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COLFinancial Calculators Down… Again?

I've received messages to my FB and Twitter page from readers that the Calculators are down.

6 Steps to Master the Art of Budgeting

Budgeting is an essential skill that everyone should take into heart. This is one of the basic steps if you want to be Financially savvy.

Stock Risk Reward Ratio Calculator

Do you want to know your stock transaction Risk Reward Ratio? Use this calculator!

How to Compute the Stock's Risk Reward Ratio

In order for you to profit in the Stock Market, you need to be a Risk Taker. However, in order to survive it…You need to be a Risk Manager.

Warren Buffet's Financial Advise During a Pandemic

As we are slowly accepting the New Normal and is sorting out our lives to live with the new set up. Still, some of our systems/routines are reluctant with the adjustments.

COLFinancial Calculators Down?

As you may have observed, all of the tools under the blog's Calculators category had been down for around two or three days. The reason for this issue was a digital certificate that expired on May 16, 2020.

Present and Future COVID19 Plan: Where to Invest Your Capital

Truly, this pandemic is unprecedented, though it was expected to happen sooner or later, given that the last major pandemic was at least 100 years ago. What the world didn't expect, however, is the sheer effect on the economy.

PhilHealth Contribution Table for OFWs Effective 2020

UPDATE: Increase in PhilHealth premiums of OFWs suspended. As the news about PhilHealth's increased monthly premium start circulating. The agency received backlash from the affected OFWs, that it forced the government to suspend the said roll out.

List of Cyclical and Non Cyclical Industries

As we wait for the development of the vaccine, our best method of controlling the infection is to practice social distancing and adhering to the set quarantine procedures.

What Are the Types of Stocks to Buy During Stock Market Recessions

As the world is battling for its survival against the coronavirus pandemic, the publicly listed companies are also fighting their own battle to keep their prices from falling too much, and in turn keep the economy afloat.

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