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ONLINE STOCKBROKERS (for stock traders and investors)


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Nowadays, the easiest and the less expensive way to buy shares of stocks of companies listed under the PSE (Philippine Stock Exchange) is through online ...

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    Default ONLINE STOCKBROKERS (for stock traders and investors)


    Nowadays, the easiest and the less expensive way to buy shares of stocks of companies listed under the PSE (Philippine Stock Exchange) is through online stockbrokers. The purpose of this thread is inform those who are planning to invest/trade in the stock market through the services of online brokers. I hope this thread can be of great help. Thank you!

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    Philippine Stock Exchange

    just click these for more info....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_jamex View Post
    Philippine Stock Exchange

    just click these for more info....
    Those are the lists of legitimate online brokers in the Phils. Thanks for posting bro..

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo4596 View Post
    Those are the lists of legitimate online brokers in the Phils. Thanks for posting bro..
    You're welcome....mao na legitimate nga online broker.

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    Mao ni cya paagi unsaon pag-open ug account kung gusto mo mopalit ug mobaligya ug stocks nga listed under the Philippine stock exchange. This one is from Citiseconline, ang online broker nko or adto lang sa ilang website...https://www.citiseconline.com/Final2...e_new/HOME.asp. Note: wla ko nag-indorse sa Citisec. Later on, ako pud i-post ang uban online stockbrokers.

    How to Open an Individual Account
    Download, print, then fill up the following forms:
    Individual CAIF - (Individual Customer Account Information Form)
    Trading Agreement - (Online Securities Trading Agreement)
    Signature Cards - (Signature Cards for Individual Accounts)
    All Individual Forms (Download all Individual Forms)
    A) Fill up all the forms completely and affix your signature in all indicated areas.
    B.) Present copies of any two (2) of the following:
    Passport
    Philippine driver's license
    SSS ID (1999 credit card type only)
    Company ID if employed by top 2500 corporations (with photo)
    Major credit card with picture
    Senior citizen's ID
    Birth certificate
    C) Present any latest copy of any of one of the following in the applicant's or spouse's name:
    Current utility bills
    Credit card statement
    Club membership bill
    Bank statement
    NOTE: * For Non-Resident Filipinos a copy of one's proof of income certified by employer must be secured and documents must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate. ** For Non-Filipinos residing in the Philippines, include a photocopy of current visa, alien certificate of registration (ACR) and proof of government permission to engage in business/employment; validity of work permit must be at least one year from its date of issue.
    3. Send all requirements to CitisecOnline.com Inc.
    Our Address is: CitisecOnline.com Inc. Business Center 2403-B East Tower, Philippine Stock
    Exchange Centre Exchange Road, Ortigas Center Pasig City, Philippines 1605
    Our Phone # : (632) 6-333-777 Our Fax # : (632) 636-3512
    Customer Service #: (632) 6-333-777
    Email: helpdesk@citiseconline.com
    * NOTE: All documents and requirements must first be approved by CitisecOnline before securing an account.
    4. Funding the account:
    A minimum investment amount of Php5,000 is needed to open an EIP account. A minimum investment amount of Php25,000 is needed to open a regular trading account.
    Cash payments/deposits will clear on the same day.
    Check payments will need three (3) days clearing period.
    Check Payments/deposits may be made to “CitisecOnline.com Inc.” at 2401-B Philippine Stock Exchange Centre, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605, Philippines
    Deposits may be made via banks, to know more, click here.
    For clients residing abroad, click here.

    How to Open a Corporate Account

    Download, print, then fill up the following formsupdate the sequence once the new forms are uploaded-download, fill up then print)
    Corporate CAIF - (Corporate Customer Account Information Form)
    Trading Agreement - (Online Securities Trading Agreement)
    Corp. Signature Cards - (Signature Cards for Corporate Accounts)
    Sample Form - (contains sample board resolution certificate)
    All Corporate Forms (Download all Corporate Forms)
    Certified true copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: (Please present the original for verification):
    Articles of incorporation, partnership or equivalent
    By-laws of the corporation
    Latest General Information Sheet filed with the Securities and Exchange Comission
    Latest audited financial statements
    Notarized Board Resolution authorizing the corporation to open an account with CitisecOnline and the designated officer(s) authorized to transact and trade in behalf of the corporation (see sample format at our website)
    TIN and Community Tax Certificate of corporation and its incumbent officer(s) and designated signatories.
    ID's of Directors, officers and authorized signatories (passport, driver's license or company ID)
    Photocopy of company's SSS ID card
    Funding the account:
    A minimum investment amount of Php5,000 is needed to open an EIP account. A minimum investment amount of Php25,000 is needed to open a regular trading account.
    Check Payments/deposits may be made to "CitisecOnline.com Inc." at 2401-B Philippine Stock Exchange Centre, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605, Philippines
    Deposits may be made via banks, to know more, click here.
    Payments/Deposits will be credited at the end of the next banking day excluding public holidays and weekends.
    For clients residing abroad, click here.

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    Sa wla pa nakabalo, pwd ta maka-invest sa stock market with a minimum capital of 5k through online broker. Pls spread the word...

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    Sige lang....sipok gani akong ulo ron....dili nako bayaran ang mga insurance nako....invest lang ko sa stock market ug sa mutual funds......lolz

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_jamex View Post
    Sige lang....sipok gani akong ulo ron....dili nako bayaran ang mga insurance nako....invest lang ko sa stock market ug sa mutual funds......lolz
    ayw pud bro. importante baya pud na ang insurance...

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo4596 View Post
    ayw pud bro. importante baya pud na ang insurance...
    lageh....basta.....mosipok ni akong ulo....lolz....
    ngano man diay mobayad ko sa redate kung ganahan ko mobayad balik sa insurance.
    lolz

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    Huwata lang bro na 3600 na ang P6 kay mubarato samot ang stocks.. hehe..

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