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Brian Nelson is the President of Equity Research at Valuentum Securities. Before founding Valuentum in early 2011, Mr. Nelson 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 ...More 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. He is best known in the financial industry as being the "Father of Valuentum Investing."
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Valuentum Securities Valuentum Securities Inc. is an independent investment research provider, offering premium equity reports and dividend reports, as well as commentary across all sectors/companies, a Best Ideas Newsletter (spanning market caps, asset classes), a Dividend Growth Newsletter, business/investing book reviews ...More
pre-public release, modeling tools/products, and more. Independence and integrity remain our core, and we strive to be a champion of the investor. Valuentum is based in the Chicagoland area.
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The Case for the Valuentum Style of Investing The benefits of value and momentum strategies on an individual basis have been well-documented in financial literature. Academic research has also concluded that a simply-constructed portfolio consisting 50% of a long-short value-oriented portfolio and 50% of a long-short momentum-oriented portfolio produces ...More
a higher Sharpe ratio and lower volatility than either value or momentum alone. We study the reasons behind this phenomenon and strive to answer the question: what are the types of stocks that drive such outperformance? Though the benefits of using a combined value and momentum approach in a portfolio management setting have been widely-accepted, we believe we are the first to identify the abnormal-return benefits of investing in a cohort of individual stocks that have both good value and good momentum qualities while shorting a cohort of individual stocks that have both poor value and poor momentum qualities. We also reveal the inherent link between the diverse backing of combined value and momentum strategies in financial literature and our stock-selection methodology, the Valuentum Buying Index, which identifies undervalued firms with strong momentum qualities.
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