The Motley Fool has really been ramping up their weekly “Investor Digest” ads that focus on pitching their higher-end portfolio services, and we’ve covered several of those in the past few weeks… but lots of readers keep asking, so we’ll throw another one on the pile today. What’s this “Small-cap 5G stock” they’re pitching? Ahh…. […]
High-end portfolio service from the Motley Fool, recommends an allocated portfolio of stocks around a theme (mostly “5G” in this case), and provides commentary and updates on those stocks, regular rebalancing/reranking of the portfolio, and occasional additions of new stocks.
One of the Motley Fool’s high-end “themed portfolio” services, similar to Extreme Opportunites: Augmented Reality or Trend Spotter, it picks a portfolio of names in the entertainment space and starts with a full portfolio, adding new names as they find them and re-ranking the stocks occasionally.
Another weekend, another “you want to jump on this immediately on Monday morning!” email from the Motley Fool. Thankfully, this isn’t a microcap name they’re teasing, and they’re promoting a high-cost service, which means there won’t be 10,000 people rushing to buy today… so there’s probably no reason to rush, and we can take a […]
The Motley Fool in recent years has done just fine with its Stock Advisor and Rule Breakers picks many of which have been in that sweet spot of technology growth stocks, but much of the marketing has shifted to their newer, higher-end services. Like most publishers, the Motley Fool seems to be focused on that […]
This Motley Fool service is about “genesis trends,” betting on big trends that will shock to the upside, particularly playing on the major acceleration in social changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic (e-commerce, telehealth, etc.). Similar to past niche upgrade offerings like Extreme Opportunities: Augmented Reality and some others (all of which seem to be […]
Eric Bleeker at the Motley Fool came out with a big “presentation” recently where he walked around the stage pitching a new high-end project that they’re calling Extreme Opportunities: AR — a $999 no refunds one-year subscription to their thinking about augmented reality, starting with a 15-stock model portfolio and including whatever changes or updates […]