Motley Fool Supernova is opening up to new members today. The marketing offer is filled with the usual 100 pages of hyperbolic infomercialism, highlighting some of their best picks (Apple and Netflix), and this time touting the opening of their Phoenix 2 portfolio which will basically replicate the original Phoenix portfolio, now that it is has shifted into its second stage.
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The pricing remains very close to what it was back in February. The one year price has gone up by $100, but the multi-year subscriptions remain the same. And as they have done in the past the are offering a one-month money back guarantee for 1 year subscriptions, and full one-year money back guarantee for any of the multi-year subscriptions.
- 5 years: $3,999 ($800/year)
- 3 years: $3,499 ($1,166/year)
- 2 years: $2,799 ($1,400/year)
- 1 year: $1,599