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Man, with a title like that, I know I have your attention.

But what I’m saying is true. My stock market mentor, ever since I met him seven years ago, has been flling my
ears with stories about the duplicity of the stock market.
Yes, the stock market has a dark side.
And you don’t want to touch it with a 10-foot pole.
Can I give you an example?
Let’s say there’s this small but really hot mining company
everyone is talking about it. Why? There’s great news that after six
years of exploring the innards of Mt. Butubutu (I made this up, so
don’t look for it in the map), they’ve hit a gold vein the size of the
third moon of Jupiter.
A buying frenzy ensues. Everybody wants the stock. (Everyone
except TrulyRichClub members!) As the stock of this company
continues to skyrocket to Jupiter, at Tuesday, 2:45pm, the Head
Engineer, working in the depths of Mt. Butubutu, sends a single text
message to his CEO.
It reads, “Last test indicates zero gold. Empty.”
At 2:46pm, the CEO calls up his billionaire friends—his private
investors—and tells them of the sad news. At 2:50pm, all the big boys
pull out their money. They lick their wounds and take their losses. The
stock price plunges to the depths of Mt. Butubutu. (Why does he call
these big boys frst? Secretly, he’s hoping that in his next project, he
can call them again for another investment.)
The next day, at the opening bell of the stock market, the stock
continues to fall. The “ordinary” people who bought stocks of this
company are panicking—and they’re selling too. Others—after seeing
that the stock price has gone so low—decide to gamble and buy some more. “Surely it will bounce back!” they tell
themselves. They even tell their friends and say, “Imagine if the stock just goes up to 50 percent of where it was
yesterday afternoon, we’ll double our money!”
But it never recovers. For the next 300 years.
My point?
Don’t trust the dark side of the stock market.
That’s why we in the TrulyRichClub always stay in the Jedi Side of the stock market. (I’m using Star Wars speak
here. The bad guys belong to the Dark Side; the good guys are Jedi’s.) We follow our rules: (1) We buy several giants,
(2) invest every month, and (3) go long term.
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Don’t Trust the (Dark Side) of the
Stock Market…
(1) Several Giants
We don’t care how “hot” a small company is. We don’t care how promising an IPO is. We will only recommend
giants. They are so gigantic, if they fail, the Philippines will be in a bad shape. That’s how gigantic they are. And we
recommend not one but many giants, to cover us even more.
(2) Small Amounts Each Month
We recommend investing small amounts every month. So that we ride the ups and downs of the market. No
trading or market timing for us. The only tweak we made (to multiply our profts) is that we always buy below our
“Buy Below Price” and sell at our “Target Price.”
(3) Long Term
We’re long term. Very long term. Once we put our money in the stock market, we don’t touch it anymore for at
least 10 years or more. Even if we sell a particular stock, we reinvest it in another company.
Why are we so conservative?
Because we don’t trust the dark side of the stock market.
We’re Jedi’s. We only stay in the light.
By the way, I’m Luke Skywalker. And my mentor is Yoda. (Not because of his looks, but his wisdom.)
May your dreams come true,
Bo Sanchez
P.S. Do You Have Friends That You Want to Bring
Over from the Dark Side and Turn Them into Jedi’s?
On September 20, I’m giving my “Banner” Seminar again,
How to Make Millions in the Stock Market, that gives the
most important steps needed to start investing in the stock
market—and create millions over time. Invite your friends
over and let them change their fnancial lives forever. For
more information, visit www.TrulyRichClub.com/
StockMarketSeminar
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GETTING READY FOR 2015:
Key Takeaways from COL’s 2014
Mid-year Market Briefng (Part 1)
By Mike Viñas

Last July 30, 2014 at the Meralco Theatre, COL held its annual mid-year market briefng to show that the 2
nd

half of the year may bring wide consolidation swings that
may open opportunities in preparation for 2015’s earnings
growth recovery. Here are some takeaway notes from the
said briefng.
On the onset they said that the remaining part of
2014 brings both good and bad news.
So frst, the bad news – the market would most likely remain weak due to:
1. August historically is the weakest month of the year.
This is because of Chinese investors who believe that August is the “ghost month.” Also because of the summer
break taken by many European investors. This now leads to weak market volume as well as share price weakness
during this time of the year.
2. PSEi is no longer cheap.
In terms of valuation, in January of this year, we said that the market seems cheap. However, it has gone up a bit
such that it is no longer cheap based on 2014 prospective earnings.
3. Foreign investors are once again exiting the market.
Foreign investors who have been net buyers since January of this year have turned again into net sellers in the
past weeks caused by the rising infation and political noise on the PDAF and DAP.
Now, the good news…
The long wait will soon be over as the PSEi is seen to exit consolidation as we approach 2015. COL’s conviction
call is that the market index will end 2015 at 7,800. When this happens, it will be a new high for the PSEi.
Here are the reasons for such a bullish 2015 outlook:
1. Pace of monetary tightening is slower than expected.
If you have been investing in the market for quite some time, you know that a high
interest rate environment is unfavorable for stocks. So just as a recap of what happened
in 2013 in terms of monetary tightening events, in May of 2013 from the market’s peak
of 7400, it was subjected to a steep sell caused by the “taper tantrums.” This was when a
number of US Fed participants expressed willingness to reduce the Quantitative Easing
(QE). Last year, in December the Fed announced it would start to taper its bond-buying
program from US$85 billion to US$75 billion a month beginning January 2014. Thus, by
January 2014, the Fed announced that it would start to taper its buying program further to
US$65 beginning February. Currently, tapering is ongoing being reduced by a US$ 10 billion monthly.
In consequence, people were already expecting interest rates to start going up by June of this year. However, it
did not happen. In Europe the European Central Bank (ECB) announced several liquidity enhancing measures:
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The reduction of ECB’s base rate from 0.25 percent to 0.15 percent.
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The introduction of a negative deposit rate of -0.1 percent. This means, if you are a bank and you deposit with
the ECB, you will be charged with a negative deposit rate.
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The opening of EUR400 billion-liquidity channel tied to bank lending to encourage European banks to lend
money.
In the US on the other hand, the Fed offcials on the average red ice their long-run interest rate forecast from 4
percent to 3.75 percent due to a less optimistic long-term growth outlook on the US economy.
Now in the Philippines, core infation, which is infation less volatile items (i.e. food and gasoline), is not a
problem. In respect to that, even if the BSP is taking steps to tighten liquidity conditions we don’t expect them to
increase interest rates signifcantly as they are preempting potential bubbles that may happen in highly liquid monetary
conditions. Therefore, because they are not trying to pop any asset bubble, they have room to take it easy in increasing
interest rates.
2. Economic Growth Gaining Momentum
Next year, 2015 is the year where the Philippines will be entering the demographic window. This is a period of
high economic growth brought about by a larger population entering productive ages of 15-64 years of age. Here the
productive population will grow by around 48 percent, while the dependent population (children ages 0-15 and the
elderly above 64) will only grow by 11 percent. This would mean more Filipinos will have greater spending power
and this will be positive for the Filipino economy. According to the UN, the Philippines will be in this demographic
window between 2015-2050. In the past, based on the countries that entered the demographic window, the GDP grew
by 7.3 percent.
Investments in the country are also showing signs of picking up. There has been a recent revival in the
manufacturing sector where foreign investors like the Japanese are putting up factories in the country to capitalize on
local demand, a diversifcation out of China, and low labor costs in our country relative to Thailand and Indonesia.
Along with investments, we also see more construction taking place as seen in the growing pipeline of PPP
projects over the years. Before, the joke was that PPP is “PowerPoint Pa lang” as they were delays in seeing the
progress of these projects. However now, this is no longer true. From a slow start of P2 billion worth of projects several
years ago to P119.5 billion projects awarded already this year. Here’s a list of projects that have been awarded:
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Daang Hari-SLEX Link Road
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PPP for School Infrastructure Project (Phase 1)
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NAIA Expressway Project
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PPP for School Infrastructure Project (Phase 2)
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Modernization of the Philippine Orthopedic Center
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Automatic Fare Collection System
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Mactan-Cebu International Airport Passenger Terminal
Building
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Cavite Laguna Expressway (in the process of awarding)
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LRT Line 1 Cavitex Extension & Operation
There are several projects that the government plans to reward. For the rest of the year, they are eyeing P150
billion worth of projects. This includes the Laguna lakeshore dam project, which is a foodway control and expressway
that is P122 billion. These projects will spur economic growth.
Furthermore, the government, despite the controversy, is on the rise. For 2014, the government plans to increase
spending by another 13 percent and for 2015 another 15 percent with a focus on infrastructure spending where it is
increasing in a faster pace at 35 percent this year, 51 percent next year, and 39 percent by 2016. The plan is to increase
infrastructure spending from 2.5 percent to 5 percent of GDP by end of 2016.
There are two more reasons for the bullish sentiment for 2015, which I will continue to discuss on our next issue.
Stay tuned for the rest. However, in the meantime, it is clearly evident why we should continue investing regularly with
our SAM stocks to accumulate its shares in preparation for the market’s growth in 2015. So make sure you’re able to
buy every month or every quarter SAM stocks under they buy below price.
Happy consistent investing!
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Here are our SAM Tables (as of August 18, 2014 closing).
STOCK Current Price Buy Below Price Target Price Action to Take
AC 704.00 709.00 816.00 Contnue buying
AP 37.50 39.00 44.90 Contnue buying
BDO 91.70 93.00 107.00 Contnue buying
EEI 11.24 11.30 13.00 Contnue buying
LRI 9.82 13.78 15.85 Contnue buying
MBT 87.15 96.50 111.00 Contnue buying
MEG 4.30 4.70 5.48 Contnue buying
SMPH 16.20 17.60 20.30 Contnue buying
TEL 3,236.00 2,908.00 3,345.00 Stop buying for now
STOCK
SYMBOL
DATE
BOUGHT
PRICE
BOUGHT
PRICE
TODAY
YOUR
RETURN
BUY BELOW
PRICE
TARGET
PRICE
EXPECTED
GROWTH
AC Jul-13 603.50 704.00 16.65% 654.80 753.00 24.77%
Aug-13 598.50 704.00 17.63% 602.40 753.00 25.81%
Sep-13 580.00 704.00 21.38% 602.40 753.00 29.83%
Oct-13 601.50 704.00 17.04% 602.40 753.00 25.19%
Nov-13 569.50 704.00 23.62% 602.40 753.00 32.22%
Dec-13 555.00 704.00 26.85% 602.40 753.00 35.68%
Jan-14 525.00 704.00 34.10% 599.13 689.00 31.24%
Feb-14 538.50 704.00 30.73% 599.13 689.00 27.95%
Mar-14 574.00 704.00 22.65% 599.13 689.00 20.03%
Apr-14 590.00 704.00 19.32% 599.13 689.00 16.78%
Aug-14 704.00 704.00 0.00% 709.00 816.00 15.91%
TOTAL 20.91% 25.95%
AP May-14 36.40 37.50 3.02% 38.00 44.30 21.70%
Jun-14 36.60 37.50 2.46% 38.00 44.30 21.04%
Jul-14 36.55 37.50 2.60% 38.00 44.30 21.20%
Aug-14 37.00 37.50 1.35% 39.00 44.90 21.35%
TOTAL 2.36% 21.32%
Legend: n Contnue Buying n Stop Buying
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STOCK
SYMBOL
DATE
BOUGHT
PRICE
BOUGHT
PRICE
TODAY
YOUR
RETURN
BUY BELOW
PRICE
TARGET
PRICE
EXPECTED
GROWTH
BDO Apr-13 86.10 91.70 6.50% 89.60 112.00 30.08%
Jun-13 84.50 91.70 8.52% 97.40 112.00 32.54%
Jul-13 87.50 91.70 4.80% 97.40 112.00 28.00%
Aug-13 82.00 91.70 11.83% 89.60 112.00 36.59%
Sep-13 75.40 91.70 21.62% 89.60 112.00 48.54%
Oct-13 78.40 91.70 16.96% 89.60 112.00 42.86%
Nov-13 78.00 91.70 17.56% 89.60 112.00 43.59%
Dec-13 69.95 91.70 31.09% 89.60 112.00 60.11%
Jan-14 71.80 91.70 27.72% 81.74 94.00 30.92%
Feb-14 80.00 91.70 14.63% 93.04 107.00 33.75%
Aug-14 91.70 91.70 0.00% 93.00 107.00 16.68%
TOTAL 14.66% 36.70%
EEI Oct-13 9.57 11.24 17.45% 10.40 13.00 35.84%
Nov-13 9.88 11.24 13.77% 10.40 13.00 31.58%
Dec-13 9.70 11.24 15.88% 10.40 13.00 34.02%
Jan-14 10.04 11.24 11.95% 11.04 12.70 26.49%
Feb-14 10.00 11.24 12.40% 11.04 12.70 27.00%
Mar-14 11.00 11.24 2.18% 11.04 12.70 15.45%
Jun-14 10.62 11.24 5.84% 11.04 12.70 19.59%
Jul-14 11.00 11.24 2.18% 11.30 13.00 18.18%
Aug-14 11.24 11.24 0.00% 11.30 13.00 15.66%
TOTAL 9.07% 24.87%
LRI Jun-13 11.50 9.82 -14.61% 12.68 15.85 37.83%
Jul-13 11.00 9.82 -10.73% 12.68 15.85 44.09%
Aug-13 10.50 9.82 -6.48% 12.68 15.85 50.95%
Sep-13 9.72 9.82 1.03% 12.68 15.85 63.07%
Oct-13 9.10 9.82 7.91% 12.68 15.85 74.18%
Nov-13 9.25 9.82 6.16% 12.68 15.85 71.35%
Dec-13 8.82 9.82 11.34% 12.68 15.85 79.71%
Jan-14 8.71 9.82 12.74% 13.78 15.85 81.97%
Feb-14 9.00 9.82 9.11% 13.78 15.85 76.11%
Mar-14 8.99 9.82 9.23% 13.78 15.85 76.31%
Apr-14 9.24 9.82 6.28% 13.78 15.85 71.54%
May-14 9.97 9.82 -1.50% 13.78 15.85 58.98%
Jun-14 9.59 9.82 2.40% 13.78 15.85 65.28%
Jul-14 9.95 9.82 -1.31% 13.78 15.85 59.30%
Aug-14 9.85 9.82 -0.30% 13.78 15.85 60.91%
TOTAL 2.09% 64.77%
Legend: n Contnue Buying n Stop Buying
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STOCK
SYMBOL
DATE
BOUGHT
PRICE
BOUGHT
PRICE
TODAY
YOUR
RETURN
BUY BELOW
PRICE
TARGET
PRICE
EXPECTED
GROWTH
MBT Jun-11 50.06 87.15 74.08% 78.88 93.60 86.96%
Jul-11 55.69 87.15 56.51% 78.88 93.60 68.09%
Aug-11 52.85 87.15 64.90% 78.88 93.60 77.11%
Sep-11 50.40 87.15 72.92% 78.88 93.60 85.71%
Oct-11 48.34 87.15 80.30% 78.88 93.60 93.65%
Nov-11 50.33 87.15 73.16% 78.88 93.60 85.97%
Dec-11 47.60 87.15 83.09% 78.88 93.60 96.64%
Jan-12 49.42 87.15 76.35% 83.07 108.00 118.54%
Feb-12 55.23 87.15 57.79% 83.07 108.00 95.55%
Mar-12 61.60 87.15 41.48% 93.91 108.00 75.32%
Apr-12 60.20 87.15 44.77% 93.91 108.00 79.40%
May-12 62.13 87.15 40.28% 93.91 108.00 73.84%
Jun-12 60.55 87.15 43.93% 93.91 108.00 78.36%
Sep-12 65.38 87.15 33.30% 93.91 108.00 65.19%
Oct-12 65.10 87.15 33.87% 104.35 120.00 84.33%
Nov-12 67.24 87.15 29.62% 104.35 120.00 78.48%
Jan-13 72.38 87.15 20.41% 113.04 130.00 79.61%
Feb-13 78.75 87.15 10.67% 129.57 149.00 89.21%
Mar-13 81.90 87.15 6.41% 129.57 149.00 81.93%
Apr-13 82.81 87.15 5.24% 129.57 149.00 79.93%
Jun-13 84.70 87.15 2.89% 129.57 149.00 75.91%
Jul-13 78.89 87.15 10.47% 129.57 149.00 88.87%
Aug-13 77.00 87.15 13.18% 119.20 149.00 93.51%
Sep-13 84.65 87.15 2.95% 91.68 114.60 35.38%
Oct-13 86.95 87.15 0.23% 91.68 114.60 31.80%
Nov-13 80.55 87.15 8.19% 91.68 114.60 42.27%
Dec-13 73.20 87.15 19.06% 91.68 114.60 56.56%
Jan-14 73.75 87.15 18.17% 86.96 100.00 35.59%
Feb-14 79.55 87.15 9.55% 86.96 100.00 25.71%
Mar-14 81.40 87.15 7.06% 86.96 100.00 22.85%
Apr-14 79.70 87.15 9.35% 86.00 100.00 25.47%
May-14 83.50 87.15 4.37% 86.00 100.00 19.76%
Jun-14 85.15 87.15 2.35% 86.00 100.00 17.44%
Aug-14 85.75 87.15 1.63% 96.50 111.00 29.45%
TOTAL 31.13% 66.89%
Legend: n Contnue Buying n Stop Buying
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STOCK
SYMBOL
DATE
BOUGHT
PRICE
BOUGHT
PRICE
TODAY
YOUR
RETURN
BUY BELOW
PRICE
TARGET
PRICE
EXPECTED
GROWTH
MEG May-13 4.23 4.30 1.65% 4.16 4.78 13.00%
Jun-13 3.67 4.30 17.17% 4.16 4.78 30.25%
Jul-13 3.15 4.30 36.51% 4.16 4.78 51.75%
Aug-13 3.40 4.30 26.47% 3.89 4.87 43.24%
Sep-13 3.21 4.30 33.96% 3.89 4.87 51.71%
Oct-13 3.64 4.30 18.13% 3.89 4.87 33.79%
Nov-13 3.58 4.30 20.11% 3.89 4.87 36.03%
Dec-13 3.23 4.30 33.13% 3.89 4.87 50.77%
Jan-14 3.36 4.30 27.98% 3.95 4.54 35.12%
Feb-14 3.78 4.30 13.76% 4.70 5.48 44.97%
Apr-14 4.43 4.30 -2.93% 4.70 5.48 23.70%
May-14 4.65 4.30 -7.53% 4.70 5.48 17.85%
Jun-14 4.51 4.30 -4.66% 4.70 5.48 21.51%
Jul-14 4.47 4.30 -3.80% 4.70 5.48 22.60%
Aug-14 4.26 4.30 0.94% 4.70 5.48 28.64%
TOTAL 14.06% 33.66%
SMPH Oct-13 16.90 16.20 -4.14% 17.20 21.50 27.22%
Nov-13 16.40 16.20 -1.22% 17.20 21.50 31.10%
Dec-13 15.10 16.20 7.28% 17.20 21.50 42.38%
Jan-14 14.68 16.20 10.35% 16.73 19.41 32.22%
Feb-14 14.70 16.20 10.20% 16.73 19.41 32.04%
Mar-14 14.90 16.20 8.72% 16.73 19.41 30.27%
Apr-14 14.90 16.20 8.72% 16.80 19.41 30.27%
May-14 16.34 16.20 -0.86% 16.80 19.41 18.79%
Jun-14 16.18 16.20 0.12% 16.80 19.41 19.96%
Jul-14 16.52 16.20 -1.94% 16.80 19.41 17.49%
Aug-14 15.40 16.20 5.19% 17.60 20.30 31.82%
TOTAL 3.86% 28.51%
TEL Jun-13 2902.00 3100.00 6.82% 3043.48 3500.00 20.61%
Jul-13 2854.00 3100.00 8.62% 2848.00 3560.00 24.74%
Aug-13 2800.00 3100.00 10.71% 2848.00 3560.00 27.14%
Nov-13 2800.00 3100.00 10.71% 2848.00 3560.00 27.14%
Dec-13 2622.00 3100.00 18.23% 2848.00 3560.00 35.77%
Jan-14 2710.00 3100.00 14.39% 2834.78 3260.00 20.30%
Feb-14 2690.00 3100.00 15.24% 2834.78 3260.00 21.19%
Mar-14 2760.00 3100.00 12.32% 2834.78 3260.00 18.12%
Apr-14 2730.00 3236.00 18.53% 2834.78 3260.00 19.41%
TOTAL 11.56% 21.44%
Legend: n Contnue Buying n Stop Buying
Mike Viñas is an Investment Trainer of COL Financial Group, Inc. He is a Certifed Securities Representative
and Certifed Investment Solicitor.
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(Disclaimer: Past performance doesn’t guarantee that you’ll have the exact same results in the future. After all, your
earnings all depend on the market’s performance.)
Top Past Winners of TrulyRichClub’s Stocks
2013 Top Winners of TrulyRichClub’s Stocks
If you followed our Stock Recommendations in the past, you’d have enjoyed these earnings. We’re reposting this
again to encourage you to be faithful to your monthly investments today for the stocks we recommend above. Never
give up. And you’ll have great winners 10 to 20 years from now!
Note: The percentage returns cannot be compared between the two tables below. The All Time Winners table
does not take into consideration a cost-averaging method. The percentage return is only from a buy-and-hold strategy.
The 2013 Table however integrates a cost-averaging method throughout the months it was under the Buy-Below.
STOCKS
STOCK
SYMBOL
TIME
RECOMMENDED
ESTIMATED
TIME HELD
PRICE
RANGE
ESTIMATED
RETURN
Alliance Global AGI
January 2013 to
February 2013
1 Month P17.54 to P20.50 16.88%
Meralco MER
January 2013 to
April 2013
3 Months P268.00 to P377.00 28..05%
First Philippine
Holdings
FPH June 2011 to June 2013 25 Months P63.18 to P95.20 32.92%%
JG Summit
Holdings
JGS
February 12 to
October 2013
18 Months P25.75 to P43.50 39.96%
STOCKS
STOCK
SYMBOL
TIME
RECOMMENDED
ESTIMATED
TIME HELD
PRICE
RANGE
ESTIMATED
RETURN
Ayala Land ALI
June 2011 to February
2012 (3
rd
week)
9 Months P15.09 to P21.65 35%
Nickel Asia NIKL
February 2012 to March
2012 (3
rd
week)
2 Months P23.75 to P26.20 10.32%
Bank of The
Philippine Islands
BPI
February 2012 to
November 2012 (4
th
week)
10 Months P68.45 to P91.00 34.29%
Ayala Corporation AC
October 2012 to
December 2012
(2
nd
week)
2 Months P440.00 to P520.00 17.65%
SM Prime
Holdings
SMPH
February 2012 to
December 2012 (1
st
week)
10 Months P12.48 to P17.00 27.75%
Alliance Global AGI
January 2013 to
February 2013
1 Month P17.54 to P20.50 16.88%
Meralco MER
January 2013 to
April 2013
3 Months P268.00 to P377.00 28..05%
First Phlippine
Holdings
FPH June 2011 to June 2013 25 Months P63.18 to P95.20 32.92%%
JG Summit
Holdings
JGS
February 12 to
October 2013
18 Months P25.75 to P43.50 39.96%
From: Carlos Gevido
Date: Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 9:58 AM
Subject: My SAM portfolio performance
To: Bo Sanchez

Hi Bo,
Thank you for the wonderful SAM. It opened the doors for me to the
wonderful world of investing. I have been a subscriber since 2011, and your
advice has leveled my emotions through the ups and downs of the market. The
craziest was last 2013 when I lost on paper 200K in a matter of two weeks.
However, I did not panic at all. It was a good feeling and I have proven the
method to be reliable, and I think, risk proof.
The past four years I have been measuring the performance of my portfolio
on a year to year basis.
Year on year performance:
2011 - n/a
2012 - 60.97%
2013 - 13.81%
2014 - 4.59% (ongoing)
More power to you and God Bless.
BestRegards,
Carlos Gevido
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