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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 […]

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On Microblog: Motley Fool Moonshot blast off 2020

Maybe next time we're up for renewal of another letter like SA and/or RB, we start saying we are reconsidering renewal since according to ads from Blast Off, the other letters are not giving us MF 's best advice. Perhaps a N/L that only puts out one N/L [...]

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On Microblog: Motley Fool Moonshot blast off 2020

Thanks K. I just read that the S&P 500 went up 28% in 2019. So for Blast Off 2019 to have been of value, it would have had to return more than 28% for the year. I subscribe to a few N/L's and all disappointed by not beating the market in 2019. Are you [...]

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On "Motley Fool Triples Down on 'Millionaire-Maker' Stock" -- which one?

Does anyone besides me think Motley Fool has way too many programs? Stock Advisor; Rulebreakers; Options; Moneymakers; Explorer; Fool One; Global Partners; Marijuana Masters; Market Pass; Motley Fool Pro; Partnership Portfolio; Premier Pass; Rule Your Ret[...]

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On Friday File Part One: Hedging

Years ago I used to buy call options on stocks I thought would soon go up. Some did, some didn't. It was fun, like going to a casino and like a casino, good way to lose money. For me, the best way to learn profitable option trades was by subscribing to [...]

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On Friday File Part One: Hedging

During the 90's, my "system" was buying fast upward moving stocks and a 15% stop loss. Since it was a great time to be in the market, it was a profitable approach. During the dot-com bubble, I became frustrated with the approach as I watched stocks drop [...]

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On Friday File Part One: Hedging

I was convinced the market would dive about a year ago and bought SDS and SPXU ETF's. Obviously a very expensive mistake. I've read the Buffet approach is to just hold regardless, since the stocks will come back and timing is impossible. I did buy more [...]

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On What's Stansberry's "Dirty 30" All About?

Interesting he's predicting Ford will go under considering the following: Ford is a "buy" on Motley Fool Stock Advisor letter (David). It is listed as a "moderate buy" on Tipranks Analysts Consensus. A "buy" on SmartConsensus report. I have the stock[...]

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