Best Paid growth investing newsletter to follow?

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b00ger
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Best Paid growth investing newsletter to follow?

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thinking of subscribing to Fool's newsletter to save on some research work (but will still overlay with my own due diligence nonetheless). Is there any other highly recommended stock pick newsletter that consistently outperforms the index?
Triple digit golfer
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Nope.
dukeblue219
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Any newsletter that could do that would at the very least run a mutual fund instead, or a high expense hedge fund. They'd make billions instead of charging a few thousand readers $49/year.
mega317
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Someone who could consistently outperform an index would not be wasting time writing a newsletter.
https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6212
ScubaHogg
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I think you are on the wrong board. Bogleheads is generally about low-cost, passive, diversified index funds. It’s not a place where individual stock picking is going to get much sympathy. Recommend you start here and read up.

https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Boglehe ... philosophy

https://www.bogleheads.org/wiki/Getting_started
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jrbdmb
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b00ger wrote: Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:14 pm thinking of subscribing to Fool's newsletter to save on some research work (but will still overlay with my own due diligence nonetheless). Is there any other highly recommended stock pick newsletter that consistently outperforms the index?
Appreciate any link to an article that has done research to confirm that the Fool "consistently outperforms the index" (whatever that index is). :happy
annu
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Well if they share what is the new Amazon like stock, please let me know... :mrgreen:
mega317
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ScubaHogg wrote: Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:19 pm It’s not a place where individual stock picking is going to get much sympathy.
This is oversimplified. There is an evidence-based reason so many feel that way, it's not a cult.
https://www.bogleheads.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6212
StealthRabbit
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Post by StealthRabbit »

Depends what your focus for growth is... You want to follow a plan that fits you.

Newsletter actual performance is no secret.
http://hulbertratings.com/12-month-scoreboard/

Some of these are very Boglehead-like...

None are clear winners of absolute growth perpetually.

I get several newsletters / summaries (share memberships with a large group).
Only gleaned for their perspective and research. Not as the gospel truth.

Have done IBD for many years, as guidance and training. Nice articles on new innovations and economic activities, and great screening tools.

Basically...I'm invested primarily as a boglehead with minor 'side interests'.

I use times like these as opportunity to test my 'side interests'.
Gains (?) will flow to boglehead portfolio.
ScubaHogg
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mega317 wrote: Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:53 pm
ScubaHogg wrote: Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:19 pm It’s not a place where individual stock picking is going to get much sympathy.
This is oversimplified. There is an evidence-based reason so many feel that way, it's not a cult.
I’ve been on this board a long time and in no way think it’s a “cult”, please don’t put words in my mouth. If the OP wants to play the single stock game he is not going to get a lot of help here. Do you disagree with that statement? Personally I feel that the OP will be better off following a Bogleheads approach, but didn’t feel the need to write him/her a thesis on why. That’s why I redirected towards the wiki.
“Unexpected Returns dominate the Expected Returns” - Ken French
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