Scofield, John RFrom: Scofield, John RSent: Monday, July 02, 2001 2:45 PMTo: 'email@example.com'Subject: 2 July columnSir,I dearly wished today's reporting on The Motley Fool had beenless sensationalist and more journalistic. Having been a loyalreader of both the WSJ and Motley Fool, I can say quite confidentlythat you have no idea what it is you've chosen to write about today.To begin, you've completely missed Messr.'s Gardners repeatedencouragement to -all- that their strategIES (plural emphasis)are not to be mimic'd. You espouse Dr. Corigliano in your openingquote as a man duped by bad advice when the truth is he madehis own choices yet lays blame on Motley Fool. He has onlyhimself to blame for not listening to start with and making choicesnot grounded in his own best understanding.(*)(mis)Quoting a speaker's forum in comparison to a stock forumillustrates quite vividly your lack of understanding of the communityat The Motley Fool. There is no dating service on the He/She forum.CISCO owners kid around too on their forum. Tell me truthfully, didyour research on the site and any of its participants last longer thana few hours? Did you actually read any of the philosophies that havegathered these individual investors together?Educate, amuse, enrich: ring any bells?I sincerely hope the subject of your next column will be paid moreattention than The Motley Fool seems to have been given. I for onewill be reading your words a little more cautiously.(*)http://boards.fool.com/Message.asp?mid=15030018 was not posted by brokeGyalJohn R. Scofield
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