I HAVE LEARNT A VALUABLE LESSON

“Don’t do the things that you don’t understand” is frustrating to go into a situation that you get blamed for the business that you have started and gone wrong.

Depression sets in because no will ever accept your explanation

CHALLENGES IN BUSINESS

  • Hiring the wrong people to do the job because of cash flow issues
  • Not aware of the regulations surrounding you
  • Incidental expenses can be a big thing
  • Corporate sabotage
  • Expensive Overheads
  • If anything goes wrong they will blame YOU; EVEN though you did your very best
You invested so much money, time, energy and other resources and only you will know the pain involved

I MUST MOVE ON AND RE-BUILD AND BELIEVE THE SHORT-CUT IS THE STOCK MARKET

Opportunities in the stock market is incredible and the only challenge I had was NO initially start-up capital. I am knowledgeable in the Stock Market but I have lost all my resources in the businesses that I did and is all because of pride and greed. I have repented and trusting God to give me another chance to prove myself. I took one full year to study about Philippine Stock Exchange. I realised that the market is full of treasure if you seek.

Journey will be a lonely one as you re-build your finances.

I believe there will be few who will continue to believe in you as you start the journey of investing in the Stock Market and re-build yourself.

TAKING BABY STEPS AND INVESTING ON GOOD COMPANIES

Jollibee is my favorite and they are well diversified and profit driven company and at present they are under-valued.
This company have huge potential to grow double or triple from its present value; recent news of Joint Venture to Singlife is adding to the value
Megaworld will enjoy the ride of Duterte administration and future administration of BUILD, BUILD & BUILD Strategy to be better then neighbouring countries

THERE ARE MORE THEN THESE 3 COMPANIES

Philippines is moving forward – Gov’t borrowing more in Q1 2020; this is a good news because they are borrowing to re-build the country and this will huge foreign investors confidence to come to Philippines.

THE GOVERNMENT plans to raise P420 billion from the local market next quarter via short- and long-term debt papers, nearly double the borrowing program it set this quarter.

According to a Dec. 23 memorandum, the Bureau of the Treasury’s (BTr) borrowing plan for the first quarter of 2020 is nearly double the P220-billion program this quarter and also bigger than the P360 billion that was programmed in this year’s first quarter.

The document showed the state will borrow P240 billion through Treasury bills (T-bills) next quarter, similar to what it programmed in first quarter this year.

The Treasury is also looking to raise P180 billion via the sale of Treasury bonds (T-bonds), higher than the previous P120-billion program.

T-bills will be offered at P20 billion per offer, broken down into P8 billion for 364-day papers and P6 billion each for the 91-day and the 182-day securities. WE SEE THE POSITIVE SIDE OF THIS BORROWINGS

IGNORE PEOPLE THAT WON’T BELIEVE IN YOU; NUMBERS DON’T LIE

Stay focus enjoy the journey in the Stock Market and choose the right companies that you can see potential and invest on them. Accumulate your resources back and re-build your wealth and trust God.

As you re-build your investment portfolio clear your business debt if you have any and stand tall in front of this people because you have made it.

INVEST TODAY

Start investing in the Philippines Stock Market; enjoy the journey and never let any say that you are NO GOOD; their views about you is not important but rather what God thinks about you is important.

Don’t let your past determine your future – Chris Gardner

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