A Motley Fool Emergency Summit: Is Buy and Hold Dead? special report

Buy and Hold Is Dead! Or Is It?
Motley Fool Investor Summit 2009

"Now, you can tap into the best investing minds I've ever met... without leaving your living room"

Scott Schedler
President, The Motley Fool

Dear Fellow Investor,

Join Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner as he hosts an emergency analyst summit. Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner, James Early, Tim Hanson, and Motley Fool PRO lead analyst Jeff Fischer will be on hand to answer the most pressing question facing investors today:

Is buy and hold dead? The answer may surprise you. Be on hand to hear every word, including...

  • Why you can still make money in this market -- This market's got the most steadfast buy-and-hold investors rattled. This is no time to go it alone. Jeff Fischer... James Early... Tim Hanson... hear what they're advising their subscribers to do now -- and what you can do to protect and grow your wealth in what's sure to be a rocky second-half 2009!
  • Why it really is different this time -- And why it isn't. Discover the surprising reason why Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner argues that buy and hold is not only dead -- it's been dead for years! But there's one thing you can do to boost your odds of beating the market.
  • A new buy-and-hold strategy for a new era -- For every new problem facing investors today, there is a new solution. Savvy buy-and-hold investors are putting these new solutions to work creating higher-return, lower-volatility strategies and an expanded toolbox.

Admission is free to Motley Fool readers. But you must be registered to attend. Simply enter your email below. There's no obligation or commitment required at this time.

Please don't miss out on this opportunity to sit down with some of the nation's top independent analysts.

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