Mission: Providing a framework to improve your investing PROCESS, while providing newsworthy information about trends in the investing world.
Since its inception in 2010, ValueWalk.com has grown to become a global leader in breaking financial industry news- with a focus on value investing, hedge funds, large asset managers, and value investing. We have provided beneficial information for the purpose of value investing for value investors. The site contains archives of famous investors, and many investor resource pages.
Many academics claim investing is a “random walk”. We believe this to be only partially true. It is our core belief that value investing can outperform the market, hence the name “ValueWalk”.
ValueWalk.com is well known throughout the value investing community to be a key source for both current and continuously relevant content. It is read on a daily basis by senior level executives at the largest banks, hedge funds, asset managers and Fortune 500 companies.
ValueWalk and Breaking News
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The site has gained in popularity around the investment world due to its breaking stories regarding hedge funds, and investigative reports on investments by major funds- stories regarding performance, personnel changes, and any significant events for large/famous hedge funds.
ValueWalk is considered an authoritative financial news source especially in the asset management industry, and is frequently cited as a source in industry research.
The site has also broken major economic and business news. Some examples include the fact that Jacob Lew would be the next Treasury Secretary (September 2012); news that Mary Schapiro would resign as SEC chairwoman (October 2012); and the fact that DISH Network was actively looking for a large acquisition (July 2012).
Stocks/markets move based on our coverage; another example, another example, another example, second time last one, and one last one. These are just a few cases where ValueWalk moved the markets.
ValueWalk.com- The Facts
- The Site:
- and an Alexa 15k.
- has Google Pr of 5,
- over 1M unique visitors,
- receives 2.5M views a month,
- The audience:
- 44% of our audience earns over $100k/year,
- 22% earn over $150K/year.
- 30% have graduate degrees.
- We get analyst traffic from all the big banks, hedge funds (including CEOs at multi billion dollar hedge funds), PE firms, VC firms, corporations, HWNIs etc.
- The site has tens of thousands of subscribers via the newsletter, twitter, Facebook and other media outlets.
Who We Are
Former VP of business Development of SumZero, LLC, the world’s largest community of buy side analysts. Jacob’s prior experience in a value focused micro cap firm. His past experience also includes working at a value-based research firm, which focused on smid cap research,. Jacob has been quoted on several occasions by many major publications including; The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Market Watch, Forbes, CNBC, Yahoo Finance, Business Insider, The Times of India, etc.
Email: [email protected]
Follow on Twitter at jacobwolinsky
Sheeraz Raza, Chief Operations Officer, ValueWalk.com
Primary duty is curating and editing of ValueWalk. He is main reason behind the rapid growth of the business. Sheeraz previously ran a taxation firm. He is an expert in technology-has over 6.5 years of design, development and roll-out experience for SEO and SEM. Sheeraz’s professional experience includes working for many popular local and international news portals.
Sheeraz can be reached at:
Email: [email protected]
Follow on Twitter at SheerazRaza, Contact at Facebook, Profile URL
Michelle Jones was a television news producer for eight years. She produced the morning news programs for the NBC affiliates in Evansville, Indiana and Huntsville, Alabama and spent a short time at the CBS affiliate in Huntsville. She has experience as a writer and public relations expert for a wide variety of businesses.
Follow on Twitter at MJones
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ValueWalk produces its own content and syndicates it through select partners, including Bloomberg TV, Royce Funds, Zacks, Franklin Templeton, WisdomTree, Financial Post, Advisor Perspectives, UPI, ProPublica, Mauldin Economics, CFA Institute, Newsweek, etc. ValueWalk also syndicates content from some of the top value investing blogs including, Base Hit Investing, Old School Value, CSInvesting, Fast Graphs, GreenBackd among many others.
ValueWalk’s Facebook page is officially verified; what that means can be found here – the account is also verified on Stocktwits.
considered one of the top 50 investing blogs by The Daily Reckoning.
included in Bloomberg’s Terminal VIP Twitter list.
named a “Must-Follow” for fundamental investors by Stocktwits,
listed as one of “The 22 best chart-heavy Twitter feeds you should follow—right this instant” by Quartz.
Regarding Bloomberg Terminal VIP list, NYMag states:
‘Being on Bloomberg’s VIP list isn’t just a meaningless status symbol. (Although it is that, too.) It’s tantamount to being able to broadcast your thoughts into every firm on Wall Street, and each person on the list gets more than 300,000 silent followers, who may or may not be trading millions of dollars based on their 140-character musings.’