Investing is one of the best ways to grow our money, put our hard-earned money to work, and potentially build our wealth. Investing is the most effective way to combat inflation, and I know you’re already convinced about the beauty of investing that’s why you ended up on this page trying to learn how to invest in Jollibee.
Jollibee was founded on January 28, 1978, which means they have been operating for almost fifty years, so in terms of company credibility, you can trust them.
There are two main ways you can invest in Jollibee Food Corporation. The first one is through franchising your own Jollibee store, and the second one is buying company shares through the stock market, which is for sure that is what you came here to learn.
The video above is from one of the most known financial educators in the Philippines “Chinkee Tan” all credits belong to him, just using it for educational purposes.chinkeetan.com
In this article, I will be sharing with you how to invest in Jollibee stocks. Because I know, the majority of us don’t that enough millions to franchise a Jollibee store, let’s just learn the most affordable way to invest in Jollibee.
Here’s How To Buy Jollibee Shares
I’m going to break down all the steps on how to invest in Jollibee stocks, please make sure to not skip any steps to really understand the whole process. See the picture below. Those are the steps that we’re going to be covering in this article.
Step 1: Finding A Reliable Stock Broker
There are many stockbrokers in the Philippines, one of the most popular ones is the company called COL Financial. You may also ask your banks because some banks in the Philippines offer easy access to the stock market through their own brokerage company, like the BPI which also offers stocks through BPI Trade.
After you select and decided on the best stockbrokers for you, the next step is to, of course, signup for an account with them. There are a lot of available guides and tutorials on creating an investor account for whatever company you’ll choose.
Step 2: Fund Your Trading Account
The second step is to fund your trading account, and this can only be done after your account is successfully approved by the company which you signed for. You need to deposit an amount to your trading account that you’re going to use for buying Jollibee shares, or any company that you wanted to invest in.
There will be hundreds of stocks available in the market that you will be able to buy once your account is successfully approved, it’s not going to be just Jollibee shares. So the very first thing that really matters the most, is creating your trading account and getting approved.
Step 3: Start Buying Jollibee Shares
The stock market is probably one of the riskiest investments you’ll ever do in your whole life. Most of the people’s reasons why they’re not doing stock market investing are because they’re afraid to lose their hard earn money, which definitely true if you don’t know what you’re doing.
So before you go ahead and start buying your shares from Jollibee, (or whatever company that you might like to invest in the future) you should really make sure that you know what you’re about to do. Learn stock market investing through books, YouTube videos, or by reading articles online.
Once you’re all set, then it’s now time to buy your Jollibee shares. There will be a specific guide on how to use your trading interface, and how to place an order to whatever company that you choose to create your trading account. Youtube videos and company-provided tutorials.
How Much Is The Minimum Investment In Jollibee?
The minimum amount that you need to have to start investing in Jollibee stocks is ₱2,160 pesos. You need at least buy 10 shares which will cost you ₱216 pesos per share, or one board lot.
Board lot(s) are the minimum shares you can buy, one board lot consists of 10 shares which are the minimum shares that you need to buy to become Jollibee investors.
Here’s a video about Jollibee investing from the owner of the book I have included above, Marvin Germo. Just in case some of you guys need clearer explanations or prefer watching videos instead of reading.
I guess that should be all for this article, let me know in the comments if you still have questions. Thank you and Good luck!