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A group of blue-chip and growth stocks for novice investors
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Over long periods of time, the S&P 500 has tended to offer a roughly 10% annual return to investors. Beating that consistently is a tough goal. In fact, according to the SPIVA report, which tracks fund performance against the market, about 80% of large-cap funds have underperformed compared to the S&P 500 over the last five years.
If Wall Street professionals with fancy degrees can’t consistently beat the market, why do we think we could do so consistently? Well, Tom and David seem to have done it, according to reporting you see when logged into Stock Advisor:
A screenshot of Stock Advisor performance compared to the S&P 500 since the service’s inception — as of August 2020.
According to the emails and articles sent to subscribers, a portfolio of at least 10 well-chosen stocks can beat the market. You’ll go in knowing some will lose money, but if a couple of them offer outsized returns, it can make up for the losses and then some.
Stock Advisor is The Motley Fool’s leading subscription service. It helps investors choose long-term growth stocks with the goal of outperforming the market — and it’s had good results based on its overall track record (315% return on the average Stock Advisor pick since 2002 vs 89% for the S&P, according to their website).
Each month, Stock Advisor subscribers receive two “new recommendations,” one each from Motley Fool co-founders David and Tom Gardner.
When you log into your Stock Advisor account, the Best Stocks to Buy dashboard is the first thing you’ll see on the home screen. This 12-stock dashboard updates every Thursday and completely refreshes every month.
This is another elite group of stocks culled from the Gardners’ past recommendations. According to Motley Fool, Starter Stocks are ideal for novice investors looking to build strong stock portfolios from the ground up.
Stock Advisor’s Watchlist feature isn’t revolutionary – it will look familiar to anyone who’s spent time on Yahoo! Finance or the back end of an online brokerage platform – but it’s useful nevertheless.
Motley Fool Stock Advisor subscriptions are available monthly or annually. Pricing is as follows:
All subscriptions renew at then-current rates. For instance, should the full-price annual subscription increase from $199 to $219 while your subscription is active, you’ll be charged $219 at your next renewal date.
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