Both of these newsletters are about picking stocks, and they come from the same source, The Motley Fool.
How Are They the Same?
- The focus is on individual stocks and recommendations for specific stocks to add to your portfolio.
- You can find out about different types of analysis and learn the decision-making process behind each.
- Both consistently beat market performance over time.
How Are They Different?
- Uses picks from both Tom and David Gardner.
- Focuses on more conventional stocks.
- Looks for stocks that should be held for at least five years.
- Stock Advisor currently has a higher average return since its inception than Rule Breakers.
- Only uses picks from David Gardner and his team of analysts.
- Focuses on companies that are counterintuitive but could win big.
- Offers a list of stocks for starting a portfolio.
Pricing and Plans
- Stock Advisor: $199 per year ($99 for the first year)
- Rule Breakers: $299 per year ($99 for the first year)
Both newsletters have access to The Motley Fool customer service. This is available through email, as well as offering phone support 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.