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Motley Fool Money

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Join hosts Dylan Lewis, Deidre Woollard, Ricky Mulvey, and Mary Long as they cover the day’s top business news and financial headlines with the Motley Fool's team of investment analysts. Tune in on weekends for the greatest investing classes you never got the chance to take in school and perspectives from special guests helping to shape the future.
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09/22/23 • 41 min

Office real estate appraisals are seeing haircuts worse than the depths of the great financial crisis.

(00:21) Ron Gross and Matt Argersinger discuss: - The Fed walking its talk and maintaining the expectation of another rate hike. - How office real estate is showing signs of trouble, but shouldn’t be weighing down all REITs. - The latest on UAW, WGA, SAG-AFTRA strikes and one metric that shows the gap between company results and worker pay.

(19:11) Justin Hotard, Heads up Hewlett Packard Enterprise's High Performance Computing & Artificial Intelligence segments – breaks down misconceptions around artificial intelligence, and the best ways you can start learning more and understanding the AI future.

(33:22) Ron and Matt break down two stocks on their radar: Fairfax Financial and Nike..

Stocks discussed: WPC, FDX, GIS, NFLX, WBD, F, GM, FRFHF, NKE,

Pullback stocks report – info about the 5 stocks and joining Stock Advisor available at Fool.com/Pullback. Existing Motley Fool premium members can access the report here.

Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger, Sanmeet Deo, Justin Hotard Engineers: Dan Boyd

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09/22/23 • 41 min

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02/25/22 • 39 min

A sudden upswing for stocks late in the week is only the latest reminder of why it's a bad idea to try and time the market. (0:40) Jason Moser and Ron Gross share data that proves staying in the market is much more efficient (and lucrative) for investors than jumping in and out, and discuss: - Etsy increasing their seller transaction fee - Block's transaction revenue growth - Home Depot and Lowe's getting different reactions from similar 4th-quarter reports - The latest from Beyond Meat, Mercadolibre, Fulgent Genetics, and Booking Holdings (19:20) Chief Investment Officer Andy Cross talks with Jeff Green, CEO of The Trade Desk. (32:00) Jason and Ron answer a listener's question about how to build a portfolio. Jason's radar stock is Zoom Video and Ron unveils his "Resilient Basket" of stocks! (Costco, Disney, Domino's Pizza, Home Depot, Microsoft, Target) Got a question about stocks, industries, or trends? Drop as an email [email protected] Stocks discussed: ETSY, SQ, HD, LOW, BYND, MELI, FLGT, BKNG, TTD, ZM, COST, DIS, DPZ, MSFT, TGT Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Ron Gross, Andy Cross, Jeff Green Engineer: Rick Engdahl, Austin Morgan

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02/25/22 • 39 min

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Number Go Up

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09/17/23 • 28 min

“I’d pull back the curtain and there was nothing there.”

The hype of crypto was real. Many of the use cases are still to be determined. Deidre Woollard caught up with Zeke Faux, an investigative reporter for Bloomberg and the author of “Number Go Up: Inside Crypto's Wild Rise and Staggering Fall.” They discuss:

Why investors are quick to throw belief out the window - What really happens at an NFT party with Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Jimmy Fallon - Questions around stablecoins, and one company “quilted out of red flags” - What happens when you spend a book advance on a JPEG image

Tickers discussed: USDT

Host: Deidre Woollard Guest: Zeke Faux Producers: Ricky Mulvey, Mary Long Engineers: Dan Boyd, Annie Pope

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09/17/23 • 28 min

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Stocks for the Long Run

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02/04/23 • 30 min

If you want to know how the market could perform in the future, then look back a couple hundred years. Jeremy Schwartz is the Global Chief Investment Officer at WisdomTree and co-host of the “Behind the Markets” podcast. He’s also co-author of the latest edition of the best-selling book, “Stocks for the Long Run.” Robert Brokamp caught up with Schwartz to discuss: - Why “dying industrial companies” have beaten the broader market - Managing cash in a higher interest rate climate - How often investors should rebalance - The data that the Federal Reserve may be misreading Companies and investments discussed: MSFT, CVS, KO, DTH, AMZN, XOM, CVX, USFR Host: Robert Brokamp Guest: Jeremy Schwartz Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Annie Franks, Tim Sparks

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02/04/23 • 30 min

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AI Is Not A Person

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06/05/23 • 28 min

The Directors Guild’s deal shows just how much the entertainment industry sees AI as a theat.

(00:21) Jason Moser discusses: - What a potential Directors Guild deal means for entertainment. - The challenges facing streamers as they look for more ways to profit from content. - Whether or not Apple can take headsets out of their gaming niche.

(16:36) A simple pack of casino playing cards leads Ricky Mulvey and Asit Sharma on an exploration of how old products can become new again.

Companies discussed: SNPS, META, AAPL, NFLX,DIS,WBD, PARA

Host: Deidre Woollard Guests: Jason Moser, Asit Sharma Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd

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06/05/23 • 28 min

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Eli Lilly's Optimism

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08/08/23 • 20 min

By one count, a drugmaker founded in 1876 is a more expensive stock than Tesla. (Time Stamp)

Ricky Mulvey and Bill Barker discuss: - Tesla’s CFO departure. - Eli Lilly hitting an all-time high, and the drugmaker’s optimistic results. - How Burger King is driving sales growth with limited time offers. - Zoom calling its employees back to the office.

Companies discussed: TSLA, LLA, NVO, QSR, ZM

Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Bill Barker Engineer: Rick Engdahl

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08/08/23 • 20 min

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02/12/22 • 35 min

Want to sound even smarter before, during, and after the big game? Then listen in as Dylan Lewis explores the big-money implications of the Super Bowl, including: - How broadcasters and streaming companies approach live sports - The challenge of getting subscribers to stick with a streaming service - Why some consumer goods companies are aiming for more than just brand recognition - Sports betting's evolution and growth - Prop bets!

Stocks discussed: PEP, TMUS, COKE, FCAU, CMCSA, NFLX, DIS, CZR, PENN, DKNG, WYNN

Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Maria Gallagher, Asit Sharma, Nick Sciple Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl

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02/12/22 • 35 min

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03/10/22 • 22 min

That's how Bill Mann describes the importance of the oil & gas industry in Russia. (0:20) As we take stock of where we are at this moment, Bill discusses: - Ripple effects for European countries - Whether seizing property of Western companies would spell the end of foreign investment in Russia - Why Energy Secretary Granholm's recent comments give him hope - Rising raw material costs affecting companies like McDonald's and Domino's Pizza - The J Curve (12:15) If Russia provides just 3% of America's oil supply then why have gas prices spiked? Ricky Mulvey talks with Nick Sciple to get some context. Stocks discussed: MCD, SBUX, KO, DPZ Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Mann, Nick Sciple Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl

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03/10/22 • 22 min

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The ROI of Design

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12/11/22 • 27 min

Great design can reward a company’s shareholders, but “good enough” doesn’t do much. Mauro Porcini is the Chief Design Officer of PepsiCo and the author of “The Human Side of Innovation: The Power of People in Love with People.” Ricky Mulvey caught up with Porcini to discuss:

Why investors should watch companies with great design thinkers

The strategy behind limited-edition releases

How wearables could change what we eat and drink

Companies mentioned: PEP, MMM, AAPL

Host: Ricky Mulvey

Guest: Mauro Porcini

Engineer: Tim Sparks

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12/11/22 • 27 min

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TikTok's 1st Ban

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05/18/23 • 22 min

Is Montana's move against TikTok a speed bump or the start of a trend?

(00:21) Bill Mann discusses: - How Snap, Meta Platforms, and Alphabet are watching the latest act in the TikTok drama - Shares of Bath & Body Works popping 10% on its latest earnings report - Names for scented candles

(14:15) As the retail landscape continues to evolve, Motley Fool contributor Rachel Warren talks with Anjee Solanki, Director of Retail Services at Colliers, about one category that's holding its own.

Companies discussed: META, GOOG, GOOGL, SNAP, BBWI, DG, ELF, ULTA

Host: Chris Hill Guests: Bill Matt, Rachel Warren, Anjee Solanki Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Kyle Carruthers

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05/18/23 • 22 min

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How many episodes does Motley Fool Money have?

Motley Fool Money currently has 1396 episodes available.

What topics does Motley Fool Money cover?

The podcast is about Investing, Podcasts and Business.

What is the most popular episode on Motley Fool Money?

The episode title 'The Office Space Depression' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Motley Fool Money?

The average episode length on Motley Fool Money is 32 minutes.

How often are episodes of Motley Fool Money released?

Episodes of Motley Fool Money are typically released every 3 days, 9 hours.

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The first episode of Motley Fool Money was released on Feb 20, 2009.

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