I like money but I hate numbers. This is the line I often say to people whenever I need to compute for something or anything that involves numbers in general. Hahahuhu. It’s funny but it’s true. Growing up, I’ve learned how to save at a young age. I put myself through college and have been financially independent compared to girls my age. It wasn’t a choice I wanted but I’m thankful of the experiences I had growing up because it made me prepare for my future. To be honest, dealing with money and investment can be daunting especially for people who have no idea on how to do the later. After all, managing one’s finances isn’t taught in school and saving has become a last resort for most of us–because we tend to save only what’s left of our allowance or salary .
The other week a friend of mine & I were talking about how rich people are lucky because they get to do businesses without having to loan from a bank or pool out their savings to fund their business because they’ve got investments they’ve acquired over the years. Thinking about it, I realize how crappy our mentality is about money. So if you want to have your own funds (extra money aside from savings or emergency fund) but your salary is just enough to cover your expenses and a little bit of savings, what would you do? Get into trading stocks that’s what.
I know trading can be an intimidating thing to do especially if you’re not financially fluent and have no or low risk appetite. Thankfully there are many ways you can start trading. And for us millennials who are very fond of using our mobile phones, did you know you can easily do trading with 2TradeAsia?
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𝙄 𝙝𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙣𝙪𝙢𝙗𝙚𝙧𝙨 𝙗𝙪𝙩 𝙄 𝙡𝙞𝙠𝙚 𝙢𝙤𝙣𝙚𝙮 The line I always say whenever I’m faced with excel files, computation, spreadsheets and the like 😆. While I learned to save up at a very young age, I learned about stocks and investments when I met @gojago He’s such a math geek & keeping updated with the stock market has become his form of hobby. And every time he goes on and on about this, I just pretend I’m equally excited when it’s mostly green & arrows pointing up 🤪. Now I can really keep up with him because I signed up at @2tradeasia to further my knowledge about stocks & investments. So far I’m enjoying using the app because it’s very intuitive even for noobs like me. Will write a more detailed post about it on my blog but if you’re interested to put your money on stocks, follow @2tradeasia because they can hold seminars for you, your family & even friends to help build your investment portfolio. ☺️
WHO IS 2TRADEASIA
2TradeAsia is the first online stock trading company in the Philippines. They started back in the year 2000 with a mission to develop an innovative and efficient online investment solution in the country. They help grow one’s hard-earned money in one of the fastest, most accessible & secure way. Since we Filipinos are mostly online most time of the day, this is one of the best ways for us to learn how to invest with just a few taps on our phones.
WHAT 2TRADE ASIA OFFERS
I like how I can easily access 2TradeAsia on my phone. Once you register you can easily start trading. I like that I get updates on the stock market and not in a very technical way.
2TradeAsia teaches people how to responsibly grow their money through investing in the Philippine stock market and provide them information, education, online trading platform and mobile app so it’s easy to invest whenever, wherever.
WHAT ARE STOCKS
Investing in or buying stocks simply means you’re buying ownership in companies listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange, such as Jollibee, BDO, Meralco and many more. As part-owner of a company, you can get a portion of the company’s earnings (dividends) or sell your shares to somebody else at a higher pricer (capital gains). These are how you earn in stocks.
Some things you need to know to get you started with 2TradeAsia
TRADE WHENEVER WHEREVER. You need a minimum of Php 25,000 to open an account and start trading.
You can transfer funds via major banks like BDO, BPI, RCBC, SECB, UBP.
MINIMUM COMMISSION. Buying fee is computed as: Stock Purchase Cost + Commission + VAT + PSE + PCD while selling fee is computed as: Extension – Commission – VAT – Sales Tax – PCD – PSE. They also have a trade calculator you can use to check.
GET DAILY UPDATES. You get daily snapchart updates so if you’re watching PSE closely, you can easily monitor the market’s trend on your phone.
TRAINING ON BOARDING. You get a basic training for trading for FREE. They can do this with your friends or anyone who you think would be interested to learn more about stock trading.
Honestly I still have low risk appetite but ever since I signed up for 2TradeAsia I feel more confident to trade. Investing made easy for the busy. This tagline is so apt because in this day and age, you no longer need to know the nitty gritty and read the stock market page of the newspaper, with 2TradeAsia, a few taps & swipes on your phone is all you need to start trading.
Know more about 2TradeAsia through their website https://www.2tradeasia.com