do you want to learn how to trade foreign currencies?


I do.

I search for ways to improve my personal finances and so I attend financial learning events like Money Summit & Wealth Expo.

In this event I met the people who can help me

learn the investment opportunity that I least know about:

Trading Foreign Currencies (FOREX).

The best part of this meeting is that they gave me $25 to start cents trading. Kidding (but true) aside, I met  FBS Markets Philippines country manager Ralph Jonathan Samson and country sales manager Novelyn Restrivera Almanzo. From them I learned that the mother company of FBS is Russian and that I can start trading for as low as $100. The company offers learning opportunities both online and in face-to-face events such as what they are inviting us to attend.

The acquaintance was so good that we met again at TV5 Media Center

where I was working then as segment producer for Bloomberg TV Philippines. I wanted to develop the idea of FBS Markets traders sharing their expertise in the show. Personal Finance was my segment and I am certain that the knowledge and skills they can share will be worth millions. In this meeting I met two more experts Nida C. Lingat and Bhavna Chandiramani.

When I lost my post in the show I thought I’d lose my association with them, too. But that was not the case. Novelyn continued to assist me open a cents trading account so I don’t lose the $25 by default. She was the one who informed me of the coming learning event on Monday. Ralph extended his support to whatever I’m doing now as guerrilla publisher of THE PHILIPPINE CORPORATE ADDRESS BOOK.

If you are someone like me who wants to continually improve his personal finance, to try opportunities to increase one’s networth, to have professional traders / investors guide you along the way — 

your likely answer is: Yes, I want to learn how to trade foreign currencies.

With a different question,

FBS invites us to a financial learning event.

Fortune may lay in your untapped talent in FOREX trading.

ARE YOU THE NEXT SUPER TRADER?
Celebrate National Heroes’ Day with FBS Markets Philippines and learn how to trade in the FOREX market!
31 August 12nn – 4 pm Unit 2106, Jolibee Plaza, F. Ortigas, Pasig City
Food will be serve before the class

Sign up now by visiting bit.ly/forexschool

Limited slots available

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A NIGHT OF FREE FOREX TRAINING AND PIZZA (9/28/2015) - Reserve your seats now! To register, click this link: bit.ly/forexschool
do you want to learn how to trade foreign currencies? (8/25/2015) - ARE YOU THE NEXT SUPER TRADER? Celebrate National Heroes' Day with FBS Markets Philippines and learn how to trade in the FOREX market!
EARN DOLLARS TRADE FOREX LIKE JAPANESE (9/27/2015) - FBS Markets Philippines Sales Manager Novelyn Restrivera Almanzor explained one of the reasons why Filipinos should engage in FOREX TRADING --- and that is to earn dollars like Japanese and Korean housewives.
FBS FOREX: FINANCIAL FREEDOM FOR FILIPINOS (9/18/2015) - FBS Markets Philippines Country Manager Ralph Jonathan Samson delivered an eye-opening lecture: FOREX TRADING IS KEY TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM FOR FILIPINOS
FBS TEACHES TECHNICAL FOREX TRADING FOR FREE (9/25/2015) - Jay Hilvano, Marketing and Education Director of FBS Markets Philippines introduces and demonstrates TECHNICAL FOREX TRADING for free.
FINANCIAL FREEDOM: FBS FOREX TRADE LANGUAGE (9/25/2015) - Jay Hilvano, Marketing and Education Director of FBS Markets Philippines explains THE LANGUAGE OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FOREX) CURRENCIES TRADING.
IS FOREIGN CURRENCY TRADING GAMBLING? (9/26/2015) - Jay Hilvano, Marketing and Education Director of FBS Markets Philippines and Introducing trader Nc Cabarrubias both say "no, FOREX TRADING is not gambling."

LIBRARY BLESSING


LIBRARY BLESSING 1

Director of Libraries, Ateneo de Manila University, 1959-1980, Fr. Robert J. Suchan, S.J. died of apparent heart failure 22 August 2015 according to Jesuit News. http://wp.me/p4PBTD-1aD

Lord,

let the virtue of Thy Holy Spirit descend on these books;

let it purify, bless, and sanctify them.

Sweetly enlighten the hearts of those who read them,

impart their true sense to them.

Grant us also to be faithful to the precepts emanating from Thy Light,

in accomplishing them by good works, according to Thy Will.

http://rizal.library.ateneo.edu/

Rizal Library As an integral component of the academic programs of the Loyola Schools, it is the mission of the Rizal Library to provide information and service in support of the teaching, research, and community service functions of the Loyola Schools of the Ateneo de Manila University. http://www.ateneo.edu/research/libraries/rizal

JESUIT LIBRARY BLESSING PASSES AWAY


Director of Libraries, Ateneo de Manila University, 1959-1980, Fr. Robert J. Suchan, S.J. died of apparent heart failure 22 August 2015 according to Jesuit News.

Samson Lim (AB GS ’72), remembers him well his book To Give and Not to Count the Cost: Ateneans Inspiring Ateneans 1859-2009 (2010):

“As a student, I spent most of my free time in the Rizal Library, which was then under Fr. Robert Suchan. He was every bit the librarian we all imagine them to be—strict, stern, and perhaps, even to some people, scary. I remember how his mere presence could intimidate students that they would literally part like the Red Sea when they saw him approaching. I never talked to Fr. Suchan—I just knew his name, what he looked like, and how he never smiled, but I consider him one of my Ateneo heroes, whose work contributed significantly to what I am today…

“Fr. Suchan protected the integrity of the library and demanded respect for the instituion. To him, rules were rules, and nobody was exempted. He made sure that the library was always a quiet and conducive place for reading and study. He expected everybody to behave and use the library solely for its intended purpose… Fr. Suchan may be unpopular to some students, but to us who frequented the library, he was an inspiration—an inspiration to be dedicated to our craft, to do things well, even against all odds…

“The lessons I learned, the books I read, the knowledge I gained from the Rizal Library helped mold me into what I am today, and that library would not have been what it was and is today if not for the strict, stern (and scary) librarian that was Fr. Suchan.”

Rizal Library posted his photo that best sums up his spirit:

LIBRARY BLESSING

Lord, let the virtue of Thy Holy Spirit descend on these books; let it purify, bless, and sanctify them. Sweetly enlighten the hearts of those who read them, impart their true sense to them. Grant us also to be faithful to the precepts emanating from Thy Light, in accomplishing them by good works, according to Thy Will.
(from a framed poster held by Fr. Robert J. Suchan SJ)

Schedule of Wake and Funeral Services 
Oratory of St. Ignatius, Loyola House of Studies
Ateneo de Manila University

Wake Masses
Aug 23 Sunday 8PM
Aug 24 Monday 8PM
Funeral Mass
Aug 25 Tuesday 8AM

Interment at the Sacred Heart Novitiate Jesuit Cemetery follows after the mass.

FELLOW JESUIT REMEMBERS LIBRARY BLESSING ON HIS PASSING

Victor Ramos Baltazar SJ

I remember Fr. Bob as the Director of the Rizal Library here at the then Ateneo School of Arts and Sciences when we were studying as an undergrad back in the early 80’s. He was 89 years old, 71 years a Jesuit, 59 years a priest.

Joseph Bibal shared Rizal Library‘s photo.

“We need his younger genes to make XU a closer manifestation of what a school or university Is.”

Von Totanes shared Rizal Library‘s photo.

“If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”

Much of what the Rizal Library is today may be traced to the efforts of Fr. Bob Suchan. Please pray for the repose of his soul.