The Motley Fool
By The Motley Fool
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Stock information and investing advice from The Motley Fool.
App features include:
* Top stories in financial news
* News coverage on Financials, Technology, Energy, Healthcare, Consumer Services, Media & Industrials
* Ticker search
* Motley Fool Money and Market Foolery podcasts
* Offline reading
* Saving and sharing via Facebook, Twitter and email
What's New in Version 1.2
- Fixes a crash when launching on iOS8 devices
- Updated stock ticker symbols
- Layout improvements to fit larger screen devices
The Investors Dream Advice site
This site is for stock market investors. Period. Not stock traders. Know the difference or want to know the difference? This site is for you. TMF is an entire community of folks who deploy their money to buy small portions of companies. Owners of stocks. Not traders of stocks. Riches are made with patient accumulation of the right stocks. Trading, well, trading is an exercise that is more oriented toward making your broker rich. If you want help finding advice and information on company stocks with an eye toward long-term appreciation, here's your place.
Love MF, not this app
Over the yrs MF is increasingly my go-to source of investing info--Even an inaugural member of Fool One. But this app is very disappointing. I don't see the point of the app vs just viewing the full site on a browser, unless you like crashes to break up your screen time a bit. It'd make a huge difference if I could access mY premium services and personal scorecard on here, but I can't. Full site far better than this app w nothing more to download.
Motley Fool needs to get serious with native apps!
Stock advisor and Inside Value are important utilities and I want on my finger tips. Being such a forward thinking and cool company, I don't know why Fool are so behind in their native app strategy. Such an obvious recurring usage pattern with the services. Sorry, this app is a joke. Someone just compiled bunch of news webpages into an app. Please start taking it seriously. Also hook up with Etrade. A Stock Advisor app and Etrade app are the only two things I need on my phone.