Value Line, Inc., (NASDAQ:
), the respected source of the highest quality investment research since 1931, unveiled its brand new website for investment professionals, libraries and corporate users:
ValueLinePro.com is the new internet destination for every investment banker, broker, adviser, portfolio manager, corporate professional and professional librarian who seeks to learn how Value Line’s respected, unique proprietary research tools can help them research stocks, mutual funds, options, convertible securities and ETFs and do their jobs more profitably. The site thoroughly describes each of Value Line’s customized products available only to institutions and investment professionals, and provides the right follow-through information so professionals can get more information from Value Line’s national institutional research team and obtain the services that are right for them.
Value Line, Inc. announced also on March 5, 2012 that investment research veteran Jason I. Wiseberg, 42, was appointed to the newly created position of Vice President – Value Line Institutional Services. Value Line’s CEO, Howard Brecher said, “Mr. Wiseberg will represent the enhanced commitment Value Line is making to its well established presence in the brokerage, portfolio management, index products, academic, and municipal library markets, on behalf of a research and customer service team unrivaled for experience, independence, and commitment to meeting customer requirements.”
Value Line, Inc. is a leading New York based provider of investment research.
The Value Line Investment Survey
is one of the most widely used sources of independent equities investment research. Value Line also publishes a range of proprietary investment research in both print and digital formats including our original research in the areas of Mutual Funds, Options, Convertible securities and ETFs. Value Line’s acclaimed research also enables the Company to provide specialized products such as
Value Line Select, Value Line Special Situations,
Value Line Dividend Select,
, distributed under copyright agreements for fees, including certain proprietary ranking system information and other proprietary information used in third party products. Investment Management services are provided through its substantial non-controlling and non-voting interests in EULAV Asset Management, the investment adviser to The Value Line Family of Mutual Funds. Value Line’s products are available to individual investors at
or through 1-800-VALUELINE, while our institutional-level services for professional investors, advisers, corporate, academic, municipal and legal libraries are offered at
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