Rising Stars 2021 Terms and Conditions
Welcome to Motley Fool Rising Stars 2021 ("Rising Stars 2021" or the "Service"). This page sets forth the special Terms and Conditions by which The Motley Fool provides you with access to the Service (the "Terms"). It supplements the Fool's Rules (our standard terms and conditions), which are incorporated by reference. By subscribing to and using the Service, you are agreeing to abide by these Terms as well as the Fool's Rules INCLUDING THE BINDING ARBITRATION AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER DETAILED IN SECTION 13 OF THE FOOL’S RULES.
- Motley Fool Rising Stars 2021
Rising Stars 2021 provides recommendations for buying stock in publicly traded companies on U.S. exchanges. The Service will recommend a collection of stocks up front and later send occasional updates about those or other stocks, and may include ongoing coverage or additional recommendations.
From time to time, we may change the features, offerings and Premium Services included in your Rising Stars 2021 membership but we will provide you with advance notice of any material changes.
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A Word of Caution
The Service may use a mix of investing strategies. Regardless of the action taken by the Service, it is in the capacity of a responsible investor and not a speculator. That doesn't mean our recommendations will always turn out to be winners. It means that we have done our best to do our homework and consider the inherent risks before recommending you invest your money. We urge you to do the same.
This Service may recommend investing in companies that have principal businesses, offices or listings outside of the United States. This means that these companies, their financials, or the information available on these companies could be different than what you can expect from U.S.-based companies.
This Service recommends investing in cryptocurrency. There is question amongst several jurisdictions and regulatory authorities as to whether cryptocurrency is a security. The Motley Fool cannot provide advice on the treatment of cryptocurrency as a security and recommends that investors check with their personal financial advisors to see if investing in cryptocurrency is right for their own financial situation. Cryptocurrency trading involves high risk and is not suitable for all investors. Before deciding to trade cryptocurrencies, tokens, or any other digital asset, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment, and therefore, you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose.
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Last updated April 28, 2021