Even if it was free, it still wouldn't be worth it.
I was a member of Pro and Options for a year.
Paid $2,999 for the service, with the understanding (as was advertised by the promotion) to get a full refund anytime, even the last day of the subscription.
Allocated approximately $170,000 in IRA funds to Fool investments.
Did not participate in all recommendations, mainly because of IRA rules, but invested approximately $110,000.
After a year (the last 12 months) my Fool portfolio grew about $4,000 or 3.5%.
If you value you time, then don’t be a Fool’s fool.
The education that is posted on this site can be found for FREE all over the Internet.
The forums are a joke and remind me of the Muppet Show, because the main characters who post are the old guys in the balcony complaining about everything.
… and the superfluous information you will encounter is unbelievable. You will read for hours and come away with nothing other than feeling you know less then when you started.
The investment advice is late to the game and very conservative. And if another service has a recommendation on a stock, the service you are in will never hear about it.
MF spends more time trying to get you to join a new ‘game changing’ service, then they do giving subscribers valuable actionable advice.
And the kicker, your refund is pro-rated.
Fool on, if you like to throw your money away!
This review is the subjective opinion of an Investimonials member and not of Investimonials LLC
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