Her real name is EMYAT & she has a daughter nick-named “mimi” and both came from an island where they lived near a squatters. Emyat, lost a second child as she didn’t have enough money for medicine or medical care. Emyat than decided to make a change by leaving the island and work elsewhere and that’s where she was introduce to Sharon Ibarra.

In God’s timing Sharon mother also needed a maid and emyat was a perfect candidate. Shen than started working; she was indeed a hardworking individual.


Emyat was very curious whenever Sharon & her friends were taking about investing and the Stock Market. She started to show interest. One day she when to Sharon and ask her, how she can invest in the Stock Market and that’s where her journey to the Stock Market started.


Emyat had no money with her accept her small land that worth about 20,000 peso and therefore she decided to sell that small land in the island and start investing in the Stock Market. (She had so much problem selling the land as she had some serious issues with her so called partner who was staying with her), finally she decided to split the 20,000 peso with him and take only 10,000 peso.


She than with full of excitement when to metro bank and opened a Bank account for the first time in her life and with the assistance of Sharon she opened FMS (First Metrosec Stock Account). She bought her first two shares a Month ago and now is gaining 11%. She is being guided by Mang Mateo who is a financial educator.

This is her REAL ACCOUNT – She is very proud of it.


She has seen poverty and she has seen the consequences of being poor after her second child death. She wants her money to grow in stock market with Capital Appreciation & Dividend Payouts. She wants to see her daughter do well in school and hopefully through investing she can give her daughter the best education and security. She saves 1,000 peso each month and she keep topping up her account so that she can buy more shares and different companies in the Stock Market.

Charts are complicated – MANG MATEO make it all easy for us everyday…He is an investor in the Stock Market for 27years. He is now helping 1000’s here in the Philippines.


She knew that all this can materialise only if she is alive and her worries is what happens she dies too early? That’s where Sharon professional advise comes in. She decided to buy for herself a Term Insurance so that in the even anything were to happen; P1M will be paid to her daughter and Sharon will be the Trust till the Child becomes 21 (Only if).


Many thought that the Stock Market is for the rich and famous and worst still they thought that they need to have lots of money to start. Ignorance will kill your dreams. Emyat life is changing because she wanted to change. “Success is not for Chosen Few; Success is Chosen by Few.”

You too can change by getting yourself educated with Mang Mateo via YES I WANT TO LEARN


  1. Emery 2 months ago

    Of course, everyone has to have fixed income investments. Despite the very low returns we get from them these days, they have a role to play in our portfolio. They provide the stability that we all need for a certain percentage of our total assets, depending on our age and needs. But please, make sure they just make up a certain percentage and not your entire investment portfolio.

  2. storno brzinol 1 month ago

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  3. You have brought up a very excellent details , thankyou for the post.

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