Value Line Investment Survey

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4 Comments on "Value Line Investment Survey"

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hblytt
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Value Line is quite expensive. Very valuable, important to my investing education, but above my pay grade. HOWEVER I am able to access it at no charge through my public library. Sweet! Hope I will see reviews from other Gumshoe fans who are also able to get VL free.

Mike V
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It is not free, but it provides volumes of real data and commentary. Well wotth the price for me

gdoggcrunch
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People say this is expensive but you get what you pay for. I recently upgraded to the “Pro” version which gives a larger population of stocks. Great for screens on industries to nail down appropriate stocks to capitalize on sector rotation. All valuation metrics are at your fingertips. I wish it has EV to Sales and EV to EBIDTA, but I can work around that with the Cash flow metrics they have

Harold
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Gdogg,
One nice thing about Value Line, they give FFO (cash flow) in their financials. Important for REITs & MLPs. Not every service is that sophisticated. Maybe some day they will include debt/EBITDA. Something not generally provided which is valuable for considering an investment.

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