About

I'm Manny. As of writing, I'm 27 years old and I'm working as a software developer in the Philippines for 6 years. I enjoyed the money I earned during my first years, mostly spending it to travel, having fun and drinking beer.Now that I'm starting to settle down, I need to be more responsible with my finances.

I have a finance mentor but he wants to remain anonymous for personal reasons. Aside from research, many of my knowledge in investing came from him. You don't need to know much about him except that I trust him and he's been investing for more than 20 years.

I got interested in investment because I didn't know about these things before. And now that I know something about, I want to share the knowledge and continue my research. Makes me wonder why these things aren't taught in schools; it should be, it makes people wiser about their money.

Need a financial advice?

If you need financial advice from problems like if you're working abroad to simply knowing the basic stuff, I'll try to answer them A.S.A.P. and also seek advices from my mentor and colleagues. Feel free to email your inquiries to me: manny@pesobility.com

Want to contribute an article?

Got something interesting to share? Submit an article to manny@pesobility.com , and I'll be more than happy to post it in my blog after reviewing it.

Also, you are encouraged to contribute to Pesobility Wiki. It's very easy to create and edit a page, and you can do it anonymously. Feel free to add anything related to investments, especially those that are related to Philippines.


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9 comments:

  1. Hi Manny,

    Thank you for this wonderful blog. Good job! It is very informative and I learn a lot of things from it. I already bookmark it and I hope to see more articles from you! :)

    Thanks,
    Jayson P. Z.

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  2. Hi po, lagi nyong binabanggit sa posts nyo ang about sa mentor nyo, pano po ba magkaroon ng mentor at libre ba yun? hehe salamat!

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  3. Happy holidays. I happened to land on this page for an update in Phils stocks. It's very useful indeed. I've been to stock for a year now and happy to say that its worth trying it. May we have more to share more.

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  4. Sir, can you refer me to any free websites that monitor in real time the trading in the PSE, like indicating how much selling is going on or buying is going on, and whether the day is into selling than buying, or otherwise.

    Thanks in advance, and please reply vaa my email, mdejess(@)gmail.com.

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    1. you may check this website http://mystockalarm.com

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  5. You say: "I'm Manny. As of writing, I'm 27 years old and I'm working as a software developer in the Philippines for 6 years. I enjoyed the money I earned during my first years, mostly spending it to travel, having fun and drinking beer.Now that I'm starting to settle down, I need to be more responsible with my finances."

    I am glad that you are making money from investing in stocks.

    I have this idea, namely, that I will let you use say one million pesos to make money, and you keep 60% and I, 40% -- of the profit every, say, every month. Profit here means "end value minus one million equals profit: so that at the start of next month, you again have one million to use; but if you don't make any profit, then you have to add from your own pocket more money to the extant balance as much as to be starting again with one million pesos to use in the stock market.

    Please reply via my email, mdejess(@)gmail.com.

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  6. Gudpm Sir! Meron po ba kau App para sa Android ng Top Gainers and Worst Losers? Malaking tulong po un para sa mga investors tulad ko. Thank you po and God bless!

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  7. meron silang real time update sa stocksph about top gainers, losers, blue chips, penny stocks and all stocks. you can check it at
    https://www.stocksph.com/market-activity

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