Motley Fool Everlasting Portfolio Terms and Conditions of Service
Welcome to Motley Fool Everlasting Portfolio (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 10 OF THE FOOL’S RULES.
Motley Fool Everlasting Portfolio
The Service is composed of real-money investments and is not an actively managed portfolio. The Everlasting Portfolio is funded by The Motley Fool, LLC on a quarterly basis and consequently, any realized gains or losses will belong to The Motley Fool. The Everlasting Portfolio will only contain long positions, and we plan on holding all positions for a minimum of 5 years from their initial purchase date. Special circumstances, like an acquisition or delisting, may require the sale of a position before 5 years have passed. When that happens, we will give guidance to all current members in advance of any action by the portfolio.
The Motley Fool strives to operate with the highest level of integrity and to treat everyone — our customers, employees and community — fairly. With that in mind, we’ve put in place guidelines for our trading in the Everlasting Portfolio. These rules are in addition to our standard trading rules. They include:
- The Everlasting Portfolio is committed to making its transaction at the first available time compliant with our trading rules, but not less than 24 hours after the time the trade alert has been published.
- If a Motley Fool Service has issued an Intent or Alert to trade, The Everlasting Portfolio will refrain from issuing its trade alert in the security for 24 hours.
From time to time, other features may be added or removed without notice. Special features, exclusive reports and other content may be made available to members of The Everlasting Portfolio.
Please note there may be occasions where The Everlasting Portfolio takes a position with respect to a security that is counter to that of another Fool Premium Service. Another affiliate of The Motley Fool provides investment products that may hold securities mentioned in our publications. Editorial personnel have no nonpublic knowledge of the affiliate's holdings, and the affiliate's personnel have no knowledge of any editorial content before it is published.
The Everlasting Portfolio bases its actions and forecasts on techniques, information and sources believed to be reliable in the past and cannot guarantee future accuracy and results. The Motley Fool is a company of investors writing for investors and as such, the writers (and/or the company) may own stocks mentioned by The Everlasting Portfolio. For more information about writer disclosure, as well as a list of places where you can view stocks our writers and analysts own, see our disclosure policy.
A Word of Caution
As stated above, the Service may use a mix of investing strategies within the portfolio. 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 trades 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 pledging our money. We urge you to do the same.
We want to help you make money. We also want to provide you with a more enriching and useful experience along the way. So while we may ask you a few questions to help direct you to portfolios and other content we think may interest you, The Motley Fool is not in the business of rendering personalized or individualized investment advice. We don't (and can't) know your financial situation, risk tolerances, or investing objectives. Accordingly, the information provided along with the decisions made and actions taken by the Service do not constitute a recommendation that a particular portfolio, security, strategy or action taken is suitable for you, or any specific person for that matter.
The Service bases its recommendations and forecasts on techniques, information and sources believed to be reliable in the past and cannot guarantee future accuracy and results. The Motley Fool and the writers will not be liable for any investment decision you make, or action you take based upon reliance of any material you read here. The Motley Fool is a company of investors writing for investors and as such, the writers (and/or the company) may own stocks mentioned by the Service. For more information about writer disclosure, as well as a list of places where you can view stocks our writers and analysts own, see our disclosure policy.
Disclaimer of Warranties and Liabilities
By using the Service, you agree that The Motley Fool, its directors, its employees, and its agents will not be liable for any investment decision made or action taken by you and others based upon reliance on any information we publish. Please remember that past results are not necessarily indicative of future performance.
Under no circumstances will The Motley Fool, its employees, or its agents be liable for direct, indirect, incidental, or any other type of damages resulting from your use or downloading of any material on our sites, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages. This includes, but is no way limited to, loss or injury caused in whole or in part by our negligence or by things beyond our control in creating or delivering the Service or any of our services. This disclaimer of liability does not apply in New Jersey.
Although this is included in the Fool's Rules, it bears repeating (and capitalizing):
ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED OR MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE SERVICE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS." THE MOTLEY FOOL HEREBY DISCLAIMS ALL REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. WITH RESPECT TO OUR WEBSITES, OUR SERVICES, ANY CONTENT, TOOLS, OR PRODUCTS, YOU EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT YOU WILL ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND THE PERFORMANCE OF OUR SERVICES AND THE ACCURACY AND COMPLETENESS OF ITS CONTENT.
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The Everlasting Portfolio Membership Fee; Terminating Your Membership.
You are responsible for the applicable membership fee as set forth on this site. If you are currently a subscriber to other Motley Fool services, those memberships are separate and subject to their own term. The fee does not include any charges you incur in accessing those Premium Services.
The Motley Fool reserves the right to increase The Everlasting Portfolio’s fees or institute new charges upon reasonable notice. Fees are due in advance. Unless otherwise explicitly noted at the time of ordering, your membership will automatically renew until you notify us of your decision to terminate your membership YOU ARE PROVIDING YOUR ELECTRONIC AUTHORIZATION FOR FUTURE CHARGES AGAINST YOUR CREDIT CARD ON FILE UNLESS YOU CANCEL. Accordingly, you agree that your Everlasting Portfolio membership fee will be billed automatically at the beginning of each renewal period at the then-current rate to the credit card you used in your most recent transaction with us.
At our discretion, refunds may be offered in certain situations.
You may cancel your Everlasting Portfolio subscription at any time, however, there are NO REFUNDS.
From time to time, promotions may be offered. If you purchase during a promotion, then the terms of that offer will be honored. Please note that any such promotions are available only to new, first time Everlasting Portfolio members. If you previously subscribed to The Everlasting Portfolio, cancelled and subsequently subscribe again, you will not receive a refund for any cancellations.
If you purchased Everlasting Portfolio during the January 2018 sale and are unhappy with the service, you may request after 1 year of Everlasting Portfolio membership to be put into another real money portfolio service (Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio, Motley Fool Pro or Motley Fool Supernova) and have Everlasting Portfolio access terminated during the second year of your membership. Your membership to that portfolio service will be subject to that service’s Terms of Service.
The Service Is Intended for U.S. Residents Only
The Service is aimed at, and published for individuals residing in the United States. The Motley Fool makes no representation that the materials provided, and actions taken by the Service are appropriate for users outside the United States or permitted under the laws of other jurisdictions.
If you choose to access or use the Service from a location other than the United States, you do so at your own initiative and risk, and you bear full responsibility for compliance with any applicable local laws.
Please read the Fool's Rules for more details on our rules and policies including our dispute resolution procedures. If you see something that you think is a violation of the Fool's Rules or these Terms, please notify us at FoolAlert@Fool.com.
The Motley Fool reserves the right to change the Fool's Rules or these Terms at any time. Changes will be posted on the applicable Web page.
Last updated Jan. 2nd, 2018