Dick Gordon Has Yet To Declare Any Plan To Run For Any Public Office This 2016 — Will He Run?

Mabuhay Filipino Thinkers!

Dick Gordon’s #IpasokSiDick memes flooded the social media once again and triggers the curiosity of most Filpino voters — will he run this 2016?

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With less than 50 days prior to the actual filing of candidacy, former Senator Richard “Dick” Gordon has yet to declare any plan to run for any public office. And if there should be any announcement, it will come straight from him.

1According to our reliable source, the popular and highly celebrated statesmen in the persona of former Senator Richard “Dick Gordon”  is currently receiving a lot of invitations to speak about Leadership, Volunteerism and Disaster mitigation.

Though not yet officially confirmed he might visit Cebu this September 2015 due to an invitation for a one on one interview with the  former GMA-era NYC Commissioner-at-large Mike Acebedo Lopez‘s newest show titled : Open Mike — which just finished their first pilot episode with Sen. Grace Poe recently.

Photo from the Facebook page of Mike Acebedo Lopez

Photo from the Facebook page of Mike Acebedo Lopez

Meanwhile, in an interview with the INQUIRER.net, Gordon suggested some good probing questions that our voters should ask come election season,

“Voters have to ask: ‘What is your program? Do you have a track record? Can you prove that? How do you intend to do that?’ Then the candidate will answer. But no, because you people are saying that this candidate will win already. That’s it. That is why we are a sloppy country,”

Will he join the elections this 2016?

It is for us to wait and find out leaving most of our Filipino netizens to express their thoughts creatively online.

Photo courtesy of Joel Paras

Photo courtesy of Joel Paras

Photo meme that is now being viral online

Photo meme that is now being viral online

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I Got 20 New Investment Applications To PhilEquity And I Just Woke Up | Think Philippines!

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Mabuhay Filipino Thinkers!

I would like to share a short story about my experience earlier,

When the equity market is down, intelligent and informed people are flocking to get a piece of the action.

 
I am so happy that most of my investors are the informed one. I just woke up and to my surprised I got an additional 20 investment applications from my clients all over the world ranging from 5,000 pesos up to 8 digits.
 
Are they too excited? NO. Are they trusting me so much? NO.
Are they gambling? NO.

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Wilson Sy speaking before the PhilEquity Investors (Background: Washington Sycip and Wilson Sy)

 
If you are investing in a company with Washington Sycip as part of the BOD together with Willy Ocier and Greg Yu with fund managed by Wilson Sy, how can you go wrong?
 
These people survived many coup de etat, economic crisis and still manage to go afloat and make good money.
 
My dear friends/investors, thank you so much! Let’s make this correction as an opportunity! We’ve been into worst before and we survived!
 
Bring it on! Yehey!
#PhilEquity
#Equities
#MutualFunds
#PrincetonBusinessInitiative

#Philippines

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  • Managing Partner at Princeton Business Initiative
  • Lead Convenor of Isang Samahan, Isang Pilipinas (ISIP) and Think Philippines!
  • Agency Manager at Fortune CARE Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
  • Financial Wealth Planner at FWD Life Philippines
  • Financial Investment Advisor at Rampver Strategic Advisors

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Cost-averaging Is Not An Investment Strategy by John Mangun | Think Philippines!

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THE Philippine Stock Exchange is by conventional definition in “correction” mode because it is down 10 percent from the recent and historic high. Note how we use the word “mode” in that sentence.

When a stock index, or share price moves down less than 10 percent, it is considered a “pullback” or “retracement.” A movement between 10 percent and 20 percent is a correction. And beyond that, it is considered in a “bear market.” Therefore, we could conceivably move down another 10 percent and it would still be considered a correction.

What should be your strategy at this point in the stock market cycle? It appears that every investment guru and expert in town is convinced that you should be “cost-averaging” your existing holdings. They see this as the best “strategy.” Cost-averaging in a declining trend is not an investment strategy. At best, it is an investment technique and not a very good one at that, based on every model analysis made.

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However, if you want to make regular investments in the stock market as you would put some of your paycheck in the bank every month, that makes absolute sense. Take your extra P5,000 or P50,000 and put it into one of the professionally managed mutual funds available. That investment plan is one of the best things you can do for long-term wealth building.

But the idea of putting those same funds into an individual stock or even several issues on a regular schedule is wrong. Cost-average buying came from the idea that if you intend to invest, say P1 million, it was better to buy in tranches over a set period like one year to take advantage of the ups and downs of prices, even as the trend took the price higher. But even that has been shown to limit returns.

Statistical studies, which seem to be blasphemy to the cost-averaging believers, show that from January 1926 to December 2010 on the New York Stock Exchange, investing your money on one day yielded better results over every 20-year period than investing the same amount of money in equal chunks over 12 months. In the 70 percent of the time that investing everything all at once did better, it did better by 94 percent. When dollar-cost averaging did do better, it did so only by 77 percent. The same results happened for recent 10-year holding periods.

A strategy, whether in the stock market or in the battlefield, is designed for one important purpose: to answer as many as possible “If this/Then that” scenarios. “If the price goes down 10 percent, I will buy more” is a strategy. “If it’s the end of the month, I will buy more” is not. The cost-averagers always talk about anecdotal experiences where they bought at P10.00 and continued to buy all the way up to P100 and made a fortune. Everyone is a winner when prices are trending higher.

No cost-averaging enthusiast ever mentions a strategy along the lines of “If the price goes up to here, I will take a profit.” They are only concerned about continuing to buy over time regardless of the price or the direction. In fact, the experts seem to prefer falling prices to be able to buy more cheaply. The theory is that over a long enough period of time, prices will always go higher. Further, these same experts seem to have never had a losing trade. What they never mention is the situation when they are holding losing positions.

Buying more shares as the price goes higher makes perfect sense. But at some level you must take the profit. The cost-averaging group says that their strategy is based on continuous buying of increasing corporate value. That does not make sense.

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The Price-Earnings-Ratio (PER) shows the relationship of company profits to share price. The PER of the top 500 issues on the New York Stock Exchange has varied from 70 in 2009 to 15 in 2012 to the current 20. Share price does not always accurately reflect corporate fundamentals.

Your stock-market strategy must include at least two If this/Then that scenarios. If the stock goes to this price, I will take a profit. If the price goes down to here, I will take a loss.” How you decide that either through corporate or price analysis really does not matter.

Gregg Fisher is president and CEO of Gerstein Fisher investment company and the 44-year-old manager of its global large-cap investment fund, whose current performance ranked 4th  out of 296 peer funds. Fisher wrote this in the New York Times in 2011: “Dollar-cost averaging’s greatest value is to get people comfortable investing. The rational investor would not do it because it doesn’t make any sense, but we’re not rational.” I wonder which of our local gurus he has been talking to.

This article originally appeared at BUSINESS MIRROR by JOHN MANGUN

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Why Is The PSEi Going South & Why Is It Another Great Chance To Gain Money? | Think Philippines!

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A Consultant In The PHL Congress Shares His Opinion On What Is Good For Our Country | Think Philippines!

What is good for our country?

For the disclaimer first, the following is a layman’s view of some of the things thought out to be best for the country via such oft-repeated vehicles of ‘vision of good society’, ‘good governance’, even ‘Ideal Society’ [Skinner] if you may. It will dwell only on the more important aspects of universal experience as they happen in our daily lives – confront us at gut level, push us to the wall, and crimp our brains on how to make both ends meet. By no means are they a complete exhaustion of what ails where it does, what negatively impacts on whose lot, or which gaps must be filled or bridged. In short, the list continues. Transport studies say that the straight road is a no-no, a road must have twists and turns. Figuratively enough, the political roadmap into the future must navigate or even negotiate for a rationale cycle of ‘bargaining and compromise’ without having to sacrifice the greatest good of the greatest number. So here we go:

Presidential Palace of the Philippines

Presidential Palace of the Philippines

First, the matter of the West Philippine Sea is an issue far within our easy grasp. So offhand, we leave it to the wisdom of a global institutional order to arrive at its verdict. If that UN body accounts for our best interests in mind, then well and good but hopefully however it decides shall be meant to put the controversy which long placed us in a drag to a close – and with its prescription, the government takes heed or must yield. There is such a thing as ‘collaborative governance’ in a whole constellation of actors, variables, and interests even. ‘Soft power’ is vogue, maybe even king.

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Second, the truckloads upon truckloads of possibly toxic trash that pass by our gates – 50 containers to a 100 more – from a foreign country. It is of uncharacteristic kind of cargo being imported that is probably not found in the rules of the Bureau of Customs itself. But aided or apparently rationalized by the DENR, the agency that is normally expected not to allow its importation has expressed its stand that it is not toxic anyway. If there is no law that bans it so yet, then Congress is at liberty to do so and very well had all the time in the world to draft a policy memorandum that DENR be restrained from its exercise of unilateral authority, albeit gibberish. No one likes a day come when this country becomes the world’s largest garbage collector – for few pieces of silver.

Third, the case of OFWs should be a serious concern if only to prevent countless cases of our fellow Filipinos being victimized by their employers abroad and aided even by some unscrupulous local conduits. Given that the dollar remittances of OFWs buoy up our economy, it is only fitting and proper that we nurture them since their role is to our comparative advantage as a whole. To this end, POEA or OWA in collaboration with DFA, DOLE, Bureau of Immigration and other such cognizant agencies must collaborate toward a final template or roadmap in order to then preclude all these cases of drug ‘mules’, rapes, suicides, et cetera that find our Filipino women especially as usual victims. In short, it should be a mindset that sees ‘one as too many’ in terms of anyone who is victimized by a foreign employer. So, if we can move to that point – that “no OFW is left behind – then, the better..

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Fourth, the case of congestion on the road to the point as if there are no roads is a serious concern. Can something sound and simple yet be done in order to alleviate our individual and collective misery that runs through hell? It can feel like we don’t even need cars anymore once caught in tumultuous or humongous traffic web. There seems to be thirty 20-wheeler trucks for every ten private vehicles on the road and they cruise like train as if in illicit agreement. Add to the problem an x number of traffic lights, u-turn slots, traffic enforcers, car accidents and we shall have a complete picture of a one big mess. Therefore, do we build more roads? Do we build more trains? Not the least, can we fly? Do we need tiny little aircrafts that could bring us from Cubao to Ayala? One great mind sees as an ideal situation a scheme of things where ‘the poor drive their cars while the rich ride mass transit systems.” Sounds foolish? Maybe not. Come to think of it, the unmitigated mushrooming of condominiums near bustling urban corridors failed to mitigate people’s use and need of cars. Damn Filipinos they still bring their cars with them and from atop you see cars parked like tiles below. It’s more fun in the Philippines, you might say.

 

Fifth, the door to AFP modernization is not having the key to rob the vaults. If there is an honest-to-goodness system in the DND and AFP that can guard against all these reported collusions with private contractors with foreign counterparts where each bidder is asked a fee of as high as P30 million reportedly non-refundable, then it would be best. This has always been the problem in a case of ‘not mass consumption for the intended end-users’ but the ‘mass consumption’ between and amongst a ‘tiny little clique’ at the agencies concerned serving as ‘insurance agents’ [insuring that the contract is brokered, rigged if you will]. Can we even imagine government buying a single piece of combat helicopter costing over a whooping P1 billion? Should not one even suspect that at that cost, somebody at DND must have benefitted for over a hundred million? We need forensic accounting to do all the probe past 2016.

MNLF-AFP stand off Zamboanga City

MNLF-AFP stand off Zamboanga City

Sixth, the upcoming Congress must set in its agenda or order of business the matter of whether we ally with what foreign militaries toward a more beneficial security arrangement or alliances. If the government were to renew the usual military agreement with the US something that has already been abrogated, then it shall make sure that under any new arrangement, only the larger interest of our own defense, military and security concerns are best addressed. That goes true with our police – the AsiaPol, InterPol, and the like which are designed to effect real-time coordination against criminals or syndicates who operate within borderless frontiers. Indeed China may likewise be posturing as an emerging military power but what is too odd about a ‘balance of power’ this part of the region if that be the case? Let the ongoing dialogues between and amongst scholars and representatives of respective governments sit for hours in roundtable discussions since those armchair generals, directors, and major service commands know very little about global politics or international relations as the case maybe. Who at DND for example has a PhD in a relevant discipline with a well-rounded knowledge of China? Let us get to know them.

Seventh, there is a host of health issues that should place the DOH for one, the BFAD for another and other equally concerned agencies [i.e DA, DTI] on their toes. There must already be a thought-out mechanism in place against all assortment of stuff that endangers public health and therefore place public interest at risk. Who should see what food or food products are in the shelves that should not be sold in groceries supermarkets, and malls on account of their known toxic ingredients? That should include drugs or food supplements being sold with the regulator helpless to monitor their business operations. There ought to be a 24/7 Alert/Watch but then the curse of regulatory capture in most regulators is something that still ails us today. There ought to be light at the end of the tunnel.

Eight, the corruption issue corrupts absolutely and it operates best at the executive that implements the budget with no particular reference to this present dispensation, of course. There is indication to the effect that it wants to rid government of such corrupt and graft practices although the problem cannot be addressed absolutely. When public officials, in general, think that getting presidential appointments would have allowed them to do hanky-panky, they should rethink their illicit notions of such. In the internet of things, they can become easy prey for either the well-meaning individuals who want a corrupt-free society or those who carry their own agenda – political assassins aplenty. The whole problem is how well we can navigate the turbulent waters of corruption without the ship of the state listing [pardon the naval lingo] either left or right [port or starboard]. Of course the right road, in truth, still leaves much to be desired.

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Either we have a young democracy or a ‘mature’ one retarded by the virus of corruption that inflicts every organ of body polity. For decades on end, that seems to be the country’s state of health. All hospitals were closed, all surgeons were killed, all drugs were burnt. Chronic pestering corruption plays out in full bore. ‘Street-level bureaucrats’ had a field day. The ones that rule are the usual military, economic, and political elites. The leadership always fails to recruit from the ‘best and the brightest’ in their respective fields or disciplines while a country as small as Singapore did not hesitate to appoint holders of a valid Masters of Public Administration [unlike Ralph Rector, some uncorrected errors, he says] as cabinet secretaries – defense, health, agriculture, industry, whatever and they come from across the age spectrum. Here in our country? Certainly even the president himself has not a master’s degree to his name. Pardon, this part of bias, it is not necessarily just mine.

In the end, what is good for our country redounds to us individually. Let that succeed.


This is an original article submitted by Primer Pagunuran, a Doctorate Student in UP Diliman and currently a Consultant at the House of Representatives in the Philippines.


About The Editor-In-Chief of Think Philippines!

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Edwardo Miguel Guevarra Roldan

  • Managing Partner at Princeton Business Initiative
  • Lead Convenor of Isang Samahan, Isang Pilipinas (ISIP) and Think Philippines!
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  • Financial Wealth Planner at FWD Life Philippines
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UP CLOSE! Richard Branson,CEO of Virgin Group on Finding Your Passion Project | Think Philippines!

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Q: I have been told many times over the years, “You have a great attitude and drive, and an excellent mind. You should be an entrepreneur.” But what the heck should I do? I have limited funds and resources. Everything that looks like promising, someone else is doing or has done. I am unsure how to make an idea new or improved, which is frustrating. So what the heck should I do? — Daniel Armstrong

“What the heck should I do?” is a question every entrepreneur asks themselves at one point or another. If you tackle the problem with an open mind and a can-do attitude, it is also the question that will launch your career.

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Let’s get started. Grab a pen and paper (always have your notebook handy — you never know when the next great idea will come to you, and if you don’t write it down, it may soon be gone forever), then answer these two questions:

Question No. 1: What Do You Love?

Make a list of all the things you are passionate about or that interest you. It doesn’t matter if these items seem trivial or random — something on your list could spark a great entrepreneurial idea.

Now look at your list, and think about the industries and markets it touches on. Are any of them ripe for innovation? Think about the companies in those areas whose products and services you like. Most established businesses have some shortcomings — their customers are just waiting for a better alternative to arrive. Whether the businesses involved are small local operations, online superbrands or global corporate giants, if they’ve stopped innovating, you have an opportunity to seize the initiative. Sectors where companies have gotten too comfortable and have stopped putting customers first are particularly ripe for disruption.

Also look into starting up a related business. In hotspots like Silicon Valley, each successful startup seems to spawn other enterprising ventures that make the initial idea even better. A great creation like Twitter can lead to dozens of other good products, such as the video tool Vine and the scheduling service Hootsuite.

So rather than being discouraged when you find that someone is already acting on an idea similar to yours, welcome the competition. Pick specific examples of what you think their enterprise is doing brilliantly and try to learn why it works so well. Crucially, also look for areas where the business is performing less well, and work out how your startup could improve on things.

Get in contact with the business’s founders and ask plenty of questions. You’ll be surprised to find how many successful entrepreneurs are willing to give advice and guidance — they were all running startups once!

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Question No. 2: What Do You Hate?

Next, think about things that annoy, confuse or even anger you. If you ran the world, what changes would you like to make? Again, do not censor your thoughts: Just write!

Especially think about moments when you’ve experienced frustration. Whenever I see something that doesn’t make sense, like shoddy service on an airline, I start to think about how it could be improved upon. Many Virgin Group businesses have been sparked by our exasperation that another company wasn’t doing something well.

As a customer, you have sometimes been disappointed when businesses didn’t deliver on their promises. Now, as an entrepreneur, you are in a position to build a business that fixes some of those problems. The company that results will make people’s lives better, and you are more likely to be passionate about its purpose.

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Next Steps

Now look at your lists. If nothing immediately comes to mind, take some time out from your day to lie on your hammock and think about how you can act on those items and make the world a little bit better.

Next it’s time to start testing your ideas. You need to be brave and must accept that there are a lot of risks. Even the most carefully laid out plans don’t always meet with success, so it’s often better to put your product or service out there and let some prospective customers try it out.

While you’re in the testing and planning phase, go back to all those people who suggested that you become an entrepreneur and ask them for specifics about what they see as your strengths. Tell them about your ideas and ask for honest, raw feedback about your next steps. I do this too — I have always discussed new business ideas with my friends and family before turning them over to lawyers and investment experts.

Finally, don’t be afraid to ask your loved ones for support — you’ll need it, and they’ll gladly give it. With their help, I’m sure you’ll be able to call yourself an entrepreneur very soon. Good luck!

This article originally appeared at www.entrepreneur.com last  May 26,2014.

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Edwardo Miguel Guevarra Roldan

  • Managing Partner at Princeton Business Initiative
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  • Agency Manager at Fortune CARE Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
  • Financial Wealth Planner at FWD Life Philippines
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Omeng Tawid of Investing in the Philippines Stock Market – Tips and Tricks | Think Philippines!

Mabuhay Filipino Thinkers!

This article will be talking about the honorable and passionate  guy who created  Investing in the Philippines Stock Market –  Tips and Tricks.  A dedicated Facebook group for people who wanted to understand our equity market better and later developed and transformed itself naturally as a “one stop shop” for people who are interested to learn more about Finances and various type of investments not limited to Equity Investing, Health Care and Insurances. Galing diba?

We would not like to make this introduction long and here is Mr. Omeng Tawid’s response on our Top 5 Think Philippines Questions.

Enjoy reading and Be inspired to inspire others!


1) Who is the real Omeng Tawid  in Working Hours and Outside the office place? an IT consultant at work. Outside office, i meet people, write & read mostly. I attend The Feast everySunday where I learn a lot too!
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2) What is your favorite book?  Damiii! Maybe “Who moved my cheese?” a very tiny book but changed my life bigtime
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3) What made you create Investing in the Philippines Stock Market –  Tips and Tricks ? IPSM is created as first  in stocks investing back in 2012. It’s a free venue for anyone who want to learn investing. Later on ,
I created another for my blog follower –  http://facebook.com/groups/smartpinoyinvestor/
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4) What is the biggest financial mistake that you made? Lending to people who do not pay HAHA

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5) What is the best financial decision you made? Focus on creating multiple income streams.

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Interested to learn more about the man behind Investing in the Philippines Stock Market –  Tips and Tricks ? Visit his website now at http://www.smartpinoyinvestor.com/home


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Edwardo Miguel Guevarra Roldan

  • Managing Partner at Princeton Business Initiative
  • Lead Convenor of Isang Samahan, Isang Pilipinas (ISIP) and Think Philippines!
  • Agency Manager at Fortune CARE Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
  • Financial Wealth Planner at FWD Life Philippines
  • Financial Investment Advisor at Rampver Strategic Advisors

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