We have returned from finals, Thanksgiving, and a much needed break. During our time away, we have reviewed a few of our features and have decided to make a few changes. Here is a summary of some of the changes:
1. In order to provide more quality company reviews to our readers, we have chosen to move away from the Undervalued/Overvalued Company of the Week format. Instead, we will each be reviewing a couple of companies and reaching a conclusion. We found that the time it was taking to search for an undervalued company (a task that has become more and more difficult each week due to the market’s recent upswing) would be better used by providing a second article during the week.
2. We have reviewed our valuation techniques and have tweaked them. While we believe the approach we used previously was accurate, the changes we have made will make our new valuations even better. We do not follow the “If it’s not broken, why fix it” technique to life, but instead attempt to improve things as often as possible.
3. We will be tweaking our ValueInvesting Weekly article for Thursdays to include more in depth market analysis. Look for changes in the upcoming issues.
4. We are in the process of looking for guest writers and contributors. If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Please feel free to let us know what you think of these changes via email or comments on this post.
Overall, we hope you enjoy the new features of the site. We appreciate your patience over the last few weeks as we focused solely on our schoolwork. Jon and I are both proud to announce that we achieved a high level of success in our Finance Honors coursework this quarter.