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« Reply #100 on: January 23, 2008, 12:24:03 PM »
Turotot man jud....
"Asset Developer, Household Manager and Relationship Builder"

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« Reply #101 on: January 23, 2008, 05:26:16 PM »
na ang tale of fortune kay musikero na karon...
A Champion is a dreamer that refused to give up!


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« Reply #102 on: January 23, 2008, 06:38:33 PM »
tokaron naho ang ahong  torotot alang sa Kalipay ni willmerit. swabe kaajo ang mga nota gikan sa ahong torotot. lapot ug espeso.

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« Reply #103 on: January 24, 2008, 11:29:56 AM »
Ayaw sa D.O...murag ako ang na hadlok para ni Will....sau pa kaau..sunaha sa si Will kung ready na sya..

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« Reply #104 on: January 24, 2008, 01:46:57 PM »
unsa man will, sogot ka?


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« Reply #105 on: January 25, 2008, 10:50:02 PM »
go a head will kayang kaya mu yan, basta kung motosik paaka dayon ha ha ha.

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« Reply #106 on: January 26, 2008, 05:07:54 AM »
Hello, everyone. Missed you all. Been busy these past few days. John Paulson, a little known hedge fund manager, made about $4 billion last year when he bet that housing values will go down. This month of January, I made a little profit of $26,000 from my stock market play. Now , I dont have any deal coming so I hope I can go back to dokdok again.

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« Reply #107 on: January 28, 2008, 12:28:17 AM »
I dont have any deals coming up, so I can relax and continue discussing the Brigham St. Society, one of the secret investment societies . This society was first organized in 1978. If you invested $10,000 with them when they begun, it would have become $1 million in just 12 years. If you started with $20,000 , you would have a million in 8 years. Investing with America's best secret investment societies is not at all like investing in a regular business. No matter which way the stock market is going, your investment is quiet safe with these guys. It will always be going up. These secret societies are always scouring the market for the next big deal, spin-offs, buy-outs, takeovers, venture capital..etc. Why are these organizations so secretive. I'll explain it all to you, dear readers of this topic. Keep on reading.



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« Reply #108 on: January 28, 2008, 02:31:24 AM »
Fortune go ahead explain it very well what are the secrets in investing the stocks dili na magpa beatin-beatin.

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« Reply #109 on: January 28, 2008, 03:46:14 AM »
There are no secrets John. All investors know that in order to make money in the stock market, all you have to do is.....

BUY LOW, SELL HIGH  ;D

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« Reply #110 on: January 28, 2008, 03:58:50 AM »
I know your so much experienced in buying stocks could you give us what company I mean stocks are best for this time.

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« Reply #111 on: January 28, 2008, 04:14:42 AM »
The value of the US dollar is disappearing ----- FAST. This weekend, Merill Lynch will have to write off another $15 billion in sub-prime losses. Both Merill and Citibank are pleading for additional capital from the Chinese and Arabs to shore up their losses. There are gaping black holes in their balance sheets.  I was FORTUNEnate enough to eke out a small profit this month. To my dear friends in the good old USA, be very careful with your investments. Your buying power, your savings, your retirement are all in jeopardy as the dollar continues its headlong plunge. In early 2007, greedy lenders made trillions of dollars in reckless loans to underqualified buyers, and imprudent buyers  used ARMS [adjustable rate mortgage] to buy more house than they could afford. Now we  have to pay for our recklessness. The euro will shatter the dollar, the US dollar has now plunged to its lowest level in history. Even the lowly peso of Gloria Labandera has gained value against the dollar. The US dollar has already dropped a staggering 33% against major world currencies since 2001. Scary, isn't it ?


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« Reply #112 on: January 28, 2008, 04:22:55 AM »

ALTRIA is one stock I can recommend.

This question of yours John is good for another topic. But dont be in  too much of a hurry. The cardinal rule in investing is always the same, do not lose your money. Play it safe. You can only do as I do once you already have many years of experience.

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« Reply #113 on: January 28, 2008, 04:57:34 AM »
you're right but it's too late to step backward I'm not cautious, I already loss everyday thousands of dollar for my stocks bacause of our dollar value tumbling everyday. That's why sometimes I don't want to open or to see my stocks it's make me too much headache.

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« Reply #114 on: January 28, 2008, 02:25:25 PM »

You bet it's scary!


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« Reply #115 on: January 28, 2008, 07:26:11 PM »
A bit of brotherly bol-anon advice John. Once your stocks drop in value, SELL. Do not expect it to rise again. Cut your losses at once. And live on to fight another day. Never forget the cardinal rule. Preservation of capital is the most important thing to do if you would like to make money in this game. Once upon a time, when I was still new to this game, I lost $5000 in one day on one stock because I was reluctant to sell. It's a natural instinct to hold on to our stocks.

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« Reply #116 on: January 29, 2008, 11:28:57 AM »
Youre right fortune.. but had you ever heard of the CAN SLIM rule? do you follow those strategies? I cut off my losses if they go beyond 5%. Sometimes its good to hold on especially on stocks that are very volatile. they can easily recover too.. but just be careful..always set limits..

fortunate a.k.a balong..  if im not mistaken.. i know youre a very experienced trader or investor... i hope you would share some of your portfolio's hehehee... are you a daily trader? any good stock to short this week? could you share.. pleaseeeeeeeee...........

thanks fotunate

"Like most trends, at the beginning it's driven by fundamentals. At some point, speculation takes over. What the wise man does in the beginning, the fool does in the end." -Warren Buffet

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« Reply #117 on: January 29, 2008, 04:58:25 PM »
I dont understand this. What do you mean by fortunate a.k.a. balong. Please explain. I retired from active day trading a long time ago. My nerves can't take it anymore. Sure, you can easily make money but I dont want to be tied up to my computer the whole day.


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« Reply #118 on: January 29, 2008, 07:35:54 PM »
Your ability to create and retain wealth is determined by your relationship with money. Like everything else, money is a form of energy which is attracted to the energy that is like itself. Your relationship with anything determines how much of that thing you are attracting or repelling. Money does not exist by itself but it is always attached with the energy of the person who relates with it. The same money can be experienced by different people in different ways according to the relationship they each have with it.

Rich people know that money is important, that is why they have it. Poor people think money is not important, that is why they lack it. Can you imagine if you kept telling your spouse that they are not important, how long do you think they are going to stay with you? What you appreciate, appreciates in value. What you do not appreciate, depreciates in value. Know that money is important and appreciate it, but do not be attached to it. It’s having a healthy relationship where you cherish it but are free from it.

Your motivation for making money is vital. If your motivation for making money comes from fear, anger or the need to prove yourself, then money will never bring you happiness. Anger and the need to prove yourself are also forms of fear. It is a state of being where you feel you don’t have something and therefore you need to fight to get it. It is to intend and act from a place of fear. The opposite is to intend and act from a place of love. It is a state of being where you are whole and doing what brings you joy.

You may not think of fear as your main motivation for success, but instead you may think it is security. But security as motivation is also fear based, because seeking security comes from insecurity. Having more money will not solve the problem because the root of the problem is not money but fear. When you have more money, you fear that you will lose it or that people will be after your money. If you can’t be secure now, you can never be secure no matter how little or how much money you ever have.

For people who are driven by the need to prove that they are good enough, no amount of money or anything else that they have will ever be enough. Your inner world creates your outer world. If you believe you are not enough, you will validate that belief and create the reality that you don’t have enough. On the other hand, if you believe you are enough, you will create plenty of abundance. The outer world does not create your sense of self. You create your sense of self and it creates your external reality.

Many people who come from poor families become angry about it. Their anger drives them to go out and get rich or at least have the motivation to do so. But the more money they make, the angrier they become. Because their money is linked with anger. When they get tired of being angry and just want to be happy, they do things subconsciously to get rid of their money in order to get rid of their anger. But they still remain angry without money because the real issue is resentment with their parents.

Some people encountered painful incidents with money in the past such as losing loved ones because of it. They may find themselves involved in careers where they are subconsciously still trying to save the person or salvage the situation. They link money with pain and therefore they subconsciously get rid of all their money in an effort to get rid of their pain. Whenever you link pain, fear, anger or inadequacy with money, that is what you will experience with it no matter how much or how little you have of it.

Be aware of your mental associations with money. If you know what your negative mental associations with money are, you can change them by changing your relationship with the actual thing that relates with money. Deal with your sense of self, your experience with the past, your consciousness of abundance, and your mental relationship with others. Your real issue is in the inner world, and once you’ve handle it, you can make money through positive motivations of purpose, contribution and joy.

Your relationship with money is also reflected by your relationship with rich people. Rich people admire other rich people. Poor people resent other rich people. Other people are extensions of yourself. If you think bad of rich people, you would subconsciously prevent yourself from becoming rich because you are resisting having the same identity. You can’t be rich if you think bad of rich people but you think of yourself as good. How can you possibly learn from or be inspired by someone you put down?

Practice admiring, blessing and loving rich people. Bless that which you want. It is not enough to bless money, but you also have to bless those that have it. You need to be a rich person in order to have plenty of money. Imagine yourself having it as well and you will bless those that have it. Whenever you think thoughts of resentment about a rich person making more money than they deserve or you are judging their intentions, immediately switch to thinking thoughts of praise, admiration and support for them.

Your opinions about other people’s wealth makes no difference to their happiness and wealth but it makes a difference to your happiness and wealth. It is because what you think about them, you are thinking about yourself too. Truly love money and rich people. Make money because of love and not because of fear. Ultimately the measure of real wealth is in knowing you’re not lacking in any way. Those who know they have enough are truly wealthy. It’s the inner game of wealth that creates your outer riches.

Enoch Tan

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« Reply #119 on: January 30, 2008, 12:15:38 AM »
nya fortune.. could you share your opinion on the market right now? ive lost a couple of thousands in a span of five days.. due to BIDU(3 weeks ago) and AAPL(last week)..

could you share any investing strategy.. everything is just very volatile right now.. any ideas?




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