Financial literacy seminar in Hong Kong
By Randell Tiongson on July 7th, 2013
If you are an OFW based in Hong Kong, please attend the financial literacy forum being sponsored by Smart Pinoy and the Philippine Consulate of H.K. on August 4, 2013.
For inquiries, please send an e-mail to [email protected]
Free personal finance seminar in Israel
By Randell Tiongson on November 9th, 2012
It is a privilege and a great honor to be able to conduct a Free personal finance seminar for the OFWs in Israel this Saturday, November 10 at 7:30pm.
Venue is at 15-3rd Floor, Neva Shaanan Street, Tel-Aviv, Israel. You may also call 545-802-575
Everyone is invited! Your quest for financial peace starts here. Shalom!
Review: No Nonsense Investments Seminar
By Randell Tiongson on September 25th, 2012
So humbled by the review of Ms. Bituin Callanta in her blog. With her permission, I am re-posting her review. Catch our next finance & investments seminar soon!
Last weekend, I attended Randell Tiongson’s No Nonsense Seminar on Finance: How to Invest in the Future. I’ve been following his blog and Twitter account ever since I got curious about investing and wanted to know more about investing opportunities here in the Philippines. He writes in a way that even the most financially illiterate can understand investment concepts without sounding condescending. Naturally, I wanted to attend one of his seminars and I’m glad I didn’t pass up this chance because he is as engaging as a speaker as he is a writer.
What I liked best about the seminar is that Randell emphasized right at the start ia that the BEST PERFORMING ASSET IS YOURSELF (yes, I have to write that down in all-caps =D). I totally agree that educating yourself is the best type of investment. If you want to learn more about a certain topic or skill, then you study about it, plan accordingly, and take actions. And it’s not true that failing is not an option, it is what you do after failing matters the most.
Marvin Germo, a stock expert, was a guest speaker in the seminar. His talk complemented the things Randell said about investing. He also emphasized setting your goals before investing on anything and to diversify investments (i.e. do not invest on a single entity). While I know some of the basics of the stock market, it was really helpful to learn about it in a Philippine context, where the examples given were local companies and trends. The one hour allotted for him was too short!
It was an afternoon well-spent. I’d recommend this seminar to anyone who wants to learn how to start investing because it’s very sensible (no nonsense indeed!) and empowering.