I’m pleased to announce that the UHD Library now has the Value Line Investment Survey available online!
I have spent many years as a public librarian. At every library I’ve ever worked at the Value Line Investment Survey was one of our most popular resources. These public libraries did not have access to the online Value Line database, but instead received the paper reports which we put in a large binder for the patrons to look at inside the library only. For a few years, I wondered, why is Value Line so popular? Why would people come to the library just to look at the Value Line? I knew the most current share price of a security would not be represented in the Value Line report. Why not just look at whatever security you are interested in on the internet from home?
When I started getting into investing, I decided to actually look at the Value Line and see what all the fuss was about. What I discovered was that the Value Line offered things that were very difficult to find anywhere else. The summary of each security in a Value Line report is a concise breakdown of the most important factors influencing the company’s share price going forward. The summaries are so on point that they feel like insider information. Value Line reports also predict a target range of share price appreciation or depreciation for the coming years. Value Line rates each equity by timeliness, safety and technical strength. It also grades a company’s financial strength, its price growth persistence and its earnings predictability. Value Line’s future focused approach is why I strongly recommend you try out this database.