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6 Worst Spending Habits of Filipinos

6 Worst Spending Habits of Filipinos

Here are the worst spending habits of Filipinos that you should be aware of: Feast with Friends Filipino’s cultural predisposition to get along with others puts them in a situation where they: spend for co-workers snack or lunch as a treat because it is their birthday or payday, obligatory celebration held for relatives and neighbors because a balikbayan has just arrived, not being able to say no to everyone who’s ...

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4 Easy Steps to Pay Off Your Credit Card Debts

4 Easy Steps to Pay Off Your Credit Card Debts

By Joel Barretto, CFPⓇ | via Negosentro.com | So you finally realized that you have overextended yourself and your debts are out of control.  If you don’t do something soon, chances are you will be in debt for the rest of your life.  So what now? It’s time for debt rehabilitation! Just like alcoholism, gambling or drug addiction, credit card debt is a sickness that can be thwarted with the right motivation ...

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The Most Trusted Channels for Branded Content

The Most Trusted Channels for Branded Content

by Ayaz Nanji  | Consumers say Facebook is the channel in which they are most likely to trust content created by a brand/company, according to a recent report from The Acquity Group. The report was based on data from a survey of more than 2,000 consumers in the United States. Respondents gave Facebook an average score of 4 as a trusted content source from brands (1=most trusted; 10=least trusted). Magazines and newspapers ranked second (4.4 ...

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Pinoy Entrepreneur Summit Happens on October 14

Pinoy Entrepreneur Summit Happens on October 14

by Jim Moriones, Negosentro.com | LDF Events Management will held its first ever Pinoy Entrepreneur Summit: Getting INto Business – From Passion to Action on October 14, 2015 (Wednesday) 10:00 AM- 5:00 PM at Megatrade Conference Center, 5/F Bdg. B, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.  Pinoy Entrepreneur Summit: Getting INto Business – From Passion to Action is a fun and dynamic gathering of the youth, aspiring entrepreneurs and young professionals who ...

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Why a college degree can sometimes make it harder to get a home

Why a college degree can sometimes make it harder to get a home

In 30 of the top 100 markets in the country, saving for a 20% down payment is faster without a college degree, according to a new study from Trulia. “In those markets, a household with a college degree isn’t making that much more than a household without,” said Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia’s housing economist. “The burden that student debt brings to a household with a college degree makes it slower to ...

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Tiger Woods is the most overpaid athlete on the planet

Tiger Woods is the most overpaid athlete on the planet

Woods, who missed the cut at the British Open after another brutal showing Friday and Saturday, was the ninth-highest paid athlete of the past 12 months according to a ranking by Forbes. e made more than $50 million. Most of that money came from endorsements. Nike (NKE) has continued to back Woods even though he has been a shell of his former self. Woods won just $600,000 in prize money from golf tournaments in ...

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Investing? See how Apple could make a $53 billion profit this year

Investing? See how Apple could make a $53 billion profit this year

In the last three months of 2014, Apple posted the biggest quarterly profit – $18 billion — in corporate history. For Apple’s fiscal year, which ends in September, the company is set to rake in $52.5 billion in earnings, according to analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters. If Apple (AAPL, Tech30) hits that mark, it would be the largest annual profit ever generated from a company’s operations. (Fannie Mae got a giant one-time accounting benefit in 2013 ...

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5 Things You Can Learn From Marvin Agustin’s Successful Resto Business

5 Things You Can Learn From Marvin Agustin’s Successful Resto Business

Marvin Agustin is one of the brains behind many popular restaurants like Robotosan, Kung Fu Kitchen, SumoSam, Tokyo Grill, Marciano’s, Johnny Chow, Komrad, John & Yoko, and several others. Here are the 5 things that you can learn from his successful business journey: You need education but not necessarily a Business Degree According to Marvin, he only finished high school. But, because he wanted to learn about the food business, ...

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6 Pinoy Celebrities with Cool Resto Biz

6 Pinoy Celebrities with Cool Resto Biz

Looking for your next food trip place? How about visiting your favorite celebrities’ restaurant? Here are the lists of Pinoy celebrities with resto business: Cesar Montano’s Bellissimo Ristorante If you want a taste of an authentic Italian cuisine, Bellissimo Ristorante owned by actor and host Cesar Montano is a must go. His Resto located in Quezon City serves popular dishes like Cesare Pasta, Spaghetti Aglio Olio, Sunshine Pizza, baby back ...

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Warren Buffett celebrated July 4 with a New Stock — Kraft Heinz

Warren Buffett celebrated July 4 with a New Stock — Kraft Heinz

by Jaime Williams, CFA, via Standard Daily | If Warren Buffet is going to eat too much hot dogs dipped in Heinz Ketchup, Velveeta cheese and other foods of The Kraftz Heinz Company then you must not be too much surprised. The Kraft Heinz Company is the 5th largest food and beverage company of U.S. The company would start trading on Nasdaq by this Monday. Warren Buffet would be bringing the ketchup ...

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CNN releases 5 hottest stocks of 2015

CNN releases 5 hottest stocks of 2015

CNN | If orange is the new black, Netflix shares might be the new gold. At least that’s the kind of year Netflix (NFLX, Tech30) stock is having. Thanks to impressive subscriber growth, the streaming service’s shares have skyrocketed 91%. That easily makes them the best performer in the S&P 500 during the first half of 2015. Netflix (ranked #1 here) is so hot that last week it pulled an Apple (AAPL, Tech30) and split its stock – seven times!The move ...

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My Investing Guide for Dummies Part III

My Investing Guide for Dummies Part III

By Joel Barretto, CFPⓇ | via Negosentro.com | In my last article, we briefly went over some examples of “FIXED ASSETS.” We also learned, that although your principal (original investment) is generally safe with FIXED ASSETS, its returns usually makes it difficult to combat taxes and inflation over time.  Therefore, it would be prudent to diversify your assets. Like fine dining with good wine, a good pairing for FIXED ASSETS would be ...

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