Value Line ranking

Value Line Ranking

The performance for a stock as measured in The Value Line Investment Survey. The ranking is on a scale from 1 to 5, with 1 being the best possible score.

Value Line ranking

The relative ranking of the short-term price performance for a particular stock that appears in the Value Line Investment Survey. Value Line rankings range from 1 to 5, with 1 indicating the greatest potential for short-term gains. The service also ranks stocks for safety.
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The components of The Value Line Ranking System for Timeliness include factors such as the 10-year trend of relative earnings and prices, recent earnings and price changes, and earnings surprises.
Yes, Virginia, There Is Hope: Tests of the Value Line Ranking System.
The higher the Value Line ranking for price stability, the more likely they would recommend it as a safe investment.
Accordingly, the Value Line ranking system is used here for the purpose of measuring safety of investment.
Thus, according to Table 2, the greater the following variables: the price earnings growth ratio, the Value Line rankings for safety, timeliness, and the level of operating leverage (risk), the more likely the firm would achieve a high level of stock price stability.
The Company's primary business is producing investment periodicals and related publications in both print and digital format and making available copyright data, including the proprietary Value Line Ranking System.