Learn how to invest with GInvest on GCash’s Money Talk online event

TL;DR: GCash will host a webinar on Facebook about investing money using GInvest on May 7.

Have you always wanted to learn how to invest your money but didn’t know where to start, who to invest in, or where to do it? Now you can do all that (and more) with GInvest.

GInvest is the first-ever digital investment platform that allows Filipinos as young as 18 years old and with one valid ID (for GCash account verification) to explore investments and conveniently grow their money with a press of a button inside the GCash app.

You can get your investments started with as little as Php 50 buy-in for local funds and Php 1,000 for global funds. These affordable rates make GInvest by GCash the first fintech company in the Philippines to offer low investment buy-ins.

To further explain what GInvest has in store for Filipinos, GCash will host a webinar on their Facebook page called GCash Money Talks on May 7, 2021, at 8:00 PM. The webinar will feature digital creators in the fields of lifestyle, entertainment, and finance such as Melissa Ricks, Thea Bautista, and Lou Sanchez, and aims at educating viewers on the fundamentals of investing in an entertaining way – what to consider, what can you get out of it and how to do it in simple steps with GInvest. This webinar also wants to empower Filipinos to take charge of their finances and unlock their life goals from the palms of their hands.

With GInvest by GCash, anyone can start investing and pave their way into the life they’ve always wanted. It’s an extraordinary entryway to the wonderful world of financial freedom that lets you #UnlockYourLifeGoals at the press of a button.

To learn more about the GCash Money Talks, and more information about GInvest, you may visit GCash’s Facebook page, is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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