THE daily market quotations of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) list individual trades on 20 mining stocks. At the top of the alphabetical list, according to market symbol, is Atok Big-Wedge Co. Inc. (AB) with 953.963 million listed common shares, which represent 37.484 percent of the company’s 2.545 billion outstanding common shares. On April 4, Atok’s share price closed trading at P11.80. It fell by P0.30 the following day to close trading at P11.50 apiece. In a filing, Atok said it spent for “exploration, development and environmental cost” a total of P5.708 million over a five-year period – P515,975 in 2012; P165,150 in 2013; P2.457 million in 2014; P1.594 million in 2015; and P976,428 in 2016. Atok had nothing to show for 2017. “The company is currently not operating a mine or oil project,” it said in the same filing. “In the event that it does, all necessary pollution control and environment protection will be set in … [Read more...] about At what price should I buy or sell?
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"Why are people dumping buckets of water on themselves? What is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?" The Ice Bucket Challenge is a challenge to raise awareness on ALS and of course, funds The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video, posting that video to social media, then nominating others to do the same, all in an effort to raise ALS awareness. Those who refuse to take the challenge are asked to make a donation to the ALS charity of their choice. So what's with the challenge? Here’s how it works: Grab your camera and fill up a bucket of ice water. (No cheating—make it big!) Tell everyone about the cause and challenge a few friends to take the plunge—if they opt out, they donate $100. Then it’s time to get down to business. After you’ve dried off, post the video on all of your social media accounts with a link to donate. Easy, right? "But wait, what is ALS? What does it do to a person?" ALS is a disease that affects a … [Read more...] about Should I Be Doing The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Too?
If you play Pokémon Go frequently, you know that it’s not easy to catch them all. Luckily, there are some free tools you can use to find exactly where certain Pokémon are on a map, see the hidden value of the Pokémon you catch, and know which Pokémon are best to fight against each other in gyms. GoRadar is the best app for finding exactly where Pokémon are on a map. There have been many third-party tracking tools for Pokémon Go, but most of them quickly shut down at the request of the game’s developer, Niantic. (RIP Pokévision.) One that has managed to consistently work for weeks is Go Radar, which is free to download from the iPhone’s App Store. If you have an Android phone, you can use the free web app. Go Radar even lets you filter out common Pokémon you don’t want to see on the map (like Rattata and Pidgey). Now go catch that Snorlax! Poke Genie tells you a Pokémon’s specific … [Read more...] about 3 free apps every serious Pokémon Go player should be using
Many times when we tell men what not to wear, they ask what they should be wearing instead. Ask no more – we’re here to tell you exactly what you should wear instead of your sweaty boat shoes and baggy cargo shorts. Here are seven things you shouldn’t wear this season and the items you should replace them with.The problem: Cargo shorts The solution: Chino shorts that hit above the knee. We’ve been over cargo shorts for a long time now. But every time we say so, we hear the inevitable cry of “But what am I supposed to wear?” Let us introduce you to shorts that don’t look terrible: simple, slim-fit chino shorts that hit above the knee. (For most guys, that will be 9 inches or shorter, depending on how long your legs are.) The slim profile doesn’t flare like cargo shorts do, and the shorter inseam doesn’t make it look like you’d rather be wearing pants. J. Crew makes some of our favorites ($65). The … [Read more...] about 7 things no man should wear in the spring — and what you should wear instead
It’s wedding season, and that means that invitation you have hanging on your refrigerator door is likely going to be put to use soon. Ergo, you’re probably panicking about what to wear. Well, don’t panic – we’re here to help. We’ll translate the invitation’s instructions for you, with the help of longtime butler Charles MacPherson’s etiquette guide “The Pocket Butler”. Black tie Black tie is often considered the pinnacle of modern formality (aside from white tie, which has been completely forgotten about, and is almost never worn aside from royal weddings). Attendees of evening weddings are, however, sometimes requested to wear black tie. If that’s the case, here’s what you need to wear: – A completely black tuxedo with a white formal shirt featuring a wing collar, finished with a black satin bow tie. Sometimes a black satin cummerbund is added, but that is becoming less and less … [Read more...] about Guys, here’s exactly what you should wear to that wedding you have coming up
Instagram is one of the most popular social networks in the world. But while the vast majority of users like to browse through their customized feed, I prefer to surf Instagram by user profile. Recently while browsing, I found a shortcut that’s completely changed how I use Instagram. It’s simple, and it works across all iPhone models, so you don’t need the latest and greatest device to take advantage of it. It’s simple: Whenever Instagram shows you a grid of photos, and you want to take a closer look at one, instead of tapping on the photo, you should press and hold on the photo. Then, if you want to comment or like, simply swipe up. Here’s how it works: The key to the trick is not to tap. Hold your finger down on the screen instead. It’s a subtle difference that pops up an image preview, instead of linking you to the image’s comments page. Here’s what the preview screen looks like when you hold down. The photo … [Read more...] about This Instagram trick totally changed how I used the iPhone app
Many times, when we tell men what not to wear, they ask what they should be wearing instead. Well, ask no more: We’re here to tell you exactly what you should wear instead of your sweaty boat shoes and baggy cargo shorts. Here are seven things you shouldn’t wear this season, and the items you should replace them with.The problem: cargo shorts The solution: Chino shorts that hit above the knee. We’ve been over cargo shorts for a long time now. But every time we say so, we hear the inevitable cry of “But what am I supposed to wear?” Let us introduce to you shorts that don’t look terrible: Simple, slim-fit chino shorts that hit above the knee. (For most guys, that will be 9 inches or shorter, depending on how long your legs are.) The slim profile doesn’t flare out like cargo shorts, and the shorter inseam doesn’t make it look like you’d rather be wearing pants. J. Crew makes some of our favorites ($65). The … [Read more...] about 7 things no man should wear in the spring — and what they should wear instead
The scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for work-related correspondences while she served as secretary of state has turned off some of her supporters in the White House, geopolitical expert Ian Bremmer told Business Insider. “Most of the senior administration officials I know think she’d be an extremely competent president but have a hard time squaring that with her believing she’s above the law,” Bremmer said, referring to the possibility that Clinton skirted the law by having classified information on her private server. “The latest facts around this email scandal hits the bullseye on that issue, and it’s not going to go away,” Bremmer said in an email to Business Insider.On Thursday, a federal judge opened the door for the FBI to try to recover any emails Clinton may have deleted from her private server, expanding the agency’s investigation into whether sensitive information ever … [Read more...] about BREMMER: A senior administration official told me, ‘If I did what Hillary did, I think I’d be in jail’
At the Thursday-night Republican presidential debate, moderator Megyn Kelly clashed with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on whether he believed law enforcement or prosecutors should use “profiling” in order to prevent terrorist attacks. Christie, a former federal prosecutor and US attorney for the district of New Jersey before he was elected governor in 2008, said he didn’t think “profiling” was necessary – but tangled with the moderator over whether “profiling” could have prevented the December attack in San Bernardino, California. Kelly asked Christie whether he thought profiling could have prevented the massacre, in which two ISIS-inspired attackers killed 14 people at a San Bernardino County public-health facility. “Neighbors of the terrorists said they did not report the couple to law enforcement prior to the crime because they were afraid that they would be accused of profiling,” Kelly said. … [Read more...] about Fox’s Megyn Kelly confronts Chris Christie: Should prosecutors use ‘profiling’ to prevent terrorist attacks?
I had been wearing the Huawei Watch, a $449 Android-powered smartwatch, for about five days before I realized that my favorite feature was being able to tell the time by looking at my wrist. It was time for some self-reflection. The Huawei Watch is one of the latest from the Android Wear line of smart wearable devices – and one of the very first to support syncing with an Apple iPhone, which is how I use it. Now, after more than a week wearing a Huawei Watch provided by Google, I can say that I don’t care for it very much. It doesn’t actually fulfill the mission of helping me look at my phone less. It’s not really Huawei’s fault. Not entirely. Apple is notoriously protective of the iPhone’s ecosystem, and it’s a minor miracle that an Android watch can sync with an iPhone at all. But as it stands, the only real superpower that using an Android Wear watch has going for it is that it pushes your phone’s notifications … [Read more...] about I used an Android watch with my iPhone — and I hate it