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Drake McHugh  <div class="ournews_points"><span>189</span></div>
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Motley Fool does have some excellent investment reporting. The problem we face in using them is that they reserve most of the good analysis for paid clients. They also don’t differentiate well in the clickbait vs the free content.

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