The Value Line Investment Survey
|267,342||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$165.00/M|
|46,369||Female Investors||+ $10.00/M|
|191,157||Male Investors||+ $10.00/M|
|Charitable Fundraising Rate||$75.00/M|
|Non-Profit Fundraising Rate||$85.00/M|
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