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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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What would you do if you had $10 million in cryptocurrency? Nathaniel Eliason is the author of Crypto Confidential: Winning and Losing Millions in the New Frontier of Finance. The Motley Fool’s Scott Kassing caught up with Eliason for a conversation about: - How Eliason’s journey in crypto affected how he thinks about risk. - Why speculative crypto…
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Liz Ann Sonders is a Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab. The Motley Fool’s Bill Mann interviewed Sonders for our member event FoolFest. This show is a cut of that conversation. They discuss: - How a deluge of economic information has changed investing. - What’s happening beneath the surface of broad market indexes. …
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After a year and a half of the big names pushing the market forwards, some of the smaller companies are starting to go on a run. (00:21) Bill Mann and Jason Moser discuss: - The Russell 2000s unusual spike, and why it’s a mix of good news and bad news. - The Crowdstrike update that grounded planes and the stock this morning, and what it says about …
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The traders are making money and credit card delinquencies are hopefully plateauing. (00:21) Matt Frankel and Ricky Mulvey discuss: - Bank of America’s comeback story. - What big financial institutions are counting on from the Fed. - Why commercial real estate giant Prologis is getting into the data center business. Then, (17:58) Motley Fool contri…
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Alphabet eyes its biggest acquisition of all time in Wiz, and a struggling retailer’s outlook gets worse – but it might be a buying opportunity for investors. (00:22) Jason Moser and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Retirement lessons and a reminder to ignore the exogenous from our colleagues at FoolFest 2024. - Why Alphabet is eying a $23B cybersecurity acq…
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We’re picking CEOs for investors to watch. (1:01) Recorded live at FoolFest 2024, Bill Mann, Asit Sharma, and Ricky Mulvey discuss earnings from Charles Schwab and their takeaways from the conference. (7:50) Then, they draft their favorite CEOs in the following categories– capital allocation, growth stories, turnarounds, and wildcard picks. A corre…
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We’re on with members in Washington DC looking ahead at some of the major themes of the market in 2024 and looking back at a decade of FoolFests. (0:49) Matt Argersinger and Andy Cross discuss: - Why dividends and some specific market indicators are in focus at FoolFest. - What to watch as earnings season picks up – Netflix’s metrics game, and whet…
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Steve Jobs was famous for his micromanagement, but he never visited Apple’s manufacturing plants in China. Ryan Holiday is a best-selling author and a student of stoic philosophy. His latest book is Right Thing, Right Now: Good Values. Good Character. Good Deeds. Dylan Lewis caught up with Holiday for a conversation about: - How investors can imple…
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Mike Maples is a co-founding partner at the venture capital firm, Floodgate. He’s also the author of the new book, “Pattern Breakers: Why Some Start-Ups Change the Future.” Alex Friedman caught up with Maples for a conversation about: How to spot true visionaries. Missing out on an early investment opportunity in Airbnb. Whether the AI future will …
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The Fed and big players in the market are keeping an eye on unemployment and the federal deficit too. (00:21) Ron Gross and Bill Mann discuss: - How Fed Chair Jerome Powell and Jamie Dimon have more than inflation on their mind when it comes to the interest rate picture – they’re watching unemployment, the federal deficit, and spending. - Why bank …
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Fed Chair Jerome Powell is keeping tabs on commercial real estate. (00:21) Asit Sharma and Ricky Mulvey discuss stress in the CRE market, Delta’s quarter, and Tesla’s 50% run-up over the last month. Then, (16:23) we play an audio-only version of “Scoreboard” from Fool Live, our member’s only livestream. Anand Chokkavelu hosts Lou Whiteman and Rick …
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The market may be overvalued, but some stocks are underpriced. (00:21) Tim Beyers and Mary Long talk about whether we’re in an AI bubble, lofty tech valuations, and what an unchecked Sam Altman might mean for the rest of us. Then, (17:28) Sanmeet Deo and Ricky Mulvey discuss energy drinks as investments, and whether Monster or Celsius deserves the …
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A couple of weeks ago, Skydance Media’s offer to buy Paramount looked like it was dead. Now, both companies have a joint press release announcing the deal. (00:21) Jason Moser and Ricky Mulvey discuss: - What Skydance Media is getting in the Paramount deal. - Why Netflix is winning the streaming wars. - Questions that investors should ask before pu…
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(00:21) Asit Sharma and Dylan Lewis discuss: - How the airline industry’s focus on capacity and being able to supply more flights means fares are low, even in the face of record demand. - Eli Lilly’s $3.2B acquisition of Morphic, why it’s interested in the inflammatory bowel disease markets, and a few risks to keep in mind for the high-flying provi…
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