Our mission at The Motley Fool is: To Make the World Smarter, Happier, and Richer.
We offer a range of premium investing services to match the needs of a broad range of temperaments and timelines, interests and investing attitudes.
You might well ask, though, how do you decide which Motley Fool UK service is right for you?
It’s a personal decision, but we can help.
If you have less than £25,000 in investable assets, we think either Motley Fool Share Advisor or Motley Fool Hidden Winners are likely to be a better fit for you. If you’re considering joining The Partnership Portfolio UK or Blast Off UK 2020, we’d suggest you start with at least £25,000 of investable assets, in order to get the most out of your membership.
Are you a risk-taker, or does the thought of losing money turn your stomach? We have services designed for different risk tolerances. Bear in mind, though, that investing in the stock market is never risk-free.
What you get with each service:
The Partnership Portfolio UK
The Partnership Portfolio UK follows a bespoke Motley Fool investing strategy, specifically designed to hunt down some of the world’s most ambitious, determined, and visionary founder-leaders
Launched in March 2019, the service aims to help investors like you gain instant exposure to what we think are some of the market’s most explosive and perhaps least-followed founder-led stocks.
It currently contains the research behind a full 24 high-potential founder led ‘buy’ recommendations
Each share has been selected in accordance with Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner’s rigorous ‘X-Factor’ investing system for evaluating founder CEOs.
Blast Off UK 2020
Blast Off UK 2020 is Motley Fool UK’s newest and most exclusive ‘Maximum Potential Upside’ investing service.
It currently recommends 15 US-listed stocks, with an additional 5 set to be added every quarter. And all have been chosen by legendary ‘Rule Breaker’ stock-picker and Motley Fool Co-Founder David Gardner.
Aiming to do more than simply ‘beat the market’, Blast Off UK 2020 passes on those ‘household name’ US stocks and instead looks for those that fit his very specific ‘Moonshot’ strategy.
Blast Off UK 2020 is intended to help you choose the US shares for the most aggressive 10-25% of your portfolio.
Please note that all of our services are online only, and we do not send out printed copies of our recommendations. However, all the webpages can be printed out very easily if you want to digest our analysis at a more leisurely pace.
How these services compare:
|Feature||Share Advisor||Hidden Winners||Partnership
|Blast Off UK
|Carefully Researched Recommendations||2 per month
|At least 1 per month
|24 current picks,
others added periodically
|15 current picks,
5 added every quarter
|Ongoing Coverage for all Recommendations|
|Clear Buy/Hold/Sell Advice|
|Recommends Growth and Income Stocks||–||–||–|
|Focuses on Growth Stocks||–|
|Invests in UK Stocks||–|
|Invests in US stocks||–|
|Recommends Small-Cap Shares||–|
|Higher Volatility Picks||–|
|Follows a Specialist Investment Strategy||–||–|
|Try Share Advisor||Try Hidden Winners||Register
Finally, don’t forget that most Motley Fool products come with a 30‑Day Subscription Refund Guarantee
If you’re relatively new to investing and unsure of where to start, we’d suggest looking at Share Advisor first of all.
And if you’re still not sure which is right for you, fear not! Our Share Advisor and Hidden Winners services come with a 30-day subscription refund guarantee as standard. So if you join and subsequently feel it’s not what you need, just cancel within the first 30 days and we’ll refund your subscription fee in full, with no quibbling.
We want you to be a member of the investing service that’s right for you.
Team Fool UK
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