2012 Outlook, part 6

By Randell Tiongson on January 12th, 2012

I’m really encouraged by the potential of the younger breed of financial practitioners. Through time, I came to realize that age has nothing to do with wisdom and that we can learn much from the young. I am proud to feature the 2012 Outlook of a very young and bright financial planner who is full of zeal, insight, knowledge — but I am most impressed by his passion to educate Filipinos financially and promote stewardship, Mr. Marvin Germo.

2012 Outlook of Marvin Germo

The Philippine market has been moving sideways for the past year and based on history the  longer a certain market is sideways the stronger the upward or downward push that would follow.  Amidst the doom and gloom that people are projecting in the financial markets of 2012, my outlook is quite optimistic brought about by:

-The move of the world economies to the emerging markets like the Philippines, as money have been flowing to these markets due to cheaper costs, bigger growth potential  and the murkiness of the European and American markets, have made a stronger case to build businesses in emerging economies.

-More government spending, cleaner transactions, higher approval ratings would certainly boost business confidence in the country which would translate into more jobs and bigger business ventures.

-Robust fundamentals in Philippine based companies which are in expanding industries such mining, energy, and construction will see continued growth this year and thus bring in more jobs and business.

To top all this things, I remain optimistic due to the fact that I know God’s Blessing is in the Philippine and because of that I know that the great days of this nation are still right ahead of us!

Marvin Germo is the General Manager of Ephesians Management Corporation and is a Financial Planner and Advisor who is one of the up and coming personal finance gurus that this generation has ever seen. His Passion and zeal to educate the Filipino people has translated into transformed lives, financially free families and has moved ordinary consumers into investors.

He is an Entrepreneur and Financial Resource Speaker who out of his eager desire to make an impact in this nation has spoken in different spheres of society – corporations, government agencies, churches, schools, clubs, organizations, and numerous public events. His ability to breakdown complicated investment concepts and translate it into something that is simple, basic and understandable has made him one of the most sought after money speakers in the land.

He completed the Registered Financial Planners Institute (RFPI) program, he is a Stock Market Trader & Investor more than four years experience in the Philippine financial industry. He also owns (www.marvingermo.com), a financial planning help site. He graduated from Mapua Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications. He has just recently completed the Philippine Stock Exchange Certified Specialist Course in the Ateneo Center for Continuing Education.


2 thoughts on “2012 Outlook, part 6”

  • I guess reading all of these “optimistic” outlook about Philippines has more impact if we just learn to “BUY Philippines”.

    I’ve been investing in the Phil equity using mutual funds for the last 3 years and its a great opportunity that I “positioned” myself early on.

    We dont want the foreigners to gain the rewards of investing in Philippines. Hope other Kabayans will follow through.

  • Nice insight from an engineer, financial planner, and stock investor. Thank Randell. I also visited his blog, great one too. Bookmarked, done! Thanks again.

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