Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Value Line Investment Survey

An underused resource at our library is the Value Line Investment Survey. This periodical costs quite a bit of money and we'd like to see more people use it. The Survey is a stock analysis newsletter that is updated weekly. It reviews 1700 stocks and reports on 130 new stocks each week. The summary and index section provides updated financial screens for stock based on 22 factors and gives you further perspective for your investment decisions. The screens include "highest yielding stocks", biggest cash generating companies", "best performing stocks in the past 13 weeks", "lowest P/E stocks", "highest 3-5 year dividends", and "highest-growth-stocks", etc. The Selection & Opinion section gives a brief account of recent financial developments.

Value Line's system is easy to understand and simplifies your investment decisions. To judge the relative merits of individual stocks, you need only to count from 1 to 5. Value Line ranks most widely traded U.S. stocks according to their Timeliness (from "1" to "5") for probable price performance in the next six to 12 months. In addition, Value Line quantifies risk by ranking all stocks for Safety (from "1" to "5"). With Value Line, you can put together an outstanding institutional-grade portfolio that offers superior prospects.

Once you are familiar with Value Line, you should be able to find the information you want in as little as 10-15 minutes each week as it is designed specifically to make access to critical financial data simple. You could get rich just by using this resource and we're giving it to you FREE!

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