[How to Tutorial for Beginners] Easy Investing at Philippine Stock Market with Strategic Averaging Method (SAM)

Last updated on April 9th, 2017

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137 thoughts on “[How to Tutorial for Beginners] Easy Investing at Philippine Stock Market with Strategic Averaging Method (SAM)

  1. JM

    Hi sir, pag nagopen po ba ng account sa COL Financial minimum of 5k after that po pwede ko po bang ifund yung account ko for only 1k a month ? thank you po

    1. Omeng Tawid Post author

      Yes JM, you can fund any amount. but may minimal “funding fee” in brokers like COL for every funding so better if you manage how many times to fund to save on fees. maliit lang naman ito, 5-10 pesos lang.

      other brokers like BPI TRade, FirstMetroSec, Maketrade, etc don’t have funding fees so check with your broker their policy on funding.

  2. Aled

    Hi Sir,
    Nagopen na po ako account sa COL ng 5k, then planning to set it for EIP for Example JFC po bibilin ko. Say, maghuhulog po ako ng 1k monthly. Automatic po ba ung 1k ko mapupunta sa JFC or may kelangan pa ko gawin from my end?

    1. Omeng Tawid Post author

      @Aled, if meron kang ginawang EIP schedule sa account mo, automatic syang mag post ng buy order for you as per you set schedule. pwede rin naman wag ka nang mag set ng EIP calendar, manual knlang mag place ng buy order anytime you want.

  3. Arthur Jay Molina

    Sir Omeng, When buying stocks to big companies, SAM tells us to do it in regular basis like monthly. Then, I have 5k as my starting investment, Should I use them all in just one month then in the next month I have to fund again for buying stocks or Can I use that 5k for succeeding months by cutting it off then If I profit or I have the money that’s the time that I will fund it again. Can I do the latter? Thank you!

    1. Omeng Tawid Post author

      @Arthur, you can certainly do the latter. However for a budget of 5k only, it will be less profitable for you since your potential gains could just be eaten up by the fees.
      Ideally, SAM would need an investor to invest monthly – meaning regular funding – even 3k monthly, but in the end nothing will stop you how you will play or divide your capital and what to do with it. The monthly investing by SAM is only a good practice. Only remember SAM has long term horizon and very rarely does short term trades.

    2. Arthur Jay Molina

      Thank you Sir Omeng for the response. Basically, I am a newbie in this field and ideally speaking, I just want to know, how many shares should I buy per month? Would 2-3 shares per month are okay? given the fact that I lack funds. 😀

  4. Fausta A. Bustos

    Thanks sir omeng. Follow up question po, KUNG NAGENROLL PO AKO SA COL NG EIP, SA COST AVERAGING KO LANG PO B PWEDE GAMITIN PONDO KO ?WHAT IF I WANT TO DO SAM OR MARKET TIMING. PWEDE PO bang 5k Lang initial fund and then SAM OR MARKET TIMING ANG GAMITIN?

    1. Omeng Tawid Post author

      @Mam Fausta, even ifnag enroll po kayo sa EIP schedule, pwede nyo pa rin gamitin ang capital nyo to buy stocks outside your EIP schedule/plan.

  5. Fausta A. Bustos

    Hi sir omeng, interesado po ako as SAM since I can’t commit to peso cost averaging due to limit of fund, My question is can I use SAM even if I am not a member of TRC. and iisang company Lang po ba any COL at Smartpinoyinvestors? At aNong company po Ako open ng acct if I want to use SAM? Thanks!

    1. Gloria P. Legarde

      Hi sir omeng .How much po ba initial capital for investment in stocks that you may consider a substantial enough, is 50k ok ? To have earning and to pay the fees involve in the investment( buying and trading fee)? Please explain /clarify…

  6. john

    sir omeng bkit hnd ako mk access sa trc e bayad na ako nung july 25 pa…bngyan na nla ako ng user id at password bkt ala parn????

  7. Marvy Castillo

    Hi..is it wise to do peso cost average strategy and SAM strategy at the same time. for example in 70:30 ratio?

  8. Omeng Tawid Post author

    Hi Pierre, if you do direct investing, you are the only one in full control of all buying/selling, including the selection of stocks you want.. I’d suggest you start with good mutual fund companies if you don’t want to do active work when it comes to timing and stocks selection.

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