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I was not personally too happy to see the I/O comparison to ARK. They are not playing the same game.

For me, the value of I/O is two fold:

1/ Understanding things I can never grasp on my own (why would TWLO be a high growth stock from here?)

2/ Their tech analysis guy is very sensible. While I don't care for that when it comes to my direct holdings, I can use 25-30% of my 401k to navigate around corrections in that account.

For me, it is #2 that justifies the cost though I/O is, in my opinion, much better as a portfolio service than the one TMF portfolio service I test drove. So if one is buying in order to just mimic a portfolio and don't really do much on their own, then 500$ per year that also covers entry and exit guidance is truly a great price.

The I/O fund can be used in a variety of ways, but I personally think that for people interested in making their own decisions, it goes well with both TMF and ARK.
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