15/30 The Self-Supporting Neodaq Portfolio
- beginners

Welcome guest. Many times I have seen the question asked: How do I get rich buying stocks? Or how did you get so much NP for your stock portfolio"? I have tried to look back and see if I could find a way that would help beginners find the self supporting" portfolio more easily. I originally came up with this 15/30 idea as a way for me to sell stocks and still grow my portfolio. The more I thought about it, the more I realized the beginner investors could follow this idea.


I am writing this with the perspective that the person playing the stock market game has little experience in the stock market. I know this is not the strategy of many, but it has been proven, this strategy will work.


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting The amount of stocks necessary to provide a self-supporting portfolio can be as little as 30,000-50,000 shares, or a cost of 450,000-750,000 NP. It would be best to have this amount set aside for buying when starting. If you are able to start with 500,000 NP, and can earn 5,000 NP each day, you will have sufficient funds to produce a self-supporting portfolio. Before starting to buy stocks, remember, this is a long-term goal. For the example I am trying to provide, I will choose 45,000 shares or 600,000 NP. (45,000 shares x 15 NP/share=600,000 NP)

Phase 1 - build your portfolio.

  • To start, for 45 days straight, or every day you possibly can, buy 1000 shares of stock.
  • Each day, try to diversify, and only buy at 15-17 NP/share stocks. Remember buy 1,000 shares every day. Eventually you will end up buying repeats of stocks, but as much as possible diversify (diversify, is to buy stock, in as many different companies as you can, within the buying price range).
  • For now diversify, later you may decide to change your buying strategy. These 45,000 shares you purchase will be spread across approximately 26 companies out of 43.

Phase 2 - make it self-supporting

  • After the first 45 days, the size of your portfolio will be 45,000 shares (45 days x 1,000/day=45,000 shares).
  • At the end of the 45 days, you will be out of NP, and need more NP to continue buying more stocks. Here is where the 15/30 begins.
  • From this point on you will sell 15,000 shares and buy 30,000 shares, during the next 30 days.
  • In 30 more days your portfolio will grow to be 60,000 shares. (45,000-15,000 sold)†(30,000 bought)=60,000 shares in your portfolio). The portfolio profits have bought these extra 15,000 shares. It is now self-supporting.

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting The selling of shares from your portfolio, to have NP to continue buying more shares, is quite simple. Only sell 1,000 shares as necessary. If a price really jumps, and you want to, maybe sell 2,000, but no more. Every 2nd day, you sell 1,000 shares. Choose your highest profit stock, and sell 1,000 shares of it. Most likely you will have 1 stock, which is at 30 or greater. You should, you have 25† companies to choose selling from, and the HIGHEST likelihood is for a stock to cycle between 6-30NP. Therefore, 1 will be at 30 or above, and by selling 1,000 shares of it, you now have NP to buy for today and tomorrow. Follow this routine for 3 – 6 more months. The 6-month period will allow for your portfolio to grow from 45,000 shares to a 135,000 shares. The last 90,000 shares bought by your portfolio profits.

In only 6 months you will have amassed a portfolio of great wealth. The 135,000 shares in your portfolio will have a value of approximately 2,000,000 NP. Yes, 2 million plus!! The initial investment of 600,000 NP has grown to a small fortune.

At this point, you should never have trouble buying your stocks again. The selling and especially buying strategies will change now. You are more experienced, have seen the highs and lows of the market. You have set your own goals, and want to try your own ideas. Now is the time to do it. The 15/30 has given you a foundation to continue to grow from.

This is by no means the end of the challenge in the stock market game. Next, and the reason you started the 15/30 process; the 1,000,000 NP a Month Portfolio. But I'll save that for another day….


In case you wonder what my qualifications are for knowing anything about stocks, I have one of the largest portfolios amassed on Neoputz. I know of none that are larger. I have over 750,000 SHARES of stock, and my portfolio has started to produce 1.5 million NP or more profit every month. I do this while maintaining a constant portfolio size of 750,000 plus shares.

Million a Month Portfolio - advanced players

So you want to earn 1 million NP per month from your stocks? We all do!!

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting Actually, quite a few players already do earn this much. However, don't believe all the BULL you hear people bragging about, because 1 million NP every month isn't all that easy. Another thing to consider is it may work out to be an average income of 1 million NP per month. Few players will ever earn 1 million NP, EACH and EVERY month. I will try to provide an example that will provide an 'average' of 1 million NP per month.


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting On a side note. If you are reading this guide in hopes of finding a quick way to 1 million NP per month, then go away, you are wasting your time. This is written for the players that are very serious about playing the stock market game.


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting If you are still reading, then I assume you are serious about playing this game. I will also assume, that you have completed the 15/30 and are now working with a self-supporting portfolio. That also means, you have between 135,000 and 150,000 shares of stocks. They are most likely spread across 30-35 companies. To average 1 million NP a month, you need more shares. You need a larger portfolio. Sorry, but that is the way it is. You will probably need another 100,000 to 150,000 shares. Don't be so shocked. Big rewards take big portfolios. It is only another 3-6 months to build your portfolio another 100,000 to 150,000 shares. During this growth period, it might be a good time to raise your sell price to 45-50. This will slow your sales, and provide enough income to still buy your daily shares. However you decide to do it, you need to grow your portfolio to 250,000 shares minimum.


Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting Now that you have made it to over 250,000 shares in your portfolio, it is time to look at selling stocks to make these 1 million NP per month. (average) This is really just a mathematical problem. Assuming you have 30,000 shares to sell each month, which should be probable, because of the quantities and diversity of your portfolio. The price needed to average when selling is,
1,000,000 NP divided by 30,000 shares sold, or 1,000,000/30,000=33.333 per share (profit). For simplicity, I will use 35 NP per share. Also remember, this is PURE profit, so we have to add the cost of the stocks, because we will continue to buy 30,000 shares every month, and we want the profits from our stocks to keep buying our stocks. (remember.. self supporting portfolio ). Assuming the cost of our stocks are 500,000 NP per month, that is approximately 15 per share, which added to the 35, means we need to sell for 50 NP per share on average to earn 1,000,000 NP per month. Did you get that? Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting It might seem a bit confusing, so I will try to describe it another way.

Each month we spend 500,000 NP buying stocks, and we want our sales of stocks to buy those shares, PLUS earn 1,000,000 NP per month. (average) That means our total sales per month need to be 1,500,000 NP. (This 1.5 mil needs to be earned from the sales of 30,000 shares. That makes for an easy equation. 1,500,000/30,000=50 NP. That is the AVERAGE price we need to sell our 30,000 shares for.
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I will assume you have approximately 6,000 to 10,000 shares in each of the companies you own stock in. I would suggest trying this approach to selling. If you have quantities in a company greater than 3,000 shares, sell these at a price of 45 NP per share. If you have 3,000 shares or less of a company, wait for a price of 55 before selling. This approach will provide an average of 50 NP per share. It also means, your sell price of each stock is now dependent on the quantity you have, combined with the price the stock is at. If by chance you had 8,000 shares of a company when the price first reaches 45, I would suggest selling 4,000 and saving 4,000 for 55. Hopefully you get the idea. Sell 50% at 45 and 50% at 55. If you are bold and daring, you can wait for even higher prices. This gamble can make the game more interesting and more profitable. It can also force you to wait and be even more patient. The unfortunate side, is, you ARE going to miss some sales sometimes. Some prices will drop, and leave you left holding your shares. Get use to it. When you start pushing the limits, these things will happen. Don't worry, the next time a stock goes on a run, you will just have that many more shares to work with.
Here are some examples of what I meant by the above selling strategy. This is sometimes referred to as a staggered' selling strategy. (my personal favorite)

Total shares in Tpeg=6,000

  • Sell 3,000 shares at 45.
  • Sell 3,000 shares at 55.

Total shares in Company vPTs=8,000 shares

  • Sell 4,000 shares at 45.
  • Sell 4,000 shares at 55.

Total shares in tnPT=7,000 shares

  • Sell 4,000 shares at 45.
  • Sell 3,000 shares at 55.

Total shares in EEEEE=10,000

  • Sell 4,000 shares at 45
  • Sell 4,000 shares at 55
  • Sell 2,000 shares at 65

The unpredictable part is: will you be able to sell 30,000 shares each month? Probably not. Some months might be 20,000 and others 40,000. In the end, it should 'average' out to about 30,000 per month. The end results will depend on luck and on patience. If nothing else, follow this selling pattern, and if you don't make the 1 mil a month, you will at least increase the size of your portfolio. As it grows, eventually it will reach a 'balance' where the 1,000,000 million NP becomes a reality. I don't want to scare anyone away from trying this, but it may even take a portfolio size of approximately 300,000 shares to reach this goal. Don't be afraid to keep playing and growing your portfolio. The bigger the portfolio, the MORE potential for greater profits.

Remember, you spent 6-9 months achieving a self-supporting portfolio. Don't be afraid to wait another 3-6 months to see this 1,000,000 NP goal achieved. This is a game of patience, nothing happens overnight. Hopefully, in a short time, you will repeatedly make your 1,000,000 NP per month. Now that you have done this, you have probably reached the most efficient way of playing the game. Once you are achieving 1 mil a month, you may consider raising your 2 sell points to 55 and 65. The most profitable price seems to be somewhere between 58 and 64. It will cause your portfolio to grow slightly, but that will increase your profits per month also. The last goal will be to go for the 2 million NP per month. This is an extreme task, and as best I know, only being done by one or two people. Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting


As before, that is another strategy that I shall save for another day.


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