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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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    • 4.4 • 2.8K Ratings

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.

    Finding “Home Run” Investments

    Finding “Home Run” Investments

    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 get outside of your own four walls

    Lessons from a piggy bank auction


    Strebulaev is also the founder of the Venture Capital Initiative and a Professor of Private Equity and Finance at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. Dang is a CEO, technology executive, and advisor who’s worked with Amazon, McKinsey, and across Silicon Valley.

    Companies discussed: CRM, AAPL, IBM

    Host: Ricky Mulvey
    Guest: Alex Dang, llya Strebulaev
    Producer: Mary Long
    Engineers: Tim Sparks, Heather Horton
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    • 36 min
    The Movies’ Market Correction

    The Movies’ Market Correction

    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 losing China as a distributor changes the dynamics of business – and creativity.

    Where moviemaking goes from here.


    Companies discussed: DIS

    Host: Ricky Mulvey
    Guest: Catie Peiper
    Producers: Mary Long
    Engineers: Tim Sparks, Chace Przylepa
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    • 19 min
    Nvidia, Target & The Mailbag

    Nvidia, Target & The Mailbag

    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 updates from retailers Target, Autozone, and Lowe’s.

    (19:11) We dip into the mailbag to answer some questions about a red-hot legacy tech stock, how to handle a growing position, and how to break into the investing biz.

    (32:27) Jason and Bill break down two stocks on their radar, Sonos and Boston Beer, and a few recipes on their radar too.

    Stocks discussed: NVDA, AFRM, JPM, TGT, AZO, LOW

    Host: Dylan Lewis
    Guests: Jason Moser, Bill Mann
    Engineers: Dan Boyd
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    • 40 min
    Nvidia Rolls On

    Nvidia Rolls On

    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.
    Companies discussed: NVDA, META, CAVA, SG, CMG, MKL, KNSL
    Host:Ricky Mulvey
    Guests: Asit Sharma, Mary Long, Matt Frankel
    Engineers: Tim Sparks, Desiree Jones
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    • 25 min
    Tight Budgets Come for Target

    Tight Budgets Come for Target

    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
    Guests: Jason Moser, Matt Frankel
    Producer: Ricky Mulvey
    Engineers: Dan Boyd, Dez Jones
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    • 30 min
    What's on Jamie Dimon's Mind?

    What's on Jamie Dimon's Mind?

    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 college.

    Check out the Range Rover Sport at www.landroverusa.com

    Got a question for the show? Email us at podcasts@fool.com

    Companies discussed: JPM, CAVA, SG, TXRH

    Host: Ricky Mulvey
    Guests: Bill Mann, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp
    Producer: Mary Long
    Engineer: Dan Boyd
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    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
2.8K Ratings

2.8K Ratings

Jonbsan ,

Essential listening for long term investors

I’ve been listening for years, I’ve been benefiting from the great, down-to-earth discussion. I especially appreciated the recent episode on CEOs, how we are finally waking up to how ineffective old alpha-males like Jamie Dimon and Steve Ballmer can destroy the value of a company, while enlightened leaders like Nadella create and are lead by great teams.
Need more Deidre Woolard and less Ricky Mulvey.

FrancoBidd ,

What happened to Deidre Woollard!!?

Deidre Woollard was literally the only reason why I listened to this podcast. She was so smart and informed and serious about research. The other folks are a little bit too bro-heavy for my taste, or simply too immature or inexperienced to take seriously. What a loss!

MemoryCO ,

It’s how I keep up with the intersection of technology and business

This podcast is why I know anything about upcoming lifestyle changes bc of the latest technology. Great interviews about real estate in space, flying taxis, current vs future AI, etc. It’s cool to know which companies are at the forefront, whether I choose to invest or not.
Would love to hear more from Tim Beyers and Kirsten Guerra!

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