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Dear fellow Fool,
How can it be?
Even now, with everything that’s happening, the average Share Advisor pick is up 25.0% to the end of May.1
Well I’ll explain my theory in just a moment – because I believe it’s of critical importance to you.
Now, more than ever, people’s decisions could have a startling impact on their savings. And I want to make sure they are fully informed, so hopefully they can come out of this disaster on top.
Of course, that is no mean feat!
Recently we saw most of the economy get locked down… the FTSE-100 plunged to an 8-year low… Government deficits exploded… while the Bank of England prints cash into oblivion...
…knowing where to park your nest-egg has never been more difficult.
It’s no wonder, since the “coronavirus crash” thousands of new Fools joined Share Advisor.
I would love for you to see what an extraordinary difference this could potentially have on your investing knowledge.
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That works out to 41 pence a day.
You also have 30 days to explore everything inside Share Advisor.
And it you're not satisfied in any way, you get a full subscription-fee refund.
There’ll be no hard feelings.
On the contrary: I believe to my bones that learning Foolishly could be your best option in these turbulent times – and I’ll be overjoyed that you gave Share Advisor a sporting chance.
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Your Share Advisor membership grants you access to an alliance of likeminded individuals.
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We are LONG-TERM investors.
That may sound simple, but it cannot be underestimated.
I believe that when one invests for the long term, one’s whole outlook changes. One thinks of oneself as a part-owner of wonderful businesses with enormous promise for the future.
Many of our picks are still being held after 8+ years. Including…
- Britvic up +297.0%3
- Homeserve up +603.7%4
- Renishaw up +229.4%5
Now, these are some of our top-performing recommendations, shown to illustrate the very best potential returns. They are not at all representative. Many of our selections have not performed so well, and some have fallen in value.
However, we reckon it shows what could potentially happen.
Your crack squad of 4 “Foolish” analysts
I’ve put together a terrific team of experts who do all the hard work for you.
Every month, they present you with their two most promising picks; one growth stock and one income stock, picked from either the UK or the US market.
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Our Foolish analysts never stop scouring the markets for potential bargains. Overlooked opportunities that outsiders may have missed:
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…these are just some of the extraordinary new developments which have led our analysts to issue ‘Buy’ recommendations.
Today might be scary, but I think tomorrow is downright exciting
Share Advisor gives members the chance to understand the lay of the land.
And that’s not all…
As a Share Advisor member, you are also updated on any important news as it happens. This lands straight in your inbox – with quick-fire suggestions on what to do next.
All the information you need is distilled into a few short paragraphs.
Should the moment strike, we’ll even tell you when we think a certain share should be sold. This has helped some investors secure up to triple-digit returns on some of our best-performing recommendations. Again, these returns are not representative, and many picks have not been so successful. Some have fallen in value.
And I believe these timely updates could be critical to our members' success.
Because they don’t just save time…
When the markets get whipped into another panic or frenzy, I think these updates can provide a steadying hand, and help keep things calmer.
Nothing is hidden, either.
We show the full scorecard of previous picks…
…every buy, hold and sell recommendation since Share Advisor began in 2012… the winners and losers…
…plus those stocks which we still think members should BUY.
Hopefully, you can see why so many long-term investors are chuffed to bits with Share Advisor. And why they say things like this:
“Share Advisor gives you buy and hold recommendations with detailed analysis of each company. Very easy service for all fools to understand.”
– M. Birkett, Somerset
Now, whatever their position, I believe Share Advisor could help other Foolish readers.
And I want to help get you started as quickly as possible…
So the moment you join, you gain access to...
Your shortlist of ‘5 Starter Stocks’ to buy and hold today
All of these are simple, easy-to-understand businesses – typically with:
- A long, impressive track record;
- A dominant market position;
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- Strong numbers to hopefully sustain any volatility in the wider market.
We think these stocks could be ideal for getting a new portfolio launched.
To perhaps give a new investor a more solid foundation from the start.
And even if a member currently own shares, we think they should strongly consider adding these to their portfolio. Because we believe our research shows that they are strong, high-quality companies.
These shares could potentially be left humming along in an ISA while the markets move up and down.
As this subscriber will tell you, delaying could be a decision you “seriously regret”:
“My Motley Fool experience to date has been amazing. I can’t praise the service highly enough. I held off joining back in 2012 when the service was launched and didn’t join until 2014 until it was more established. That’s a decision I seriously regret.”
– Phil James, Leicestershire
Just the dividends alone from some of our income picks could potentially recoup an investor's membership fee.
Not to get ahead of ourselves…
This is the stock market, and there are absolutely no guarantees. That’s why I’m careful to explain every risk and opportunity to you in detail.
This makes it easier to understand which are the right stocks to pick.
And please, let me make something else abundantly clear...
Share Advisor membership is covered by a 30-day subscription refund guarantee
You see, I want to remove as many risks as I possibly can from your decision.
Simply complete this easy-fill payment form to start your subscription now.
Peek behind the curtain and explore everything I’ve promised you in this invitation.
You can even follow the same research now being used by 23,000+ Share Advisor members to potentially grow your wealth. Meanwhile, you’re under no obligation whatsoever.
If, within 30 days, you decide Share Advisor is not for you, just send a quick email to our support team at [email protected]
You will be issued a full and prompt refund of your subscription fee, no questions asked.
You can cancel your subscription for any reason, or no reason at all.
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A bundle of FREE investing reports to download and keep
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Think of these as a ‘thank you’ gift for trying our market-beating1 service today.
The free reports include:
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- 5 Top Shares for the Green Industrial Revolution: Discover which 5 shares we believe you can hold for years – perhaps decades – as “The Green Industrial Revolution” unfolds.
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You are invited to join Motley Fool Share Advisor now – for just £149
This entitles you to a full year of membership, and works out to roughly £2.87 per week2, with access to all of the following:
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- Your stock email updates – these keep you informed about any important changes to our stock recommendations. We hope you can use these updates to make quicker, calmer decisions within your own portfolio – without falling victim to the usual media noise.
- Our 5 ‘Starter Stocks’ – these are the ‘foundation-stone’ companies that we believe members really should consider holding within their portfolios… even if they currently own other shares.
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- Your bundle of FREE investing reports to download and keep – whether you stay with Share Advisor or not. These can help our members prepare for more of the uncertainties ahead.
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Or, if you prefer, we can also offer you a great-value introductory 2-year membership for just £249 – that’s like paying £124.50 per year for your first two years of access.6
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Leaving one’s money in a savings account means accepting any paltry interest-rate the bank chooses.
Holding onto savings means waiting while the Bank of England decides whether or not to destroy its value through inflation.
Of course, shares are riskier than cash. However, with Share Advisor at your side, I believe you will better understand those risks and hopefully learn how they can be somewhat mitigated.
Especially now, with the broader UK market so far off its recent highs.
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I wish you all the very best.
Director of Investing,
Motley Fool UK
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- Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of Britvic plc (LSE:BVIC) on 23/07/2012. As of the close of trading on 29/05/2022 the shares had gained 297.0%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.
- Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of HomeServe plc (LSE:HSV) on 28/08/2012. As of the close of trading on 29/05/2022 the shares had gained 603.7%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.
- Motley Fool Share Advisor first recommended shares of Renishaw plc (LSE:RSW) on 23/04/2012. As of the close of trading on 29/05/2022 the shares had gained 229.4%. The return is calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TTWR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs.
- Introductory 2-year offer. An upfront payment of £249 is required. At the end of your introductory 2-year period, your subscription will automatically renew into a one-year recurring subscription, billed at £149 annually. You may cancel your membership at any time by contacting [email protected] If you cancel within your first 30 days you will receive a full subscription refund. After this time, your initial subscription is non-refundable.