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75 Comments on "Motley Fool Stock Advisor"

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Paul Wilhems
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The only time I didn’t follow their advice was selling netflix right before they fell out of the sky.

bigtgib
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I’ve done really well with this newsletter’s stock picks. For the price it’s a real bargain. One of my favorites.

aubsdes
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I’ve bought a few of their core recommendations and I just bought Westport. The only stock where I lost some of my gain but I’m still up 60% is Netflix.

Mike Hunt
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They are the best in business. DGardner is a modern day Nostradomas!!

rlcgum
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They’re conservative, pretty darn good stock pickers, but in my view their constant pimping of Fool letters/upgrades takes them from really good to being kind of a pest.

galshafat
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value for money

Paul Ethridge
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There are so many “picks,” it is difficult to determine where to go with your money. Kinda like a dartboard- just sling it and hope for the best.

Lsdscot
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Their stock picks have done well in the past few years, however, their current stocks are very highly priced stocks, so not very confident on their future performance, time will tell..

CDR
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The Fool is a terrific resource. They led me to NVDA at 20, DDD at 10 and, ILMN at 128. The few losers such as Chipotle and Under Armor have been peanuts compared to the wins they’ve led me to. But, make no mistake, they give lots of ideas and ultimately, just like your experience of passing on ideas, these ARE MY DECISIONS, NOT THE FOOL’S. Anyone who believes they should follow any letter’s advice blindly, without following up with more research and review of their needs really is the fool. I actually did the opposite than you with my… Read more »
GERRYD
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They recommend to many stocks and with my luck I mostly bought the wrong ones. I believe the truth is nobody knows what any stock price will be next week next month or in 6 months unless they have inside information which is illegal. If you really new for certain that a stock price would be going up you wouldn’t tell anyone .Anyone can make 10 predictions and tell 10 different people and as a result the people that bought your winners will think your a genius. If you chart the stocks that Gumshoe comes up with from all these… Read more »
Rich Hoffman
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Truer words were never spoken.

kickbk00
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I am a member of an investment club…… Yes, I know, they never do well and never make it past one year as a club. We are celebrating out 20th anniversary this year. We decided to take a “tour” of the Fools headquarters about 10 years ago. If you haven’t done it, take one, it’s well worth it. After the tour, we were escorted into one of the” board rooms”. Low and behold, in came on of the stock pickers from David’s team and one of the vice presidents. I am sorry, their names escape me after 10 years. They… Read more »
Richard Hoffman
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How does a person decide if a CEO is an actual visionary such as Elon Musk ? Jeff Immelt (GE CEO) looked like a visionary when he began investing in the Internet of Things, and telling the stock holders everything was going well (down the drain). Elon has the talent to convince the stockholders that everything is going along smoothly,
when they are unable to meet the production schedule, and are in need of funds.

B. B. Stanfield
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Ever read the Richest Man in Babylon? Excellent advice and if you follow the ideas you can’t go wrong in the long run. Trick with most advisors is that they seem to push themselves with ads and newsletters and subscription pitches. If they were as good as they advertise then people would come running to them with cash in hand. Like many here the constant pushing of services and collecting fees is maddening. They make their money from you, not from investing. They’re selling something – advice. Like most things, worth what you pay for. I subscribe to The Street… Read more »
jimaker
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I not only appreciate their stock advice, but their ethic over the years and scarcity of pitches to upgrade to their other services, so I get a minimum of undesired emails from them. Fantastic folks with a good heart.

James Maclin
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I have only just joined and have been to happy. Each week they try to get you to
upgrade. I will not renew.

xx22
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I’ve done very well with the Stock Advisor. Just ignore all the new super deluxe $5,000 big sale $1,000 off today only hustles.

kickbk00
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My investment club follows the stock advisor. We buy what the fools recommend, only if we understand the company they are talking about and if the CEO a visionary. This philosophy has raised our portfolio well over 200%. Can’t say enough good things about the stock advisor and the fools.

Antoine Garbolino
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Rather good picks pertaining to the underlying companies but they should pay more attention to the price of the stocks as they advise to buy even with very high P/E ratios or where the stocks are at a maximum high.In that case it is better to keep those stocks on radar and wait one or two months to buy.

rodger27
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I have subscribed to Motley Fool Stock Advisor for the last 10-15 years. Their records is very good but you have to hold for long periods – 5-15 years. I am up 2,400% in Netflix, about 400% in Activision, about 300% in Google and Facebook. Dave Gardner’s verified track record is about 400% better than the S&P (since inception of his newsletter. He usually saves his best ideas for the Stock Advisor. His other ideas go to Rules Breaker. These are actually the only two services you need, although I subscribe to them all. His track record is mostly based… Read more »
Alana Niemi
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I’ve done better when i choose stocks that have been recommended by the Fool, than I do when I buy stocks recommended by friends, relatives, co-workers, etc. Love the information they share about different businesses and industries.

flyerx69
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Latest tease “We’re betting $1,005,998 on ONE stock in 2018”

this one is Facebook FB

jtkacc
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Not a fan salesman when I talked to them.I get seven letters dropped them after there second book! Now i sound
old.Hope you all had a good year.

RobZ
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I have been following their advice for nearly two years. I have had very mixed results. I have come out ahead on many of their selections, but they have really missed the mark on others. With spotty performance, I grow weary of their incessant marketing of their more expensive products.

PW Wal
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Luv the fools, best thing I ever did for my bank account

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