Frequently Asked Questions
What do you provide?
The Super Investor offers 2 memberships for Australian share market investors. These are The Top 10 Membership and Premium Membership.
Do you focus on big or small companies?
The Top 10 Membership covers large companies only. Premium Membership covers both large and small companies.
What is the main difference between the 2 Memberships you offer?
The Top 10 Membership tells you exactly what to do, and it takes just 10 minutes per month on average to make the changes we recommend. There are no decisions to make. Membership tells you what to buy, when, and how much to invest. Members also know exactly when to sell.
In contrast Premium Membership provides Paul Nojin’s views on values, trends and targets relating to a broad range of stocks, including the leading growth stocks, the banks, miners and the index. Premium Membership is for those who like to make their own decisions and take a deeper interest in the market.
What are the key benefits of the 2 Memberships?
The main benefits of membership include that we tell you exactly what to buy, when to buy, and then when to sell. We also advise how much to invest in each company, which means you don’t need to make any decisions at all, which means your experience is easy and stress free. You will have a strategy with a track record of impressive risk adjusted returns and it will take just 10 per minutes per month to follow.
Does it take much time?
The Top 10 Membership takes just 10 minutes of your time each month. The videos provided for the Premium Members run for an estimated 12 minutes per week on average.
Do I need to commit to a minimum time period?
No, the subscription is a monthly charge and you can cancel at any time.
How long have you been operating?
The Super Investor [Aust] Pty Ltd that owns and operates this website was established in January 2000 to launch Australia’s first online newsletter [Markemad.com]. The Super Investor website was launched in 2009 to serve the needs of investors specifically, with an approach that provides better results with less stress
Who is behind The Super Investor?
Paul Nojin is a former Bankers Trust futures trader who started Australia’s first online newsletter in January 2000 [i.e. Marketmad.com].
What is your philosophy?
The Super Investor uses an approach to selecting stocks that is based on a proven combination of value and trend, with additional important filters applied that relate to metrics such as debt and allocation. Our approach is designed to deliver the best possible risk-adjusted outcomes over the long term.
Which of your 2 memberships do your past results relate to?
The past results are for The Top 10.
Why are the past results extraordinary?
Because the returns are much higher than the index, but the risk [volatility] was only marginally higher. In other words, the risk-adjusted returns have been exceptional.