Tuesday, 23 May 2017

3 Keys to Successful Investing

If you are following this blog for the past 3 years, you can still remember how I turned my 300k stock portfolios into 1M pesos thru trading, this time I'm concentrating on long term or value investing. My goal is to turn 250k into 1M thru value investing. 

I'm hitting the 300k marks this month. Nothing special on this strategy but I want to share 3 keys to successful investing.

Here are the 3 keys;

First, Pick your favourite industry. " Don't invest on something that you don't understand " - Warren Buffet. If you have an expertise on a specific field, for ex: banking, then analyze the outlook of that specific industry and pick the right stock.



Second, Know the true value of the company. You don't buy a stock without knowing a target price or fair value, it should be always undervalued before you buy it. Making a mistakes on entry point will hold you in prison.



Third, Patience. When I said long term, at least 3 years not a day, a week or a year. If you have a heart problems better not to open your stock portfolios everyday. Stock market will test your patience.

I learned those thru EW experience and I'm recovering from my paper losses.



I'm looking forward to your investing success.

Sincerely yours,

Jonathan Ruiz CPA,MIB
Newbie Mentor

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Friday, 19 May 2017

A Dividend Life

Rich people have their money work hard for them, Poor people work hard for their money.

This wealth file beliefs should be on our system, working hard is important but working hard alone will not make you rich. You should know how to handle your money and let it works for you while asleep.

I'm dreaming that one day, there is no need for me to be actively working and my investments return will be enough to cover my daily living expenses.

Investing in the stock market is a vehicle to reaching a dividend life. As investopedia defined it, Dividend is a distribution of a portion of company's earnings decided by the Board of Directors, to a class of it's shareholders.

Here are examples of cash dividends I received this month of May;

GMA7

ICT


Total Amount of Cash Dividends = 5285.70.

The stock account for dividends above are from my baby daughter and I can see it growing slowly but surely. 

Why not start your own dividend lifestyle?

I'm looking forward to your Financial Freedom.

Sincerely yours,

Jonathan I. Ruiz CPA, MIB

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