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Motley Fool Money is a daily podcast for stock investors. Weekday episodes offer a long-term perspective on business news with The Motley Fool's investment analysts. Weekend shows are a mix of investing classes and longer-form interviews. The show is hosted by Dylan Lewis, Ricky Mulvey, and Mary Long.
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Saving, spending, planning — you've got money questions and we've got answers. Every week host Alison Southwick and personal finance expert Robert Brokamp challenge the conventional wisdom on life's biggest financial issues to reveal what you really need to know to make smart money moves. Send your questions to answers@fool.com.
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Money Talk is the weekly podcast from Fool.co.uk. Hosted by investing expert David Kuo, this roundtable discussion features Fool.co.uk writers thrashing out the financial issues of the day with a range of guests from the financial world. Join us as we take an irreverent look at anything and everything to do with money – from personal finance to investing to what mini skirts have to do with Britain’s economy (a lot, according to David). Whether you’re after money saving tips that actually wor ...
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Venture capitalists don’t mind strike-outs, so long as they get their home runs. What can stock investors learn from that approach? Ricky Mulvey talks with Ilya Strebulaev and Alex Dang, co-authors of “The Venture Mindset: How to Make Smarter Bets and Achieve Extraordinary Growth,” about: The benefits of building an “anti-portfolio” Why it pays to …
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– A Vanguard stream of consciousness from a listener – Where can I invest a large sum for income? – Are takeovers just a series of gotchas? – If not now, when to buy the banks? – In praise of context and meaning – Should I care if a company issues more shares? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In 2018, the U.S. box office grossed almost $12 billion. This year, it’s expected to bring in closer to $8 billion. What’s eating the silver screen? Catie Peiper, the Fool’s resident entertainment expert, joins Ricky Mulvey for a look at the state of the movie industry. They discuss: The relationship between streamers, studios, and theaters. How lo…
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AI continues to float Nvidia’s boat, and it's helping an unlikely old school name in tech. (00:21) Jason Moser and Bill Mann discuss: - Nvidia’s blowout quarter and upcoming stock split. - Why buy-now-pay-later is going to start looking more like the credit card industry, and what Jamie Dimon has to say about the state of JP Morgan. - Earnings upda…
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The tech giant continues to crush analysts’ lofty expectations. (00:20) Asit Sharma joins Ricky Mulvey to discuss the boom of Nvidia’s data center business, future growth stories for the company, and some questions about its valuation. Then, (13:08) Matt Frankel and Mary Long continue their conversation about David and Goliath business match-ups. C…
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Just how resilient is resilient? (00:21) Jason Moser and Mary Long take a look at Target earnings, the “resilient consumer,” and new rules for the Buy Now, Pay Later industry. Then, at (14:47), Matt Frankel joins for some David-versus-Goliath stock matchups. Companies discussed: TGT, WMT, COST, AFRM, PYPL, FICO, UPST, DKNG, CHDN Host: Mary Long Gue…
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A lot, actually. (00:21) Bill Mann and Ricky Mulvey discuss JPMorgan’s investor day and CEO Jamie Dimon’s thoughts on stock buybacks and inflation. They also talk about the shift toward fast-casual dining and Red Lobster’s bankruptcy. Then, (17:05) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp answer listener questions about 403(b) accounts and saving for co…
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Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly have soared on GLP-1 weight-loss drugs – now Hims & Hers is trying to get in on the action with a more available and affordable option. (00:21) Asit Sharma and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Hims & Hers getting into the business of GLP-1 weight loss injections and what the compound market means for Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly. - A…
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So, you want to grow your wealth. What’s the best way to do it? In this special episode of Motley Fool Money, we team up with our friends at the real-estate investing site Bigger Pockets to debate whether stocks or real-estate investing will get you more bang for your buck. Fool analysts Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger are our fighters for stocks.…
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The Dow’s fresh 40k milestone reminds us that the index isn’t all about industrials, and that it’s caught up with the tech-heavy times. (00:21) Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger discuss: - The Dow Jones at 40k, and a look back at the major companies that have led the exchange as it’s moved from traditional industrials and manufacturing to other indu…
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The streamer now has Christmas football games. First, (00:21) Nick Sciple and Ricky Mulvey discuss Netflix’s play into live TV and the bundling of streaming services. Plus, they take a quick look at earnings from Walmart. Then, (17:12) Motley Fool Contributor Lou Whiteman joins Mary Long to discuss how airlines and Airbnb are experiencing a cooldow…
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Step aside, Siri. A new generation of AI voice assistants has arrived. First, (00:21) Asit Sharma and Mary Long dive into today’s inflation report and talk through the latest AI offerings from Alphabet and OpenAI. Then, (16:03) Ricky Mulvey asks Jason Hall whether co-CEOS are ever a good idea. Stock Advisor discount for podcast listeners: www.fool.…
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One tweet is all it takes to add a few billion dollars in market cap. First, (00:21) Jim Gillies and Ricky Mulvey discuss the surge in short term speculation over meme stocks, and the long-term investment story at Home Depot. Then, (19:05) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp discuss how investors can evaluate exchange traded funds. Companies/Ticker…
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Private equity has $2.6 trillion in dry powder to put to work, is Squarespace at the top of a long shopping list? (00:21) Jason Moser and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Permira private equity’s plans to take website-builder Squarespace private at $6.9B. - The Biden administration’s reported plans to raise tariffs on EVs, solar equipment, and medical suppli…
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“Ideas are cheap; the people are what matter.” Startups face a lot of risk. But research suggests that 65% of startups fail because of one particular problem: people. Ricky Mulvey caught up with Martin Gonzalez, creator of Google’s Effective Founders Project, to discuss what public investors can learn from the people problems that plague startups… …
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