In certain circles, Value Line (NASDAQ:VALU) is a bit like Ben Graham - say you're not a fan, and you're likely to get burned at the stake for value-investor heresy. I think the comparison is particularly apt, because the company's flagship products and the work of Ben Graham face the same challenges. Given the proliferation of "newer and better" resources, both Graham and Value Line no longer have the same resonance with the emerging generation of value investors than they did a few decades ago. The question is if it's still valuable enough to be worth a look. My conclusion is that while it's cheap on first glance, a deeper dive makes it a pass for me.
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