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Motley Fool Stock Advisor Review. SCAM?

Motley Fool review.

Is Motley Fool Stock Advisor legitimate?

Watch this video below and learn my opinion:

In my opinion, I don't believe that subscribers of Motley Fool Stock advisor will beat the market. In fact, when factoring in their subscription fees, I believe that members are better off just purchasing an SPY or QQQ ETF.

While Motley Fool touts that they consistently beat the market, in my opinion, I believe that they cherry-pick the few holdings that do very well and conveniently forget about the losing recommendations.

In reality, there is no edge in fundamental analysis, I know that this seems controversial - and, as a former Investment Banker, valuing companies on their fundamentals was very important to our job.

However, the reality is that all publicly available information is already priced into the stocks.

Yes, mispricing of stocks occur, especially at market extremes, but for someone to believe that they know more than the millions of people who, in aggregate, invest in a stock, is ludicrous.

Conclusion: Motley Fool Stock Advisor Review

In my opinion, Motley Fool Stock Advisor will NOT help you beat the market, especially when factoring in their subscription costs.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Motley Fool Legit?

The Motley Fool is very good at finding a few stocks that double or triple each year. While about 73% of their picks have been profitable, the stocks that double or triple each year more than offset any losers. (Source: WallStreetSurvivor.com)

My opinion differs from the above in that I don't believe members are better off subscribing to Motley Fool when you compare it against being long QQQ when factoring in ALL of their recommendations and factoring in their subscription costs.

Additionally, it's important to factor in the portfolio volatility. Meaning if Motley Fool is choosing higher-beta stocks then these stocks, especially when using leverage, could blow up an investors or traders account before it rebounds.

Motley Fool Review: Is Stock Advisor Worth it?

I don't believe members are better off subscribing to Motley Fool when you compare it against being long QQQ when factoring in ALL of their recommendations and factoring in their subscription costs.

Additionally, it's important to factor in the portfolio volatility. Meaning if Motley Fool is choosing higher-beta stocks then these stocks, especially when using leverage, could blow up an investors or traders account before it rebounds.

Motley Fool stock picks revealed?

I don't believe they reveal their stock picks unless you pay for them.

Again, you're likely better off just going long QQQ.

Motley Fool Performance History

I don't believe they reveal their stock performance in total. Instead, we'd have to rely upon them to produce it.

If Motley Fool could provide their trading statements, then that would be very helpful.

But, Motley Fool does not reveal their trading statements.

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