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December 24, 1987
Arnold Bernhard, 86, founder and chief executive officer of Value Line Inc., believed the world's largest investment advisory business. Bernhard's Value Line Investment Survey, which each week ranks 1,700 stocks for present and projected performance, has more than 134,000 subscribers who pay $495 each year for it. Bernhard began his service at the height of the Depression and at his death was listed in "The Forbes Four Hundred," a compilation of America's richest men and women.
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May 1, 2011 | Kathy M. Kristof, Personal Finance
For most investors, a market crash is a minor disaster. For value investors, who seek out shares in undervalued companies, it's hog heaven. "The best time to practice value investing is when there is general panic," says Whitney Tilson, managing partner of Tilson Mutual Funds and organizer of the Value Investing Congress, a conference that will be held in Pasadena on Tuesday and Wednesday. "There was never a better time for value investing than March of 2009," he said. "That's because people were willing to sell me businesses for a fraction of what they were really worth.
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BUSINESS
October 8, 1993 | TOM PETRUNO
The boom in competition among mutual funds has spawned a new competitive battle: This one is among fund evaluators. Value Line Investment Survey, which calls itself the nation's "leading provider" of investment information through its well-known stock reports, said Thursday it is launching a new service that will judge and rank major stock and bond mutual funds.
BUSINESS
October 8, 1993 | TOM PETRUNO
The boom in competition among mutual funds has spawned a new competitive battle: This one is among fund evaluators. Value Line Investment Survey, which calls itself the nation's "leading provider" of investment information through its well-known stock reports, said Thursday it is launching a new service that will judge and rank major stock and bond mutual funds.
BUSINESS
May 1, 2011 | Kathy M. Kristof, Personal Finance
For most investors, a market crash is a minor disaster. For value investors, who seek out shares in undervalued companies, it's hog heaven. "The best time to practice value investing is when there is general panic," says Whitney Tilson, managing partner of Tilson Mutual Funds and organizer of the Value Investing Congress, a conference that will be held in Pasadena on Tuesday and Wednesday. "There was never a better time for value investing than March of 2009," he said. "That's because people were willing to sell me businesses for a fraction of what they were really worth.
BUSINESS
October 15, 1998 | Times Staff
The Value Line Investment Survey, a weekly publication that analyzes 1,700 major U.S. stocks, has upgraded four to its top ranking for timeliness--or predicted price gain in the year ahead. Upgraded in the latest issue are drugstore chain CVS, telecom equipment provider Lucent Technologies, software developer Oracle and grocery seller Safeway. Value Line's top-rated stocks have a history of outperforming the broad market.
BUSINESS
May 21, 1999 | Bloomberg News
The Value Line Investment Survey, a publication that analyzes 1,700 stocks, has upgraded four this week to its top ranking for timeliness, based on projected six- to 12-month performance. Upgraded were: Ethan Allen Interiors, the furniture retailer (ticker: ETH; Thursday close and change: $51.31, up 56 cents); Jones Apparel Group (JNY; $34.31, up 63 cents); Manitowoc Co. (MTW; $36.
BUSINESS
November 3, 1998 | Times Staff
The Value Line Investment Survey, a weekly publication that analyzes 1,700 stocks, has upgraded five companies to its top "timeliness" ranking based on projected gains in the coming 12 months. Bumped up in the latest issue of Value Line, whose top picks have a history of outperforming the broad market, were retailers Bed Bath & Beyond and Tandy, drug companies Mylan Labs and Pharmaceutical Product Development and specialty chemical company MacDermid.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1999
The Value Line Investment Survey, which analyzes 1,700 stocks, has upgraded these three to its top ranking for timeliness, based on projected performance for the next six to 12 months: *--* Company Ticker Thurs. price P/E ratio* PEG ratio** Fastenal FAST $51.75 35 1.1 Nortel Networks NT 78.00 49 1.8 Zale ZLC 36.31 17 0.9 *--* *Price-to-earnings ratio based on trailing four quarters **Price-to-earnings-growth ratio, or P/E divided by projected annualized profit growth for the next five years.
BUSINESS
October 18, 1985 | Associated Press
United Technologies Corp. said Thursday that it has closed its Mostek semiconductor subsidiary and plans to sell its telecommunications businesses, moves that it said will result in an after-tax loss of $423.7 million and eliminate 4,600 jobs. Harry S. Gray, UTC's chairman and chief executive, said the termination of Mostek and sale of the telecommunications businesses "are difficult and unpleasant but absolutely essential to end the drain on our earnings."
NEWS
December 24, 1987
Arnold Bernhard, 86, founder and chief executive officer of Value Line Inc., believed the world's largest investment advisory business. Bernhard's Value Line Investment Survey, which each week ranks 1,700 stocks for present and projected performance, has more than 134,000 subscribers who pay $495 each year for it. Bernhard began his service at the height of the Depression and at his death was listed in "The Forbes Four Hundred," a compilation of America's richest men and women.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1999 | Times Staff, Bloomberg News
The Value Line Investment Survey, a publication that rates 1,700 stocks, in its latest issue has upgraded three stocks to its top score for timeliness based on expected performance in the next six to 12 months: Costco Cos. (ticker: COST; Tuesday close: $89.63), ResMed Inc. (RESM; $37.50) and Tommy Hilfiger Corp. (TOM; $75). . . . Charles Schwab Corp. said Tuesday that it raised President David S.
BUSINESS
September 30, 1998 | A Times Staff Writer
At a time when companies are issuing profit warnings right and left, the Value Line Investment Survey still sees some good stocks to buy. Value Line, a weekly publication that analyzes 1,700 stocks, has a history of outperforming the broad market with its top-rated picks for timeliness based on expected performance for the year ahead.
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