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Understanding The Future Of Money

What is the future of financial services? Are we really heading towards a cashless society or is it all hype?

The Spiritual Power of Wealth

As a personal finance advocate, I have written over a thousand articles, columns & blogs, given over a thousand talks & lectures over a dozen nations, written and published four books on managing money and building wealth

Ensuring Your Dreams

Amongst all financial instruments, life insurance is one of the most misunderstood and unappreciated until it’s too late which is the reason why insurance penetration remains to lag behind in the Philippines.

Why do Pinoys not invest?

I recently saw an infogram stating that only 8% of Filipinos have some form of an investment like stocks, mutual funds, UITF or insurance. Although there has been some gains in the number of Filipinos who have begun investing, we are still way behind many other nations with regard to investing by its citizens.

Lean not on your own understanding

There have been a lot of business decisions that I have been involved in covering a few decades.

Honoring my Father

One of the biggest issues that face the world today is the problem of fatherlessness.

What is a Block Chain?

Blockchain and cryptocurrencies has been a hot topic lately. So what are they really?

Stock Market Simplified

What is the stock market? How does it work?

Get Relief from the Burden of Debt

Debt is something that robs a lot of people of hope. According to Hal Lindsey, “Man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air…but only for one second without hope.” Simply put, debt puts a peso sign on how much of your future you spent in the past.

What is Success?

One of the common definitions of “success” is ‘the attainment of popularity or profit’ while synonyms for the word are prosperity, affluence, wealth, riches, opulence.

Tips when investing in bitcoin

As many cryptocurrency enthusiasts know, bitcoin started at less than $1 in 2009. By 2012, it was a little over $6. Between 10 to 12 April 2013, it dropped 83% to $45

4 steps how not to treat our children as our retirement plans

QUESTION: Hi Sir Randell! I’ve been reading a lot of personal finance articles about millennials. I read one that definitely hit home. It was one about the “sandwich generation” wherein Filipino adults feel sandwiched...

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