Over the past nine months, we've watched the S&P 500 march higher by 60%. Speculative stocks like AIG (NYSE:AIG) and Fannie Mae (NYSE:FNM) are up 330% and 150%, respectively, while even big-cap stalwarts Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) are up 90%.

It's enough to seriously ask: Are there any values left in this market?

To answer your questions about value investing, today we're offering you the opportunity to chat live with Fool value investing experts Philip Durell and Joe Magyer. From 12 noon to 3 p.m. ET today, Philip and Joe will answer your questions about the stock market -- in real time. (Leave your questions in the comments section below.)

Philip (TMFAdmiral) is founding advisor and Joe (TMFJoeInvestor) a senior analyst of Motley Fool Inside Value. Since its inception in 2004, the service has outperformed the S&P 500 by six percentage points on the backs of some classic value plays (Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO)) and some nontraditional values (MasterCard (NYSE:MA)).

You'll have the virtual podium to ask Philip and Joe about stocks, the market, what they see for 2010, their process for valuation analysis ... and any other questions you have about stocks.

A few ground rules to guide the discussion:

  • Philip and Joe are not permitted to provide personalized investment advice.
  • The Fool editorial staff will moderate the discussion to make sure it stays on track.
  • Philip and Joe may own stocks that are being discussed during the live chat. To see the stocks they own, view Philip's and Joe's profile pages.

Post your questions by leaving a comment below. Philip (TMFAdmiral) and Joe (TMFJoeInvestor) will be responding in the comments section from 12 noon to 3 p.m. ET today, so tune in to Fool.com!

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Microsoft and Coca-Cola are Inside Value recommendations. Coca-Cola is an Income Investor selection. Google is a Rule Breakers pick. The Fool has a disclosure policy.