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Simon Sapsford
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Simon Sapsford
May 4, 2021 7:42 pm

7Investing.com is a new service that has some quality advisors. Some I have followed a couple of them from their days in the Motley Fool and Motley Fool Australia and other advisors this was my first exposure to. The service is new so it has not stood the test of time but I really like the approach and the number of picks that are made. They cover a lot of market segments, risk profiles, etc. so there should be something for all in it. There are many topics and stocks that they have healthy discourse and sometimes outright disagreements about. I like that as I feel like there is less pumping and more communicating going on.

I have purchased several of their picks and already owned many other stocks that they have recommended. Their extended podcasts are informative and their write ups are good perspectives on the stocks. It is not a get rich quick approach but I think it can help all with solid investing advice. The service is inexpensive, $170 a year, and can be trialed on a monthly basis. I have the service and want to support them but have no direct ties to any of them.

For reference I have used several services / newsletters over time but now am down to The Stock Gumshoe, 7Investing.com, The Motley Fool Stock Advisor (I have used several of their other services as well but none active now) and Empire Financial Research. I like them all.

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