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  • Kung minsan kasi parang napapaatras akong dagdagan yung share kasi puro loss nakikita ko


    Take advantage of that

    BUY LOW :)
  • thank you sa dividends URC!
  • aargg... how much dividends sir? nagkamali ako RFM nabili ko instead na URC
  • GUYS, pa advise naman po, if I both

    MEG 5.5300
    RFM 5.9000

    magkano ang price nya dapat bago ko sya ibenta? gusto ko munang ilipat sa iba yung investment ko sa MEG and RFM. Im looking for URC, JFC and AC. si COL and broker ko.

    Salamat sa makakasagot.
  • GUYS, pa advise naman po, if I both

    MEG 5.5300
    RFM 5.9000

    magkano ang price nya dapat bago ko sya ibenta? gusto ko munang ilipat sa iba yung investment ko sa MEG and RFM. Im looking for URC, JFC and AC. si COL and broker ko.

    Salamat sa makakasagot.


    Magkano mo ba nabili ?

    Ito lang ang basic principle:

    BUY LOW, SELL HIGH

    Basta dapat may gain ka
  • first try ko yang 2, nabili ko sila ng 5.53 and 5.90, pero ang baba na kasi ng presyo nila ngayon eh. yung last try ko is BDO, dun na ako mag stay sana
  • 3 pesos per share ang URC

    kelan mo ba sila binili?
    kung wala pang 6 months hayaan mo lang lalo na di mo naman plano mag day trade, hintay ka lang kung long term naman goal mo

    kung day trader ang strategy mo benta mo na. pero ingat lang delikado lalo na wala ka pa ata experience
  • pang long term ang balak ko talaga eh, kaya lang parang ang bagal pala ng changes dun sa 2. baka iwanan ko na lang nga talaga. if ever tumawid ng 6 tsaka ko ibenta at ilipat sa BDO :)
  • yan maganda yan meron ka ng exit plan, push mo lang yan strategy mo sir in the end ikaw pa din naman ang makakaramdam kung time na ba talaga to let go, regardless kahit anong analysis pa lumabas.
  • maraming salamat din Sir, hopefully umabot sya ng mark 6! hehehhe! sayang din ang funds pang dagdag sa URC or JFC
  • daueh
    Happy Investing din Sir!


    @daueh - Thanks!

    beansent - thank you sa dividends URC!


    @beansent - I like! 3 Petot! Hooray for today!

    -- edited by bamusicaddict on Mar 26 2015, 04:10 AM
  • Today in Malabong Bolang Krystal

    Asia stocks stall after Wall Street slips, dollar holds gains


    Asian stocks stalled on Wednesday following declines on Wall Street, while the dollar held on to modest gains after a rise in U.S. inflation.
    MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was little changed by midday after a small bounce the previous day.
    South Korean and Australian shares were effectively flat. The volatile Shanghai Composite Index lost 1 percent.
    Japan's Nikkei, which has been hitting a succession of 15-year highs, fell 0.6 percent, to 19,608 points, though analysts said it may be a matter of time before the index reached the 20,000 threshold for the first time since 2000.
    "These themes (better earnings and shareholder returns) as well as increasing wages will likely continue attracting foreign investors in the longer term," said Jun Yunoki, a strategist at Nomura Securities in Tokyo.
    The Dow and S&P both shed 0.6 percent overnight as U.S. equities maintained a loose inverse correlation with the dollar.
    The strength of the greenback, which earlier in the month soared to multi-year highs against its peers, has become a concern due to its potential negative impact on U.S. corporate earnings.
    European stocks, on the other hand, hit near record highs the previous day on stronger-than-expected euro zone manufacturing data. The European Central Bank's extensive quantitative easing policy has been a boon to European shares.
    The euro was little changed at $1.0933 after slipping from an overnight peak of $1.1029 briefly reached on the upbeat euro zone data.
    The common currency has steadily recovered from a 12-year low of $1.0457 hit last week after a dovish-sounding Federal Reserve dimmed prospects for an earlier interest rate hike and blunted the dollar's advance.
    The dollar was steady at 119.59 yen following an overnight bounce from a low of 119.22. A decline in U.S. Treasury yields limited the dollar's gains.
    The U.S. currency was still some distance from an eight-year peak of 122.04 scaled two weeks ago when expectations for an earlier Fed rate hike were stronger.
    The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes slipped to a six-week low overnight thanks to a weaker Wall Street, with the debt market brushing aside a 0.2 percent rise in U.S. February consumer price index.
    The drop by the 10-year Treasury yield is an indication "that while equities are pricing in Fed tightening, bond traders are not concerned about rising rates," Kathy Lien, managing director for FX strategy at BK Asset Management wrote in a note to clients.
    In commodities, Brent crude oil was firm after falling the previous day on the dollar's strength and persisting fears of global oversupply.
    Brent crude was little changed at $55.13 a barrel.

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    Philippine share prices flat ahead of Bangko Sentral policy meet

    MANILA - The Philippine stock index barely moved a day before the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) holds a meeting in which it is expected to keep key interest rates steady.
    At the Philippine Stock Exchange, the main gauge added 7.40 points or 0.09 percent to close Wednesday at 7,836.34.
    Advancers edged out decliners, 95 to 79, with 50 issues unchanged. Value turnover climbed to P10.187 billion as 1.979 billion shares changed hands. Foreigners were net buyers to the tune of over P1 billion worth of shares.
    Propping up the index were the financials, industrials and services counters, while the holding firms, mining and oil, and property sub-indices weighed on the market.
    SM was the day's most actively traded stock, dropping 1.22 percent and along with Metro Pacific and JG Summit pulled down the holding firms counter.
    Selling in a a number of mining shares, including sub-index heavyweights Nickel Asia and Lepanto dragged the mining and oil the most among the six sub-indices.
    Ayala Land weighed on the property sub-index, as foreigners pared down their exposure, offsetting the gains by Megaworld, which today reported that its profit more than doubled last year.
    Foreign buying in BDO and Metrobank kept the financials counter in positive territory, while foreign interest in Universal Robina made up for selling in EDC to keep the industrials sub-index in the green.
    Services got a lift from index heavyweight PLDT, as well as from Robinsons Retail, Globe, Puregold and Melco.
    The BSP's Monetary Board is holding its policy-setting meeting tomorrow, and is expected to keep rates steady after February inflation stayed within its target range of 2-4 percent for the year.
    Asian markets stalled after Wall Street sagged last night amid the dollar's gain. Economic data out of the U.S. showed its recovery was on track, but these did little to sway investors about the timing of the Federal Reserve's first rate hike since 2006.

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    Megaworld more than doubles net income, as real estate sales climb in mid-teens

    MANILA – Megaworld Corporation more than doubled its profit in 2014.
    In a statement, the flagship property firm of billionaire Andrew Tan said it earned P21.6 billion last year, or 139 percent more than the P9.03 billion in 2013. Excluding a non-recurring gain of P12.1 billion, Megaworld’s net income rose by 14 percent year-on-year.
    Profit increased as revenue rose to P41 billion last year from P36 billion in 2013. Real estate sales comprised 60 percent of total revenue and climbed 16 percent year-on-year to P24.6 billion. Rental income contributed P7 billion, a 17 percent increase from 2013.
    “Last year was a milestone for us. With Megaworld celebrating its 25th anniversary, we raked in record earnings and managed to grow our land bank to over 4,000 hectares," said Tan, chairman and chief executive of Megaworld.
    The land bank includes those of Global Estate Resorts Inc (GERI), Empire East Land Holdings Inc (ELI) and Suntrust Properties Inc, all of which were consolidated under Megaworld.
    “We have a more diversified real estate sales mix that is propelled by our integrated urban township developments in Metro Manila, Cebu and Iloilo as well as tourism-related projects in Tagaytay and Boracay,” Tan said.
    "In the meantime, our rental income is growing in line with our expectations. Continued growth in our office and mall leasable space will provide the catalyst for exceeding P10-billion in rental income in 2016,” he said.
    “We expect to maintain similar growth momentum generated in the past, achieving a double-digit net income growth every year on the back of a stronger and bigger township portfolio,” he added.
    Megaworld last year launched five townships, with another five slated for launch this year to hit 20 by yearend.
    Last year’s launches included Woodside City in Pasig City (12.3 hectares); Southwoods City in the boundaries of Cavite and Laguna (561 hectares); Davao Park District in Lanang, Davao City (11 hectares); Alabang West in Las Pinas City (62 hectares); and Suntrust Ecotown in Tanza, Cavite (350 hectares).
    Recently, Megaworld announced that two of the five townships slated for launch this year would rise in Negros Occidental.
    Megaworld shares were up 0.73 percent at P5.53 each at the close of trading.

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    Cebu Pacific's net income gets a lift from increase in passengers

    MANILA – The country’s largest budget airline saw its profit rise by two-thirds last year.
    In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Gokongwei-owned Cebu Air Inc (CEB) said it earned P853.5 million in 2014, up 67 percent from the P511.95 million the previous year.
    Fueling the growth was a 27 percent increase in revenue to P52 billion last year from P41 billion in 2013. Passenger revenue comprised 77 percent of total revenue and increased by 27 percent to P40.19 billion from P31.66 billion over the same period. Cargo revenue also grew by 20.6 percent and comprised 6 percent of the top line.
    The operator of Cebu Pacific ascribed the higher revenue to a 17.5 percent growth in passenger volume to 16.9 million last year from 14.4 million in 2013.
    The budget carrier fielded 6.9 percent more flights after it acquired wide-body Airbus A330 to bring its fleet to 52 by yearend.
    Alongside the higher number of flights, operating expenses also climbed 23.9 percent to P47.843 billion last year from the P38.6 billion in 2013. More than half of that pertained to flying operational expenses, which also increased by a fifth.
    Lower jet fuel prices however partly made up for the increase in fuel expenses brought about by the higher number of flights mounted. Jet fuel cost $112.48 a barrel last year, down from the $122.97 average in 2013.
    Jet fuel comprised half of operating expenses and rose 19 percent year-on-year.
    Cebu Pacific shares were down 2 percent at P85.25 each at the close of trading today.

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    Happy Investing!
  • Anyone who bought DD around 8.8 today?
  • mga sir paano mo malalaman kung magkano mo nabili yung stocks?
    meron ba transaction history kung how miuch mo nabili para meron lang guide kung nagappreciate na.
  • mga sir paano mo malalaman kung magkano mo nabili yung stocks?
    meron ba transaction history kung how miuch mo nabili para meron lang guide kung nagappreciate na.


    @denayab - Meron sir, sa logs or order logs mo meron nito yun ay kung philstocks ang broker mo.
  • sa col meron din sir sa trading>trading history :)
  • COL ang broker ko. maraming salamat @gh0st @bamusicadddict

    I tried checking order details history..parang hindi nababago ung starting date...2015 lang?
  • Thanks sa input mga Sir, nagdagdag ako s BDO ngayun pero mukhang di maganda ang end of the day he he he. .
  • Happy Jockeying kay DD!
  • @noelsonms

    mataas si BDO ngayon, pero kung cost averaging ka naman, walang problema, maganda naman ang chart nya since it started
  • naging stagnant yang DD na yan @bamusicaddict pero if you can wait probably may magandang mangyari pag bukas ng mall nila. pag biglang taas after that i suggest to unload it agad pero we'll never know

    watch out for crownasia baka maging dd ver 2.0 yan
  • ano ba tong si RFM at MEG, ang lakas makasira ng record pula lagi ! ggrrr
  • kaningn umaga kung namonitor mo ang laki ng gain ng lahat, pagclose ng market boom biglang baba ulet.
  • sino naka col na holder dn ng mbt? kelan papasok dividends?
  • meron ba mga bibili sainyo ng crown? tingin niyo siya na ba ang next DD?
  • @Beansent, nakalimutan ko kahapon tignan eh heheheh! sayang, para mbenta ko na, mag cut na ko kahit bawi lang puhunan. panira silang dalawa sa portfolio
  • Possible na maging dd possible na hindi, pero maganda industry nya so we'll never know.
  • marami ding mga realty estate si Crown, magaganda din yung mga properties nya, kaya lang, sa dami ng nagveventure sa properties ngayon pababaan sila ng offer, hindi din minsan maganda sa industry. Like MEG, ang tagal ng pagakyat nya

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