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Author: RHinCT Big red star, 1000 posts Ticker Guide SC1 Red Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 137  
Subject: Re: Fool Disclosure and Paid Content Date: 7/10/2010 10:34 AM
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It has been over two months with no reply to this question. I went back and re-read the disclosure policy to see if I missed something the first time around. If I did, I missed it again the second time.

It is quite clear about the disclosure rules that must be followed by individuals associated with MF. I certainly see no problem with them.

It is quite clear about when MF will never disclose that a stock is a pick of one of the paid services (30 day rule). As a subscriber to one I appreciate that.

I can find nothing defining a rule about revealing what stocks are picks of paid services outside the 30 day window that follows a paid service recommendation. I see such disclosures all the time at the end of MF articles, but I still can not find anything in the disclosure policy about them. It seems contradictory that one of the most common disclosures made by MF is not covered by the disclosure policy.

Anyone care to comment this time?
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