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The Motley Fool developed a 25-question test of true-false questions that lets you decide for yourself if a stock is risky or sound. The page is now missing - what happened?
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It was likely moved behind the Rulebreakers or Stock Advisor premium services. Here is a recent RBI podcast episode that walks through them for free.
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Hi, foolrhd.

I think you are talking about Risk Ratings, which were part of the Team David side of Stock Advsior and Rule Breakers. With David Gardner stepping away from the Foolish advisory services, that feature has been removed. I am told that the SA and RB product teams are in the process of reimagining how that might be incorporated into the services going forward (note that Tom Gardner does not do risk ratings).

Who notes Rule Breakers and Stock Advisor are continuing with the same Rule Breaker investing values David brought to his analysis process, and the product development teams are working hard to improve the way that analysis is presented; he expects they will get the tools Fools depend on back into the services...

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The podcast is just a rehash of the G boys' books and a waste of time. Instead, if it's checklists you want --and you want them for free-- head on over to

SimplyWall.St is another good site, as are the checklists found in the book Fire Your Stock Analyst. In short, there are plenty of better resources out there than what TMFs offers.
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