Value Line Investment Masterfile
|444,388||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$165.00/M|
|69,877||Female Investors||+ $10.00/M|
|325,367||Male Investors||+ $10.00/M|
|Charitable Fundraising Rate||$75.00/M|
|Non-Profit Fundraising Rate||$85.00/M|
The Value Line Investment Masterfile reaches affluent investors who have purchased or subscribed to Value Line investment publications, reports and education products. They’ve needed insightful information to evaluate investment opportunities, companies, industries, markets, and economies. They were interested products and services that aided them in building and growing wealth through investment vehicles like stocks and bonds. They purchased products ranging from financial publications to precious metals to yachts.
This list is predominately comprised of high net-worth investors as well as financial advisors, corporate investors, and portfolio managers. These well-to-do investors have a $583,000 median value in individual stocks with a median household income of $137,000. They seek information on stocks, mutual funds, bonds, special situations, options and convertibles. They invested in capital markets and have the disposable income required to lead an upscale lifestyle. They live in high-end communities, enjoy travel, drive luxury cars, and dine in the finest restaurants. Ranging from wealthy retirees to Wall Street professionals, these individuals relied on Value Line as their go-to resource for investment opportunities. They subscribed to and purchased Value Line Investment products like Value Line Investment Survey, Value Line Fund Advisor and Value Line Small and Mid-Cap. You can also reach your desired audience by segment including business leaders, Baby Boomers, affluent homeowners and travel enthusiasts.
Reach affluent individuals who have purchased and/or recommended investment and investment-related products. High-wealth investors purchase publications, money market funds, mutual funds, high-end apparel, home and garden accessories, gourmet foods, travel accessories, and memberships to country clubs. Institutional investment professionals buy computer equipment, software, electronics, marketing materials, briefcases, mobile devices, office supplies, and business apparel.
$137,000 Median household income
$583,000 Median value of individual stocks
$947,000 Mean value of individual stocks
Ownership of various securities-
99% Own stocks
65% Own mutual funds
54% Own bonds
30% Own bond funds