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Hello,

I just noticed that the Motley Fool Premium account used to include the picks from both Tom and David. Each had their performance rated and each stock recommendation would denote who was recommending. Of course sometimes this would overlap, but it is important to know because the performance difference between Tom and David was significant.

It is not the same service if we don't have both perspectives denoted and shown transparently. Although one could argue that they joined forces, or that one left, it is an important feature, and piece of information that when omitted, would otherwise make this service less valuable.

Please return to the previous method of denoting who is recommending which stock because for those who have paid for this information, it is important.

Thank you,

AndySee
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I don't follow this but I thought one of them was no longer involved in the stock selections.
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Hi, richinaz.

Yes, David Gardner has stepped away from the company analysis and recommendation side of The Motley Fool. He is still hosting the Rule Breakers podcast, however, but he is no longer involved in the Stock Advisor or Rule Breakers premium services.

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Agree, the point being it is helpful to be able to sort the performance based on which team is recommending. Tom and the team formally known as David
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