The Stock Market Rewards players who hold investments long-term!!

The Stock Market Rewards players who hold investments long-term!!

Innoware’s Weekly Millionaire Blog – Edition 2 – January 14, 2018

The Stock Market Rewards players who hold investments long-term!!

In 10 years there are 520 weeks. We started one weekly Millionaire blog last week. So this is Innoware’s Weekly Blog # 2. We hope to send out Innoware’s Weekly Blog # 520 after 10 years from now. We hope you are with us till then.

Why 10 years? Because "that many years - 10” is in the title of our second book - “How to Invest in Stock Market Indexes and become a millionaire in 10 years”.

If you have not already done so, you can download a free copy of the eBook from our website

Each week, we will cover various aspects of index investing.

This week, we will not cover much except by saying that 2018 has started with a bang as far as all the indexes are concerned.

Our total portfolio is up 10% in 9 trading days. Ofcourse, that includes volatility, indexes and cryptos.

Since this email series is focused on indexes, we would encourage you to have a look at out holdings which we started in our no fee RobinHood account.

You can see our Index Investing Portfolio at

Look at the tab – “2018 Long Term Index Investing” in the above google docs.

Everyday from our Swing Trade profits, we are adding more SVXY, TQQQ, SPXL, UPRO, DDM and VMIN.

But why SVXY? Because we trade Volatility and know the subject.

And Why TQQQ? Because as mentioned in our book, page # 68, TQQQ has given a historical annualized ROI of over 60%.

And of course SPXL and UPRO are ranked # 3 in our index rankings.

Hope to communicate with you next Sunday again!! In the mean time, if there are any questions, feel free to email us.

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