Our mission at The Motley Fool is to make the world smarter, happier, and richer. As a result, 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 Canada service is right for you?
Here’s a chart that helps describe how our three premium services complement each other.
As a rule of thumb, we generally recommend that the price of our services is less than or equal to 2%-3% of your investable wealth. This is a reasonable way to help you decide which service is better for you between Stock Advisor Canada, Dividend Investor Canada and Hidden Gems Canada.
What you get
Stock Advisor Canada offers two recommendations each month on a fixed schedule (the second and fourth Wednesday), one of which is from the Canadian market, while the other is from a major U.S. index. You also get the team’s selection of “Best Buys Now,” a handful of “Stocks on Our Radar,” and tons of other great investing information.
Dividend Investor Canada is designed with the explicit goal of leading Canadian investors to what we believe to be the single best Canadian dividend-paying stock on the market each month. In addition to our monthly recommendations, members will also have access to a wide range of dividend-focused reports, studies, articles, and commentaries — and will be given guidance on everything from how to know which dividend stocks to buy… to how to spot “dangerous” dividend payers.
At Hidden Gems, we specialize in finding and recommending small-cap companies that we believe offer meaningful capital gains potential. As such, we focus on investing in small-cap stocks (market capitalization of less than $2 billion). We prefer to hold stocks for at least three years, and, like Warren Buffett, our ideal holding period is forever. We also believe the best way to deal with individual company risks and volatility inherent in small-caps is for members to own at least 20 Hidden Gems Canada stocks.
Note that all three membership services are online-only, and we do not send out printed copies of our recommendations. However, all the web pages can be printed out if you want to digest our analysis at a more leisurely pace.
Finally, don’t forget that every Motley Fool product comes with a subscription guarantee.
And if you’re still not sure which is right for you, fear not! All of our services come with a 30-day subscription-fee 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, in full, with no quibbling.
We want you to be a member of the investing service that’s right for you.
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Team Fool Canada
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