Looks like its $95 to become a member and $225 to become an investor. Hard to find on the website what the difference is between the two, although presumably there are different range of services for those categories. I guess you get access to their advisory services and stamp ratings for the latter.
After 40 years overseeing pension funds, I believe the best way to become rich in the investment business is to be the advisor, not the investor.
I did some work for Richard back in 2008 and with me he was honest and paid his bills fast. The site has been around since the early days, at least as early as 1998, and with many iterations. But I've never been able to buy anything as there was very limited action.