Welcome note to prospective Mi members..

Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with good momentum.

I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of prospective members to the weekendinvesting family.

Thank you very much for your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio.

At the very outset let me say that this is one of the safest long term wealth building structured system that you may have come across.  The system will allow you to ride upward momentum in the market when is there opportunity and will sit in cash if there isn’t. This is certainly not a get rich quick scheme. It will go through its ups and down and may have negative returns years as well. However if the past decade and a half is anything to go by you can expect  to beat the benchmark pretty often. If you are in for the medium and long term haul, please feel assured that you are in safe hands.

It may take some time for the new users to settle in and get used to the easy way of this structured approach. You will only need to look at this once a week for 5-15 min to readjust a few stocks. I earnestly request all of you to leave your biases for trading and investing aside when going for a systematic approach like this. At times, especially after sharp market runs ups like we have now, it is natural to feel a bit cautious and scared of the heights achieved. However, the whole purpose of a system driven model like this is to alleviate you from those emotions. Yes, in the very short term if we are unlucky we may be sitting near a top but believe me even after a 2008 like crash the system was in the money within a matter of 15 months.  So invest fully or partially as per your comfort now or in a drawdown as you like. But in a few years this current period will seem like a easy decision to have made looking back. The key is to stay invested and keep the faith on the system.  To add the cherry on the top we will put in a 8% performance guarantee so that in case you are unable to get even this much annualized return during the tenure of your subscription, we will continue to renew your subscription at no cost till we can achieve that goal on a annualized basis for you. Your winning is our winning at the end.

Please read through the following if you are keen to subscribe to Mi20 the new weekly portfolio on CNX500 stocks.  If you are interested in non subscription products Mi40 or Mi50 that run on larger (>25-50L) portfolios based on profit sharing, please wait for my direct email on the same by end of this week.

So with this small intro let me tell you the schedule for this week for Mi20 on-boarding

Wed  10th Jan AM: Release of our new product, Mi20: Detailed document on its core portfolio philosophy, simulated performance, operating FAQ, procedures etc along with payment instructions will be sent on an email for those registered. Once you have read through the same, cleared your doubts if any and would like to subscribe, proceed to pay with your email as a reference in the payment.

Hopefully we will be able to finish the accounts exercise by Thu PM and will release the portfolio to the new subscribers to purchase by  Fri Jan 12th closing. Fri close prices will be considered for the start of the model portfolio. Henceforth from next week you will receive an email once a week.

I am deeply obliged that so many of you have placed your trust in me and hope to live up to your expectations. If there are any queries/ suggestions/ difficulties  at any time, please wait for the FAQ on Wednesday and then if still the query remains feel free to write in.

All the best,

Rgds,​
Alok Jain

64 thoughts on “Welcome note to prospective Mi members..

  1. Hi, I have understood the Core of all the Mi Strategies, but can u please let me know the difference between Mi25 and Mi50, offcource no of stocks would be 25 in the earlier strategy and 50 in later strategy.

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  2. Thank u dear,

    Not much to comment. Just a new innings with a new captain.

    My goodwishes with u.

    Warm Regards,

    Mir Iftikhar Alam

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      1. Thanks for your reply. I already have PINS/non-PINS account through ICICI Direct NRI account with which I can invest in Indian stocks. Sorry if that wasn’t clear earlier.

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  3. I am having a ICICI direct account. Should I continue using it or move to zerodha (as it is recommented)? Is it beneficial to use that?

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  4. I got an account with zerodha,but F&O segment is not activated.In this account i got stocks in cash and my plan is to invest 5L.Is this enough?

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  5. How much fees will b charged for this new Mi20?

    On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 4:43 PM WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  6. YOU ARE TELLING IN YOUR INTERVIEWS THAT YOUR STRATEGIES ARE ALL TESTED THROUGH THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF MARKETS FROM BEFORE 2008 TILL NOW. THE SAME APPLIES TO THIS TOO, RIGHT? ALSO, ARE THE RETURNS MENTIONES NET OF EXPENSES OR IF NOT, DO YOU HAVE ANY SHEETS THAT SHOW THE EFFECT OF BROKERAGES ON THE RETURNS?

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  7. I am not very share market savvy but you are providing services similar to mutual fund. In MF one just invest money as sip or lumpsum and then its being managed by the fund manager. But you seems to be having transparency to customers and you are also charging very high as compared to MF. Sir can you tell me the difference in strategy being used by you and a MF fund manager and what is the benefit in terms of returns between these you and MF.

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    1. 1. Compare the returns
      2. Mutual funds will remain invested if mkt tanks 60%. we will be sitting in cash .
      3. Black box vs your funds in your own hand
      4. I am not competing with anybody. If not comfortable please use MF route. Direct eq is certainly more risky

      cheers

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  8. Thanks for your mail. Was looking forward for your guidance through the MI25; but now you have MI20; bit confused, what to opt for; very much interested for your guidance.

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  9. Dear Sir

    As I have NRE trading A C it is costly to change pholio on every week Give me Long term base solutions

    Regards, Brijesh Soni 00966565402532

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  10. Hi,
    I am based an NRI and have a DEMAT account linked to my NRI acc at HDFC. Is that enough or do I need some other type of account with some broker?

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  11. Dear Mr. Alok Jain,

    Thanks for acknowledging my registration request for services. I will look for further details on formal beginning of the service. I am investing in equities for a couple of years without following any structured approach. Although my investments show returns, but it is not very calculative.

    Presently, I am holding a portfolio of around Rs.25 lac in a very scattered manner. I like to put my investment under your suggested plan to create a structured portfolio.

    Although it is not proper to ask for help without formal joining, if you permit I like to share data on my portfolio and seek your suggestion to sale/hold the equities I hold presently to place under your scheme.

    I hope you will give your valuable suggestions in this regard.

    Kind Regards,

    Zainab.

    On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 7:08 PM, WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  12. Dear sir
    good morning
    i have few querys
    1 . how much minimum capital required
    2 . my demat is in SBI. should i also have intraday facility in it
    Thanks
    Dr.A.K.Sinha

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.

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  13. Dear Mr. Alok Jain,

    Greetings !!!

    I want to know :

    1. How your newly proposed Mi20 is going to be different than your existing Mi25 scheme.

    2. Will this Scheme of Mi20 be only stock ‘buy-hold-sell’ kind of scheme or it would have ‘options-futures’ strategy also. Why I am asking this question is because I am, as of now, extremely averse to trade in ‘options-futures’; whereas I am comfortable to ‘buy’ in cash market, take delivery and hold it for some time (as per your suggestion and strategy) and exit after having realised the goal/target set by you.

    Thanks & regards Kamal Garg

    On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 4:38 PM, WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  14. I had registered for Mi20, I have not received Mi20: Detailed document on its core portfolio philosophy, simulated performance, operating FAQ, procedures etc along with payment instructions.

    Rajit Kumar

    On Mon, Jan 8, 2018 at 4:38 PM, WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  15. Hi Alok, Can you share your annual market returns for  the last 5, 3 and 2 years for the Mi25 portfolio?

    Thanks Ashwin

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

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  16. Hi Alok, I have transferred the amount and given my gmail if in TR remarks. How ever I am giving you the transaction no: 801017859348. Hope these info are sufficient for tracking.

    On Mon, 8 Jan 2018 at 4:48 PM, WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  17. Hi Alok,
    Could you care to share a light on the strategy of the MI 25/20 Momentum .
    Not asking to to revel your algorithm & trade secrete but broad approach will do .
    So will help to understand what exactly we are expecting in this algo .
    And I believe it is based on purely technical & main time frame is weekly , right ?

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  18. Dear Mr. Jain,

    I wish to subscribe to your Mi20 weekly portfolio. Kindly help me with the payment details.

    Warm Regards, Rohit Jhamb

    On Monday, January 8, 2018, WeekendInvesting.com wrote:

    > WeekendInvesting.com posted: “Greetings ! May we all remain blessed with > good momentum. I want to extend a warm welcome to a large number of > prospective members to the weekendinvesting family. Thank you very much for > your confidence in us to assist you to run your valuable portfolio” >

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  19. Hey there What’s the subscription charges And what’s non subscription portfolio

    Dr Jigar Bathia Bathia Hospital & Eye Clinic. Sent from my iPhone

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  20. Hi Alok,

    I would be keen to subscribe for Mi25…Appreciate if you could let me know how I could get started on the same.

    Regards, Gurpreet

    Sent from my iPad

    >

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