AskJaycee#13: Will the Stock’s Price Go Up or Down?

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When you were a beginner in stock trading and investing in the Philippine stock market, did you also ask, "Will the price go up or down?" While that question sounds sensible, it's from from being logical. Read my article so you'll understand why. I'll also tell you the answers to the three questions that you should ask instead.

AskJaycee#12: Will the Philippine Stock Exchange Index Re-enter 7,000 This Week?

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Is the Philippine Stock Exchange Index more likely to go up or down? Will it break the resistance at 6,700 and re-enter the 7,000 level this week? Is it worth trying to predict the future? Is it better to be a present-tense and not a future-tense stock investor? I've answered all these questions and more in this article.

AskJaycee#11: What’s My 7-Step Advice for Stock Traders and Investors?

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My 7-step process for short-term trading and long-term investing will stay evergreen whether there's CoViD-19 or not. Here's my advice for stock traders and investors.

STOCK MARKET

AskJaycee#13: Will the Stock’s Price Go Up or Down?

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When you were a beginner in stock trading and investing in the Philippine stock market, did you also ask, "Will the price go up or down?" While that question sounds sensible, it's from from being logical. Read my article so you'll understand why. I'll also tell you the answers to the three questions that you should ask instead.

BUSINESS & FINANCE

How I Manage Multimillion Companies Without Seeing Clients Face-to-Face

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I was asked how I manage multimillion companies without seeing clients face-to-face. Read this article to know how rapid response time, experience-based knowledge of customers' problems, and super humans in my team play a role in my management style.
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AskJaycee # 7: Am I Normal?

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Do you have the choleric or melancholic personality type? At some point, I know you asked yourself if you're normal. It takes one to know one. Accept that you're totally different from the sanguine and phlegmatic. Here's how I accepted my uniqueness and rarity.