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The first book by Investment Manager Steve Selengut. This short work outlines the strategy later developed in depth in: The Brainwashing of the American Investor: The Book That Wall Street DOES NOT Want YOU to Read, now in it's 2nd Edition.

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. The book unveils a step-by-step Investment Portfolio Asset Allocation Model that is a time tested formula for low(er) risk investment success in the stock market . Without gimmicks, complicated programs, or guarantees of instant fortune, the book teaches real world asset allocation and investment principals as it explains an easy to apply formula for selecting stocks and for selling them profitably.

The book introduces the Author's unique Working Capital Model approach to objective based portfolio performance evaluation and provides numerous insights into the workings of Wall Street. The investment tools needed for success are explained and the rules required for Greed Control are documented.

A Millionaire's Secret Investment Strategy may still be available at, either new or used. But it exists in its entirety within The Brainwashing of the American Investor, a greatly expanded version that is available everywhere.

About the Author

Steve Selengut has been in the investment Management Business since 1979 through Sanco Services, Inc., an international company he owns and manages. His career as an investor started in 1970, at age 25. He developed the unique Working Capital Model for Asset Allocation Management then (decades before the concept became popular) and still uses it today to in supervising personal and other investment programs for other professionalss and to educate countless individual investors. 

Before his 34th birthday, he retired from his full time management position in the Pension Investment Department of a major New York Life Insurance company to pursue his new career. He was able to start fresh, build a new home, and keep both children in private schools strictly on the income produced by his investment portfolio!

Mr. Selengut has been interviewed frequently by The Wall Street Transcript (most recently in January, 2003 as a result of his  achievements during the " Bear Market").

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In developing the investment plan, personal financial goals, objectives, time frames, and future income requirements should all be considered. A first step would be to assure that small portfolios (under $50,000) are at least 50% income focused.

At the $100,000 level, between 30% and 40% income focused is fine, but above age 50, the income focus allocation needs to be no less than 40%... and it could increase in 10% increments every five years.

The "Income Bucket" of the Asset Allocation is itself a portfolio risk minimization tool, and when combined with an "Equity Bucket" that includes only IGVSI companies, it becomes a very powerful risk regulator over the life of the portfolio.

Other Risk Minimizers include: "Working Capital Model" based Asset Allocation, fundamental quality based selection criteria, diversification and income production rules, and profit taking guidelines for all securities,

Dealing with changes in the Investment Environment productively involves a market/interest rate/economic cycle appreciation, as has evolved in the Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) methodology. Investors must formulate realistic expectations about investment securities--- by class and by type. This will help them deal more effectively with short term events, disruptions and dislocations.

Over the past twenty years, the market has transitioned into a "passive", more products than ever before, environment on the equity side...  while income purpose investing has actually become much easier in the right vehicles. MCIM relies on income closed end funds to power our programs.

To illustrate just how powerful the combination of highest quality equities plus long term closed end funds has been during this time... we have provided an audio PowerPoint that illustrates the development of a Self Directed IRA portfolio from 2004 through 2014.

Throughout the years surrounding the "Financial Crisis", Annual income nearly tripled from $8,400 to $23,400 and Working Capital grew 80% $198,000 to $356,000.

Total income is 6.5% of capital and more than covers the RMD.

Managing income purpose securities requires price volatility understanding and disciplined income reinvestment protocals. "Total realized return" (emphasis on the realized) and compound earnings growth are the key elements. All forms of income secuities are liquid when dealt with in Closed End Funds. 

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Please read this disclaimer:
Steve Selengut is registered as an investment advisor representative. His assessments and opinions are purely his own and do not represent the views of any other entity. None of his commentary is or should be considered either investment advice or a solicitation of business. Anyone seeking individualized investment advice should contact a qualified investment adviser. None of the information presented in this article is intended to be or should be construed as an endorsement of any entity or organization. The reader should not assume that any strategies, or investments mentioned are any more than illustrations --- they are never recommendations, and others will most certainly disagree with the thoughts presented in the article.