What is Timeliness?
How Does Timeliness Work?
Stocks are ranked on a 1 - 5 scale, with one the highest achievable score.
1 indicates the top 100 Stocks
2 indicates above average stocks
3 indicates average stocks
4 indicates below average
5 indicates the lowest rated 100 stocks
Investors are encouraged to hold on to stocks ranked "1" or "2" and sell stocks ranked "4" or "5."
Why Does Timeliness Matter?
Timeliness is most widely cited in reference to analysis reports by the Value Line Publishing, Inc., one of the widest read stock research publication companies. A high timeliness rating is Value Line's best expectation of price performance for any given stock.
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