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Philippine Photo Gallery / Re: Kwartang malabo
« on: June 20, 2013, 08:21:29 PM »
ang padongan sa dollars sa mga money changers usa ka bombay [indian nationality]. usa sa ijang mga empleyado mi hangjo nga mo sulod sa negosyo nga money changing. maajong tawo ang bombay. he is a generous man. most rich people are generous. gi hatagan ug pohonan sa bombay. karon ang iyang gamay nga puwesto mo change ug kinagamayan $100,000 a day. kaila sa ahong kaluha ang bombay. pero dili nato ibutyag iyang ngan. secret. ultra rich ning tawhana. pila ka libo gud ang mga money changers sa manila . and he makes a profit in every transaction. every time naay mag pa ilis ug dollar naa sijay ganansya. daghang kahibulongan nga tawo nga mga kaila sa ahong kaluha. usa niini mao si wayne morris, hollywood producer.

wayne morris is the producer of SUMMER OF 2014. just kidding ;D

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Inspiration & Hope / Re: The best is unseen
« on: June 20, 2013, 08:00:05 PM »
the best things in life are free.  take time to smell the flowers

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Rose McGowan

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 07:47:50 PM »
na basa sa ahong kaluha ang HOW TO BE RICH a zillion times. his business is trading penny stocks. he has 4 traders which he trained working for him. they dont have a salary. they work on commission. each trader makes 1 to 2 thousand dollars a day in commissions. when my kaluha is in the mood, he trades. he will trade USEI today. but he trades only once in a while. kay busy man sija ug salida sa tbnation.

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 07:38:35 PM »
How to Get Rich
By Mark Morgan Ford

"Contrary to popular modern belief, it is still quite possible for the successful individual to make his million - and more."

J. Paul Getty wrote these words in 1960, in his book, How to Be Rich. It's as true now as it was then... and Getty shows his readers that anyone with the right mentality can get rich by developing a handful of habits.

Getty was a very rich man. I've heard it said that in today's dollars, his wealth was greater than Bill Gates' and Warren Buffett's put together.

Getty made his fortune by buying up oil businesses at bargain prices just after the depression. A small portion of the book is devoted to telling this story. The rest of it presents his thesis: Anyone with the right mentality can get rich by developing a handful of habits.

How to Be Rich is very easy to read. Written as a series of essays for Playboy magazine, it feels like a casual conversation with a very rich friend.

"Although there are no sure-fire formulas for achieving success in business," Getty says, "there are some fundamental rules to the game, which, if followed, tip the odds of success very much in the businessman's favor."

Those rules include:
The best way to make a fortune is to own your own business.
The central aim of every business is to produce more and better goods (or more and better services) to more people at a lower cost.
A sense of thrift is essential for success in business.
Legitimate opportunities for expansion should not be overlooked.
The business owner must run his own business. He cannot expect employees to run it for him.
The business owner must be constantly alert for new ways to improve his products and services and increase his production and sales.
Nothing builds confidence and volume faster than a reputation for standing behind one's product.
The book is loaded with practical advice for business owners and employees who want to share in the profits of their businesses.

How to Be Rich also has a chapter devoted to passive investing. Most people don't realize it, but Getty's record as a buyer of stocks was stellar. What was his strategy? To buy great companies with distinct competitive advantages when their shares are cheap.

Sound familiar?

Another chapter talks about real estate. Getty was a big believer in real estate as a secondary investment and made millions that way. He also talks about investing in fine art. In the course of his business life, Getty acquired one of the greatest private collections of art in his time. He left much of that collection to various museums, including the Getty Museum in Malibu, California.

What I like about this book - besides the fact that Getty has come to the same conclusions on wealth-building that I have - is that it is extremely motivational. There is something about the way he writes that feels authentic (as opposed to Donald Trump, for example). When you have the world's richest man giving you advice on getting rich, you want to listen.

That said, a few of his ideas might be surprising to some readers. For example, Getty is famous for pinching pennies... But he believed in paying his employees well and letting his best employees get wealthy by sharing in the profits. He was not condescending to his employees. He treated them like partners.

The most successful business people I know share this view.

Another contrarian idea: Getty disputes the idea that the business owners should think big and take big chances. His success, he says, came from "thinking small" (i.e. paying attention to details) and avoiding risk at every juncture.

If you have ambitions of being truly rich one day, you should read How to Be Rich. If you have already read it once, you should read it again and again.

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 11:57:26 AM »
ang stock market mo abre sa buntag ug 9:30. mo serado pod pagka alas 4 sa hapon. Last  0.006 mao na ang share price sa stock at exactly 4pm. Volume 84,677,313 means the no. of shares bought and sold throughout the day

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 11:30:46 AM »
US Energy Initiatives Corporation Inc USEI:OTC Pink - Current Information
 
Last   0.006
Change/% Change  -0.0025  -29.41%
Volume  84,677,313



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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 11:29:02 AM »
TRADING[/b] portfolio

US Energy Initiatives Corporation Inc USEI

Bid/Size
0.0076 / 10,000
Ask/Size
0.0077 / 110,000
Price Open
0.0112
Previous Close
0.0085
Day High
0.018
Day Low
0.0076
52wk High/Date
0.0299 / 7/30/2012
52wk Low/Date
0.001 / 10/17/2012

Bid/Size
0.0057 / 10,000
Ask/Size
0.007 / 10,000
Price Open
0.0112
Previous Close
0.0085
Day High
0.018
Day Low
0.0053
52wk High/Date
0.0299 / 7/30/2012
52wk Low/Date
0.001 / 10/17/2012

pagka hapon, os-os na ug maajo ang share price sa USEI. palit na pod ug usab si balong bale ug $10,000 at .0057 per share. naa nay ganansyang gamay. pero wa pa mo baligja si balong. mamasin basin ta ugma nga mo saka pa gihapon ang presyo. .006 na karon ang share price sa USEI.

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 11:20:38 AM »
most of the location shootings of AMIGO were done in maribojoc, bohol.

location shootings for SUMMER OF 2014 will be done in  new york, florida, china, cebu, maribojoc and an island in bohol where everything will END
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shooting unta pod sa russia galing lang kay delikado ron mag soroy soroy didto. kay ga bingkil ra ba si obama ug si putin. maneguro na lang ta. china lang ta mag shooting

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:57:49 AM »
Mayor-Evasco-with-Amigo-team-1024x768 - Show Posts - lakandula
Maribojoc Mayor Leoncio B. Evasco, Jr. with Amigo writer-director John Sayles (third from right) and producer
 Maggie Renzi (beside Mayor Evasco) at one of the film’s location site in Toril, Maribojoc.


The international movie ‘Amigo’, formerly ‘Baryo’ and filmed entirely in Bohol, will premiere in Tagbilaran City on February 9 at the ICM Screenville 1.
The John Sayles’ saga of a slice of Philippine-American War in 1900 has been getting rave reviews in film festivals abroad, such as in Toronto, San Sebastian (Spain), London, Los Angeles and Argentina.
Amigo, cited as a movie that traces the roots of American war policies, offers not only a visual treat but an educational experience as well on a forgotten era of Philippine history.
This international film introduces some 80 Boholano talents who play supporting roles (6 of whom with name characters) as villagers or guerrillas, and provide able support to an international cast that includes some award-winning Hollywood actors and veteran Filipino thespians.
Amigo shows many natural and heritage sites in Bohol, particularly the rice fields, forests and river views of interior villages of Toril, Maribojoc, the Clarin ancestral house in Loay, the Basdacu cave in loon, a scenic filed in Corella, a part of the San Agustin Church in Panglao and a hanging bridge in Antequera.
Film director John Sayles, producer Maggie Renzi and some of the film’s cast led by veteran Joel Torre will attend the premier screening.
Part of the proceeds of the screening will go to the Baryo Amigo Project, a continuity project aimed at developing crafts and encouraging sustainable livelihood activities to help support the large farming and fishing communities in the film sites, as well as set up a learning center for young villagers.
Filed under Gen. Press Release, Maribojoc Permalink

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:54:20 AM »
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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:52:07 AM »
most of the location shootings of AMIGO were done in maribojoc, bohol.

location shootings for SUMMER OF 2014 will be done in  new york, florida, china, cebu, maribojoc and an island in bohol where everything will END

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:48:14 AM »
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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:47:16 AM »
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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 06:46:12 AM »
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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 05:55:25 AM »
while balong lives in a little nipa hut, which is good enough for him. it's not bad to want to be rich because we were meant to live a life of ABUNDANCE

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 05:53:04 AM »

exactly if you are good at your profession, riches will follow. my cousin who is a doctor like you lives in a $9 million home

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 02:49:20 AM »
i think you will make a good investor, dok lorenz. you are a good researcher. someday you will be worth millions of dollars. just follow balong's advice on how to manage your money so it will

grow and grow and grow and grow

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 02:25:10 AM »
as balong said, money is relative. his friend makes $100,000 in 1 day. george soros made more than 1 billion dollars in 1 day when he broke the bank of england in 1992

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 02:20:41 AM »
naay kaila si balong nga trader. he makes more than $100000 in 1 day. but he stays with his computer practically 24 hours a day. matog lang ug kadiyot, mokaon, mangihi, malibang. kay addict na man sija sa kwarta. he has become a slave of his money. while our hero, mr. balonglong tikongkong is the master of his  money. mo trade lang sija ug ganahan. because his money is working for him. he dont need to work anymore because his INVESTMENTS are making the money for him.

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Help & Support / Re: POLL
« on: June 20, 2013, 02:09:39 AM »
ganihang buntag mi taya si balong ug $10000. he bought USEI at .012. he sold a few minutes later at .017. naka ganansya sija ug kapin $4000 in just a few minutes of trading

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