Value Expectations

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Value Expectations
Type Daily
Format Weblog
Owner(s) The Applied Finance Group
Founded September 2008
Official website Value Expectations

Value Expectations (VE) is a stock blog and investment newsletter. Value Expectations was created by Dan Obrycki and Rafael Resendes, the founders of The Applied Finance Group and Toreador Research and Trading. [1][2] Value Expectations is an interface for investors and is meant to serve as an outlet covering topics on corporate performance and equity valuation.

Founders[edit]

Rafael Resendes

Main article: Rafael Resendes

Prior to co-founding AFG, Resendes was a member of the Chicago Board of Trade and served as director of research for HOLT Value Associates. Rafael graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of California, Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economic Analysis and obtained an MBA from the University of Chicago.[3][4]

Dan Obrycki

Main article: Dan Obrycki

Prior to co-founding AFG, Obrycki was the Manager of Research for a portfolio consulting firm, HOLT Value Associates. Daniel graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Missouri-Rolla with a BS in Geological Engineering and obtained his MBA with a Finance Specialization from the University of Chicago.[5]

History[edit]

Value Expectations was launched in November 2008 by The Applied Finance Group to serve as a Weblog that provides research to investors. Value Expectations has been a featured on USNews.com, TheStreet.com, and as frequent contributors on RealClearMarkets.com and Seeking Alpha. [2] [6][7][8]

Value Expectations' blogs cover topics such as corporate performance and equity valuation.[9]

In July, 2009 Value Expectations began providing research globally, researching companies outside the U.S. for the first time.

In August, 2009 Value Expectations established the Market Forecast Project, a survey of professional investors concerning current economic issues.

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