hi fitz. i am investing in stocks through citisec’s EIP. I invest 6000 per month sa jollibee.

October 28, 2012 | By Fitz | Filed in: Personal Finance.

i started last march of this year. Its price per share that time was P117.50. I’m getting worried kasi pababa ng pababa ang price per month. ngayong October 25 2012 P102 per share nlng ng JFC. dapat po ba akong matakot at itigil na ang pag invest? what is the best thing for me to do? thank you so much fo your prompt response.

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8 Responses to “hi fitz. i am investing in stocks through citisec’s EIP. I invest 6000 per month sa jollibee.”

  1. ChrisTiPiD says:

    Hi, Don’t quit. šŸ™‚ you can shift to stocks with lesser price and good performance like ALI, MWC and RLC. šŸ™‚ They are doing well in terms of cost averaging method. You can verify that by looking at their historic prices in citiseconline or pse.com.ph. hope this would help šŸ™‚

  2. Mercid Lyka Tagoon says:

    With Jollibee’s prices going down, this is the best time to invest. I am also investing in Jollibee but I also invest in other companies. Why not diversify your 6,000 on other stocks aside from Jollibee? You can balance your loss/gain if you diversify your stock portfolio. Investing in companies related to finance (banks) and real estate are promising today. Good luck!

  3. ForsakenOne says:

    It depends on how long you are planning to invest.

    If you are investing longterm (3 years or more):
    Prices of any stock do go up and down. Jollibee doesn’t seem to be losing money or going broke, and I’m not sure there’s anything wrong with their business model. I myself would not be scared. But again, you have to really check Jollibee’s performance.

    If you are investing short term:
    You may want to investigate deeply why it’s going down. And if you aren’t investing for the long haul, then perhaps it’s worth considering to cut your losses.

    Either way, it’s important to follow your investing plan. If you have not prepared for the chance that Jollibee’s prices would fall so much, then really investigate what going on.

    Are they losing money? are they losing market share? Are people buying less fast food? Are their ventures abroad (I think they have stores in China and the US) draining their profits? Was there a sandal of some sort (aside from Hetty’s youtube scandal;)? Are they changing leaderships? Have they not met quarterly targets? losing revenue? not gaining as much revenue as expected? is their profit margin shrinking? is their business model outdated? Maybe they were just “overvalued” at the start of the year? Or perhaps its part of a long trend of sideways trading?

    I’m not sure when you’re next 6K is going to be invested, but take the time to find out what’s going on with the company (and specially their finances). When you see nothing wrong, you’ll feel much better with your investment. But if you do, then you’ll have better picture of what’s going on and how you should react.

  4. Tawi says:

    i think this is the best time for you to buy much more share if JFC for your 6000bucks.. personally i still dont have a portfolio YET.. good luck…

  5. Edmar T. says:

    i mean OF JFC..

  6. Dexter says:

    I think as shown in the ticker http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/JFC:PM/chart JFC now is rising.. and it is good time to invest.. Although according to Citiseconline..it’s on the HOLD status.. So better diversify your portfolio

  7. dex22 says:

    hi. im also investing in the stock market doing SAM (strategic averaging method). and for 5 months now im happy with my diversified portfolio gaining 10-20%. im encouraging you to join us in bo sanchez financial group, the trulyrich club and youll experience the abundance in your financial and spiritual life.common, live a fantastic life!

  8. chris marie says:


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