Rule Breakers

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Lucca 27
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Lucca 27
January 31, 2009 10:41 am
I subscribe to PRO, Stock Advisor, Million Dollar Portfolio, Global Gains, Hidden Gems and Rule Breakers and will post this review on all the sites. In general I found the letters useful for ideas in an up market, but not terribly helpful in our current down market. I found some excellent companies like DWSN, EDU & CTRP that I would not otherwise have looked at. Sell recommendations usually come too late and analysts tend to fall in love with stocks and catch “falling knives”. For example the repeated recommendations of Select Comfort, Irwin Financial, First Marblehead all the way down… Read more »
Linda McVarish
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Linda McVarish
May 31, 2010 6:11 pm
I just ended my year subscription, and was sad to have to cancel it. I don’t have the money to invest in all the ideas I already have. Their newsletters are a great read, the recommendations all solid companies, not penny stocks or anything. A lot of them are biotechs, also technology and consumer products and services. Not every stock has performed well, but most have vastly outperformed the market. I love the RB community forum and the CAPS ratings, too. I’ve tried 4 of the Motley Fool subscriptions (Hidden Gems, Rule Breakers, Global Gains and Option Advisor) and loved… Read more »
beesvees
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beesvees
December 13, 2010 5:26 pm

I am fairly new and enjoy the advice to search out stocks that interest you in some way so it will be fun to follow. My stocks based on their picks are doing quite well.

psarachik
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psarachik
July 30, 2013 6:24 pm

I joined Rule Breakers but quit after one year. I
joined because of the market beating performance claimed by the service and I believe that is true provided you can afford to buy every one of their recommendations. I however have to pick and choose so I bought 5 of the stocks recommended that year and earlier (you get to see all previous reports). I gained on 2 lost on 3 and am still holding a modest gainer and a BIG loser.
I concluded that its just not worth the annual fee.

greenfire67
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December 5, 2013 2:17 pm
Great ideas and write-ups. The problem with “cafeteria” type letters is that YOU do all the work. Sure they suggest comments by other subscribers, but that is NOT what I pay for. Research is on you. Best buys now usually put you under water. 200 + stocks is too much to chose from, especially when majority of stocks underperform the market on a 1 yr. basis. Also, no real target price for the recommendation. Let’s take NFLX. No real guidance for the stock just before the big rally. Only “so & so reader really likes it”. I want David or… Read more »
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bkeating51
September 12, 2015 12:17 pm
Rule Breakers has improved a lot over the past year. Although almost all subscribers think that the quality of the stock picks is high, many were unhappy about a lack of follow up on the picks. TMF Rule Breakers has done a number of things to address this. Here are two of the most important: Whenever one of their recommended stocks is up or down by around ten percent, a knowledgeable member of staff writes an article on the cause of the movement. The most important change is that they have now assigned “ticker guides” to all boards. His or… Read more »
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