Announcing: Motley Fool Stock Recommendations BY Canadians, FOR Canadians

Charter memberships for Stock Advisor Canada open from now to Thanksgiving.

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Dear Fellow Fools,

This week, we launched The Motley Fool’s first-ever investment service tailored specifically to Canadian investors. It’s called Stock Advisor Canada.

Each month, the Stock Advisor Canada analyst team recommends two companies — our very best Canadian stock idea, as well as a hand-picked idea from one of our American advisory services that we think is perfectly suited for Canadian investors. That’s two monthly recommendations we think will set our members on the path to thrashing the returns achieved by the market.

We’ll also going to make sure our members are informed every step of the way. Open and honest communication is a fundamental Fool belief. Each stock recommendation will be tracked in an easy-to-follow manner on our members-only website, and during the weeks when a new issue is not available, we’ll send a weekly update to keep subscribers abreast on existing recommendations on our scorecard. Though we are long-term investors, our aim in the weekly updates is to stay on top of earnings announcements, product news, boardroom shakeups, and any other bit of information germane to our stocks. And of course, The Motley Fool’s goal is to help Canadians invest better, and so we’ll also be bringing our irreverent brand of education and commentary.

Through Oct. 13, we’re offering a limited-time-only charter membership rate to Stock Advisor Canada — so you can lock in massive savings off the list price. To learn more about the service and to take advantage of this offer, just click here now!

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