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Value Line, Inc.

A corporation that provides research and advisory services to clients. Its wholly-owned subsidiary, Value Line Publishing, sells both print and online editions of more than a dozen advisory letters. Some are broad and discuss macroeconomic trends, while others offer specific advice, providing in-depth coverage of one or two stocks. Value Line also operates the Value Line Index, an equal-weighted index of more than 1,700 stocks traded in the United States. It provides services as a registered investment advisor.
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Value Line, Inc.

A New York-based financial information company best known for its Value Line Investment Survey, a weekly analysis of approximately 1,300 stocks. Academic research suggests the Value Line rating system for stocks included in the Investment Survey can be used to earn risk-adjusted returns that beat the market. Value Line also operates mutual funds, calculates and distributes a comprehensive stock index, and publishes the Value Line Convertible Survey and the Value Line Mutual Fund Survey.
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Value Line, Inc..

Value Line is an investment research company that provides detailed analysis on a range of stocks, mutual funds, and convertible investments.

Their publications include The Value Line Investment Survey and The Value Line Mutual Fund Survey, which contain regularly updated rankings of specific investments that the company covers.

The company uses a dual ranking system in its evaluations. For example, Value Line ranks stocks for their safety and timeliness, and mutual funds both for their overall performance and for their risk-adjusted performance.

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