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Bongbong Marcos’ Stock Shares Support his Independent Wealth

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welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Bongbong Marcos was not only born with a silver platter. He is also blessed with golden talents and connections. No matter how anti media propaganda questions his wealth in connection to his father, he remains rich and famous at that. Stock shares are notable in his SALN.






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[VIDEO]: Ferdinand “Bongbong” Romualdez Marcos Jr. (born September 13, 1957) is a Filipino politician and former senator in the 16th Congress of the Philippines. He is the second child



2015 3rd Richest Senators

Cynthia Villar is still the richest senator in the Philippines. She has a declared net worth of ₱3,500,565,480 in her 2015 SALN Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto claims the spot for the second richest senator in the Philippines. He has a net worth of ₱531 million. The third richest senator is Bongbong Marcos at ₱211 million from the previous year’s ₱200 million. He is no longer a senator at the present time but his electoral protest against Leni Robredo for the VP post is ongoing.




Stock Shares Game

Some news reports criticize his increasing net worth despite having some businesses that went bankrupt. It only shows that these critics do not have business backgrounds or did not take the initiative to learn the details of the story they are covering. All business people know that investing in stocks is a game of win or lose. The outcome is different at the end of the day. Positive results depend on the many wins compared to the number of losses.




Money Works for Marcos

Unlike VP Leni Robredo who would rather get her daughter’s Harvard school supplies from the trash while after partying with the high society people in the US, Marcos does not have the poverty mentality. He has used his money to work for him by investing in many stocks. All his eggs are also not in one basket obviously. This is why even if other businesses lose, he is still rich.









Ful Payment

Marcos already paid in full the P66,023,000 electoral protest fee ahead of time. His friends pooled their resources in order to raise the amount during the first installment. The excess was used for the second installment together with the sale of a property believed to be a condominium. The Philippines definitely need a leader who has proven capability to acquire independent wealth. Forget the alleged hidden wealth. He is not his father.




https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/national/bongbong-marcos-completes-payment-of-p66-m-protest-fee/ar-BBEdiy9




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