MCIM Q & A and Contact Information

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Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) reflects the unique strategies, procedures and disciplines documented in the books and articles of professional investor CEO/Consultant at Sanco Services Inc. and Senior Instructor at Kiawah Golf Investment Seminars.

: Where can I get an MCIM "Life Cycle" Portfolio? 

You can develop one for yourself, after studying "The Brainwashing of the American Investor" or you can get in touch with an authorized financial professional by contacting our Marketing Consultant.

: How many types of MCIM "Life Cycle" portfolios are there?

There are two groups of MCIM portfolios, with three general asset allocation formulas in each: Group one is for tax deferred portfolios and Group two is for taxable portfolios. Investors can adjust the percentages according to their own preferences, but all equities must be Investment Grade Value Stocks, and all accounts must contain at least 30% in income securities.

  • 60% IGVSI Equities and 40% Taxable or Tax Free CEFs
  • 40% IGVSI Equities and 60% Taxable or Tax Free CEFs 
  • 10% IGVSI Equities and 90% Taxable or Tax Free CEFs 

: Are there any account size or transaction restrictions?

MCIM accounts perform best with $300,000 or more in assets, but smaller accounts with additional deposit potential are acceptable. "Life Cycle" portfolios are excellent staging areas for retirement, particularly in 401(k) plans. Once regular income is needed, the portfolio can be "transitioned" into a personal portfolio identical to the one already in place.

 : Who is former investment manager Steve Selengut?

 Please click the "About Steve Selengut" tab at Kiawah Golf Investment Seminars.

: Where can I obtain information about the historical performance of MCIM  methodology portfolios?

You need only to grasp the concepts and understand the methodology to make your light bulb come on --- it's a logical and disciplined approach that is easy to implement. Financial professionals can obtain detailed quartely performance reports through LMK Wealth Managemeent.

:How would I arrange for Mr. Selengut to speak to my group about the Market Cycle Investment Management methodology?

You can contact him directly at 800-245-0494 or by e-mail.

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Market Cycle Investment Management
3912 Betsy Kerrison Pkwy
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone (800) 245-0494 • Fax (843) 243-8509
Contact Steve directly for additional information: 800-245-0494
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Steve Selengut is registered as an investment adviser representative. His assessments and opinions are purely his own. None of the information presented here should be construed as an endorsement of any business entity; the information is only intended to be educational and thought provoking.

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The Working Capital Model - Market Cycle Investment Management - FREE Mentoring Program

Professional Investor/Manager Steve Selengut, and an experienced panel of experts, walk you through the Market Cycle Investment Management (MCIM) portfolio management process. We'll hold your hand, answer your questions, and do everything we can short of security selection as you learn how to run your own (or your client's) portfolio.

The Mentoring Program is FREE, and includes:

  • The "Road To Success" Investment Training Program (minimum of 3 sessions)
  • The "Performance Investors Want & How to Get It" program (if applicable) 
  • The "Market Cycle Investment Management" program

The mentoring program is no longer private --- at least six people (all "Brainwashing" book owners) must attend each meeting.

Note:  Headsets will make the experience much more productive.

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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.