written by reader Motley Fool Moonshot blast off 2020

By joenw, January 4, 2020

I think what I hate most about subscribing to any Motley Fool newsletters is the bombardment of ads for more newsletters. Today’s ad was for the Blast Off 2020 letters for $1499 or some other version of it for $1999. Whenever I’ve tried other newsletters, I’ve ended up disappointed and really only like 2, Advisor and Options. Has anyone tried any of their Blast Off newsletters? If yes, any comments?
Thanks,
Joe

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brentmarla
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I’m with you on Motley Advisor and Options. I paid for Global that was also of value as it selected companies outside of the US. Half of those were in Canada or South America and already promoted in other news letters. Half were new and of value. I hesitate on letters like blastoff because the overlap should be closer to 100% of other news letters. At least I feel they should be showing me those best stocks already in the letters I get.

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Anyone have any info on Rob Booker and his Monday Morning Payday. Sounds like hype.

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Not sure if this is the place to reply to this, but Travis will decide… I’ve been researching Rob Booker myself as I was interested in learning to trade hedged currency pairs using ETFs and his “16hours Jump trades” caught my eye. What I’ve discovered can be found on forex boards (valforex babypips etc.) since he has predominantly been a FX trader. Booker in the past has positioned himself as a FX trader & trainer but has more recently moved into option selling (Monday Morning Payday) and of course, the “16hours Jump trades” with Roger Scott. He can’t be classed… Read More ยป

K Gibson
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Blast Off 2019 has been a huge winner for me, and I just subscribed to Blast Off 2020. I agree that they bombard you with emails, but I just delete what I’m not interested in. Also think Stock Advisor is great.
I had some kind of package deal which included most services but I now only want the Blast Off 2019 & 2020 (even though some of the stocks overlap) and I’ll renew Stock Advisor and let the rest go.

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I bought stock advisor, augmented reality, and AI. Is 20% profit in 2.5 months decent? Iโ€™m pleased, MF has paid itself off, I learned a great deal about investing and why. But Iโ€™m also disappointed, they do a great job at telling โ€œThe Storyโ€ behind the company and why itโ€™s a long term investment and to invest now knowing that despite the ups and downs, the stock choices will beat the market and have huge upside potential. They cite previous picks like Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet 10x! But for a new investor like myself, I literally cannot stomach the thought… Read More ยป

inperpetuity
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I think the reality of many long-term stock picking services is that a site like this is a better investment. Mainly, you’re after good stock that may not be on your radar to buy and hold then Travis and the Stock Gumshoe community uncover what is being spruiked, and discuss it intelligently. Save you a lot of money and still get similar results – the only thing you aren’t getting is advice on when to enter a specific stock (though people weigh into that), but frankly that’s the hard part. In life, timing is everything. And that’s the part that… Read More ยป

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I have been a subscriber to the basic Advisor and the Rule Breakers for at least 5 years. Rule Breakers has done really well for me. Got into both Shopify and Align in 2016, for example. So I’m happy. Certainly those two alone have paid for my subscription a number of times over, and I have picked a lot more winners than losers when going with their recommendations. That being said, it is a bit much how often they hit you for the new newsletter to subscribe to. For example I was asked to join “Supernova” for $1,600, I think… Read More ยป