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I was able to get inside my BDO online banking by doing the ‘Forgot Password‘ link. And I went through remembering the 2 secret questions, getting the 1-time password they sent to my Mobile, and changing it on the site.  
 
Whew!  (give myself a pat on the back!)  For me, that’s an accomplishment … coz I really hate going through all these hassles of just opening up a webpage.  (sigh!)  
 
But that’s how much I love you!  (chos!)  For the sake of those who have been repeatedly asking me how, here goes:

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buysellThe ASK is the price that the stock is being offered for. The BID is the price one is willing to buy the stock for.

Imagine you’re buying mangoes in the market. The vendor is selling them for Php60/kg. (ASK). You bargain with her to give it to you for just Php50/kg. (BID).

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Here are the steps to take in opening an account with COL Financial:

 

Step 1. Determine which kind of account you would like to open: COL Starter, COL Starter Plus or COL Premium.

 

COL Starter is an entry-level account suitable for long-term investing which requires a minimum investment of only Php5,000.00. COL Starter Plus is for active traders and requires a minimum investment of Php25,000.00. COL Premium is for the premier investor and requires a minimum investment of Php1M.

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mymaidtrcI’m starting this blog because I have lots of friends asking me to help them with COL Financial investment.

Now, I don’t claim to know everything about stock investing. I’m not even a registered broker. But I have accounts with COL Financial and thus, have some knowledge on how it works. [Thus, the title “COL Me Joey”]. Still, I would advise that you go to the COL Financial’s website directly to know more about it in detail. They have their own hotline to answer all your queries regarding Philippine stock investing.

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Stocks-updateI heeded Bro. Bo Sanchez’ call to start investing in Stocks barely 2 years ago. ALI (Ayala Land) had gone up from P16 to P27 per share, and FPH (1st Phil Holdings) from about P67 to a whopping P90 per share. You won’t get that from a mere time deposit in a bank. Not to mention the dividends these 2 companies give out from time to time.

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