I like to know anyone uses Value Line . Recent upgrade messed up lot of things. I used the Value Line library edition. I was able to access previous week's Selection & Opinion , past survey reports. After upgrade, I am not able to access past reports. Any thoughts?
Historically, the stocks of electric, gas, and water companies (“utilities”) are noted for their dividends. Recent Value Line ® reports indicate electric utilities now average a yield of 3.6%, a P/E ( price-to-earnings ratio) of 17, and
out of balance in favor of one side or the other? Or is it more of a sort of standard fee for certain services and so on? Value Line - as an example- usually has a one page overview of each industry.Does Morningstar have a similar research product? thanks
Have any of you used the Value Line subscription for picking possible stock investments? If so please share your experiences using it and how have your investing results been since you started using it.
value/revenue instead of price/revenue). It’s why Value Line now reports the lowest median 3-5 year appreciation potential ..... rather firm answer to that question.<PAGEBREAK> Meanwhile, Value Line ’s “Median 3-5 Year Appreciation Potential” for the
I need access to the historical " Value Line 3-5 Year Projected Returns" database. Anyone know where this is available? This week the reading for that series is 30, a new low for quite some time. thanks
Why don't the analysts at M* publish their estimated 3-5yr EPS growth rate? Other independant reasearch firms such as Value Line , Argus, and S&P publish theirs. I find these estimates to be very helpful for my own valuation purposes and premium subscibers
large capitalization, blue chip North American stocks. No investment advisor; no financial planner; ziltch!!! I consult Value Line for free at the library. I also get information from a few reliable media sources. Took early retirement in 2000. Even
Hello. I was wondering if anyone have tried Value Line Select. This subscription recommends one stock a month; their best idea. They also provide updates of previous recommendations including sells. Thanks, Open
rest is from oil, nickel, copper and even some diamonds. The yield is around 3.5%. It's payout ratio is 50% and Value Line gives the company an A for Financial Strength. Morningstar gives it four stars. The stock is clearly cyclical ( which Josh