Helping You Build Wealth With Honest Research
Since 1996. Try Now


Login Failure
(Please do not use this option on a public machine)
  Sign Up | Forgot Password?  

Investment in securities market are subject to market risks. Read all the related documents carefully before investing

Claim this guide to see
how we identify high potential
smallcap opportunities for you

**Important: We hate spam as much as you do. Check out our Privacy Policy and Terms Of Use.
**By submitting your email address, you also sign up for Profit Hunter, a daily newsletter from Equitymaster
covering exciting investing ideas and opportunities in India.


About Alok Jain

About Alok Jain

Alok Jain is a SEBI registered investment advisor. He is the founder of ‘'

Jain is an IIT Delhi graduate. He completed his master's from the University of Maryland, USA.

He has over two decades of experience in rule-based investing systems and technical trading.

He has over two decades experience in the markets. He took his big jump into the market in 2016. He did that by announcing and executing his strategy on Twitter. His return was 54% in one year.

He then started a public blog and research service under the banner Weekend Investing. It’s a model portfolio research service. It’s exclusively based on momentum investing strategies.

He is a keen observer of psychological and behavioral aspects of investing. He has studied how they come in to play in investing. He is known for quantifying and incorporating them in his strategies.

Jain is also well known for his views on asset allocation, in particular, the role gold and real estate.

With a strong background in technical trading and a remarkable journey from broker to entrepreneur, he has become an investment guru to many Indians.

To dig deeper into his approach to trading, check out, Equitymaster’s investor hour with Alok Jain.

Here’s more on Alok Jain...

Alok Jain on Asset Allocation, his Unique Approach to Trading and Importance of Values

Jul 18, 2022

Alok Jain's journey is fascinating. His education spanned from a government school to a top US university.