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Is a Motley Fool Subscription Advisable

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The site The Motley Fool is regarded as a legitimate website for financial information and research reports. Their in-depth content will not leave you being defrauded after you purchase a Stock Advisor subscription from them. Some have complained that you are routinely asked to upgrade their current level of subscription, and that can be annoying. But for those that consider their stock and mutual fund portfolios as a second source of income, the better subscriptions are worthwhile.

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If you are looking for stock and investment advice on new stock purchases their content can be very good. And when a stock that they have recommended in the past drops to a certain level, you can setup to receive alerts. The Stock Advisor forum is really good also if you want to interact with other investors. Their money back guarantee is great if you just want to try out one of their programs for a time. Current prices are $99 a year with a 30 day refund policy. Not too bad. The Stock Advisor programs boast a 346% return since 2002. This is far better than the 87% return of the S&P 500.

You would get two new stock recommendations every month. Ten timey buys. Foundation stock picks to get started. And lots of education materials plus the forum community.

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Famous Reverse Mergers


There are three key ways for companies to go public, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The first is to use an investment bank and Initial Public Offering (IPO). The second option is to use a lawyer and auditor to file paperwork reporting as a public company, and the third, and arguably the most advantageous, is to initiate a reverse merger.


What is a Reverse Merger?
Reverse mergers are mergers acquired by a private company in order to make themselves public. While the initial process of becoming a public company is complicated, long-winded and expensive, using a reverse merger is an easy way for a private company to convert to public and get listed on the exchange.
Reverse mergers have becoming a very respected way for businesses to restructure. While lawsuits are fairly common, reverse mergers have a number of advantages, and help private companies become listed as public without the issues that stem from listing a company via an IPO.

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Why New Investors Should Focus On Healthcare And Tech Stocks

For the last 8 years, the rate of unemployment has kept on rising. On the other hand, the growth of industries in technology, energy and healthcare show an upward trend thus energizing the deteriorating economy. Amazingly, some sectors like manufacturing, which were reliable before are now perishing and taking with them whole cities.

During the few final years of Bush Administration and early Obama Administration people who depended on wages as their only source of revenue really suffered. On the other hand, a good portion of Americans who use alternative methods of revenue generation such as investing made more money. In fact, corporate payoffs rose to about 150 per cent as compared to 2007 figures. Many people fear to invest since they think investing requires a complex procedure.

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