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This Mortal Coil were a British music collective led by Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of the British record label 4AD. Although Watts-Russell and John Fryer were the only two official members, the band's recorded output featured a large rotating cast of supporting artists, many of whom were otherwise associated with 4AD, including members of Cocteau Twins, Pixies, and Dead Can Dance. The project became known for its gothic, dream pop sound, and released three full albums beginning in 1984 with It'll End in Tears

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paul little says

"Hell, joined two months ago. Everything they have recommended has gone down the pan. Already lost 4k. Not great feeling. Joined and paid for expert advice."

Me says

"I joined motley about 3 months ago after listening to all your hype. I am new to trading and thought you might be able to advise on helping me to start building my portfolio. I must say I'm not that impressed on the tips so far 8 out 9 have been losing money. All I seem to get of you is give us some more money and you will give me the better tips"

CK Hu says

"bad bad bad, they just base on hype to recommend stocks"

Ally P says

"Their model is incredibly suspect and I am in the process of writing up a report to the FCA about certain practises. They run hit pieces based on terrible logic on popular and excellent growth stocks which they know the market is looking at. They run these articles to draw attention to their own platform and get you to invest in their own longer term picks. It's essentially a pump and dump while sticking the knife in anything else around you regardless of whether that company is an excellent choice or not. A good example would be Novacyt, which they said not to buy at 66p this year. Everyone could see how incredible this company was about to become with expected revenues from 200 to 500 million in 2020 alone, likely to be worth a market cap of £6+ by all analysts in the industry. That stock is currently now at around 300p and growing. Motley fool ran a hit piece on the company, and several others to try to convince readers to come and buy their own picks. They have embedded a Russian operative called Anna Sokolidou who has some position in a dodgy Russian 'non-dom' Cyprus based tax advisory office helping clients avoid taxes, called Andrievsky Capital. The namesake advisor sells his services based on some outrageous lies about predicting previous financial crises and having written documentaries etc. The setup is the model which the EU regulators have been trying to get shut down since the last crisis. He has fake photoshopped pictures of him in front of beaches and the like and a stack of stock imagery to give an impression of wealth. The next part of the scam is that Anna Sokolidou has been creating stock pick accounts online. The trick here is to pick around 5 super safe stocks, (eg. UBS etc) then don't add anything else to it. These stock pick sites make it look like you're a good stock picker with at least positive returns. Anna Sokolidou's actual stock picks where she says don't buy, or do buy on The Motley Fool are not added of course, because that would show how outrageously shady her advice is. Looking at Anna's actual Motley Fool articles, virtually every company she has run a hit piece on, is up, many by a large margin, with excellent future outlooks, making the hit-pieces even more bizarre. She is due a knock from the FCA soon to investigate her links to the Russian operation in a tax haven, her role and reason for being embedded in a UK stock advice blog (even though she has no financial background or industry experience of any note) and any stock purchases or shorts by her or Russian partners connected to any of her advice. I have also been told that her and another Russian she is connected to may have fake credentials on sites like Linkedln about locations they have studied at."

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