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John Valentine

John Valentine - Founder, VCAM

As a respected member of the investment community,
John Valentine, often writes articles for various publications.

Dick Davis Digest Where is the Real Estate Market Headed
Valentine Capital Asset Management Newsletter Potential Banking Crisis
Barron's Laissez Bear
East Bay Business Times Short-Sellers Hammer Retiree Investors
Dick Davis Digest Demystifying Decoupling & Ockham's Razor
Silicon Valley Business Ink Cash-Flow Investing Goes Mainstream
East Bay Business Times Know the Ins and Outs of the Schedule C Deductions Game
Bank Investment Marketing Sorting Apples From Oranges: What Kind of Investor is Your Client?
Physician's Money Digest What Happened to Cash Flow Investing?
New York Post Five Questions for John Valentine
San Diego Business Journal Asset Management for New Economy Millionaires
Financial Advisor Pro Portfolio Managers Sit in Silicon Valley Parking Lots
*The content of the articles contained on this page is believed to be accurate as of the original publishing date, but at this time may no longer be accurate. The articles are provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered investment advice. Please consult a financial advisor regarding your specific situation prior to implementing an investment plan.
Please consult the appropriate tax or legal professional regarding your specific situation. Investing involves risks. Stock and bond values fluctuate in price so that value of an investment can go down depending on market conditions. Stock prices may fluctuate due to stock market volatility and market cycles, as well as circumstances specific to a company. The two main risks related to fixed income investing are interest rate risk and credit risk. Typically, when interest rates rise, there is a corresponding decline in the market value of bonds. Credit risk refers to the possibility that the issuer of the bond will not be able to make principal and interest payments.




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