A number of people have come to this blog recently, searching for a list of stocks in Motley Fool's Million Dollar Portfolio. The newsletter publisher is investing $1 million of its own money. For a fee of $500 a year, and $1000 renewal for each subsequent year, subscribers can follow Motley Fool's real stock trades.
Given the hefty fees, it's unsurprising that people are searching for a free list of Motley Fool's holdings. I doubt you'll find one, however, as it would almost certainly violate the Million Dollar Portfolio's terms of service. This is the reason I haven't posted lists of Motley Fool's recommended stocks in my reviews of Stock Advisor and Income Investor.
The best way to find out which stocks Motley Fool is buying and selling is to sign up for the Million Dollar Portfolio. I'm not a subscriber and have no idea what the Million Dollar Portfolio's holdings currently are. Nevertheless, there is publicly available information on many (perhaps all?) of the Million Dollar Portfolio's (possibly past) holdings.
As of 11/17/08, the below stocks are or have been owned by the Motley Fool. Click on the links for the source of the information.
Allied Irish Banks (AIB)
American Eagle Outfitters (AEO)
American Express (AXP)
Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY)
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B)
Best Buy (BBY)
Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD)
Capital Source (CSE)
IPG Photonics (IPGP)
KHD Humboldt Wedag (KHD)
S&P Depository Receipts (SPY)
UMB Scout Small Cap Fund (UMBHX)
Under Armour (UA)
*Might be held in the new Motley Fool Pro.