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About the Best Ideas Newsletter 

As part of your subscription to Valuentum, you will receive in your inbox on the 15th of each month our monthly Best Ideas Newsletter (in pdf format), which reveals our best ideas for capital appreciation potential constructed in a portfolio. This portfolio of best ideas may contain long positions as well as put and call options.

In the Best Ideas Newsletter, we write commentary associated with the companies in the portfolio and on stocks in the news, and notify you immediately via email if our thoughts or opinions have changed on any company or position. We send you notification emails, so you don't miss a beat.

Consistent with our investment methodology, the Valuentum Buying Index, the best ideas in the Best Ideas Newsletter may span investing disciplines, market capitalizations and asset classes. The newsletter puts the VBI methodology into practice. Read more about the Valuentum Buying Index rating system, "Value and Momentum Within Stocks, Too." 

Very few newsletters combine the discounted cash-flow process with technical/momentum indicators, while embracing transparency. Past results are not a guarantee of future performance. Click here to become a member and receive the next edition of the monthly Best Ideas Newsletter in your inbox and gain access to all premium commentary on our site.

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Past results are not a guarantee of future performance. The High Yield Dividend Newsletter portfolio, Best Ideas Newsletter portfolio, ESG Newsletter portfolio, and Dividend Growth Newsletter portfolio are not real money portfolios. Results, including those in the Valuentum Exclusive publication, are hypothetical and do not represent actual trading. Valuentum is an investment research publishing company.


About Our Name

But how, you will ask, does one decide what [stocks are] "attractive"? Most analysts feel they must choose between two approaches customarily thought to be in opposition: "value" and "growth,"...We view that as fuzzy thinking...Growth is always a component of value [and] the very term "value investing" is redundant.

                         -- Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway annual report, 1992

At Valuentum, we take Buffett's thoughts one step further. We think the best opportunities arise from an understanding of a variety of investing disciplines in order to identify the most attractive stocks at any given time. Valuentum therefore analyzes each stock across a wide spectrum of philosophies, from deep value through momentum investing. And a combination of the two approaches found on each side of the spectrum (value/momentum) in a name couldn't be more representative of what our analysts do here; hence, we're called Valuentum.


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The High Yield Dividend Newsletter, Best Ideas Newsletter, ESG Newsletter, Dividend Growth Newsletter, Valuentum Exclusive publication, and any reports and content found on this website are for information purposes only and should not be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security. Valuentum is not responsible for any errors or omissions or for results obtained from the use of its newsletters, reports, commentary, or publications and accepts no liability for how readers may choose to utilize the content. Valuentum is not a money manager, is not a registered investment advisor, and does not offer brokerage or investment banking services. The sources of the data used on this website and reports are believed by Valuentum to be reliable, but the data’s accuracy, completeness or interpretation cannot be guaranteed. Valuentum, its employees, independent contractors and affiliates may have long, short or derivative positions in the securities mentioned on this website.