New Database: Value Line Research Center Online

The Seattle Public Library is now offering the Value Line Research Center Online!  It is available on all library computers and remotely through our website. 

The database features the online version of the popular Value Line Investment Survey that analyzes approximately 1,700 stocks in 98 industries, the stock market, and the economy. 

In addition, our subscription includes access to the 1,800 stocks in the Small and Mid-Cap Edition and provides access to additional data: 4,500 database companies, the Mutual Fund Survey,  Daily Options, Special Situations, and Convertibles.  Value Line also provides “How to Invest” guides in the Education section including a popular guide for new investors, “How to Invest in Common Stocks.”  Investors love the stock screening tools with preset and customized screens that help meet investing goals.  Online access includes tutorials that help navigate the site. 

To access Value Line Research Center, go to the library’s website and click on Databases & Websites.  Under Categories click on Business, Finance & Fundraising and scroll down to Value Line.  If you are outside the library or using a laptop, you will be asked to enter your library card number and pin number when you click on the link to Value Line.   

We hope you take advantage of Value Line Research Center Online!

2 thoughts on “New Database: Value Line Research Center Online”

  1. I love your video tutorials. Would you consider doing an introductory video for Value Line? I know this is a wonderful resource and I’d love to understand better how to use it.

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