Not my cup of tea but I often read it for free...
...at the public library.
I have requested the giant volumes behind the desk more than a few times. The info is thoughtful and thorough, it is just impractical to a degree, in my humble opinion.
The price is kinda steep for this kind of data.
Remember the Beardstown ladies?
They used Value Line almost exclusively, and claimed to do well, until it came out that their later returns did not match their earlier ones.
I think the guides provide a good concise fundie analysis of the firms and their projected earnings, but that is hard to do accurately over time and consistently. One is better to adopt the IBD model of momentum position plays and limit the fundies to their stock health analysis, and in using their online content version subscriptions, than using VL.
Best *practical* thing about VL is their updated timeliness and safety ratings, arguably.
The trouble with financial services is everyone professes to be an expert and everyone professes to have simple solutions for making us all rich and able to quit our day jobs, see:
But if it was that easy it would have already happened!
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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