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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.Yahoo Finance - Cite This Source - This Definition
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