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courtesy: google images

 

While curling up with a good book in this wet afternoon, I was jolted by the words of the author as it spoke to me. I realize that sometimes my “overthinking” and “overanalyzing” of things get in the way towards the fulfillment of my plans.

 

The words goes like, “Here’s the bottom line: You already know all that you need to
succeed. You don’t need to learn anything more. If all we needed
was more information, everyone with an Internet connection would
live in a mansion, have abs of steel, and be blissfully happy. New
or more information is not what you need—a new plan of action is.
It’s time to create new behaviors and habits that are oriented away
from sabotage and toward success. It’s that simple.”

 

As human beings, we are exposed to the herd mentality. Wherever the majority goes, we flock to follow. We do not lack information. Though we reason that we have limited and timely access to it but I am much convinced it is available at our own exploration. It is our procrastination and lack of action that hampers our development and sabotages our growth.

 

We always get busy, juggling one chore to the next but accomplish nothing. We consciously delay what we can do today. We slacken after winning small victory. And we easily get distracted by short term comfort of slumber rather than focusing our energy to what matters most. Nobody gets out of the rat race by doing nothing. A plan and your decision to execute your plan is what will help pay your bills, give you good grades, bring you promotion and build your dreams. As for me, I’d quit the overthinking and over analyzing and summon my creative juices to act in my favor.

 

We already learned much my friends, now let’s put that learning to action.

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Photo Courtesy: ANC on the Money, ABS-CBN News Channel

Photo Courtesy: ANC on the Money, ABS-CBN News Channel

Let’s say you now have the cash to finally start to buy shares of your chosen company listed in the Philippine Stock Market, the next big question that you need to ask is; how do you earn money in the stock market?

Before I get into that, I have to caution everyone that picking stocks in the stock market requires careful study in the company you are investing on. Here, you have to look into company’s earning and its stability and to at least figure out the direction where this company is headed to. This careful study includes either “fundamental analysis” or “technical analysis” (which I am going to discuss further in upcoming post) OR a combination of both. You must believe in the integrity of the company you are investing. For instance, if you believe that BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) under the conglomerate of the Ayala’s will still be there and continually grow in the next 10 years or more, then this may be a good pick for your long term investment plans. Again, choosing must not be based on gut feeling but with diligence and careful research.

Earning money in the Philippine Stock Market comes in two ways: a. Price of share appreciation/Capital Appreciation or b. through dividends.

Price appreciation or Capital Appreciation simply means an increase of the value of the stock price from the amount you bought it. As the price of stock appreciates, your profit also increases. However, you will only enjoy this gain if you sell your stock and someone is willing to buy it. If you do not sell it, the profit you make is called “unrealized gain” but when you decide to sell it, you turn your gain into cash or also called “realized gain”.

For example, if you bought 1,000 shares of Emperador (the popular liquor brand) at P9.40 and after a few hours it appreciates to P10.00 and you decide to sell it, you then earn P0.60/share x 1,000 shares = P600. I don’t know with you but for me earning P600 for a single transaction isn’t bad at all.

Notice that in the example given above, you only earned a few centavos per share or 60 cents to be exact. If you are a kind of person who has a long-term investment horizon then we are looking into a probability of an exponential increase of your investment. ANC on the Money has wonderful example for this. According to them, if you invested P100,000 in DMCI (real estate company based in Manila) and kept your money there for 10 years, your total investment could have then become P28,000,000 by 2013. This even after we experience 2007 Asian financial crises, Oakwood mutiny, stories of graft and corruption in the Arroyo Administration and many more economic debilitating news.

Nevertheless, this is not always the case. If you invested in Agrinurture INC whose share is valued at P30.00 in 2004, you will be dismayed to find out that as of June 05, 2015 it is only worth P1.378 after the company has been linked to Binay’s alleged corruption cases. Hence, Stock Market is not for gamblers. It is for people who are diligent with their research.

Another way of earning in the Philippine Stock Market is through Dividends. If a company earns profit, you get a cut from their earnings too as an investor. Normally, this cash is a profit that will not be used by the company for expansion. Dividends may be given either in a form of CASH or in the form of STOCK. Either way, this is still a passive income for you. PLDT (TEL) is a consistent-paying-dividend company. In 2014, it gave away a total of P156.00 dividend per share.

The number of shares you hold per company defines the impact of your profit to your investment. Of course, even if the stock price appreciates to 100% and yet you only hold 10 shares, your profit will still be less.

These are the ways your earn money in the Philippine Stock Market. Like the basic rule in economics, always remember to BUY LOW and SELL HIGH.

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Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes of your goal.

You are the CREATOR of your own destiny. If you want to make your dreams come true, the first thing you have to do is, WAKE UP.

Always act like you’re wearing an invisible crown. Always take off “t” from the word “can’t” and make it very big “CAN”.

Failure is simply the STEPPING STONE to SUCCESS.

A man who faced many rejections from the newspaper editor; they said he has no talent and yet he become the biggest creator as Walt Disney that we know today.

A man failed 10, 000 times before he made the electric bulb is Thomas Edison.

A man who failed in business at age 21, his sweetheart died at 26, had a nervous breakdown at 27 become the President of the United States – Abraham Lincoln.

Learn from the life’s stories of these people. Turn your negatives into positive. DON’T WAIT. The TIME is always right.

Create a plan for carrying out your desire and begin at once. Whether you are ready or not, put this plan into ACTION. Start your day with a POSITIVE LOVE to take RESPONSIBILITIES.

When your DESIRE is strong enough, you appear to possess SUPERHUMAN POWERS to achieve your DREAM.

Talk to yourself. The most important conversation you will ever have is the one you have with yourself.

Patience, persistence, and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for SUCCESS.

Go for it. Live with it. Think and GROW RICH. 

 

I want you to go to your personal space and play this video using a headphone. Affirmations in this video are so powerful that it will influence your life to live a life you long to have. Claim it and receive it. Believe that you deserve each and everyone of it. An avalanche of great unexpected prosperity is heading your way.

Remember, this is a resource available to you for free. If you don’t get wealthy or healthy because you chose to disregard this wonderful piece, who’s at fault?

Now, take a short time off and be ready to be greatly blessed.