Undervalued Stocks in the Philippines – Latest List

Here’s our latest list of undervalued stocks in the Philippines, right now and in 2021. This means their stock prices are below their fair market value that is why it is attractive to buy these stocks while they are on this status.

You can also use these stocks if you’re using Flipping Stocks strategy.

Take note of the bullish market or the opposite bear, too. Always consider the trends in the market and contemplate about the economic status in choosing stocks.

Be extra cautious of flipping non-blue-chip companies. Prioritize blue chips if they are on the list.

We also included the BBP (Buy Below Price) so that we have a margin to gain more profit investing with these stocks. Buy these stocks as long as they are below the BBP and pause/stop buying when the price reached the BBP or exceeded the BBP.

And as usual, TP is our Fair Value and it is our Target Price here. We sell our stocks when they reached our Target Price.

If your strategy is passive and long term investing, you can also follow our style here.

We are not super active traders, ain’t swing traders as well.

We are into INVESTING than TRADING.

The term STOCKS remind us of aggressiveness and risks already so we prefer investing undervalued stocks and flipping over the profit to buy other deserving stocks.

We made this special page for our loyal readers and followers. If there are some companies we have missed that are worth buying, please let us know in the comments.

Note: Following Magic 10 is different compared to flipping these stocks to make profit.

Undervalued Stocks in the Philippines 2021

We update the picks daily, every trading day.

StocksBuy Below PriceTarget PriceEstimated GrowthAction
AC8841,10533.86%Strong Buy
AGI810Get your Profit!SELL
ALI404816.22%Stop
AP26.8033.5025.23%Buy
AREIT28.1733.8015.56%Stop
BDO107.5012925.73%Strong Buy
BPI76.679212.61%Stop
CEB43.3352Get your profit!SELL
CNPF18.402329.21%Buy
COSCO5.60727.04%Buy
DNL4.966.20Get your profit!SELL
FGEN24.9829.987.65%Stop
FLI0.881.05Get your profit!SELL
FPH65.60826.63%Stop
GMA76.177.4025.42%Buy
GTCAP62975529.73%Strong Buy
MAXS6.507.808.94%Stop
MBT54.176538.89%Buy
MPI4.585.5030.64%Buy
PGOLD48.335845.00%Buy
SMPH404821.67%Strong Buy
VLL4.545.4519.00%Stop

You need to check out the present price of each stock from your online trade platform to analyze them with the BBP and TP before you buy. Prices change every millisecond.

Details on the table above can change any time. We always update the details above when there are adjusted valuations and we also add more stocks.

Feel free to bookmark or visit this page again to check any change and update.

Note that Estimated Growth column is not your profit, it is just the ability of the stock to grow more.

In short, the higher the percentage there, the more room for growth of the stock.

If you are only starting to invest, it is recommended to invest with blue chips and well established companies. Not all stocks above are blue chip stocks. Risk only the money you are comfy to lose.

You can sort the column above the way you want to. Note that the highest estimated growth may not mean the most excellent company.

undervalued stocks 2021

Actions meaning:

  • Buy – means buy the stock because it’s undervalued or currently cheaper than its present value
  • Stop – obviously means pause or stop buying for a while and buy other stocks from the list instead
  • Hold – means hold your shares of stocks for a while and wait for the sell signal
  • Sell – means we reached our Target already and it’s unacceptable to buy some more because of the market valuation. Sell your stocks and lock in your profit.

Disclaimer: Investing stocks have risks. Nothing and nobody can predict the exact result or outcome of profit. However, it has been proven rewarding. It’s always up to you how you hold your money and how you apply your strategy. Risk only the capital you are comfortable to lose.

This content is for information purposes only and should never be considered as investment advice. Past performance is not an indication of future results. All investments have risks. Risk only capital you’re not afraid to lose.

The author has no business relationship to the companies whose stocks have been mentioned.

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1,148 thoughts on “Undervalued Stocks in the Philippines – Latest List”

  1. Hi Ms. Fehl. I’ve always been confused on whether I should sell my shares partly. E.g. I bought a 200 shares for a price of 10.00, then the price went down to 5.00 which means I have unrealized losses. Then say I bought 100 shares at 5.00, then the price reaches 8.00 after sometime. If I sell 100 shares at 8.00 (as if I’m selling those last 100 shares I bought at 5.00), overall, is this profitable? I know that all shares combined will have an average but I just can’t figure out if this approach will yield me some profit.

    Hope you can help me.

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  2. Mam pa turo naman pano po ba mag re invest ng kita sa stock without losing all the shares can you give example mam naguguluhan po kasi ako….salamat po

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  3. Hi Fehl,

    Recently copied you in etoro. Though it’s going south now, I trust and will continue to ride this with you be it a Donald or Joe America.

    My question is on the local end.

    You have a post extolling AREIT and yet on your undervalued assets list you tagged it as a ‘STOP BUYING’. Am evaluating the same this week and would like your insights/updates on this considering Ayala just offloaded it’s assets to AREIT.

    Thanks.

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    • Hi, Angel 🙂 Thanks for copying me on eToro. Since you’ve just started copying, please be patient and wait for some months for your stocks to grow. The market is expected to be very volatile this US election. We’ll see more improvement after that. Regarding AREIT, yes our TP is still the same so the BBP will follow that status regardless of that newly acquisition of asset.

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    • Hi Louie 🙂 It’s a good offer if you have excess or extra funds that you won’t be needing for a year or more. SMC preferred shares series 2-J (SMC2J) pays a fixed dividend rate of 4.75% per annum. That means you’ll get a fixed extra cash of 4.75% per year as long as you hold these preferred shares of stock. Since they are perpetual preferred shares, you’ll get the dividend as long as San Miguel Corp. is in business and as long as you hold your shares.

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  4. Hi po Ms. Fehl, any thoughts po regarding ICT? is it a good buy given na pataas po ung chart nya over the past few months? is good for flipping? any TP po? BP?

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    • Hi Cece 🙂 ABS needs to recover in terms of lost earnings when their former channel was suspended. Now that’s they’re into a new rebrand A2Z channel, as an investor we need to see how the company rebuild itself from its big fall. It’s more challenging because our economy and the global economy is in the middle of pandemic. Personally, I won’t be buying ABS now as I expect PSEI would be in a turbulence ride the remaining months of 2020

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  5. Hi, follower po ako ng page na ito since 2017. salamat sa libreng guide sa pagpili ng magagandang stocks. napansin ko lang po na hindi mobile user friendly ang site ngayon, di po tulad ng dati.

    salamat pa rin po sa mga stock picks nyo. marami po kayong natulungan na baguhan sa pagi-invest.

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    • Hi 🙂 Thank you for the feedback 🙂 Yes, we changed the layout and it’s now mobile friendly. We’re in the process of creating a faster mobile version of the site as well. Happy investing!

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  6. Hi Ms Fehl. Praying you’ve been well and good. I’ve been using this table as a reference whenever I buy ALI and MBT stocks. Your website has been so helpful especially for us who are busy at work and don’t have the time to study the technicalities of the market. ALI and MBT are may two priority stocks and I wish to expand to technology stocks for my long term investment. I’m considering to buy DITO and the upcoming Converge ICT. I just want to know your thought if its viable for me to include these in my portfolio and apply the peso cost averaging method. I plan to buy 5000 worth of shares of each for the long term. Thanks much and looking forward to your kind response. More power to you maam!

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    • Hi Daniel 🙂 To be honest, I don’t hold shares with any PH telecom company right now because they are very cyclical so I don’t list them for PCA. DITO sounds interesting but I couldn’t find any proven track record of DITO so not buying this for now. I consider the remaining months of 2020 to still be very volatile if not flat so I won’t add any shares for my PH stocks for now. However, I’m waiting for the coming US election to buy lots of US shares 🙂

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  7. HI Ms Fehl, good day. How are you? I hope all is well. Ask ko lang bakit naka ‘stop buying’ ang FLI? Thanks in advance.

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    • Did not go down enough and should be on an uptrend by tomorrow. Even with ruling against them, this can still be appealed. Nevertheless this does not affect business operations. If it went down below 5.50 it should already be on a downhill… never did.

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  8. Hi! Have been following your blog and copied you in eToro. WIth that said, would like to humbly get your insight with some local stocks I have positions in, what do you think of ICT/SECB/SMPH for long term investing? Thanks

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  9. What are your thoughts in buying bank stocks nowadays? I’m looking at SBP and UBP right now and am tempted to buy right now, but I do not have any idea how bank react to lockdowns

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  10. Hi, I’m considering MBT kaya lang hindi po ba ito vulnerable it at this time? Will it take long before it rebounds? Can you share your thoughts about this company? thanks

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    • Hi Johann 🙂 Everything is still vulnerable. Might take a year or more to recover fully. MBT is a good company, one of the top 4 banks in PH so I maintain my shares and going long for it. It’s also great to scalp any moment but this week it’s moving sideways.

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        • Hi, Resh. CEB and other airline companies have been affected so much by the virus outbreak. I’d personally buy on the dip and sell my shares quickly at my exit price. I’ve been actively trading airlines companies for the past few days because stocks swing so much quickly under the travel sector.

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          • Thank you po. I think considering the price now, and after the lockdown when the operation will begin to normalize, there is a great profit on it though not sure if the current level will be a good entry point. If i had only bp when it is on the 40 level and sold near the resistance level of 50-53, a good profit already for a month period.

          • Thank you Miss Fehl. I might give it a shot considering the price last year, i think it will go up after the lockdown when their operation begins to normalize.
            Stay safe po.

  11. Hi Ms. Fehl,
    How are you? Hope you are well and safe.
    I’ve been observing the market and since April 5, the trend is upwards.
    Do you think its practical to put in money now for Flipping?
    Thank you.

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    • Hi Poland 🙂 I’m good and safe, thank you. Hope you are, safe and well, too. The stock market is too volatile while businesses in the entire world are not yet normal. Nobody knows if the upward trend these days could be a bull trap. It could be because sell offs are easing or investors are buying more taking the opportunity of cheap stocks. What is certain is that GDP, money flow and business earnings will be lower. That could reverse again the market trends to bearish. Again, nobody knows how the market will behave. Let’s be more CAUTIOUS and CAREFUL at this time.

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  12. Hi! Sorry, just started reading and trying to learn stocks. Is there a minimum advisable amount to be invested per stock? I’ve read that ideal minimum is 8,000. Is that correct?

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    • Hi Mariel 🙂 You can actually buy stocks in less than 5K pesos depending on the market value of each stock. Example, as I write this post, you can buy 100 shares of ALI stocks for P3,334. Successful investing is all about choosing the right companies and having a goal.

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    • Hello Mariel,
      Yan din ang na research ko, 8K rule. Kelangan at least 8K ang bilhin to minimize lower costs(fees,commission)
      At yan ang susndin ko, no offense meant. Tama si Miss Fehl na pwede bumili ng lower amount.
      Check mo yong 8k rule na video ni money growers sa youtube.
      No offense Ms Fehl,, idol ko din po kayo, lagi ko binabasa ang dailypik nyo at one of these days pag may pera napo ako, i want to copy your trade at etoro po.
      GOD BLESS US MORE TO INVEST

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  13. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    Do you have any opinion regarding the lack of movement with MPI? Ang tagal na kasi nya naglalaro lang sa 4.50 to 4.70.

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    • Hi, Ron 🙂 Infra sector stocks usually move up slowly. Nakisabay pa ang trade war so expect volatility in the market globally throughout 2019.

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  14. Hi Ms. Fel,

    Thank you for your very helpful blog! I visit this everyday.

    I would like to recommend putting the minimum stock buy for the stocks para makita ng readers ung pasok sa budget. Just a suggestion but I love your blog nevertheless. Thank you!

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  15. hello. is it still advisable to buy PCOR even if it has been removed from the list of bluechip companies? Thank you. 😀

    i always go back to this page for updates thank you 🙂

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  16. Hello, would you still recommend ABS? Amidst the rumors na hindi marerenew ang franchise nila? (Or maybe, is this the perfect time to buy their stocks?)

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  17. Hi Ms. Fehl napansin ko po na malaki na po ang ibinaba ni PS Bank at mukhang mababa sya kumpara sa book value nya na 100 pesos. Sa inyong opinyon po, maganda po bang mag invest kay PS bank instead kay Metrobank na parent company nya? Gusto ko lang po maging sigurado na tama ang ginagawa ko na mag ipon ng shares ni PS bank po. Maraming salamat po sa inyo! God bless po Ms. Fehl!

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  18. Hi Ms Fehl,

    I’ve been holding SCC Stocks for 6 months now and still at loss. Should I sell and cut losses?

    Thanks for the advice

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    • SCC is a very volatile stock. I recommend setting up a margin or low target profit of 3-4% with such stock as they tend to drop or rise tremendously. If you have losses, hold on for a little and give it chance to gain even for a bit otherwise just sell and realize your losses. Cheers!

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    • SCC is one of the best companies when it come to giving dividends. If you want to avoid loss, just keep holding it and still profit through dividends.

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    • Hi 🙂 Just like any other investment, there is always risk that a company might close down or might grow more. If you have shares with ABS and you can’t wait any longer, then sell them na. If you can still hold them to see some gains, then hold on. The decision is always yours 🙂 Cheers!

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    • I have shares with ABS. Close or not, we don’t know but I am not going to let it go. I still have patience, faith and hope left. I have a gut feeling and I believe in God’s grace. 😊

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  19. Mam, salamat po dahil naka 1,000 plus po ako sa pgbenta ko ng 200shares ng FGEN @26.80 per share. Daghang salamat, mam.

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  20. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    DD is planning to join in REIT. What is the advantages and disadvantages of REIT for the individual shareholders of DD? Thank you.

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    • Hi, Toto. I see more advantage for that because DD will be expanding more properties so apparently it will make more recurring rental income, its total asset value will also increase. The challenge is it will take time to reap the income

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      • Hi Ms Fehl, I also have the same question. Does it mean that it’s time to sell or, should I patiently wait? Thank you very much in advance.

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        • If di na sila marenew ng license, bababa ang income ng company as a whole and bababa ang stocks or worse pa. But I don’t want to cross the bridge when it’s not happening yet. Stock investing is risky, that’s why I always say invest only what you are comfy to lose. Only you know when you should sell na. Cheers!

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  21. Hi Ms. Fehl,
    Good day! How are you?
    I would like to ask for your thoughts about PCOR Perpetual Preferred Shares Offering?
    Thank you.

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  22. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    Been following your blog for a weeks now and its been helpful to decide to buy stocks in market hence I’m new. May I know if you have data for the buy below price for ICT? Looking forward to invest with it.

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  23. Hi Ms. Fehl!

    I’m Harvey and I am following your website dailypik for 2 years now. And I wanted to thank you for creating such educational article for us millenials and you inspire me to really invest in the stock market.

    Speaking of your website. I wanted to help you improve its themes graphics and design, its readability and its commenting system. Since as your regular reader I find it difficult to read and track comments of other users.

    Hoping for your response Ms Fehl. Thank you!

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  24. Hi Fehl,

    First of all thank you for this post, it really helps me narrow down my watchlist.
    But I would to ask, how do you determine the target price? Do you calculate it? On what basis?

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    • Hello ma’am..
      Just want to ask regarding the tender offer of AC to PHEN…what’s your insights po..😊..
      Thank you..

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      • Sir Arvo, thanks for your reply. Pls enlighthen on how to consolidate or transfer the Stock from the online broker to the another broker…..lets say…from BPI to BDO. Appreciate your kind reply. Thank you

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        • Easiest way is to contact the broker at BDO and ask them to have the stocks transferred from BDI to your BDO account. That way you normally don’t have fees and taxes associated if you sell the stock and then buy them in your BDO account. Normally the receiving account can handle it with a signed form from you.

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    • Hi Fehl,

      RCB really took a beating since 2016 due to the ML and it’s now almost in it’s all-time low at 26.40. What is your outlook on this stock considering another exposure to Hanjin seeking Corporate Rehab? Do we see any chance of recovery in the next two quarters or so?

      Thank you.

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    • Keep buying as long us the action given is BUY, and stop when action is HOLD. Then SELL if the target price is achieved.

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    • You should also always be looking and reading about the company to see if something has changed that is putting downward pressure on the stock such as a major class action lawsuit against the company. Never blindly follow someone’s buy, hold and sell recommendations…. even the best predictors get surprised by unforeseen events.

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    • estimated growth ate is the upside percentage. meaning, yan ung percentage na pwede mong ma gain from current price to the target price

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  25. Hi Fehl. It is stated “Take note of the bullish market or the opposite bear, too. Always consider the trends in the market and contemplate about the economic status in choosing stocks.” Does this mean now is not the right time to invest in stocks coz of the market downtrend? Hope to hear from you. Thanks.

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    • Hi, Lynn 🙂 Yes, it’s always helpful to monitor the market and the economy, observe what’s going on before you do something about your investments. Right now, the market is down due to factors such as inflation and fed hike so it’s good to take this opportunity to buy and invest on blue chip companies that are affected by this. Cheers!

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        • Hi Mam lynn, if you have enough funds (buying power) it’s not a good idea to stay out of the market. Since the market continuous to go down, this is the best opportunity to buy stocks or let say trade in the stock market. ika nga, “It’s bargain time!” But choose the right company as Fehl mentioned as well… 🙂

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  26. Hi Ms.Fehl, thank you so much sa guide, it really helps..maybe in the next 2 months maghihiwalay na kami ni ALI & SMPH.I just lowered down my target price since I am a newbie investor..Pero nag-flip ako sa EW at COSCO which is pinambayad ko ng ilaw at tubig.hehehhehe.

    Inlove ako sa ALI & SMPH pero ang paghihiwalay namin ay di maiiwasan talaga.Advisable ba mag retain ako at least mga 500 shares each as part of my Long Term investment plan (5 years above)?

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  27. What do you think of EEI? Hindi sya kasali sa Undervalued stocks list mo pero just asking for your opinion. Tataas pa ba to o all the way down na sya?

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  28. hi… just wanted to do research on a specific company. a year ago, i bought stocks from a. brown at p1.41 per share. it just went down, and now its p1.01. id like to know where i can get a market forecast for this company, coz i bought quite a lot of shares. tnx…

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  29. Hi Fehl,
    Masyado malaki binaba ng CEB ngayun.. malapit na sa Wk52 Low niya.. but not on the undervalued stocks right now? So hindi siya kasali sa mga stocks recommendation niyo? Thanks!

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    • For me, it is good for enterprising, but not for defense investment. Good PE and price/BV. But Poor current ratio, net current asset, etc.

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  30. Hi Fehl,

    Thank you very much for sharing helpful and valuable information here. I am new to the site and I am interested learning how to do the analysis of stocks be able to tell if it is undervalued or not just like what you do here. Could you please share some materials that I can use to study maybe links to some of your old blog posts where you discuss this topic, and maybe books and other resources as well.

    Also, I am planning to open a trading account (online), do you have recommendations? Are there brokers who provide the value analysis as a benefit/ feature when one opens an online account?

    Thanks again!

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  31. Hi Mam Fehl,
    Thank you for this informative blog. As a newbie in stock market, I find this very useful and informative. Can you give me an insights regarding ABS?

    I would like to buy this stock since it is very cheap right now and I thinks this 2019 election, advertisement for politician will generate the income of ABS stocks. I don’t know if I my way of thinking is correct or not. 🙂

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    • HI Noel 🙂 Thank you. Well ABS is good for flipping only. I don’t encourage investing long time with it. Tech and com companies tend to move slower these days. But yeah it’s your choice 😉

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  32. Hi Ms Fehl!

    is it always a good idea to invest on a company with high dividend? does it mean lower risk when you invest in a stocks with high dividend?

    thanks in advance

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  33. Ms. Fhel,
    Good morning. Oversold na ang ew at mpi. Ok na ba bumili uli ng mga stocks na yan ngayon, or maghintay pa ko na bumaba pa sa 7,400 level ang psei bago ko bumili ? Thankyou.

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  34. In today’s uncertain market. Is it better to hold the stocks even with the losses or wait for the market to get better or just sell and cut all losses?

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  35. Hello. What do you think on the future of Xurpass and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation? What should I do with the stocks I currently hold because I made a mistake of not selling earlier now my losses are 30%.

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  36. Hello!

    I have no problem with waiting for a very long time for my stock to turn in a profit, but is CHP in any danger of being delisted? I had a bad experience before with LRI, and while I was able to cut my losses through a tender offer, I had not been able to sold my remaining shares completely.

    Thanks and regards.

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    • Hi 🙂 I don’t want to say it’s gonna be delisted but any non-performing company could be. That’s why we should always be cautious and before buying a stock, know how to manage the risk.

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    • It’s not undervalued right now. So, NO. JFC however is in the list of best blue chip stocks. You can check out that page on the menu bar 🙂 Cheers!

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    • Ms. Fehl,

      This is a different stock, but I want to ask your insight about- at what TP am I going to sell my LR.

      Thanks

      Kristchan

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  37. Hi Fehl,

    Good evening.

    Thank you for your informative website and I am learning as well.
    I just want to ask your opinion about ABS-CBN.

    Generally it has been downtrend naman. Every after consolidation or sideways usually it is followed by downtrend. Right now it is running sideways again. What do you think will happen next? Your thoughts? Thank you 🙂

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    • Hi Vic 🙂 My pleasure 🙂 I recommend you prioritize blue chip stocks or the list of Magic 10 than ABS CBN. Stock like it takes a really long time to move up.

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  38. Hi! Ms. Fhel, I bought Century Properties Group Inc. (CPG) before and I wasn’t able to follow-up and it’s no longer in the list but I still have it in my portfolio. What is the best action that I should do with this stock? And are there any application that would notify me if the stock already reached the target price? Thank you!

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    • Hi 🙂 Check first if there are dividends this year before you sell your shares. CPG has been poorly performing so we removed it in the list

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    • i also notice sudden rise of now and ecp stocks

      maybe its because of the entry of third telco.

      third telco will be announce on may

      it’s tempting to buy their stocks.

      but i was hoping for Ms Fehl’s insights

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  39. Hi Ms. Fehl, do you have a news about Metrobank’s Stock right offering? Do you know would that possibly happen? Or is it really happening to begin with?

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  40. Ms. Fehl,

    Ano po ba tsismis sa HVN at ang bilis ng pagtaas? Nagsisi tuloy ako ng ibenta ko ang 500 shares ko na ang ave. cost ay 21.06. Binili ko yon 2016 pa. Binenta ko na sa 63 pesos nong jan 25 kasi ninerbiyos ako baka bigla bumaba presyo. Pero ngayon umabot na sa 173. Sayang talaga.

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  41. Hi Ms. Fhel,

    Thank you for sharing this valuable information. It helped me a lot when I started investing in stocks since last December 2017.

    Pwede po ba mag suggest na lagyan ng date yung list kung kelan nag start nasama yung given stock sa undervalued stocks list. Para po sa mga newbies upang malaman kung gaano na katagal undervalued yung stocks. 🙂

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  42. FGEN price today=17 buy below price=22.03 target price=26 estimated growth=52.94% action=Buy

    panu po na compute yung 52.94% na estimated growth? sorry newbie lang.

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    • Hi 🙂 GLO and TEL are both tech companies so it’s expected to be too volatile to invest with them. Technology evolves every second, unless they upgrade stuff or introduce latest products and technology, they will be slowly to rise up again. Not attractive to buy GLO and TEL right now, in my opinion

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  43. if you are a short term trader… then this stock is not the right one for you ….and in fact, this site is NOT for you!! Why ? Because the stocks selected here are mostly for long term… i WAS a long term trader before but i am losing a LOT more opportunities being such a trader… so i divided my portfolio for short and long trade….

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  44. A lot of people here relies heavily on her assessment. A lot have been losing 50%. Focus on your targets and cut your loses. Don’t wait too long. If it’s down trend, have a limit so you can sell and minimize losses Depends on your financial goals, everyone should think about that. If you want to invest, thats long term. Look for a stable company like Meralco which means it is about the dividends. If you are trading, thats short term. Watch closely the trends and sell at a specific % -either loss or profit.

    Everyone keeps asking Fehl for advise and she can only do much. She can be both right and wrong in her assessments. Do not wait for her to tell you what to do. You are on your own. It is so sad that people wait for her to even make a move.

    Get more financial knowledge. Else, you wont be successful in this practice.

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    • Eloi, you’re comment we’re also mine. So to newbies, read, read, read, study the charts. It’s your hard earn money. Merry Christmas, keep investing. Bless us all.

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    • how about you teach people how to read charts? not all people are as talented as you. you can’t just learn to reach those charts without someone mentoring you.

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      • Spoon feeding nmn! Typical Filipino mentality.you don’t need to be talented nor be gifted to read charts.mag self study po tayo there is YouTube and Goggle for God sake,galaw galaw then pag may time.

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  45. Hi Ms Fehl,

    What’s wrong with CHP, I need your advise please, I almost lost 49%, do I need to cut my losses or wait until to recover, may chance pa po bang bumawi to?

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  46. Good afternoon. -15% on my URC, bought at around 160+, downtrend since then. Any chance of recovery? Please give me some advice… 🙁
    Thanks.

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  47. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    ABS seems to be going down for a long while now. I am already -20% on my stocks, do you think there will be an upturn in the near future?

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  48. Hi Fehl, How do we know if a stock is undervalued? Is there a formula for it? Thank you in advance for your response. I’ll do some research to meanwhile.
    P.S. This page is very useful and helpful. Thank you for sharing these undervalued stocks! Meralco’s doing really well. 🙂

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  49. Hi Ms. Fehl! Saw this news in COL Financial’s Daily Notes. Does this mean that a portion of the tendered stocks will be returned to the individual owners? Can someone explain how this will be reflected in one’s account?

    “Bidder says scale back provision to apply. Phlippines Renewable Energy Holdings Corporation (PREHC) disclosed that the total number of common shares tendered by shareholders of EDC amounted to 10.472Bil shares, exceeding the 8.9Mil maximum shares that the PREHC intends to purchase. As a result, a total of 1.572Bil shares, representing 15% of the total number of tendered common shares, will be returned to the relevant tendering shareholders.”

    Many thanks for your help 🙂

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  50. hi Ms Fehl,
    im a newbie in stock market. pwede po bang malaman ang mga companies na nagbibigay ng dividends to the stockholders? thank a lot.

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  51. Hi Ms. Fehl,
    How are you? What do you think on PCOR? It was on the stock to watch list from BDO Nomura? Do you recommend on buying it since it was not in your list of undervalued?Appreciate your kind response. Thank you.

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  52. Miss Fehl, ask ko lang po. Since wala na kasi yung banner today, does it mean na di naaccept yung tender offer ko? wala kasing confirmation sakin e. I don’t know what to do with my EDC stocks now.

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      • mam fehl, un po bang cebu dapat ko na tlga ibenta.. pabba nb sya…kc 3k plng gain ko… hold ko pa sya o bbenta ko na tlga…thnx for ur advise maam..

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        • Yes, sell na when it reached the TP then invest on other stocks na lang. We just have to roll the money we gained, that’s part of the strategy here

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      • Hi Ms. Fehl,

        Ask ko lang kung nabenta ko yung EDC through TO, saan kaya makecredit yung pera? wala na kasi yung EDC ko sa portfolio tapos tiningnan ko yung ledger ko, eh na tender offer na… pero di ko makita kung saan napunta ang pera… May EDC rin po ba kayo na binenta through TO? Thanks 🙂

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        • Wala pa talaga make-credit kasi Sept. 29 palang ang expected Cross Date. If matuloy yon and di na sila mag-extend, 3 days after the cross date pa ang settlement date so expect then dun pa lang ma-credit sa account mo

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          • It would have been better to have waited after the TO date then sell… yesterday’s EDC went up to 8.64, credit sana agad sa account 🙁

  53. HI Ms Fhel, i was shocked when I found out this morning that the SCC stock price went down from 179 (Sept 11) to 46. Why such a sharp drop? Can you please explain the rational behind this ? Thanks in advance.

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  54. Hi! DMCI looks like losing its momentum … what do you think of DMC for flipping? and if ever what is the BBP and TP for DMC ? Thanks!!

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    • Accept the tender offer to lock in the price. When the company is delisted, the company will have no motivation to keep the stock value high or pay any dividends. You will also have no place to sell the stock on any market and its value will wither and the only one that will offer you money for it is the company that will take control of EDC and they will offer you pennies on the dollar (centavos on the peso). If the offer falls through, then you keep your stock and the stock will remain listed on the market and continue to be traded. It’s value will drop some but overall will have appreciated from the price prior to the tender offer due to the interest in the company brought about by the tender offer.

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      • Your other option is to trade the stock prior to the deadline of the tender offer (Sep, 12, 2017), but as of now the price is at 6.82 and will probably not go up much past 7.00 if at all, so locking in 7.25 is the safe smart bet in the long run for a small investor. The last thing you want is to be caught holding on to a delisted stock.

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      • Many of the people buying right now are people buying at 6.82 so they can accept the tender and then sell the stock at 7.25 and make about a 6% profit over the course of about a month…. not bad for a short term gain. So don’t expect the price to go up past what it is because the more it goes up, the less profit to be made by buying and then accepting the tender. People buying in hopes the offer falls through are foolish and are taking on a huge risk, as are those that don’t accept the tender.

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    • Hi Eugene 🙂 I would recommend you sell your shares (accept the TO) and get the gains. EDC seems to be going to be private or delisted in the public so for those who have shares with EDC, I recommend selling unless of course you have very huge shares and you’re ready about all the privately holding or trading. Compared to being public where transactions are easier, selling your shares would let you avoid such hassles.

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  55. Hi, I just got an email about EDC Tender Offer of P7.25 per share. Can you please advise regarding this? First time ko kasi ma-encounter. Thanks

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    • Since EDC is in uncertainty phase, accepting the tender offer would be favorable to you unless you have huge shares of stocks. If mag-push through ang delistment, EDC would go private so as a shareholder, you will also gonna transact privately, find a security lawyer, comply with other paper works, SEC stuff and lots more. If di matuloy, then good for EDC

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  56. Hi Ms Fehl, I just registered po sa COL. Gusto ko sana mag long term investment. Ano po pwede mo irecommend na stocks to buy? Thank you.

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  57. Ms Fehl, EDC stocks might be delisted soon. News article link below. Whats the strategy for this? Sell now or wait for the delisting?

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    • my personal comment is: wait til tender – price will go up then after tender un puede mo ng bitawan. this will go up somehow to 7.x .

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      • If a company is delisted in the Stock Exchange, it means it’s not gonna be available to trade in Public anymore. Thus you have to deal with selling or liquidating your stocks personally by approaching the company, finding a security lawyer, complying with SEC and a lot paper works. Which is why, I recommend selling through whilst the Tender Offer to avoid hassles unless you are a major shareholder of EDC

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    • I personally recommend selling or accepting the offer. EDC is on uncertain state and if matuloy ang delisting you can’t easily sell your shares just like how easy it is when it’s listed publicly. If mag private na si EDC, you will have to deal with your stocks privately, too. That means, finding a security lawyer complying with SEC, paper works and all that requirement. Sell while you have gains and UNLESS major stock holder ka. God bless!

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  58. Hi mam Fehl do you think CHP will still go lower than 4? im waiting for the downtrend to stop so that i can start buying shares of CHP. Thanks!

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  59. Miss Fehl, malaking tulong and undervalued stocks list mo, talagang everyday kung tinitignan, parang guide ko na rin. Sumali ako sa Col Financial ng walang alam buti nalang nakita ko sites ng dailypik. GTC orders ang ginagawa ko pag gusto kong i-monitor ng 60 days ang stocks ko.

    Miss Fehl ask ko lang kung okay ba ang GTC orders or mas okay ang EIP scheduler (monthly) pero manual, pra kung sakali ibenta ko kung tumaas…medio nalilito pa ako at marami pang hindi alam. Salamat…

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  60. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    Wondering how estimated growth % figures are computed? sorry for the dumb question.

    Thanks
    Euphorts

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    • Tip ko lang, just use these as a guide for your decision, not the exact computation, but for the picks on which stocks to buy, and temper your expectation. i hope this will help.

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  61. Guys, Need your help. Can you tell me what is the best short term Stock as of today? My current portfolio mostly are for long term and it seems most of them will take a long time to go up. I am looking for short term stocks to invest today? Please advise

    Thanks

    Erick

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  62. Hi & Good Day Ms. Fehl,

    Just need your thoughts badly, I have bought FPH when it was on the highest price of 100+ for like 3-4 years ago? But since the stock downtrend, never get back to a high level. I’ve lost a lot but still hoping that It will go up but I guess won’t happen anytime soon., I’m still holding coz the stock was still in the undervalued list.

    Hoping that you can enlighten me on this matter.

    Thanks & May God Bless you more.

    Mel

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  63. Hi Ms Fehl,
    Any thoughts on CHP? It has been going down since yesterday or the day before. Is it worth holding on to for long term? I got it primarily for long term but I think I already lost more than 10% of my investment.

    Thank you sa reply

    Shan

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  64. Hi! Fehl! I just opened a trading account and I’ve been reading your posts to gain inputs about investing.. I thought about starting up at 50k and distributing it to let’s say 4 companies (w/ undervalued stocks of course). Do you think I’ll be able to see gains in the first 6 months? I like the idea of flipping but I have a very little knowledge yet.. How long do stocks normally reach the target (sell) price? Months? years? Will appreciate your thoughts.. Thank you!

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    • Hi, Adrian! Welcome to the world of investing 🙂 If you’ve chosen 4 blue chip companies, yes you’ll likely see gains in 6 months but not much gains. I recommend adding an Equity Fund (Mutual Fund) on your portfolio. Regarding the Target Price, check out our Winning Stocks page to know the time frame. They vary for every company.

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    • I stopped buying mining stocks since the time na ibunyag ni Gina ang mga kalokohan ng mga mining companies…i lost 100K from selling all my mining shares… but i do not regret it. It’s either sa kinabukasan ng mga susunod na henerasyon or sa kakarampot na kita na makukuha sa pagsuporta sa mga mining companies na eto. There are SO MANY other companies na pede kumita…

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    • Hello Blaiz 🙂 I don’t add mining companies on our stocks list because they are very risky. They could be delisted anytime, too much issues, too volatile, too uncertain if you get my drift 🙂

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  65. Dear Ms. Fehl,

    How do you calculate the fair value of the stock today? I am currently learning value investing and I would like to know which formula you use to arrive at the fair value. I would appreciate any feedback you have on this.

    Thanks!

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    • I’m using different sources like WSJ, MSN Money, Bloomberg, brokers like COL, BDO Nomura, weekly Stock Market report from financial houses. They all have different values of course but I always pick the best value I arrived closest to theirs

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  66. Hi Ms Fhel and investors,

    Do you recommend buying more ABS stocks? I am at loss of 15% and I just want to know if buying more is a smart move ? Same with FGEN kasi downward trend sila pareho?

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  67. Hi Fel,

    Please include SMPH in your list. I would want to know the target price and BBP. I’m thinking of investing with SMPH. Thank you.

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    • May I know what online stockbroker you are using? If COL, they do have Investment guide like this as well. It might help.

      Thanks Ms. Fehl, this list has helped me as well. More power!

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  68. hi Fehl,

    good day po!
    what can you say about wlcon? is it good for building up? some say it will be the next Jollibee story. any feedback will be much appreciated. thanks

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  69. Hi Fehl,
    Do you think its a good idea to invest/shell out a capital of around 100k for the first buys? I’m planning to add stocks from your undervalued list. I just recently enrolled in COL Plus, with initial investment of 25K. I’ve used it all already. I’ve seen that with the market now it would be good to buy, is this advisable? or should i stick to the monthly investment of say 5k/10K per month? Thanks.

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    • Hi Yasi 🙂 Well I don’t suggest you start by flipping unless you are flipping blue chip stocks like MPI, MBT and ALI which are currently on the list right now. 100K at once is fine as long as you are comfortable with it and you know the risk. Invest only the money you are comfortable to lose 🙂 If you want to minimize risks, investing per month will help it. Cheers!

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      • Hi Fehl, thanks so much for the guidance. I read also some of the old posts here and it really helps in my decision making:-). thank you for sharing these information here. I hope this will continue and will always be free. May God bless you more:-)

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  70. Fehl, tanong ko lang… since there is no stop loss order or limit order etc sa online transactions, paano mo ginagawa ang cut loss order mo ? Kailangan mo bang TUMAWAG sa broker mo and give the instruction to sell your stocks kapag bumaba ng say, 10% sa buy price mo ? Medyo backward pa rin ang transaction ng ating stock exchange… napakasimpleng buy and sell order lang ang pede gawin sa online… but i keep on reading about cut loss order from somebody (including you, i think i read it somewhere).. kaya curious lang ako kung paano niyo ginagawa. Or do you keep on watching the stock price and once your cut-loss price is hit, you sell…. medyo primitive na eto hehe and not convenient kung meron kang more than 5 stocks to watch.

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    • So far I never encountered loss from selling stocks 🙂 I just follow the Target Price dito sa Dailypik. In terms of orders naman you can use GTC order (Good Til Cancelled) para your order will be valid unless you cancelled it. Saves a lot of time and effort 🙂

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      • Hi Ms Fehl,

        How do we know the Target Price of other company beside those listed in Dailypik.

        Thanks

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        • You can either compute the fair value manually or search them or check out some reports shared to you by your broker

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  71. hi medyo naguguluhan lang po some investor po kasi sinasabi nila wag mamli pag mababa pero ung iba naman buy more if the market is down ano po ba mas maganda paliwanag para mas madali po intindihin

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    • Since we’re into passive investing, it’s always good to buy pag mababa ang stock price and sell pag na hit ang target. Not so complicated 🙂

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    • You can buy whenever you want following the BBP. It’s up to you. We just suggest the monthly thing to minimize risk. Cheers!

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  72. Hi Fehl,
    I just want to say thank you so much for this list. I bought IMI at P5.60 when it was part of the Undervalued Stocks last year. I can’t believe it soared high at almost P13.00! This was really a big help for me. I was able to pay atleast half of my son’s tuition and settled other financial expenses. Thank you so much for sharing your predictions and knowledge of handling stocks. You are really a great help to all of us! God bless you more! 😀

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    • FGEN did not meet expectations so soon. You better wait to gain some then sell all shares if you speculate other worthy stocks. Cheers!

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    • Hi ms.fhel,
      Do i already need to sell my SSI even it is a loss on my part? I bought it at 5.50/ share. I appreciate a reply from you.
      Thanks in advance.
      Joanne

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    • Hi Ms Fehl,

      What are you thoughts about MEG? Di pa nareach ung TP nya tapos bigla bumulusok ngayon at 4.35. Is it because of its upcoming dividends? Do I need to sell it now to lock in my profits? Thanks in advance

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      • Hi, konting hintay pa 🙂 If you don’t need the money right away, you better wait. Or sell na if you’re satisfied with your gains. It’s still your choice 🙂 Cheers!

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        • Hi Ms. Fehl, thanks! Already sold it as I was nervous that it would fall again, lol. Would just to buy others stocks for now.

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          • Hahaha lagi nalang nakakatakot ma-fall 🙂 Anyway, congrats with the gains! I’m into investing SMPH again right now. It juts hit the Trillion cap! Will be making a post about it here.

  73. Hello Ms Fehl,

    Hope all is well.

    Did you just add ABS here recently? Or it has been here for a while and just did not notice it? This is a “wow” estimated growth. Thinking of Flipping. ???? ????

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    • Hi, Liz 🙂 It’s been there since we created this list for Undervalued Stocks 🙂 I always suggest to prioritize blue chips pag meron jan sa list above, usually mas mabilis sila mag-grow hehe

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        • Waaah. I just bought some EDC stocks for flipping. I missed what you said which is to not prioritize FGEN and EDC due to indefinite long term development pipeline. 🙁 Anyway, I’ll take a close watch and just sell as soon as the price reaches or at least almost the TP to lock the gain. 🙂

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  74. Hi Miss Fehl,

    Just want to ask how is Philweb still in the market even though the company itself is already closed? Who is responsible for all its stock?

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  75. Hi Fehl,
    What’s your take on the Power Sectors AP, FGEN, EDC & MER? I noticed a significant dropped just recently for these giant companies. Is it because of the supply shortages the industry are facing now? I also heard of the impending shutdown of the natural gas producing Malampaya in 2024.
    Do you think it is best to buy stocks now for these companies or do you see the downtrend will continue in the next coming weeks/months?

    Thanks. 🙂

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    • I think most of the stocks right now are not cheap. You can still buy on FGEN and EDC but do not prioritize them because the power sector has no clear long term development pipeline

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  76. Hi Fehl, may I just ask, how come MPI an undervalued stocks keeps on going down? by the way I’m a newbie, should I keep this stock?

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    • Hi, Ivan 🙂 We just added MPI on our list of undervalued stocks right now. You can keep this stock and wait for your gains. MPI is a great infra company, might take longer to see growth especially on these challenging times but it will grow in the long run 🙂

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  77. Ms. Fel, both FPH and FGEN are still not moving for like the longest time.. Are they still viable for investment? Most of my money is invested on them and I feel that it took too long to even break even (still on the negative:)..

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    • Hi, Chris. FGEN did not meet expectations but I think it is still undervalued. FPH, like any other Conglomerates is facing idle time. Be patient 🙂 It will really take time. Don’t get so affected of your unrealized loss for now. Cheers!

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    • The estimated time to reach the target value is almost a year. I have a subscription to an online broker.
      90% of my stock was allocated to FGEN 🙂
      I’m waiting some stocks to diversify my portfolio.

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  78. Hi Ms. Fel, I’ve been watching EW and the target price seemed to be raised from 25 to 28. I have already 30% gain to the said stock. Is it ok to sell or wait to reach the 27 to 28 mark?

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    • if you have waited a little bit more…say 10 days… you could have gain more… i sold half of my imi at 9.3 with a gain of ~45%… the other half probably when it reaches 10.5…

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  79. Hi Ma’am Fehl,

    May I know your thoughts on investing MRSGI, CHP and FGEN? Is it okay for long term or short term? Thank you.

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  80. hi fehl! what’s your thought about AGI? do you think it is good for flipping also? do u have bbp and tp for AGI?

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  81. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    Newbie here. Can you share some thoughts about MRSGI? Is it undervalued too and does the company have a good fundamental? I’ve read that MRSGI is comparable to its counterpart like SM, RRHI and Pgold which are having a good trend in long term so I’m thinking maybe MRSGI would have the same movement and would be a good stock to invest in.

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  82. do you still recommend abs cbn stocks considering duterte’s pronouncement on not renewing their license? Their stocks are on a downward trend starting last week. I’m thinking of letting go at a loss of almost 8%

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    • ABS is a non-blue-chip so before you flip such stocks, you must always be more cautious. I’m sure ABS will do its best to settle this big dispute. If you’re losing almost 8% imagine how many millions ABS is losing with this issue. So I think they are into solving it now.

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      • Hi Ms. Fehl,

        I am losing 10.75% in ABS. It is actually 34% of my portfolio. Do you suggest that we keep buying more while it is on a downward trend?

        Many thanks!

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          • Those are only unrealized loss for now. You giving up? 🙂 Sayang naman if pwedi ka pa mag hintay. Anyway, it’s up to you

        • By my experience this might be time to worry, but not to panic, instead rethink your strategy, even buy at this price and look for goldmines like 2go and others.

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  83. Hi, Ms. Fehl.

    Considering yung threat ni Duterte and yung biglang pagbaba ng ABS stock (currently 44.6), do you think this is still a safe investment or should I avoid ABS even though ang mura na niya?

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  84. Hi Ms. Fehl,

    I Just opened my account with COL and I just want to seek your advice as to what are the stocks you would recommend to buy for long term investing using peso cost averaging strategy. I am planning buy to 3 to 5 stocks. Hoping for your response. Thanks po and more power!

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  85. Hi Ms Fehl, ano nangyari mam sa SSI bat pababa ng pababa? babawi pa kaya SSI this year? kakaiyak as of today I lost 43%. Thanks po

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  86. Hi Ms Fehl What do you think about X … I checked its chart and it seems to have built strong support at 7.09-7.11 just after Christmas 2016 and then around mid-Feb although it closed Friday at 9.51

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  87. Hi,

    Ms. Fel usually 6 to 12 months ba pag flipping stocks? What if 50% lang allocate ko sa trading And budget ko is 5k lang a month. Other 50% for long term. If ever din ba nagka profit ako sa portfolio pwede ko ba increase monthly investment like for example, 2500, 3000, 4000 a month sa cost averaging? Thank you.

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  88. Good day.

    Just want to ask your view on FPH stocks. It’s obvious that its value is increasing…based on your experienced, is it possible that it will reach Php 100 at most this year? I’m looking at the trending way back 2013 it went as high as Php 106 more or less…

    tnx.

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  89. Cant get into trading BDO nomura. What’s going on kaya? Sayang, the stock i was planning to buy for flipping went up by 12%. Lost opportunity talaga!

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  90. Hello ma’am. May bago po ba tayong list o mga karagdagang company na undervalued? Halos karamihan kase eh nasa stage na ng stop buying. May mga new entries po ba? Thanks po. New in investing 🙂

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    • So far wala pa because no significant reason to add some pa. Just check nalang everyday. We could add some anytime when they are favorable

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  91. Hi Fehl, Im just a newbie investor. Ask ko lng po ano ibig sabihin ng stock rights offering? Ano po ang advantages at disadvantages sa investor.

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    • Their strategy for long term are 10years + with their magic10, while the stocks mentioned above (undervalued) are just for flipping, selling any chosen undervalued stocks when you see some attractive profit not necessarily hitting the target price..

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  92. Hello po Mis Fehl,
    Ask ko lang po if there’s any update sa FPH and I’m planning po sana na dagdagan ko pa sya ngayon.? Any advise po thank’s.

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  93. What’s wrong with this table? Why do I see some values like FPH and EDC with Target Prices that have never been reached before?

    What is the time frame of the estimated growth? Is it a bit long term because of the high target prices?

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    • Pardon me for sounding so critical. Sometimes when I get analytical, I have that tone. I’m just in an “knowledge digging” mode. I’m just actually trying to engage my intellect. 😀

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    • It does not necessarily mean that the target price should have been reached before since there is still a probability that such target prices maybe hit anytime soon depending on how the stock will perform like EDC if I’m not mistaken it has reached as high as 8.52 last Feb 2015.

      Above stocks are just for flipping and not for long term, but some analysts from other sites also made some forecast for a 12month period target price like EDC to 9.10/share

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  94. Hi Fehl, I plan to start putting aside 5k a month starting 2017 on January. I want to a portfolio for long term and flipping. I am a beginner. I will increase it to 10 or 15k month on 2018. should be a little knowledgeable by then. can you suggest a portflio to start with. Thank you

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    • Do your own due diligence on listed companies by looking at the ff: type of business its viability, social relevance, market stength, profitability, pe ratio as some of the things you should dwell and examine. So that any advise given to you by others you will be better equipped and according to business that you can easily understand or is closer to you ex. Products that we use or could not live without.

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    • Here is my suggestion for your long term portfolio:
      MBT – for banking
      ALI – real estate
      URC – consumer.

      These stocks are cheap right now and will continue to grow for long term.

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  95. Hello Fehl,
    I just started investing in the PSE last week. It is exciting! I am an American and invest in the American exchanges and finally decided to open in account here. It took longer than expected but that was good because this is great time to make an entry.
    While waiting to get my brokerage account open I read a lot of your articles on investing and they were very useful and informative. Your advice is sound. I was surprised to learn one half of one percent of Filipinos invest in the market!
    This updated list above is helpful. I bought CEB which is on the list. I also bought some ALI for a good price. I was thinking about getting pure gold which is on the list. I was wondering if you had any thoughts on Manila electric (MER)? The stock is trading very low. It has a decent dividend. I was thinking more along the lines of an income stock for MER and not so much flipping it.
    Last what do you think about jolibees now? It dropped a lot the past month and I was thinking about buying some shares, but I did not see it on the list.
    Thanks for all your all your articles on here and Philpad

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    • Hi John! It’s cool way to take the opportunity to buy stocks while the market is down like right now and the past weeks. I’m glad you find the stuff here helpful and informative. I do my best to keep them updated. Trying to help fellow Filipinos for free spreading out financial tips here. MER is a great company as well. I used to sell stocks of it during April or May coz it’s the usual time when MER goes up. You can check out the BBP for it at this page: http://dailypik.com/psei-stocks-latest-list/

      JFC is among the Big 5 stocks I recommend for investing and applying PCA method. JFC is listed on the PSEI, one the best bluechips, has decent return every year. JFC is also adding more branches nationwide and is also opening its doors internationally. Food is king 🙂 I believe it has big potential for long term. It’s listed on the Best Bluechips page and also on the Magic 10 stocks list. You can find those pages on the Stocks Menu above. Cheers!

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  96. All my stocks are in the red, except for IMI. Parang medyo malaki ang naging effect ng political uncertainty sa bansa regarding the policies of the new president.
    I hope that things would turn around medyo masakit na yung losses ko.

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