How to be the Best Stock Investor in 2017

February 14, 2017 | By Garry De Castro | 2 Comments | Filed in: Stocks.

Being the best means being tactical about what you put in your investment portfolio this year. 2017 holds a lot of potential, but this doesn’t mean that all investors will reap good profits from this market. A lot of young investors often have to deal with the harsh reality of the stock market- that there • Read More »


4 Things I Learned About Rich People by Chinkee Tan

November 24, 2016 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Seminars.

A very short and good post from Chinkee Tan. Let’s all learn and attend his event! Maraming tao ang nais yumaman, pero iilan lang ang mga seryosong gumagawa ng paraan para yumaman. Ito ang mga bagay na natuklasan at napag-aralan ko tungkol sa mga mayayaman: Rich people are CONSISTENT. Lahat ng malalaki ay nag-uumpisa sa • Read More »


Sun Life Launches Mobile App for Customers

June 29, 2016 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: News Articles, Sun Life Products.

Sun Life, the country’s first and oldest life insurance company in the Philippines, gives us another level of comfort in monitoring our accounts and policies thru it’s newly re-launched mobile app – Sun Life Ph Mobile App. The latest version (3.0) is both available on IOS (iphones and ipad download here) and Android (download here) • Read More »

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4 Ways to Ruin Your Credit History in the Philippines

June 27, 2016 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Credit Cards / Debts.

One’s credit card and loan payment history is the primary way of determining one’s credit history in the Philippines because our country has no existing credit bureau despite the passing of R.A. 9510 last October 31, 2008, whose goal was to for a credit-governing body in the Philippines. The Credit Information Corporation, headed by Jaime • Read More »

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Seven Money-Saving Tips for Minimum Wage Earners

October 20, 2015 | By Garry De Castro | 2 Comments | Filed in: News Articles.

When you first started working (or even before that), one of the things you probably envisioned yourself having is a house of your very own. It’s not surprising, since a lot of people do set homeownership as one of their long-term goals. Unfortunately, buying a house costs a lot of money, something that minimum-wage earners • Read More »


The OFW Property Investment Guide

August 15, 2015 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Real Estate.

Most people who work hard to make a living dream of eventually buying their own home. Overseas Filipino Workers are no exception. They embark on careers overseas intent on improving the lives of loved ones who remain in the Philippines, and doing so often involves investing what they earn on local property. If you are • Read More »


Bears, Bulls and Other Animals in the Stock Market Farm

July 15, 2015 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Stocks.

Ever wondered why there are Bulls and Bears in the Stock Market? Our friends from Utrade sent a very interesting article that a newbie stock market investor can learn a lot from, at least on the terminologies they often hear in the stock market trading and investing. I can still recall when I was still • Read More »

Bakit Ang Mga Pinoy, Mahilig Magpa Impress?

July 15, 2015 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: News Articles.

Which is more ok, “Mapagkamalang MAYAMAN pero hindi naman or mapagkamalang MAHIRAP pero may pera”? Seen this Chinkee Tan post shared by a Facebook friend. It’s so straight to the point that I had to store it on this blog for personal consumption. Usually what happens is that, once flooded on FB, it will be gone. • Read More »

June is Financial Independence Month

June 11, 2015 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: News Articles.

Last June 8, we were one of the invited to attend the Brighter Life Digicon of Sun Life Financials. It was highlighted by FQ Mom Rose Fausto (wrote the book “Raising Pinoy Boys”) whom I first seen from way back 2011 I think. Rose Fausto being the winner of last year’s Sinag Awards, a literary contest • Read More »