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5.0

Tons of insight for stock lovers!

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from Ames, IA

Comments about The Motley Fool:

    This site is awesome if you are looking to increase your knowledge of the stock market. They cover all the aspects you could want such as charts, quote information, picks, articles, and recent news. They offer professional advice for all levels of traders. If you are looking to start trading stocks than the site's set up is very simple and easy to navigate. They also have their information put in a way that anybody can understand. An added bonus to the Motley Fool is that it will offer advice to you on different kinds of ways to invest and improve your finance comprehension. For example, they have lots of short term trading tips and tricks. While still giving your information on how to build wealth over a long term for things like retirement funds and 401k accounts. The best part of this whole site is that it is all free. Nothing will cost you a dime on this site. So go check out the site, only good things will happen as long as you have a willingness to learn and keep an open mind.

(17 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Motley Fool: Treasure Trove of Financial Advice

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from Houston, TX

Comments about The Motley Fool:

Where do you turn for financial advice? With the invention of the internet, the possibilities are endless, but one service you should consider if you’re serious about investing is Motley Fool. Let’s take a closer look at this service:

 

**Financial Commentary:**

 

Motley Fool is popular on the internet as a resource for investors. This web site’s name appears in many different places on the web and many newer investors might mistakenly believe that The Motley Fool is a brand- new operation. In fact, The Motley Fool has been around for a little bit longer than that. The company was founded in 1993 and the world wide web has helped it grow into a superstar financial web service.

 

So, what do you get when you visit The Motley Fool? Well, you get a web site that covers the world of investments from different angles and often with very good, very timely articles on what to invest in and when to invest. The Motley Fool is good for both rookies and seasoned investors- it offers tutorials on investing that explain what investing is all about, how to invest, how to select a broker, etc., as well as more advanced topics like options and ETFs.

 

Motley Fool is best utilized by setting up a personal account and taking advantage of the many different tools found in the site. My favorite aspect of the Motley Fool is its CAPS community. This feature pools together the expertise and opinions of Motley Fool members across the country and it comes complete with a stock research tool and star ratings for different investments. I have used the CAPS ratings to select several different investments, and most every one of them has performed well. This feature is available by setting up an account, which can be accomplished in minutes.

 

**Bottom Line Viewpoint:**

 

The Motley Fool is one of my favorite financial web sites and one in which I continue to turn for financial information. The site is very timely and features some solid articles on investments, with advice that covers many aspects of the investing process. Some of the features will cost you money, but others are free and they make for a solid, well- rounded financial web service.

 

 

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Everything you want to know about stocks!

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from Oak Park, IL

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The other day I was sniffing around in the Internet, trying to find out how much of a beating we were going to take THIS year on our USB dividends and so it was that as I thrashed through the virtual forest, I stumbled upon a clearing which was occupied by ***The Motley Fool***, the website for people who are interested in -- and may have questions about -- stocks or other financial investments. 

Founded in July, 1993, by David and Tom Gardner, along with Erik Rydholm, ***The Motley Fool*** has evolved into a widely respected and entertaining clearing house of information about how to invest, what stocks to buy, and retirement planning.  ***The Motley Fool*** is a gold mine of sometimes fascinating articles such as "*Home Run Stocks You Should Never Buy", "Are You Too Smart to Be Rich?", "Seven Reasons to Worry About Next Week", "Three Signs of a Terrible Investment", "Three Housing 'Truisms' That Make No Sense", "This Week's Five Smartest Stock Moves*" and of course *"This Week's Five **Dumbest **Stock Moves." *

**MY VIEWPOINT:**

***The Motley Fool*** website (***Fool.com***) is free to all.  Registering means a chance to log in and explore even more.  There are other things to sign up for (some are free, some not)  if you so desire.  You may not agree with everything you read here and that is as it should be.  The guys who run "The Fool" don't pretend to know it all but they provide a lot of good food for thought.  Even if you're not a "serious" investor and only own a few stocks, to pass up a chance like this may be really foolish.

 

 

 

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