Motley Fool Money

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Motley Fool Money airs every week on radio stations across America, including top-10 markets Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston and Washington, DC. The show features a team of Motley Fool analysts discussing the week's top business and investing stories, interviews, and an inside look at the stocks on our radar.

Episodes

Hurricane Economics  

Florida braces for Hurricane Irma. Equifax suffers a massive data breach. Disney sells off on earnings concerns. Restoration Hardware raises the roof. And Fitbit gets a healthy boost. Plus, Sports Illustrated columnist Andrew Brandt takes stock in the future of pro football.

The Motley Fool Investment Guide  

Businesses deal with Hurricane Harvey's impact. Wells Fargo reports more fake accounts. Lululemon reports surprising earnings. Gilead Sciences makes a big buy. And Match hits a new high as Tinder heats up. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks small caps and shares some insights from the brand-new edition of The Motley Fool Investment Guide. Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at http://www.casper.com/fool and use the promo code "fool". 

 

 

Mob Rules and Honest Truth  

On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Behavioral economist Dan Ariely, author of The Honest Truth about Dishonesty, talks about the business of lying. And former mobster Louis Ferrante talks about his book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.
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All Roads Lead To Retail  

It’s Retail-palooza! We dig into the latest results from Walmart, Target and Alibaba. Home Depot builds record profits, while Foot Locker and Dick’s Sporting Goods deliver minor league results. Plus, in the wake of the Chinese government cracking down on multi-level marketing firms we revisit our interview with Ted Braun, director of the Herbalife documentary "Betting On Zero."

Disney's Divorce and Snap's Slump  

Walt Disney is breaking up with Netflix. Priceline loses altitude. Snap plummets. And Blue Apron delivers bad news. Plus, amusement park industry analyst Martin Lewison talks theme parks and must-ride rollercoasters.

Self-Driving Surprises  

Apple shines. Take Two Interactive scores. Teva Pharmaceutical gets crushed. And Yelp surprises Wall Street while Under Armour stumbles. Plus, veteran auto industry journalist Paul Lienert talks about the mood in Detroit and shares a surprising prediction about self-driving cars. Thanks to Bombfell for supporting The Motley Fool. Get $25 off you first purchase at http://bombfell.com/fool . 

Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook, Oh My!  

Facebook surprises. Alphabet and Amazon slip. Baidu rises. And McDonald's delivers. Our analysts talk about those stories and weigh in on earnings from Chipotle, Electronic Arts, McDonald's, and Starbucks. 

Netflix & The Business of Comic-Con  

Netflix shares hit a new high. Microsoft’s cloud business continues to grow. Visa and American Express ring the cash register for investors. Pepsi revives an old brand while Chipotle deals with another health crisis. Plus, Forbes contributor Rob Salkowitz calls in from San Diego to provide analysis of this year’s Comic-Con and the business of pop culture.

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Retail, Banks, and Stocks To Watch  

Prime Day is Amazon’s biggest ever. Target raises guidance. Citigroup, Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase report strong profits. HBO and Netflix rake in Emmy nominations, while Visa offers $10,000 to small businesses willing to quit cash. Our analysts discuss those stories, offer a preview of earnings season, and go bargain-hunting for stocks (in addition to the usual “Stocks On Our Radar”.)

The Last Giant of Late Night  

Volvo generates some electricity. Tesla decelerates. And Berkshire Hathaway makes a big buy. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, New York Times comedy critic Jason Zinoman talks about his new book, Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Learn more at www.slack.com

 

 

Buffett, Bromance, and Behavioral Economics  

On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews from 2017. Award-winning director Peter Kunhardt talks about his documentary, Becoming Warren Buffett. And best-selling author Michael Lewis talks about his new book, The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds. Thanks to Harry's for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial set - go to Harrys.com/fool.

One Restaurant's Winning Recipe  

Bed, Bath, & Beyond takes a bath. Oracle hits a new high. Tesla talks China. And Ken gets a makeover. Plus, Texas Roadhouse founder and CEO Kent Taylor talks about the ingredients for success. Thanks to Thumbtack for supporting The Motley Fool. 

Amazon Upends the Grocery Industry  

Amazon buys Whole Foods. What does the deal mean for consumers, investors, and competitors? Our analysts tackle those questions and delve into the latest news from General Electric, Nike, and Kellogg. Plus, best-selling author Brad Stone discusses the future of Uber.

 

 

Apple, Alibaba, and The Wizard of Lies  

Apple unveils a new sound. Alibaba hits a new high. And Nordstrom considers going private. Plus, investigative journalist Diana Henriques talks about her best-selling book turned HBO film, The Wizard of Lies. Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at www.casper.com/fool and use the promo code "fool".

 

Under the Radar Stocks  

Motley Fool analysts Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss some under the radar stocks and stories. And behavioral economist Dan Ariely discusses his newest book, Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations. 

Big Surprises, Summer Movie Preview  

Ford shifts gears. Best Buy beats. Take Two scores. And Lowe's lumbers. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Berkshire, Disney, and summer movies. Thanks to Harry's for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set - go to Harrys.com/fool.

 

 

The 10X Disruption  

Wal-Mart surprises. Alibaba works its magic. Jack in the Box pops. And Home Depot hits a new high. Plus, Stanford economist and RethinkX founder Tony Seba talks about a big disruption to the transportation industry. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Learn more at slack.com.

 

 

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail  

Retailers stumble. Electronics Arts scores. Snap gets slammed. Whole Foods gets a refresh. And Marriott hits a new high. Plus, award-winning filmmaker Steve James talks about his new film, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail. Thanks to Harry's for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set - go to Harrys.com/Fool .

 

The Next Amazon May Already Be Here  

Apple sells 50 million iPhones for the quarter. Facebook closes in on 2 billion subscribers. And MercadoLibre does its best Amazon impression. Plus, best-selling author and New York Times journalist Charles Duhigg talks American Express, Chase, and the battle to be your credit card. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Learn more at slack.com.

 

 

Earnings Review, Berkshire Preview  

Amazon and Google find big profits in the cloud. Starbucks slips. And Buffalo Wild Wings dips. Plus, CNBC's Becky Quick previews the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting. 

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