by CI Staff
The Motley Fool is a multimedia financial service website that provides a wealth of invaluable information for investors of every kind. The website publishes hundreds of articles each week that offer news, analysis, and commentary on a variety of stocks, markets, and topics, such as bonds, investing basics, and retirement. The website is highly collaborative, which means that users can share their opinions, seek and give advice, and even edit some of the website’s pages. The Motley Fool has also published a variety of newspaper columns, books, and other media, such as its free Motley Fool Money Radio Show. Users can also subscribe to several investment newsletters for investors of every profile, from Small-Cap to International Stocks.
After a user signs up, the website creates a profile, which can be found under the My Fool tab. Users can edit their profiles as they see fit. Unlike most multimedia websites, profiles here are geared toward investing. Users can add their education and career background, their investing areas of expertise, and information regarding their investing style, such as methodology and risk tolerance. Since the website allows users to follow each other, profiles help users determine whether or not they want to follow someone.
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