As we work to meet our needs everyday, we may question whether we ever feel secure with our condition. We may define secure as having meals for three times a day, having fixed income every month, or maybe being able to go to cinemas more than four times in a month. It is different for every person, but we agree that it is not a bad thing if we have money more than we actually need.
While we wander to find the answer to our biggest question, ‘How to have more money’, we probably don’t even realize that we often hear it. Yeah, you heard it. It is the word investment. Investment comes up in many types, for example, stocks, bonds, mutual funds.
The second study club held by the Human Capital Department in April was discussing stocks investment. Zunarsa Hafizh Rizqulloh, Branch Representatives of PT Phillip Sekuritas Indonesia was the speaker of the finance club this month. Hosted in Zoom, there were a total of 21 participants from Project Child Indonesia, including the staff, interns and volunteers. X talked about many aspects in stock investment such as the basic concept which is there will be the people who need the money and the ones who have the capital, the benefits of it including the gaining capital gain, dividen, bonus share or stock split, and of course, the risks which is divided into capital loss and liquidity risk.
40 minutes of the conference were in fact short. After 25 minutes explaining the materials, some of the participants raised questions about their curiosity of stocks investments. The questions are various, such as when is the best time for us, as the investors, to buy the stocks in the middle of the pandemic, how much money the students need for investing stocks, and how to count the stock price in certain times.
Kak Hafizh was happy to share his knowledge about stocks investments to Project Child Indonesia. Nevertheless, it was a great time for us, team Project Child Indonesia to learn something new although it is only using Zoom. We hope it encourages us to do something good in the future!