Investing in Stocks Through Citiseconline

I have finally opened an account at Citiseconline last August 19 (Quezon City’s Day). It was the holiday I have been waiting for – a holiday at Quezon City – but not in other parts of Metro Manila.

I did not buy stocks right away because I wasn’t very sure of what to buy. After a little research and reading Bo’s ebook on How His Maids Invested in the Stock Market, I finally chose my top 3 companies. My choice was based on whether I was already a customer of the company and on its stability. I have so much to learn and it makes me excited! 🙂

I have also learned a lot of useful tips from the Truly Rich Club. It’s a really awesome club where our mentors teach us how to invest in the stock market the right way to avoid losing money. So if you are new to the idea of investing, don’t worry. Just look for the right mentors to guide you. 🙂


Author: Mylene

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12 thoughts on “Investing in Stocks Through Citiseconline”

    1. Hi mel,

      Opening an account is easy. If you live around Metro Manila, you can go to the Tektite or PSE Building at Ortigas. You can bring with you a government-issued ID. Someone will meet and assist you in opening an account. You will just fill up some forms. You will also need 5,000 pesos to open an account.

      You can deposit it at the Citiseconline office right away upon registration or you can deposit it through BPI or BDO. You can then use this 5,000 pesos to buy stocks of your favorite companies.

      Please visit for more details. Thanks!

    1. Hi Elan,

      Thank you for your proposal. Haha. That was funny. Sorry for the very late reply. Anyway, how long have you been investing in stocks? I’d love to learn from you.

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