Where to Invest

where to invest


Certified WAHM l Licensed Financial Advisor & Professional Teacher l Financial Literacy Advocate l Founder of www.pinayinvestor.com

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10 Responses

  1. Very well said, can’t wait for your next post 🙂

    • Janice says:

      Thanks Eden! I appreciate your time reading my articles. 🙂

      what type of investment have you tried or interested in? 🙂

  2. As of now i have land property. I wanna try the stock market but im afraid i can’t monitor it regularly due to my work.

    • Janice says:

      Yes, I’m happy for you, at least you already have a good investment..
      It’s good to invest in stocks, but as I always say, “educate yourself first”
      when you think you’re ready, then go ahead! 😉

  3. Jaime says:

    Nice post :). I used to have 70% in stocks and 30% in a bond fund but decided to go 100% stocks about a decade ago.

    • Janice says:

      Hello Jaime! Thanks for your comment.
      Wow! you started investing in stocks a decade ago? You must’ve earned good returns by now. 🙂

      • Jaime says:

        I’ve done well :). I think it’s great that you’re keeping this journal as you’re learning, so others can learn with you. And you’re in a much better position than I was when I first started. Took me maybe 2 years before I felt I had learned enough to be comfortable and had a method.

        • Janice says:

          Good for you! I’m sure you’re already an expert investor/trader. I hope you could share some of your strategies/tips with us 😉

          I initially wanted to make this journal/blog private but I realized it may be a good idea to share my journey with others so that we could all learn together, invest together, and hopefully succeed together 🙂

          • Jaime says:

            I’m by no means an expert :). I still feel like I’ve only scratched the surface.

            But here’s the method that I felt suited me. I’m a strict fundamentalist. I only care about the companies’ financials. I find grossly undervalued companies based on several valuation methods. Then sell them when they’re overvalued. I never look at charts and I don’t day trade. I’m a programmer so I wrote some tools to help with the research. That’s it really :). It can get really tedious but there’s no need for advanced math.

          • Janice says:

            Wow! Those are really great tips!
            Thank you. I truly appreciate you sharing your tips with us here at Pinay Investor.
            This is what I like about making this journal public. I get to learn from people like you who share the same interests and kind enough to even share your own strategies especially in stock market investing.

            Thank you, really! 🙂

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