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Everlasting Portfolio was originally created for the Motley Fool One, which includes all TMF premium services from around the world. It consists of quarterly recommendations selected by Tom Gardner, investing TMF money and holding for at least 5 years, no exceptions. Tom Gardner committed to the companies in the Everlasting Portfolio being the only equities he would directly own. It was spun off a little while back into its own premium service, but the structure and management of the portfolio did not change.

Everlasting Stocks is an idea service whose universe of companies from where recommendations may be drawn is those companies recommended in the Everlasting Portfolio. There were 15 companies initially, with 5 additional recommendations offered quarterly. While not a real-money or managed portfolio, the service does offer some allocation guidance that Fools can use in constructing their own portfolios.

For an existing EP member (and you may want to ask on the EP Service Community discussion boards), you get much more for your service dollar than you get for Everlasting Stocks. That explains the price difference.

Who notes Everlasting Stocks is considered a front-end idea service on the same lines as Stock Advisor and Rule Breakers...

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