rather long and intimidating. But don’t…

Investing In Top Philippine Money Market Funds

Little is known about investing in money market funds in the Philippines. Unlike equities and index funds, most Pinoys are not familiar with the sort of assets that money market funds acquire. Maybe because it’s sort of on the conservative side and its returns are modest at best. In this article, I’m going to talk about what they are and…

How Much Money Can You Earn Investing In FMETF

FMETF or First Metro Philippine Equity Exchange Traded Fund is the first and only exchange traded fund in the Philippines. While it is organized like a mutual fund company, you and I can invest in it by buying its stocks from the stock exchange. And so the question you might be asking is, how much can you expect to earn from investing in…