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CITISECONLINE
« on: June 08, 2012, 08:52:17 PM »
Has anyone inquired or using CITISECONLINE? Kamusta naman?


Balak ko sana mag paregister sa kanila for online trading... ok ba ito?
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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2012, 08:52:46 PM »
Punta ka lang sa office nila. bring the money and IDs.
Fill up ng docs. Present your IDs.
Pag kailangan pa nila ng mga tax returns at ano pang mga documents, just tell them na jobless ka.

that's it! then wait mo na lang email nila for the account # and password sa email mo.
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« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2012, 08:53:57 PM »
sabi nung isang napagtanungan ko dito, avail ko daw yung Citiseconline's Easy Investment Program. Minimum is P5k, worth it ba? My first time kasi. Any advice? Thank you.
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« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2012, 08:55:07 PM »
I'm using BPI trade online. One time enrollment, then all the transactions are online. You can buy and sell stock during off hours, they will effect the transaction the next banking day.

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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #4 on: June 08, 2012, 09:49:14 PM »
Magkano ba ang Minimum Investment sa Stock Market when you use CITISECONLINE? ANy idea?

Yung bang 5k na EIP at yung 25k e ano po difference? may nabasa kasi akong program about dun sa 25k nila e..

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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #5 on: June 08, 2012, 09:50:13 PM »
Magkano ba ang Minimum Investment sa Stock Market when you use CITISECONLINE? ANy idea?

Yung bang 5k na EIP at yung 25k e ano po difference? may nabasa kasi akong program about dun sa 25k nila e..

salamat sa mga magrereply po.



Just to answer your query, If your stockbroker is Citiseconline, ang minimum investment ay:

EIP/Student - 5,000 pesos. Eto yung para sa mga nagsisimula pa lang sa stock market. Sa EIP program, every month mageemail sayo ang Citiseconline para iremind ka sa stock na bibilhin mo. Walang charge yung reminder na yon kay a don't worry. Kaya kung nakakapagsave ka ng 5,000 pesos a month, pwede ka ng maging stock investor. Yung 5,000 na deposit pwede mo nang ipambili ng mga stocks na gusto mo like SCC and MWIDE. Siyanga pala, ang mga kumpanya sa stock market ay may mga acronym. Halimbawa yung SCC stands for Semirara Mining Corporation,tapos yung MWIDE, stands for Megawide Corporation. Pag pumasok ka sa stock market e makakabisado mo yung mga acronym na yan. Actually pagtinanong mo mga professional, tawag nila sa acronym na yan ay ticker. Kaya pag may nabasa ka sa diyaryo na ticker, huwag mabahala, acronym lang yan ng kumpanya. Ang ibig sabihin ng EIP ay Easy Investment Plan.

Regular Plan - 25,000 pesos. Eto ay para sa mga may alam na ng konti sa stock market. Pwede kang magbenta at bumili na parang professional. Ang maipapayo ko ay mag EIP ka muna then after few months, pag kabisado muna stock market, pwede ka ng magtrade. Bili lang ng bill ng mga blue chip stocks every month until magkaroon ka ng idea sa stocks. Ang mga blue chip companies ay ang mga malalaking kumpanya sa bansa natin tulad ng PLDT, Metrobank, Ayala, SM, etc.

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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #6 on: June 08, 2012, 10:03:31 PM »
and just to add, kung P5k ang investment mo, every month/other month, ipo-prompt/remind ka nila na time to invest na pero pwede naman na i-skip mo, pero every open mo ng citisec, ipapaalala niya ulit.
kung P25k naman ang in-invest mo, bahala ka kung ano gusto mo gawin sa cash mo. kung ano stocks gusto mo bilihin your choice, your risk.
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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #7 on: June 08, 2012, 10:06:46 PM »
am just wondering if such online brokers like Citisec have some kind of "insurance" sa mga stocks na binili ng isang investor? I mean, what if magsara ang isang online broker, what will happen to those investors who bought stocks on their behalf? Can they (investors) still claim that? or may provision ba eto under SEC? paano kunyari yun at malugi sila?



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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #8 on: June 08, 2012, 10:22:53 PM »
am just wondering if such online brokers like Citisec have some kind of "insurance" sa mga stocks na binili ng isang investor? I mean, what if magsara ang isang online broker, what will happen to those investors who bought stocks on their behalf? Can they (investors) still claim that? or may provision ba eto under SEC? paano kunyari yun at malugi sila?




If the stock broker closes down, your stocks are safe, but the money you have in deposit is not...

As per COL:


All stockbrokers, including COL , are required by law to lodge or deposit the shares purchased in behalf of clients with the Philippine Depository & Trust Corporation (PDTC) as custodian. Hence, COL does not physically hold in its possession the shares of stocks purchased or owned by its clients. This sufficiently protects the client should anything happen to the broker.


When the company whose stocks you bought close down, you might still be paid if the company still has assets left for liquidation....siyempre mauuna creditors, preferred stocks, etc....

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« Reply #9 on: June 08, 2012, 10:59:50 PM »
another question, sa citisec ba pag bumili ng stocks, may dividends din?

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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #10 on: June 08, 2012, 11:03:03 PM »
am interested to try citiseconline... paano po magapply?

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« Reply #11 on: June 08, 2012, 11:05:52 PM »
ACCOUNT OPENING

Who can open an account?

Any individual(s) of legal age of any nationality or legitimate corporation may apply for a CitisecOnline account. Management reserves the right to approve/deny any application as it sees fit based upon its measures of standard.

Can Filipinos abroad open a CitisecOnline account?

Yes. There are no restrictions on place of residence.

How do I open an account?

There are 3 simple steps in opening an account.

1 Fill out the necessary forms and submit it to CitisecOnline’s business center.
Customer Account Information Form (CAIF)
Online Securities Trading Agreement (OSTA)
Signature Cards (2)

2 Submit a photocopy of (1) valid ID issued by the Philippine Government:
Passport
Philippine driver's license
SSS ID
GSIS ecard plus
Professional Regulation Commision (PRC) ID
Comelec Voter's ID

For non-appearance:
A billing statement would be needed
Utility Bill
Credit Card Bill
Bank Statement

3 Fund your account

Minimum of P5,000 for EIP
Minimum of P25,000 for Regular

Funding Options
Online Banking via Merchant Payment
a. Bank of the Philippine Islands – www.bpiexpressonline.com
b. Banco de Oro – www.mybdo.com.ph
c. Metrobank – www.metrobank.com.ph
Over-the-Counter via Merchant Payment
a. Bank of the Philippine Islands
b. Banco de Oro
c. Metrobank

What is the minimum amount requirement to open an account?

- For EIP and Starter (student) accounts, the minimum deposit is Php5,000.
- For regular COL trading accounts, the minimum deposit is Php25,000.

When can I start trading?

You can start trading after your initial funds have been received and/or cleared which can take from 1 to 3 days depending on your banks clearing time. Once you see your account has funds for trading you can immediately begin trading.

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Re: CITISECONLINE
« Reply #12 on: June 08, 2012, 11:34:51 PM »
mga sir bpitrade gamit ko, ask ko lang sa citiseconline ba kapag nagbenta ka ng shares bumabalik ba agad yung pera sa account mo real time para ipambili ulit ng shares? sa bpi trade kasi 3 days pa..


Ano ba requirements pag gusto mo na iwithdraw?

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