We have been around for quite sometime educating and enhancing peoples lives for free and at times free actually may not be well received by many as they may think that there is an agenda within. My team and myself are all well educated in the area of finance – we believe that this wisdom must be pass on to all if possible and we believe countries like, Philippines, Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela and Colombia are the target for exploitation and the only way we can make this people to move forward and for their future generation is to make them understand the story of money.
- Less then 0.8% are actually investing in the Philippines Stock Exchange
- Imagine when everyone is educated and the market grow by 10%
- 9 out of 10 in Philippines are have financial shortage; and financial literacy can eliminate this
Recently we were in Butuan Philippines and we started education the people there of the dangers in investing in instruments that they don’t understand – like Forex, CFD, Options and etc. Nothing wrong with those instruments but the question is “Are you aware of the Risk”. Trainers only tell you the good side of the investment but they don’t tell you the other side of the story.
The first team of Individuals who decided to take this mission to new levels.
Our team will pursue for excellence in guiding and mentoring anyone who is keen in learning Financial Literacy – starting with basic knowledge of finance to investing in the Philippine Stock Exchange – and we will guide them in each and every step.
“We have been taught all our lives to work for someone – that’s employment” however have anyone taught you “How to put the money that you earn to work, in another words, teaching the money to go to work so that you can get out of employment” – Ashok.
Is all about perception. Don’t be fooled by get rich quick or unrealistic returns – the banks are giving 1 or less then 1% each year but there are companies offering 10% a month – now who do you believe?
What is Financial Literacy?
Financial Literacy is the ability to make informed judgments and to take?effective actions regarding the current and future use and management of money. It includes the ability to understand financial choices, plan for the future, spend wisely, and manage the challenges associated with life events such as a job loss, retirement and handle related responsibilities.
Start your day by asking yourself this question?
- Is your parents rich or at least financially independent? If your answer is Yes I am happy for you, if your answer is NO then I am going to ask you a second question;
- 20 Years later – the same question will ask to your own very children – Is your parents rich or at least financially independent? What is the answer going to be?
Put some thoughts and make a decision to change and the change start with you.
Article by: Ashok.