JUST A THOUGHT: No story lives unless someone wants to listen. – J.K. Rowling
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BE PATIENT, HE SAYS: Matteo Guidicelli, logging 10 years in show business, offer sa basic point as his guide in life.
First, be patient. Matteo says he doesn’t want to rush things. He values the art of waiting.
The young actor, last seen in a vida-contravida role on “Dolce Amore”, showed his mature side during a media event where he was presented as endorser of Sun Life Asset Management Company, Inc.
Matteo said he takes his work as actor seriously. He is even more serious, he admitted, when dealing with his finances. He thanked his father for offering him sound advice on what to do with his money.
Asked what he plans it all for, the Fil-Italian actor said, everything is in preparation for ‘her.’ Matteo didn’t have to mention the name of his girlfriend, Sarah Geronimo, yet the statement sent waves of excitement to those who heard his comment.
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LOOSENED UP: We noticed that Matteo has become a bit more relaxed when asked to talk about his relationship with the secretive pop singer-actress. It’s a probably a sign that all’s well in the Matteo-Sarah camp, contrary to speculations by some.
We suggest Sarah should do the same. She’s not getting younger. It is time she relaxed some more, enjoy the thrills of carrying on a love life with an actor who’s the dreamboat of many young girls.
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INVESTING WISELY: Matteo Guidicelli is featured in the latest television commercial of Sun Life Asset Management Company, Inc. (SLAMCI).
The TVC shows two Matteos with strikingly opposite tactics. One tries to impress by bragging his material possessions.
The other woos her by promising a brighter future with help of Sun Life Prosperity Card.
The Sun Life Prosperity Card is an investment card worth P5,000 which may be invested in any of the peso-denominated mutual funds managed by SLAMCI under its Sun Life Prosperity Funds. The first of its kind in the market, it has revolutionized mutual funds investing in the country.
“It’s an easy and convenient way to start building one’s brighter future,” explained SLAMCI president Valerie Pama.
“By investing in mutual funds, one can make his money work harder for him, as against simply leaving all of it in the bank.”
Pama shared that a 91-day time deposit in a bank 10 years ago would have given 28% return. For the same period, the Sun Life Prosperity Bond Fund grew by 66%, while the money invested in the Sun Life Prosperity Balanced Fund would have earned 155%.
Pama said, “Instead of using up all of one’s money on trendy items that will soon be replaced by a new fad, why not invest it for the long term and watch it grow?’’
Sun Life has been in the country for 120 years. (NESTOR CUARTERO)