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Author: cgarchitekt Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 333  
Subject: Re: Why I'm frustrated with Motley Fool Date: 2/5/2014 2:51 PM
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I agree to some of your statements Karl. Especially in the case of Supernova subscribtion. Like you, I'm not in a position to pay a fee of $1,500 for a yearly subscribtion of a service that proposes investments I have not enough money for. I'm subscribed here in the Stock Advisor to make more out that little money I still own to get some advice to make a safer future. If I would subscribe to a service like Supernova and spend such an amount of money than I've not enough for investing in the proposed stocks to make more out of it (perhaps still in one or two stock proposals but not more). And this is the foolish thing.

Supernova is for people who have a lot more money than people like us - the wage earners who's future looks bleak - as you described it Karl and I'm not from the US. I'm living in Germany and here it looks not very different. My only concerns are when it comes to my retierement and that's not so far away - years are passing faster the older you get.
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Horst
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