The Nelson Exclusive
publication date: Dec 26, 2016
author/source: Valuentum Analysts
From President of Investment Research Brian Nelson every month, receive three stock selections for consideration (one for income, one for capital appreciation, and a "short" idea), fully-laid out in thesis form.
Offer is limited to the first 1,000 Valuentum members. Reserve your spot today.
“The stock market is a no-called-strike game. You don’t have to swing at everything—you can wait for your pitch. The problem when you’re a money manager is that your fans keep yelling, “Swing, you bum!” -- Warren Buffett
We can’t be more pleased with the reception we have received from the investment community the past 5+ years, and we continue to create products to meet various needs and requests. We’re very lucky to be in high demand.
What we have rolled out may be one of our best features yet, and it’s purely incremental, an add-on to your existing subscription (or a la carte), if you want it. We understand some members may not want to replicate the newsletter portfolios to capitalize on their respective overall returns (which have been great!), and we know that the Valuentum Buying Index may not be their cup of tea either.
Warren Buffett is famous for saying, “The stock market is a no-called-strike game. You don’t have to swing at everything—you can wait for your pitch. The problem when you’re a money manager is that your fans keep yelling, “Swing, you bum!” We’re never going to jeopardize our laser-focus on achieving the newsletter goals by adding idea after idea (just for the sake of doing so), but we know members still want new ideas – and they want the very best ones at that! But we can't force ideas into a portfolio just for the sake of doing so.
So we're going to do one better. Having managed the Best Ideas Newsletter portfolio and Dividend Growth Newsletter portfolio to continued strong returns during the past 5+ years, President of Investment Research Brian Nelson will now be highlighting in a brand new publication The Nelson Exclusive three new ideas each month to consider, one for income, one for capital appreciation, and a "short" idea (all three will be outside our existing coverage universe). Brian will still be managing the newsletter portfolios, too. Fresh, underfollowed and new ideas -- outside our coverage universe -- every month! Nothing will be held back.
$1,000/year. No refunds offered. Product will close after the first 1,000 members, so reserve your spot today:
Brian is available for any questions about this product and its features at email@example.com. Thank you for your continued interest!
About Your Editor
Brian Nelson, CFA
Brian Nelson is the president of equity research and ETF analysis at Valuentum Securities.
He is the architect behind the company’s research methodology and processes, developing the Valuentum Buying Index rating system, the Economic Castle rating, and the Dividend Cushion ratio. Mr. Nelson has acted as editor-in-chief of the firm’s Best Ideas Newsletter and Dividend Growth Newsletter since their inception.
Before founding Valuentum in early 2011, Brian worked as a director at Morningstar, where he was responsible for training and methodology development within the firm's equity and credit research department. Prior to that position, he served as a senior industrials securities analyst covering aerospace, airlines, construction, and environmental services companies.
Before joining Morningstar in February 2006, Mr. Nelson worked for a small capitalization fund covering a variety of sectors for an aggressive growth investment management firm in Chicago. He holds a Bachelor's degree in finance and a minor in mathematics, magna cum laude, from Benedictine University. Mr. Nelson has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and also holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Brian is frequently quoted in the media and has been a frequent guest on Nightly Business Report, Bloomberg TV, CNBC, and the MoneyShow.
Mr. Nelson is very experienced valuing equities, developing discounted cash-flow models used to derive the fair value estimates for companies in the equity coverage universes of two of the largest independent investment research firms.
Brian worked on a small cap fund and a micro cap fund that were ranked within the top 10th percentile and top 1st percentile within the Small Cap Lipper Growth Universe, respectively, in 2005.
Brian led the charge in developing Morningstar's issuer credit ratings, creating and rolling-out one of the firm's proprietary credit metrics, the Cash Flow Cushion.