For the last 5 years, I’ve been a member of Motley Fool One. At almost the same time that I became a member of One, I began this site with the intention of providing objective reviews of Motley Fool One, and all the various services that it offers.
But next month, my 5 year subscription to Motley Fool One will expire and I will need to decide what to do next. This decision is a big one as not only will it impact the future of this site, but it will have a big impact on my own investing. So I want to make sure I do the right thing.
A lot has changed in the last 5 years: Motley Fool One has changed, investing has never been more accessible and affordable, and there’s been an explosion of investment news sources and tools. We’re in the middle of a bull market in capital markets, technological development, and personal freedoms yet the general zeitgeist has never been more pessimistic and divisive. And on a personal level, I’ve also changed – personally, professionally, and my investment goals and approach have also evolved.
So as I decide what to do next, I will be writing a series of articles exploring my current thoughts on the Motley Fool, and outlining my thought process on what to do next. Stay tuned and let me know if you have any specific questions you’d like me to address.