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David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, is among the most respected and trusted sources on investing. As a best-selling author, hugely successful stock picker, and financial authority, David has led The Motley Fool’s growth into a worldwide investment and financial advisory services company. Each week David shares his insights into today's most innovative and disruptive publicly traded companies -- and how to profit from them by following his signature “Rule Breaker Investing” principles.
 
Join host Chris Hill and a team of Motley Fool investment analysts as they cover the day’s top business news and financial headlines, while breaking down the stock market implications for long-term, business-focused investors. 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.
 
Welcome to Million Dollar Memos. You have just entered the weirdest marketing podcast on the internet, because we'll be exploring how we use these simple 325 word daily memos to generate over $2 million per year in sales and blow up high ticket calendars for our clients, without using scarcity, funnels or anything tricky or weird. Your host Peter Visser is joined by Linus Rylander, Frankie Frenna, and Zack van Niekerk and together they are the Memomen.
 
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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Halfway through 2022 it's time for investors to see where we've been and what to look for in the 2nd half of the year. (0:30) Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss: - Investing headlines for the 1st half of the year - Early frontrunners for "CEO of the Year" - Who needs a stronger 2nd half of 2022 - 3 stocks poised for upside (19:00) We're dipping into…
 
Peacock isn't as big as Netflix or Disney+, but it continues to make progress shareholders should appreciate. (0:21) Jason Moser discusses: - NBCUniversal booking $1 billion in upfront ad revenue for Peacock - Why The Trade Desk could be a hidden winner from Peacock's advertising growth - Andy Jassy "celebrating" his 1st anniversary as CEO of Amazo…
 
Over the holiday weekend, we take a break from the cookouts and fireworks to focus on FI – Financial Independence – with Motley Fool contributor Brian Feroldi. (0:53) Dylan Lewis and Brian Feroldi discuss: - The core principles of FI and the different styles it can take - Why a down market is a great time to check in on your financial independence …
 
Inflation has been the story of 2022. We zoom in on comments from central bank leaders from yesterday’s ECB Forum to see what insights we can glean. (0:14) Dylan Lewis and John Rotonti discuss: - Fed Chair Powell’s comments yesterday from the ECB Forum - Why experts have so consistently been off on inflation - The types of companies you want to own…
 
Today we learned that "Vorfreude" is the German word for pleasant anticipation. Fitting, as we always look forward to hearing from you! And of course, we've been looking forward to having Lee and Kara back to revisit some company culture tips. Finally, we'll leave you with a little more Rule Breaking Vorfreude at the end of the show!…
 
It’s not easy being a public company. Zendesk looks to go private, while acquisition battles continue to heat up. (:21) Deidre Woollard and Jason Moser discuss: - Stocks that could be prime acquisition targets. - JetBlue’s offer for Spirit Airlines. - Venture capital drying up, and what that means for technology innovation. Plus, (14:46) Alison Sou…
 
Chewy gets and upgrade, while Coinbase gets a big thumbs-down from investment bankers. (:21) Asit Sharma and Maria Gallagher discuss: - Chewy’s pricing power and strong recurring revenue. - The cyclical problem facing Coinbase. - Reliance Industries offer to buy Walgreens’ international stores. A growing world population means more mouths to feed. …
 
Corruption is a trillion-dollar drag for investors. So why doesn’t it get more attention? Oliver Bullough is the author of “Butler to the World: How Britain Helps the World's Worst People Launder Money, Commit Crimes, and Get Away with Anything.” He joined Bill Mann, Maria Gallagher, and John Rotonti to discuss: - The “easy” process of money launde…
 
Jason Moser and Matt Frankel take a look at some of the companies that soared during the pandemic, and offer some takeaways from the surge in investor interest, including: - Pandemic stocks that got ahead of themselves - Which stay-at-home stocks are worth a 2nd look - How these businesses could evolve from here Stocks mentioned: DOCU, ETSY, TDOC, …
 
Wall Street pros and individual investors are sifting through lots of noise to find signals about the stock market. (0:30) Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: - The lack of clarity (at the moment) facing investors - Former growth stocks (PayPal, Netflix, Facebook) being added to the Russell 1000 Value Index - What the latest results from home…
 
Most restaurant businesses operate in a single category, but not Darden Restaurants. (0:25) Jason Moser discusses: - Olive Garden driving the bulk of revenue - A comeback by Darden's fine dining segment - Capital decisions that we like (dividend increase!) and don't like (share buyback plan) - Rite Aid's stock pop and raised guidance still not bein…
 
The FDA is preparing to order Juul Labs to take its e-cigarettes off the market in the U.S. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Shares of Altria Group, owner of a 35% stake in Juul, getting hit on the news - Why one of Altria's main competitors is unaffected - How he thinks about "sin stocks" as a category of investing (10:00) Ricky Mulvey talks with Bil…
 
Kellogg is planning to split into three separate companies, while DocuSign's CEO is just splitting. (0:25) Bill Mann discusses: - Why DocuSign's falling stock price is probably not the reason CEO Dan Springer is leaving immediately - The relative attractiveness of running DocuSign - Kellogg's plan to split into three companies (snacks, breakfast ce…
 
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