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Helpful Tips for Navigating the New Value Line Website for Beginners

This brief article, organized in a question and answer format, will help you quickly learn how to navigate valueline.com.

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Existing Home Sales Rise Sequentially In June
Existing home sales increased to an annualized rate of just over five million residences in June. That was the first time that sales had topped that plateau since last October. Read more
A Beginner's Overview of Value Line Website Training Videos
To help our digital subscribers navigate Value Line’s recently redesigned website, we have prepared a series of videos which we are confident you will find helpful.  We recommend that you print out this transcript so it can be used as a reference aid after you watch the video to make things easier when using our new website. Read more
Helpful Tips for Navigating the New Value Line Website for Experienced Digital Users
In order to quickly and efficiently help you with our new website, we have created a brief tutorial on how to access the important information needed in order to get the most out of your Value Line subscription. Read more
New Residential Construction Disappoints In June - July 17, 2014
The Department of Housing and Urban Development reported data on new residential construction for the month of June. At first blush, the data looked disappointing, as both building permits and housing starts fell on a month-to-month basis. Read more
The Beige Book Does Not Disappoint - July 16, 2014
The Federal Reserve's Beige Book held few surprises, and hence, no disappointments of note. Essentially, this summary of business conditions across the country observed that labor market conditions were improving, while only two of the 12 Federal Reserve Districts, Boston and Richmond, reported any slowing in overall economic growth since the last such report was prepared in May. Read more
Industrial Production Rises Slowly In June
The nation's industrial base improved somewhat in June, albeit just not as much as had been generally expected. To wit, overall output climbed 0.2% last month. In May, the increase had been 0.5%. Expectations for the latest month had been for an increase of 0.4%. Read more
Producer Prices Rise Modestly In June - July 16, 2014
Inflation is starting to become at least a modest concern these days, as the Labor Department reported that the Producer Price Index rose by 0.4% in June. That gain, which was largely occasioned by a 2.1% surge in energy prices, compared unfavorably with a decline of 0.2% in May. Read more
New Digital Platform released by Value Line

For more than 80 years, through both bull and bear markets, Value Line's commitment to our subscribers has never wavered. I am very proud of Value Line's history and legacy, which is why I am particularly excited to introduce our completely new digital format. We have put together a unique platform that was specifically designed to help our subscribers make even faster, more confident investment decisions.

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Retail Sales Strengthen in June - July 15, 2014
The U.S. Commerce Department, within the past hour, reported that retail sales rose modestly in June, with such activity gaining 0.2% for the month. That modestly respectable result, while less impressive than the upwardly revised May gain of 0.5%, still suggests that the nation's economy pressed forward nicely in the April-through-June period, following a plunge of 2.9% in the weather-encumbered opening stanza. Read more
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