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1. Bookmarks: 11 Risk Management: Income, 401k, and IRA Programs Sooner or later, every investment program (particularly your IRA and 401k) becomes a Retirement Income Program. If Retirement Income Readiness is one of the initial investment plan objectives, income purpose securities will have a place in the portfolio from the very beginning.
2. Bookmarks: 2 Retirement Ready Income Investing: What's In Your Wallet? What good is wealth without income? Your 401k program is NOT retirement ready... even the most popular 2017 Target Date Fund is heavy into the Stock Market. Steve Selengut has been a hands-on, income focused, portfolio manager since 1979. This is the information you need to get from your 401k balances to retirement income independence.
3. Bookmarks: 0 Financial Website Warning Label The purpose of the Sanco Services website is threefold: (1) to promote the somewhat unique (and non-mainstream Wall Street) Investment Strategies of Investment Manager Steve Selengut; (2) to promote the sale of his book entitled The Brainwashing of the American Investor; (3) to provide educational information to the investing public.
4. Bookmarks: 0 Who is Steve Selengut? Investment portfolio manager. BA Business, Gettysburg College, MBA, Professional Management, Pace University, Paul Harris Fellow, Phi Gamma Delta, AAII member & speaker, Steve Selengut has been a private investment portfolio manager since 1979 and is the CEO of Sanco Services Inc.
5. Bookmarks: 0 The Working Capital Model - Market Cycle Investment Management - Mentoring Program Professional Investor/Manager Steve Selengut walks you through the Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) portfolio management process. He'll hold your hand, answer your questions, and do everything short of security selection as you learn how to run your portfolio.
6. Bookmarks: 0 Financial Services Website Warning Label Financial Services Website Warning Label
7. Bookmarks: 3 Seven Principles For Long Term Investment Success Establish a profit-taking target for every security you purchase. Avoid Unrealized Gains, Embrace Volatility, Increase Annual Income, and remember that all key investment moments are only visible in rear view mirrors. Keep in mind that you need Income to pay the bills, and examine Market Value numbers at intelligent intervals.
8. Bookmarks: 0 The Greatest Investment Story Never Told An excellent strategy even in today's investing environment. The current buzz on the street is that investing is dead. How far from the truth can they be. Wall Street likes nothing more than to create fear. This book tells you how to put your emotions aside and look for good value on corrections in the market --- it also makes a strong case for profit taking, diversification, and base income generation.
9. Bookmarks: 0 Retirement Ready Income Investing Programs If your portfolio has less than 40% invested for income, it is far more speculative than you think.
10. Bookmarks: 0 More Brainwashing Book Reviews My partner and I love this book. We are enrolled agents, do around 800 business, personal, and trust income tax returns per year. The way it has been in the past, when folks ask who they should seek for investment advice, I have said that I don't really trust anybody, and then I tell them to educate themselves before they trust their money to an advisor. That way they will know enough to keep from being taken.
11. Bookmarks: 1 MCIM Q & A and Contact Information Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) reflects the unique strategies, procedures and disciplines documented in the books and articles of professional investor Steve Selengut, CEO/Consultant at Sanco Services Inc. and Senior Instructor at Kiawah Golf Investment Seminars.
12. Bookmarks: 0 The Art of Investing: Working Capital Model based Asset Allocation This method of looking at things will get you where you want to be without the hype that Wall Street uses to create unproductive transactions, foolish speculations, and incurable dissatisfaction. It provides a valid use for portfolio Market Value, but far from the judgmental nature Wall Street would like. It's use in this model, as both an expectation clarifier and an action indicator for the portfolio manager on a personal level, should illuminate your light bulb.
13. Bookmarks: 0 Investors Review Their Favorite Investment Book In the midst of financial crisis, market upheaval, and world-class uncertainty, at least one financial book provides an easily implemented strategy for safer investing. The Brainwashing of the American Investor is more than just the book that Wall Street does not want you to read.
14. Bookmarks: 0 What's Inside the Brainwashing Book The Brainwashing of the American Investor is direct, hard-hitting and brutally honest...The title implies a strong message, and the book does not let the reader down. Once Steve Selengut debunks the notion that Wall Street is on your side, he tells you how to take control of your own investments. His strategy is easy to understand and takes the guesswork and emotion out of investing.
15. Bookmarks: 5 A Millionaire's Secret Investment Strategy A Millionaire's Secret Investment Strategy, by Steven R. Selengut, is an Investment Book written by a professional investment manager who became a stock market aficionado years before he began managing other people's investments.
16. Bookmarks: 0 Webinar Preparation & Procedures Webinars are different. They are live, less structured, and totally dependent upon your participation. The more questions, the more everyone will learn. So please do a little reading before you attend the meeting you are attending. I've written articles on most subjects and described or illustrated most of the terms and concepts I'll be discussing with you.
17. Bookmarks: 0 Let’s K.I.S.S. Social Security Goodbye: Part 2 We have all the tools and expertise in place now to fix this financial mess without ever making the drastic mistake of delegating investment responsibility to the general population.
18. Bookmarks: 0 Let’s K.I.S.S. Social Security Goodbye: Part 3 Any established and profitable Financial Institution will be able to offer a single Social Security Retirement Program. Every participating institution will use the same general plan to provide the benefit levels established by the Social Security Administration in pretty much the same manner as they are now.
19. Bookmarks: 0 Let’s K.I.S.S. Social Security Goodbye: Part 4 All eligible providers will be required to accommodate Social Security Retirement Accounts, and will do so through a separate organizational entity or department with no other responsibilities.
20. Bookmarks: 0 Commissions are no Big Deal... Period - Part 2 For most stock purchases, the costs are up front and visible. For most Bond, and new issue purchases, the commissions are hidden from the investor, as they are with all Mutual Fund and Insurance/Annuity products.
21. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 1 The Brainwashing of the American Investor book reviews
22. Bookmarks: 0 Wall Street Transcript Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut - Part 1 Could you just give us a brief description of Sanco Services and your responsibilities there?
23. Bookmarks: 0 Operational Questions & Answers - Part 1 What is a Selection Universe? Nope, not a buy list, it is the result of applying a time tested set of selection rules, concepts, and experiences, to a pre-selected group of securities that are of a known level of quality i. e., Investment Grade only. It's just one of the things you need to know...
24. Bookmarks: 0 Operational Questions & Answers - Part 2 There are Investment Grade Securities that generate very little trading volume. Are they included in the Selection Universe?
25. Bookmarks: 0 Operational Questions & Answers - Part 3 Why can't your Selection Criteria be used with respect to CEFs?
26. Bookmarks: 0 The Working Capital Line Dance This is a graphical example of The Working Capital Line Dance.
27. Bookmarks: 0 Operational Questions & Answers - Part 4 In the book, you mention that there is no reason why this approach wouldn't work with NASDAQ stocks. Do you ever trade the Investment Grade Issues there?
28. Bookmarks: 0 Charleston Regional Business Journal Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut The following is the text of an interview with The Charleston Regional Business Journal conducted way back in February 2003.
29. Bookmarks: 0 Investment Performance: Part 2 So what is an investor to do if he isn't going to just follow the crowd (i.e., by ignoring all of the blatant inconsistencies between the basics of goal orientated Investment Management and the ridiculousness of the performance- evaluation-by-the-averages, quarterly and annual statistical fiasco)?
30. Bookmarks: 1 MCIM Strategies Produce Better Retirement Income The Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) methodology for managed asset allocation was developed in the 1970s. The process combines risk minimization, base income generation, and disciplined trading strategies while focusing on the highest quality individual securities in the equity marketplace... plus a minimum 30% income purpose security bucket.
31. Bookmarks: 0 Commissions are no Big Deal... Period - Part 4 The Commission Virus attacks the cerebral cortex and creates mathematical dementia, an almost true story!
32. Bookmarks: 2 Investment Management - Part 2 Regardless of how well you design your portfolio and create a decision making model that is easy to implement, you must also be able to unemotionally stick to your guns in the face of massive media attacks that just could make you change direction for any number of reasons.
33. Bookmarks: 0 The Obama Tax Reform Plan For Long Term Economic Growth? (July 2008) Investors represent the biggest voting block in the country. We could elect the next president, change the tax code, fix Social Security, and strengthen the economy. If only we weren't the most apathetic group of people on the planet. As Investors, we want less government, lower taxes, and purposeful regulation. We want laws that aid economic freedoms, and lawmakers and judges who facilitate it.
34. Bookmarks: 0 The McCain Tax Reform Plan For Long Term Economic Growth? (July 2008) Investors represent the biggest voting block in the country. We could elect the next president, change the tax code, fix Social Security, and strengthen the economy. If only we weren't the most apathetic group of people on the planet. As Investors, we want less government, lower taxes, and purposeful regulation. We want laws that aid economic freedoms, and lawmakers and judges who facilitate it.
35. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 6 More reviews of the book The Brainwashing of the American Investor
36. Bookmarks: 1 Wall Street Transcript Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut - Part 5 What are your clients talking to you about these days? What are their concerns and expectations on the market?
37. Bookmarks: 1 The Investor's Creed --- What's That? The Stock Market is a dynamic place where investors can consistently make reasonable returns on their capital if they comply with the basic principles of the endeavor AND if they don't measure their progress too frequently with irrelevant measuring devices. Five simple concepts of Asset Allocation, Investment Strategy, and human Psychology are summed up quite nicely in The Investor's Creed.
38. Bookmarks: 0 Kiawah Golf Investment (MCIM) Web-Workshops The Road To Success Web Workshop Series covers all aspects of the Investment Plan and teaches you how to mange your personal program with reasonable (and attainable) expectations. Learn from an investment panel with over 100 years of professional experience. Workshops are live, Q & A tolerant, and they take place on your desktop--- wherever you are.
39. Bookmarks: 0 Steve's Radio Appearances There are thousands of talk radio stations and programs throughout the country; hundreds of them specialize in Business and Finance topics. Talk radio is the main source of financial and business information for millions of Americans, second only to CNBC as the media of choice for investors who feel that they need to know what's going on in the financial markets throughout the day.
40. Bookmarks: 7 Private Workshops: You and Steve Selengut Private Workshops: You and Steve Selengut--- whatever you want to talk about. Your portfolio, your plans. How to increase your income. Getting ready for retirement. What Market Cycle Investment Management can do for you.
41. Bookmarks: 1 Testimonials From Mentoring Program and Workshop Graduates In “Brainwashing” Steve Selengut exposes the fallacies of conventional Wall Street wisdom and lays out a rational system to select, buy and then sell stocks of quality companies at a profit while developing a separate, growing income stream. By far the best investment book I have ever read---
42. Bookmarks: 0 LMK Wealth Management - What We Read The Brainwashing of the American Investor: The Book that Wall Street Does Not Want You to Read and A Millionaire’s Secret Investment Strategy. Steve Selengut has been a private investment manager since 1979. His life experiences as an investor started in 1970, at age 25, when he was given the responsibility to manage a $60,000 portfolio.
43. Bookmarks: 0 Let’s K.I.S.S. Social Security Goodbye: Part 1 We need to simplify the benefit structure as well, to make it just a retirement program and not a Widows and Orphans Protection and Healthcare Society.
44. Bookmarks: 0 Let’s K.I.S.S. Social Security Goodbye: Part 5 If we are serious about solving Social Security, this isn’t as difficult as one would think, and arguments could be made for several methods. But in keeping with the K. I. S. S. principle, let’s start with the oldest Social Security recipients first and work backwards.
45. Bookmarks: 5 Press Release: MCIM Portfolios Rally To Three Year High Levels, Powered By IGVSI Stocks and Income CEFs - S & P Down 19% The Market Cycle Investment Management methodology combines risk minimization, asset allocation, equity trading, investment grade value stock investing, and base income generation in a time frame that recognizes and embraces the reality of cycles. What's in your portfolio?
46. Bookmarks: 0 More Testimonials From Mentoring Program and Workshop Graduates More Testimonials about Steve's investment seminars, workshops, Webinars, and Mentoring programs.
47. Bookmarks: 0 Janet Napolitano and Steve Selengut – Strange BlogFellows How many politicians, political appointees, and/or regulators does it take to change a light bulb?
48. Bookmarks: 0 March IGVSI Bargain Stock Monitor the Strongest in Recorded History --- MCIM Portfolios at Record Highs Press Release: Kiawah Golf Investment Seminars trains all levels of investors in the use of the IGVSI Bargain Stock Monitor--- a creation of Senior Investment Instructor Steve Selengut, manager of the proprietary Market Cycle Investment Management portfolios.
49. Bookmarks: 0 Investment Grade Value Stock Index Whups Dow and S & P with an 84% stick Kiawah Golf Investment Seminars proudly reports the phenomenal performance of the IGVSI--- a creation of Senior Investment Instructor and world-respected author Steven R Selengut. Market Cycle Investment Management portfolios are fueled by the IGVSI.
50. Bookmarks: 0 Graceful Expectations Newsletter #3 - December 15, 2009 In this edition, we feature a mini lesson from Grace Etsuko Lee Poise and Carriage Lesson by Grace Lee, a Chapter from Teo's book Social Media Marketing and Syndication, and three other articles from Steve Selengut, Lori DelBo and Jenni Jones.
51. Bookmarks: 0 Wall Street Transcript Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut - Part 3 Do you invest in turnaround situations?
52. Bookmarks: 0 Wall Street Transcript Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut - Part 2 How would you expect the portfolios to perform in both up and down markets?
53. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 5 More reviews of the book The Brainwashing of the American Investor
54. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 3 Reviews of the book The Brainwashing of the American Investor
55. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 4 More reviews of the book The Brainwashing of the American Investor
56. Bookmarks: 0 The Brainwashing of the American Investor - More Book Reviews Volume 2 More book reviews for The Brainwashing of the American Investor.
57. Bookmarks: 0 Commissions are no Big Deal... Period - Part 3 Retailers’ shelves are full of merchandise, purchased at different times, at different prices, and from countless wholesalers who, themselves, have varying markups. Items that move slowly are marked down for easier sale, quantity purchasers obtain discounts, damaged items are sold at a loss, etc, etc.
58. Bookmarks: 0 Commissions are no Big Deal... Period - Part 1 Nothing in the Investment World is misunderstood more than the impact of commissions. Since Charles Schwab first shocked Wall Street by offering discount commission rates, a new industry has developed with a huge, cult like, following of investors.
59. Bookmarks: 0 Investment Management - Part 1 Most individual investors don't think of themselves as Investment Managers. Most develop their investment portfolios by purchasing one-size-fits-all packaged products and an array of individual securities in the hope that growth will happen.
60. Bookmarks: 0 Strategic Investment Mixology - Finding the Holy Grail Cocktail Antoine Tedesco, in his "The History of Cocktails" article, lists three things that mixologists consider important to remember and to understand when making a cocktail: 1) the base spirit, which gives the drink its main flavor; 2) the mixer or modifier, which blends well with the main spirit without overpowering it; 3) the flavoring, which brings it all together.
61. Bookmarks: 0 Wall Street Transcript Interviews with Manager Steve Selengut - Part 3 What are some of your recent buys? Some new opportunities that you have identified and what are the reasons?
62. Bookmarks: 0 Investment Advisors 101... Ask These Questions Investment Advisors (IAs) come in all different intellectual, professional, and alphabetical varieties. They range in educational qualifications from High School dropout to PhD, and can be professional Accountants, Insurance Salesmen, Stock Brokers, Investment Managers, Dentists, Lawyers, TV personalities, and Gourmet Chefs.
63. Bookmarks: 7 The Investor's Creed and Your Investment Portfolio (October, 2007) The shock market is the adult version of childhood thrill rides, but with no predictable beginning or end, and no way of gauging the size or duration of the peaks and valleys. This is one of the very few things that can actually be known about The Market, security groups, and sectors.
64. Bookmarks: 0 Stock Market Investing - The November Syndrome (November, 2007) November is particularly exciting because it hosts the convergence of four Katrina-level forces, all of which are part of Wall Street's conventional wisdom while none of them lead to intelligent investment decision making. And this year we have a special treat in the form of a Category Three market correction in the Value Stock sector.
65. Bookmarks: 0 Quarterly Window Dressing - A Recurrent Wall Street Scam (June 2008) Why aren't the wizards of Wall Street assuaging our nerves by explaining the cyclical nature of the markets and pointing out that similar crises have always preceded the attainment of new all time highs? Right, because the unhappy investor is Wall Street's best friend. Why can't politicians address economic problems with capitalist-economic solutions? Why isn't the sky always blue?
66. Bookmarks: 0 The Below The Radar Hedge Fund Crisis (April 2009) And the real crime is this: investors as naive as the wet-diapered E-Trade spokesbaby can push a button and buy operational hedge funds more bizarre and sophisticated than any ever imagined buy the rich and famous. If an ETF harbors a hedge fund, but doesn't call it a hedge fund, is it really not a hedge fund?
67. Bookmarks: 3 May The Investment Force Be With You (June 2009) The Dark Side of investing beckons like a Siren's song, luring the majority of professional advisors away from the safety and simplicity of The QDI. Institutional propaganda, projections, predictions, and hype have the same affect on unsuspecting boatloads of speculators who most often become shipwrecked on the derivative rocks.
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