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walt67, I have subscribed to various TMF services over the years, and I think that I did learn
more about investing from these services, and from the Fools of TMF who write and comment
on these services. I am currently subscribed to Stock Advisor.

The one thing I don't agree with is that these services recommend a stock every week.
It is very hard to find great companies to invest in, let alone finding 1 every week.
They do recommend stocks that they have already recommended, which is a good thing.
One of the best lessons I've learned was to invest in companies I already own, whose
stock price has gone up from my previous purchases. As is said, winners keep on
winning ( sometimes,lol ).

If I'm going to own 50 stocks, I'll just buy index funds.
Absolutely everybody is different, have different time horizons, have different
goals, etc. As has been stated elsewhere on this thread, you can find index funds
that focus on growth, value, etc, and target funds that take into account your age.
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