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LChama
Member since May 2020
48 posts

Motley Fool
The fool always touts their successes but what is their actual win/loss ratio. I was researching FSLY and they were not encouraging. How much faith do you have in their recs?


lsuguy13
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Laffy; Friend of Bill
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cgrand
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HAMMOND
Member since Oct 2009
21500 posts

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motley fool was on Shopify at 140. Hilariously it was touted as a cannabis play because they signed a deal with the Canadian regulatory agency to handle rec sales just before legalization

still...140 to 770


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lsuconnman
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Member since Feb 2007
1743 posts

re: Motley Fool
Their rare triple down buy alerts don’t seem spectacular. But I always take notice when they issue a bet ya mommas house alert.


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LSUregit
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Member since Dec 2013
1291 posts

re: Motley Fool
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I follow Stock Gumshoe who deciphers the clickbaits through the Thinkolator. Nice stock tips but take it for what it's worth. I made some decent money throughout the years speculating.


This was my post here last January. I signed up for the free newsletter many yrs ago and usually go with some of their Thinkolator picks after further filtering out some nonsense and doing my own DD. With some luck, timing and hands of steel, most panned out bigly for me. Was able to score and still holding TTD, TDOC, FIVN, NVDA, SQ, CRSP, VEEV, ENPH, SPLK and other big winners the past few yrs. (Somehow I missed SHOP after numerous teases).

Stockgumshoe





Matt225
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St. George
Member since Dec 2019
140 posts

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Followed them years ago. Decided Fools was a good name for them.


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Tigerb869
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I actually cancelled mine yesterday. Not worth it in my opinion.


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prostyleoffensetime
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9501 posts

re: Motley Fool
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LSUregit


What level of membership do have? The free one or are you paying?


LSUregit
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Member since Dec 2013
1291 posts

re: Motley Fool
Free. Second hand info but still some good tips.


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Waterloo
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Texas
Member since Mar 2020
14 posts

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Your Broker's research tab and ratings changes are more reliable. Or just dump it in the ol' Ray Dalio All Weather Portfolio, contribute every month then shut off the computer and drink cervezas.


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LSUregit
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2013
1291 posts

re: Motley Fool
Today's article is a pretty good example.

CDN/edge

I've been in AKAM for many yrs, NET since ipo (almost gave up on it in October after a month). Finally got into FSLY this morning (better late than never).

TLDR- Do your own DD but article confirms to me that edge computing has a bright future. Planning to keep these for yrs like others I mentioned above.


FMtTXtiger
Member since Oct 2018
889 posts

re: Motley Fool
i pay for stock advisors and found a way to pay only like 200 for 2 years.

They gave me Lufkin Coffee which was my biggest loss. WM down , charlottes webb,SFIX.

They gave me ZM and SHOP in the 60s, Match in the teens, FSTLY, APPN, TWLO which i wouldn't have bought so low without the notifications.

for the money its worth having another option for the price before buying, but they will have looser mixed in.


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Auburn1968
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NYC
Member since Mar 2019
762 posts

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Got the NVAX tip from Motley Fool. Bought at $16 May 1 and sold in the high $50s last Monday.

That was fun.


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