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Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money airs every week on more than 50 radio stations across America. 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

  • Stock Market Hits Record High

    Jun 21 2019

    The S&P 500 hits a record high as Wall Street (and investors) read the latest tea leaves from the Fed. Slack makes a successful debut in the public markets. Facebook introduces a new cryptocurrency. And Oracle hits a new high. Motley Fool analysts Andy Cross and Ron Gross, and Jeff Fischer of 1623 Capital, discuss those stories and weigh in on earnings from Adobe, CarMax, and Darden Restaurants.   Thanks to Sprout Social for supporting Motley Fool Money. To learn how your brand can create real c...more

  • The Future of Education

    Jun 14 2019

      Lululemon takes a breather. Casey’s General Store hits a new high. Restoration Hardware raises the roof. And Blue Apron delivers a reverse stock split. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and weigh in on Chewy’s IPO, Dave & Buster’s earnings, and bad bank names. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks with 2U CEO Chip Paucek about the future of education. Get $50 off your first job post at www.LinkedIn.com/Fool.  

  • Big Tech Breakups?

    Jun 07 2019

    Wall Street reacts to reports that U.S. regulators are preparing to investigate Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google over potential antitrust concerns. How worried should investors be? Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle that topic and debate the age-old investing question, value play or value trap? Plus, we revisit Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner’s conversation with best-selling author Dan Pink about the science of perfect timing.

  • Funny Business

    May 31 2019

    Uber beats. Gap tanks. Williams-Sonoma soars. And Costco slips. Analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser discuss these stories and dig into the latest from Okta, Ulta Beauty, and Zynga. Plus, comedian Greg Fitzsimmons talks Stitches, stand-up, and the business of comedy.  Thanks to Airbnb for supporting Motley Fool Money. Go to airbnb.com/fool and start hosting. You’ll receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card if you generate $500 in booking value by July 31. Terms and conditions apply.

  • Retail Surprises and Summer Movies

    May 24 2019

    Target hits the mark. Best Buy surprises. Intuit rises. And Coca-Cola gets a refresh. Analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser discuss those stories and discuss earnings from Autodesk, Home Depot, Lowes, and Splunk. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Boeing, Disney, and summer movies. Thanks to Sprout Social for supporting The Motley Fool. To learn how your brand can create real connection, visit sproutsocial.com/fool today.  

  • The Algebra of Happiness

    May 17 2019

    Walmart delivers. Pinterest plummets. Baidu reports a rare loss. And Taco Bell gets into the hotel business. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle these stories and weigh in on earnings from Alibaba, NVIDIA, and Wix. Plus, NYU professor and best-selling author Scott Galloway talks about his new book, The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and Meaning.  Get $50 off your first job post at www.LinkedIn.com/Fool.

  • Uber Goes Public

    May 10 2019

    Uber makes it stock market debut. Should investors take a ride on the ride-sharing giant? Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle that question and discuss the latest from Boston Beer, Disney, Booking Holdings, Match Group, Stamps.com, The Trade Desk, and Zillow. Plus, NYU professor and best-selling author Scott Galloway makes the case for breaking up big tech.   Thanks Clear. Get your first two months of Clear for free by going to clearme.com/fool2019 and using promo code fool201...more

  • Earnings-Palooza and a Meaty IPO

    May 03 2019

    Apple surprises. Alphabet stumbles. Berkshire Hathaway loads up on Amazon. And Beyond Meat serves up a big IPO. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss these stories and dig into the latest earnings from Arista Networks, CBS, Mastercard, Shake Shack, Shopify, Spotify, Square, Twilio, Under Armour, and Wayfair.  

  • BONUS: “Investing In Asia” Preview

    Apr 30 2019

    It’s a sneak preview of “Investing In Asia”, the newest podcast from The Motley Fool!  If you’re looking to invest in some of the most exciting emerging market opportunities in the world, join this weekly journey around Asian markets.

  • The Trillion-Dollar Sleeper

    Apr 26 2019

    Microsoft’s market cap crosses the trillion-dollar mark as shares hit an all-time high. Amazon reports its most profitable quarter ever. Facebook surprises, but in a good way. And Uber and Slack get ready for their public debuts. Analysts Andy Cross, Emily Flippen, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and dig into earnings from Comcast, Domino’s, PayPal, Starbucks, and Twitter. Plus, CNBC’s Becky Quick talks Warren Buffett and previews the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting. Thanks to Molekule f...more

  • Spring Cleaning 2019

    Apr 19 2019

    What’s one stock that sparks joy? What’s one stock that should be thrown out? What’s a highflier that investors should consider trimming? On this week’s Motley Fool Money Spring Cleaning Special, analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser tackle those questions and share some of their favorite cleaning tips. Plus, best-selling author Daniel Levitin shares some thoughts from his book, The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload.  Get $50 off your first job post a...more

  • Disney+ Dazzles Wall Street

    Apr 12 2019

    Disney shares hit an all-time high after the unveiling of Disney+, a streaming service that’s less expensive than Netflix’s. Uber gets ready for its Wall Street debut. Delta takes off. JetBlue plans for a trip to Europe. And Rite Aid extinguishes its e-cigarette business. Analysts Andy Cross, Emily Flippen, and Ron Gross discuss these stories, dig into the latest hot IPO, and talk Pinterest. Plus, we talk with David Kuo, CEO of Motley Fool Singapore about the US-China trade war and investing in ...more

  • An Economist Walks into a Brothel

    Apr 05 2019

    A federal judge orders Elon Musk and the SEC to put on their “reasonableness pants." Tradeweb pops on its IPO. Amazon’s ad business gains on Google. And Burger King introduces an Impossible Whopper. Analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser discuss these stories and weigh in on the latest from Constellation Brands, Disney, and Teladoc. Plus, Allison Schrager shares some insights from her book, An Economist Walks Into A Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk.  Thanks to Grammarly for s...more

  • We Have Lyft-Off!

    Mar 30 2019

    Lyft rises in its public markets debut. Wells Fargo makes a change at the top. Lululemon hits a new high. Analysts Aaron Bush, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and dig into the latest from McCormick, Blackberry, and Restoration Hardware, as well as surprising e-commerce news. Plus, Motley Fool media analyst Tim Beyers reviews Apple’s big event and discusses Google, Microsoft, and the future of gaming. Check out Hello Monday from LinkedIn

  • Is Bigger Better for Disney?

    Mar 22 2019

      Disney completes the Fox deal. Levi’s makes a successful return to the public markets. Biogen suffers a big setback. And Nike slips on earnings. Analysts Emily Flippen, Jim Mueller, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and dig into news from CVS Health and Papa John’s. Plus, Lakehouse Capital Chief Investment Officer Joe Magyer talks about Google’s new game and shares some Australian stock ideas. Get $50 off your first job post at www.LinkedIn.com/Fool.  

  • Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

    Mar 15 2019

    Boeing’s 737 Max gets grounded. Facebook makes some changes at the top. And Ulta Beauty reports stylish earnings. Motley Fool analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser, and 1623 Capital Portfolio Manager Jeff Fischer, discuss those stories and dig into the latest from Adobe Systems, MongoDB, Oracle, Stitch Fix, and Uber. Plus, Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney talks Theranos and his new HBO documentary, The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley.   

  • Is Facebook Serious?

    Mar 08 2019

    The government reports surprisingly low jobs growth. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lays out a new vision that doubles down on privacy. And Costco produces some bulky earnings. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and dig into the latest from Big Lots, Eventbrite, Okta, National Beverage, and Salesforce.com. Plus, Andy talks with Q2 CEO Matt Flake about the future of banking. Check out Hello Monday from LinkedIn

  • Live from Austin!

    Mar 01 2019

      MercadoLibre hits a new high. Booking Holdings falls on guidance. And Etsy crafts a twenty-percent rise. On this week’s show – live from Austin, Texas - analysts Andy Cross and Jason Moser dig into those stories and talk Square, Teladoc, and Lucky Charms-like beer. And we revisit Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner's conversation with Southwest Airlines co-founder Herb Kelleher.  Thanks to Airbnb for supporting Motley Fool Money. Go to airbnb.com/fool and start hosting you’ll receive a $100 Amazon Gif...more

  • Stocks for the Next 10 Years

    Feb 22 2019

    Kraft Heinz plummets on weak earnings and an SEC subpoena. Stamps.com loses an Uncle Sam-sized partner. Wayfair delivers. And Zillow renovates. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and dig into the latest from Boston Beer, Domino’s Pizza, Texas Roadhouse, and Walmart. Plus, Motley Fool CFP and retirement expert Robert Brokamp talks tax tips and retirement planning. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool. Go to linkedin.com/fool and get $50 off your fir...more

  • Amazon vs. NYC, Coke vs. Pepsi, and Oscars Preview

    Feb 15 2019

    Amazon rebuffs the Big Apple. Coke fizzles while Pepsi sparkles. And NVIDIA stops the bleeding. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and talk Activision Blizzard, Shopify, Restaurant Brands International, and UnderArmour. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks about the problem with stock buybacks and previews the Oscars. Thanks Audible! Get Power Moves by Adam Grant for free when you sign up for a free Audible trial at Audible.com/foo...more

  • The Netflix of Video Games?

    Feb 08 2019

    Jeff Bezos squares off with the National Enquirer. Chipotle sizzles. And Alphabet ramps up its spending. Our analysts discuss those stories and dig into the latest from Disney, Electronic Arts, Take-Two Interactive, Hasbro, Mattel, Papa John’s, Skechers, Spotify and Twitter. Plus, on Satya Nadella’s 5th anniversary as Microsoft CEO, tech journalist Mary Jo Foley talks about Nadella and the future of Microsoft. To join our live Q&A on February 13th, subscribe to our YouTube channel with one click...more

  • Big Tech Returns and Big Game Surprises

    Feb 01 2019

    Amazon fails to impress Wall Street. Microsoft reports some cloudy returns. And Facebook connects. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss these stories and dig into the latest from Apple, eBay, MasterCard, PayPal, Tesla, and Visa. Plus, Wall Street Journal editor Nat Ives talks about the business of Super Bowl marketing.

  • Are You Paranoid or Complacent?

    Jan 25 2019

    Is the recent stock market volatility par for the course or an aberration? Is it better for investors to be paranoid or complacent? On this week’s show, award-winning financial columnist Morgan Housel tackles those questions and talks stock market history and psychology. Plus, analysts Aaron Bush, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser dig into earnings from Comcast, Intuitive Surgical, McCormick, and Starbucks. And we discuss the latest news on eBay, Mastercard, and Papa John’s. Thanks to Molekule for supp...more

  • The Man Who Revolutionized Investing

    Jan 18 2019

    Netflix rises on a price hike but slips on earnings. Atlassian hits a new high. UnitedHealth reports healthy earnings. Lululemon hits its stride. And Tesla makes a big cut. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories, dig into the latest from American Express and Tiffany, and celebrate the life of Vanguard founder John Bogle. Plus, Reuters transportation writer Paul Lienert talks cars, trucks, and “big-ass” crossovers.  Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool....more

  • Retail Report Card and CES Innovations

    Jan 11 2019

    Costco and Target report big holiday numbers. Macy’s tumbles on disappointing December sales. Bed, Bath, and Beyond goes above and beyond. Activision Blizzard loses control over Destiny. And Taco Bell goes on a health kick. Analysts Aaron Bush, Andy Cross, and Ron Gross discuss those stories and weigh in on Ford Motor, Constellation Brands, and Interactive Brokers. Plus, analyst Rex Moore joins us from Las Vegas to talk self-driving cars and other cutting-edge technologies at CES. Thanks to Link...more

  • 20 Stocks in 2019

    Jan 04 2019

    Which stocks have true potential for upside this year? What industries and trends should investors be watching? Which CEOs are on the hot seat? And which stocks should investors avoid? Aaron Bush, Matt Argersinger, Jason Moser, and Ron Gross discuss 20 potential investing opportunities in the year ahead and make some reckless predictions. Plus, we discuss Apple’s latest stumble and upcoming IPOs we’re excited to see.

  • 2018 Year in Review

    Dec 28 2018

    Most surprising business story of the year?  Best & worst CEOs?  Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser analyze those topics (and more), reflect on the year that was, and share the dumbest investments of 2018.  Plus, Oaktree Capital co-founder Howard Marks shares investing insights and talks about his latest book, Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting the Odds on Your Side.

  • A Lump of Coal for Investors

    Dec 21 2018

    The worst December stock market since 1931. Political turmoil. And a Federal Reserve that may be reevaluating. Analysts Matt Argersinger and Ron Gross talk about what it all means for investors and dig into the latest news from Fedex, Nike, Twitter, and Jack in the Box. Plus, our analysts weigh in on the future of FANG stocks and share some stocks on their radar. And author Gillian Zoe Segal shares stories of success from her book, Getting There: A Book of Mentors.

  • Doubling Down on China

    Dec 14 2018

    Johnson & Johnson falls on health concerns over the company’s baby powder. Under Armour gets a rough reception after its investor day. And Starbucks announces plans to deliver coffee in the U.S. and double its store count in China. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and the latest from Adobe Systems, Markel, and Casey’s General Stores. Plus, CNBC host Carl Quintanilla previews 2019 and talks cannabis, Facebook, and General Electric. Thanks Netsuite. Get the FRE...more

  • The Three P's of Investing

    Dec 07 2018

      Mr. Market continues its wild ride. Restoration Hardware raises the roof. Altria bets big on cannabis. And Vail Resorts hits a few moguls. Analysts Matt Argersinger, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and delve into the latest news from Toll Brothers, Yum! Brands, Altria, and Amazon. The guys also share why Equinix, Apple, and NVR are on their radar. Plus, Motley Fool Wealth Management’s Director of Financial Planning Megan Brinsfield offers up some year-end financial advice. Tha...more

  • Marriott’s Rough Reception

    Nov 30 2018

    Marriott gets hacked and as many as 500 million guests could be affected. General Motors announces it's cutting 15% of its workforce. And Tiffany loses some of its sparkle. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser weigh in on these stories and discuss the latest from United Technologies, Abercrombie & Fitch, Salesforce, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Burlington Stores. Plus, toy expert Chris Byrne takes stock in some hot toys for the holidays. Go to www.Harrys.com/FOOL to redeem your offer an...more

  • Humble Pie & Stocks We’re Thankful For

    Nov 23 2018

    It’s our Thanksgiving Special! Analysts Matt Argersinger, Andy Cross, Jeff Fischer, Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser share why they are thankful for stocks like Berkshire-Hathaway, Twilio, Starbucks, Disney and more. Plus, we highlight why investors might want to avoid turkey stocks like GoPro, GameStop, Mattel and others.  And since no Thanksgiving is complete without dessert, we dig into a few slices of humble pie.

  • Crypto Hangovers and Must-See Movies

    Nov 16 2018

    Home Depot and Walmart report big earnings but fail to impress Wall Street. Nvidia nosedives on a crypto slowdown. And Eventbrite gets a chilly reception. Analysts Aaron Bush, Matt Argersinger, and Jason Moser discuss these stories and review Apple’s budding film career. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks shareholder rights, Stan Lee, and must-see holiday movies. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool.  Go to https://www.linkedin.com/fool and get $50 of...more

  • Disney, Video Game Stocks, and the Business of Higher Education

    Nov 09 2018

    Disney works its magic and unveils the name of its new streaming service. Twilio surges. And Activision Blizzard, Yelp, and Zillow tumble. Analysts Jeff Fischer, David Kretzmann, and Jason Moser discuss these stories and dig into the latest news from Take-Two Interactive, Skyworks Solutions, and Match Group. Plus, Grand Canyon Education CEO Brian Mueller talks about the business of higher education. Thanks to Molekule for supporting our channel. Get $75 off your first order at http://www.molekul...more

  • Earnings, Earnings, Earnings!

    Nov 03 2018

    Shares of Apple fall despite quarterly profits rising 41%. Starbucks hits an all-time high. Fitbit and Under Amour give shareholders a reason to smile. Kraft Heinz and GE hit new lows. Ron Gross, Jason Moser, and Matt Argersinger analyze those stories, along with the latest results from Alibaba, Shake Shack, MercadoLibre, Spotify, Teladoc, and Yum Brands. Plus, we share three stocks on our radar.   Thanks Netsuite. Get the FREE guide, “Crushing the Five Barriers to Growth”, at NetSuite.Com/FOOL....more

  • Investor Behavior and the Business of Popularity

    Oct 26 2018

    On this week’s show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Award-winning financial columnist Morgan Housel talks about the psychology of money, long tails, and investor misconceptions.  Plus, Chris Hill discusses the business of popularity with Atlantic Senior Editor Derek Thompson, author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction.

  • Taking Stock in Cannabis

    Oct 19 2018

    Netflix adds seven million subscribers for the quarter and crushes Wall Street expectations. Analysts Andy Cross, Jason Moser, and Jeff Fischer talk about Netflix’s latest numbers and delve into earnings from American Express, Atlassian, Domino’s, Procter & Gamble, PayPal, and Intuitive Surgical. Plus, Motley Fool analyst David Kretzmann talks about the business of cannabis. Thanks Netsuite. Get the FREE guide, “Crushing the Five Barriers to Growth”, at NetSuite.Com/FOOL.

  • Wall Street’s Wild Week

    Oct 12 2018

    While stocks rise in the long run, this week reminded investors that stocks go down faster than they go up.  Ron Gross, David Kretzmann, and Jason Moser analyze what happened, how emotions can get the better of us, and what investors can do to prepare for the next drop. We also share why we’d be ok if Twilio, Match Group, Visa, Mastercard, and Idexx Laboratories fell some more next week. Square needs a new CFO, Sears a miracle, and we dip into the Fool Mailbag to discuss both cannabis and Coca-C...more

  • Mastering the Market Cycle

    Oct 05 2018

    Unemployment hits a 49-year low. Tech giants may have been hacked by China. Elon Musk’s tweeting sends Tesla shares lower. Costco struggles with “material weakness”. And Tronc decides to change its name back to Tribune Publishing. Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger, and Aaron Bush analyze those stories, discuss the latest news from Barnes & Noble and Tencent Holdings, and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, legendary investor Howard Marks talks about his new book Mastering the Market Cycle: Getting...more

  • Trouble At Tesla

    Sep 28 2018

    The SEC sues Tesla CEO Elon Musk for fraud. Analysts David Kretzmann, Seth Jayson, and Jason Moser talk Tesla, Nike, Vail Resorts, McCormick, Michael Kors, hot IPOs, and Dunkin’s new name. And Bloomberg technology editor and best-selling author Brad Stone talks Uber, Lyft, Facebook, and Amazon. Go to www.Harrys.com/Fool to redeem your offer and let them know we sent you to help support the show!  

  • A Marijuana Mirage?

    Sep 21 2018

    A Canadian cannabis company produces big returns for shareholders. Amazon unveils new products. Medtronic makes a big buy. Olive Garden delivers for Darden Restaurants. And Disney gets a boost from ESPN+. Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, and Ron Gross analyze those stories along with the latest from FedEx, Under Armour, Eventbrite, United Natural Foods and more. Plus, Bloomberg Businessweek writer and best-selling author Ashlee Vance talks Elon Musk, Tesla, SpaceX, and weird technologies.  Thanks ...more

  • The Business of Hurricanes

    Sep 14 2018

    Hurricane Florence makes landfall. Apple unveils new phones. Nike hits a new high. Dave & Buster’s delivers. Sears surprises. And Volkswagen kills a bug. Motley Fool analysts Matt Argersinger, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser delve into these stories and discuss the latest with Kroger, AMD, and more. Plus, analyst Tim Beyers weighs in on Tesla, the battle for the living room, and why Microsoft might be the new Apple. Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at http://www...more

  • What Wage Growth Means for Stocks

    Sep 07 2018

    Wages increase at their fastest pace since 2009. Five Below and Okta rack up big returns for shareholders. Tesla falls on news that its Chief Accounting Officer is leaving. And Mattel gets into the movie business. Andy Cross, Matt Argersinger and Ron Gross discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author Charles Duhigg talks big tech, trade wars, and productivity tips. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool. Go...more

  • Fall Preview and Malcolm Gladwell

    Aug 31 2018

    What should investors be watching for the rest of 2018? What are investors missing in today’s market? Analysts Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger tackle those questions and share a few stocks on their radar. Plus, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell talks about his book, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants. Thanks to Molekule for supporting Motley Fool Money. Get $75 off your 1st order at http://www.molekule.com and use the promo code “fool”.    

  • The Bull Market’s Historic Run Is Still Going

    Aug 24 2018

    Target posts its best quarter in a decade. Alibaba drops despite a strong 1st-quarter report. Pepsi buys SodaStream. Gap struggles with its namesake brand. Investors put sports retailers in the penalty box. And Lowe’s hits an all-time high. As we officially enter the longest bull market in history Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, and Ron Gross analyze those stories and share why the future looks bright for investors.  Plus, journalist Sarah Kessler talks about her new book Gigged: The End of the J...more

  • Retail Winners and Losers

    Aug 17 2018

    Walmart racks up its fastest sales growth in a decade. Nordstrom dazzles. Macy’s slips. J.C. Penney plummets. Home Depot nails it. And Amazon goes to the movies. Our analysts discuss those stories and weigh in on Southwest Airlines and flying miniature horses. Plus, author Jonah Sachs talks about his new book, Unsafe Thinking: How to Be Nimble and Bold When You Need It Most.  Thanks to Slack for supporting Motley Fool.  Slack: Where work happens. Go to slack.com to learn more.

  • Tesla, Space, and the Business of Love

    Aug 10 2018

    Tesla’s dramatic week has Wall Street debating the company’s future. Superheroes rescue Disney’s 2nd-quarter report. Trade Desk’s stock soars on record revenue. And Match Group shareholders feel the love. Andy Cross, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann analyze those stories as well as the latest from Etsy, Zillow, Booking Holdings, Papa John’s and more. Plus, Washington Post writer Christian Davenport shares highlights from his new book The Space Barons: Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and the Quest to Colon...more

  • Is Apple a Trillion-Dollar Value?

    Aug 03 2018

    Apple reaches a trillion-dollar milestone. Baidu faces a Google-sized potential competitor. Blue Apron fails to deliver. And Red Robin and TripAdvisor lose altitude. Ron Gross, Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger analyze those stories, as well as the latest from Tesla, Square, Take-Two Interactive, and Activision Blizzard. Plus, Restaurant Business Magazine executive editor Jonathan Maze talks Chipotle, IHOP, McDonalds, and the changing restaurant business.

  • Facebook's Next Chapter?

    Jul 27 2018

    Facebook plummets on slowing growth. Amazon rises on record profits. Chipotle serves up big earnings. Atlassian surrenders to Slack. And Spotify tries to produce sweet music for investors. Our analysts discuss those stories and weigh in on earnings from Twitter, Electronic Arts, GrubHub, PayPal, Starbucks, and Under Armour. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Motley Fool.  Go to https://www.linkedin.com/fool and get $50 off your first job post.

  • Microsoft’s Cloud Nine

    Jul 20 2018

    Microsoft shares hit an all-time high thanks to strength in the company’s cloud business. Netflix falls on concerns over subscriber growth. American Express doesn’t get rewarded. And Skechers gets kicked around. Analysts Matt Argersinger, David Kretzmann, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest from eBay, Domino’s, and Papa John’s. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks with best-selling author Dan Pink about the science of perfect timing.   Thanks to Harry’s f...more

  • Bank Stocks, Groupon’s Latest Deal, and Cutting-Edge Software

    Jul 13 2018

    JP Morgan Chase reports record profits. Wells Fargo disappoints. Pepsi rises. And Groupon looks for a buyer. Abi Malin, Jason Moser, and Jeff Fischer discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Appian CEO Matt Calkins talks low-code software, investing, and board games.

  • Investing Misconceptions & Popsicle Hotlines

    Jul 06 2018

    “Investing is not the study of finance, it’s the study of how people behave with money.” Award-winning financial columnist Morgan Housel stops by Fool HQ to share how psychology drives financial decisions, why long tails drive everything, and some of the biggest misconceptions in investing. Plus, we revisit our conversation with best-selling author Dan Heath, discussing his latest book The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact.

  • The Motley Fool Turns 25

    Jun 29 2018

    Nike hits an all-time high. Bed Bath & Beyond flounders, as BJ’s Wholesale Club has a surprisingly strong IPO. Amazon moves in on the pharmacy business. McCormick serves up a spicy quarter. And the SEC has a few questions for National Beverage. Jason Moser, Ron Gross, and Matt Argersinger analyze those stories and share why they’ve got their eyes on Lam Research, Snap, and Delta Airlines. Plus, David Gardner reflects on the 25th anniversary of The Motley Fool and shares a few stocks on his radar...more

  • The Best Investors & Their Worst Investments

    Jun 22 2018

    Disney increases its offer for 21st Century Fox. Kroger delivers. CarMax and Winnebago rev up. GE gets the boot. Starbucks cools off. And Chipotle expands its menu. Ron Gross, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann analyze those stories and share a few stocks on their radar. Plus, Ritholtz Wealth Management Director of Research Michael Batnick talks about his new book, Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments.

  • Comcast vs. Disney

    Jun 15 2018

    AT&T completes its acquisition of Time Warner. Comcast increases its offer for 21st Century Fox’s assets, setting the stage for a battle with Disney. Etsy shares soar on a hike in fees. And IHOP flips pancakes for burgers. Jason Moser, Jeff Fischer and Aaron Bush tackle those stories and take stock in the future of video games. Plus, Motley Fool media and entertainment analyst Tim Beyers weighs in on the future of Apple, Disney, Netflix, and YouTube. Thanks to Blooom for supporting Motley Fool M...more

  • The End of Earnings Guidance?

    Jun 08 2018

    Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon make the case for ending earnings guidance. Howard Schultz steps down from Starbucks. Twitter joins the S&P 500. Five Below soars above expectations. And Smucker tries to get out of a jam. Ron Gross, Jason Moser, and Matt Argersinger analyze those stories and share a few stocks on their radar. Plus, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and Facebook Live creator Randi Zuckerberg talks Facebook, work-life balance, and investing. Thanks to LinkedIn for supporting The Mo...more

  • Hidden Gorillas and Predictable Irrationality

    Jun 01 2018

    On this week's show, we revisit some of our favorite conversations about investor behavior. Best-selling author Carl Richards talks about the benefits of the overnight test. Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas and intuition. And Dan Ariely talks investing and irrationality.  

  • Surprising Earnings and Summer Movies

    May 25 2018

    Lowe’s gets some love. Footlocker jumps higher. Tiffany sparkles. And what the heck is GDPR??? Aaron Bush, David Kretzmann, and Jason Moser talk earnings news, analyze what a new set of privacy rules means for investors, and offer book recommendations for your summer reading list. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Facebook, Disney, and summer movies. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool

  • Retail Surprises, Sports Betting, and Royal Marital Advice

    May 18 2018

    Macy’s surprises. Walmart slips. Home Depot sells off. PayPal makes a big buy. And Campbell’s Soup gets a shakeup. Our analysts discuss those stories and dish out some marital advice for the royal wedding. Plus, Villanova sports law professor Andrew Brandt talks about the Supreme Court’s decision on sports gambling. Thanks to Molekule for supporting our podcast. Get $75 off your 1st order at http://www.molekule.comand use the promo code “fool”. Thanks also to HelloFresh. Go to HelloFresh.com/MF3...more

  • Uber's Road Ahead

    May 11 2018

    Wall Street shrugs off big earnings from Disney. Nvidia connects. TripAdvisor flies higher. MercadoLibre stumbles. Electronic Arts wraps up a strong year. iQiyi pops, while Dropbox drops. Plus, Bloomberg technology editor and best-selling author Brad Stone talks about Uber’s plan for flying taxis and weighs in on the latest from Google, Amazon, and Airbnb.

  • The Buffett You Don't Know

    May 04 2018

    Apple surprises. Walmart gets serious in India. Shake Shack raises the roof. T-Mobile and Sprint hope the third time’s a charm. Snap slumps. And Tesla’s CEO generates some electricity. Plus, CNBC’s Becky Quick talks about the new documentary, Warren Buffett: Investor. Teacher. Icon. Thanks to Blooom for supporting MarketFoolery. Get a month free with blooom401k.com/fool and use the promo code “fool”.

  • Tech Titans: Infinity War

    Apr 27 2018

    Amazon hits a new high, and raises the price on Prime. Alphabet racks up big profits amid higher spending. Facebook posts record revenue, while Microsoft’s cloud goes higher. Which one of these tech behemoths will get to a $1 trillion market cap first?  Jason Moser, David Kretzmann, and Jeff Fischer analyze those stories, as well as the latest results from Visa, PayPal, Baidu, Twitter, Chipotle, Intel and more.  Plus, we dip into the Fool Mailbag and share a few stocks on our radar.

  • Netflix, Amazon, and the Future of Sports Media

    Apr 20 2018

    Amazon gives Wall Street 100 million reasons to be bullish. Netflix produces another great quarter. Wells Fargo gets a billion-dollar fine.  And Mattel’s CEO jumps ship.  Ron Gross, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann analyze those stories and share 3 stocks on their radar. Plus, best-selling author Jim Miller offers his thoughts on the business of ESPN, Disney, and the future of sports media.  Thanks to Blooom for supporting MarketFoolery.  Get a month free with blooom401k.com/fool and use the prom...more

  • Mr. Zuckerberg Goes to Washington

    Apr 13 2018

    Mark Zuckerberg testifies before Congress. Bed Bath & Beyond takes a bath. And Walmart and Amazon battle it out in India. Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger and Jim Mueller analyze those stories and more.  Plus, David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect, talks about the future of Facebook. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Go to Slack.com to learn more. 

  • The Case Against Google

    Apr 06 2018

    Facebook deals with a growing crisis as Mark Zuckerberg prepares to testify before Congress. And Spotify makes its Wall Street debut via a direct public offering. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and best-selling author Charles Duhigg talks trade wars, innovation, and the case against Google.

  • The China Hustle

    Mar 30 2018

    In the wake of the 2008 financial collapse, hundreds of China-based companies merged with American shell companies. Many of those companies reported assets and revenues out of line with their actual value. And investors were left holding the bag. That’s the subject of a new documentary, The China Hustle. On this week’s show, Chris talks with director Jed Rothstein. And best-selling author Daniel Levitin shares some thoughts from his book, The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Infor...more

  • Facebook Faces The Music

    Mar 23 2018

    Facebook’s CEO finally emerges to discuss the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Nike finally has a blowout quarter. Dropbox soars on its first day of trading. Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger and David Kretzmann discuss those stories, as well as the financial metric Wall Street is trying to keep secret.  Plus, award-winning columnist Morgan Housel reflects on how slowly we accept life-altering inventions and why we love a good story.  Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial...more

  • Beauty Stocks, Snap's Stumble, and Adobe's New High

    Mar 16 2018

    Adobe hits a new all-time high. Toys R Us calls it quits. Ulta Beauty wows. And Snap stumbles. Our analysts discuss those stories. Plus, CNBC media and entertainment reporter Julia Boorstin talks South by Southwest, media disruption, VR, and Disney.

  • How to Create an Unfair Advantage

    Mar 09 2018

    Investors cheer the latest jobs report. Toymakers tank on a possible Toys R Us liquidation. Cigna shakes up the healthcare industry. And Costco helps consumers prepare for the apocalypse. Plus, marketing consultant Steve Miller talks about his new book, Uncopyable: How to Create an Unfair Advantage Over Your Competition.

  • Spotify IPO: Sweet Music for Investors?

    Mar 02 2018

    Best Buy and Kohl’s report strong holiday profits. Amazon buys Ring. And Spotify files to go public. Plus, Lakehouse Capital fund manager Joe Magyer talks Buffett, small caps, hot trends, and investing in Australia. Thanks to LegalZoom for supporting The Motley Fool. Get special savings by going to LegalZoom.com. Use the promo code “Fool” at checkout.    

  • Big Deals, Snap Judgments, and Oscar Predictions

    Feb 23 2018

    General Mills loads up on pet food. Walmart stumbles. Texas Roadhouse sizzles. Boston Beer fizzles. And Kylie Jenner breaks up with Snap. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Chipotle, Black Panther, and Academy Awards.

  • New CEOs, New IPOs, and a Conversation with LinkedIn

    Feb 16 2018

    Baidu announces IPO plans for its video service. Under Armour jumps higher. Boston Beer and Chipotle name new CEOs. And Alibaba’s Chairman hits the big screen. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks with LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner about the Microsoft marriage, the power of diversity, and the power of predictive analytics.

  • Stock Market Jitters

    Feb 09 2018

    The market has another wild week. What does the decline mean for investors? Our analysts weigh in on the market sell-off, discuss tech trends they’re watching, and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, we revisit our interview with Steve James, Academy Award-nominated director of Abacus: Small Enough to Jail. Thanks to Audible for supporting Motley Fool Money. Get a free audiobook with a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool or text FOOL to 500-500.

  • Earnings-Palooza!

    Feb 02 2018

    Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, eBay, Facebook, McDonald’s, Microsoft, and PayPal report earnings. And Hostess takes the cake with its new bonus plan. Our analysts weigh in on those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Thanks to LegalZoom for supporting The Motley Fool.  Get special savings by going to LegalZoom.com and use Fool at checkout.

  • 4th Down for the NFL?

    Jan 26 2018

    Starbucks loses steam. Intel hits a new high. Netflix delivers. And Dell rethinks its need for privacy. Plus, Sports Illustrated columnist Andrew Brand talks about the business of football. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool. 

  • Amazon's Prime Move

    Jan 19 2018

    Amazon names the finalists for its second headquarters and boosts Prime prices. IBM breaks a losing streak. Lionsgate entertains suitors. Apple brings cash home. And Starbucks goes cashless. Plus, veteran auto industry journalist Paul Lienert talks electric cars, autonomous cars, Ford, and GM. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Find out why at slack.com.   

  • The Science of Timing

    Jan 12 2018

    Facebook makes a big change. Walmart boosts pay and closes some Sam’s Club stores. And Activision Blizzard bumps up its game. Plus, best-selling author Dan Pink talks about his new book, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.  Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at http://www.casper.com/fool (promo code “Fool”).

  • Stocks 2018 Preview

    Jan 05 2018

    What industries should investors be watching this year? Which stocks will provide upside, and which CEOs really need a good year? Jeff Fischer, Ron Gross, Abi Malin, Jason Moser and David Kretzmann preview the year ahead and make some reckless predictions. Thanks to Audible for supporting Motley Fool Money.  Get a free audiobook with a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool or text FOOL to 500-500.  

  • Hit Makers and Hidden DNA

    Dec 29 2017

    On this week’s show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews from 2017. NYU business professor Scott Galloway talks big tech and shares some insights from his book, The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. Plus, Chris talks about the business of popularity with Derek Thompson, author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction.

  • Dan Ariely on Money Mistakes

    Dec 22 2017

    FedEx soars. Nike struggles. Alphabet and Papa John’s get new leadership. Our analysts discuss those stories and more. Plus at the 19:53 mark, best-selling author Dan Ariely shares how we can make better decisions about our money. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Learn more at www.slack.com

  • Disney/Fox: What Investors Need To Know

    Dec 15 2017

    Disney buys a big part of 21st Century Fox. Costco delivers surprising online numbers. And Waste Management once again proves that trash is treasure. Plus, CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla talks bitcoin, business, and what to watch in 2018. To get a limited-edition holiday shave set while supplies last, go to Harrys.com/Fool.  

  • Year-End Financial Advice

    Dec 08 2017

    YouTube gets into the music business. Starbucks opens a venti-sized roastery in China. Disney and Fox get closer to a deal. And Walmart makes a change. Plus, Motley Fool CFP and retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares some year-end tips and talks tax reform. Thanks to Casper for supporting The Motley Fool. Save $50 on a mattress at http://www.casper.com/fool (promo code “Fool”). 

  • Hot Toys for 2017

    Dec 01 2017

    Costco hits an all-time high. Chipotle makes a change at the top. Buffalo Wild Wings goes private as Applebee’s offers a surprising promotion. Ron Gross, Matt Argersinger, and David Kretzmann analyze the retail landscape and much more. Plus, toy industry expert Chris Byrne talks about this year’s hot toys. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Find out why at slack.com.

  • Stocks We're Thankful For and Must-See Movies

    Nov 24 2017

    In the spirit of Thanksgiving, our analysts share 7 stocks they’re thankful for, and dig into some humble pie (i.e., stocks we were wrong about). Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks about the state of corporate boardrooms and shares some must-see movies for the holidays.

  • Rethinking Retail

    Nov 17 2017

    Wal-Mart hits an all-time high on growing e-commerce sales. Gap and Restoration Hardware rise on surprising earnings. And Comcast and Disney pursue a deal with Fox. Plus, Chris talks Southwest Airlines and popsicle hotlines with Dan Heath, author of The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool.

  • Michael Lewis Returns

    Nov 10 2017

    How did two Israeli psychologists change the way we understand the human mind? What is the future of Wall Street? What did Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane really think about Moneyball? And who is responsible for keeping geese off airport runways? Before a live audience at FoolHQ, best-selling author Michael Lewis answers those questions and shares some insights from his newest book, The Undoing Project. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool....more

  • The Race to $1 Trillion

    Nov 03 2017

    Apple posts blowout earnings, pushing its market cap closer to the $1 trillion mark. Facebook shares record profits and plans to spend more on security. Starbucks closes the books on its online store and Tazo Tea. Ron Gross, Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger analyze the latest from MercadoLibre, Tesla, Under Armour, Activision Blizzard and more, and share a few stocks on their radar. Plus, Chris talks about the battle for the living room with NYU Professor Scott Galloway, author of The Four: The ...more

  • Big Tech is Getting Bigger

    Oct 27 2017

    Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft all hit new highs after their latest earnings reports. Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger and Jeff Fischer analyze the growing dominance of these tech giants. We also take a look at Baidu, Intel, Twitter and more, and share a few stocks on our radar. Plus, we get the inside scoop on two of the biggest candy makers as we talk with Joel Glenn Brenner, author of The Emperors of Chocolate: Inside the Secret World of Hershey and Mars. Thanks to Freshbooks for supporting The ...more

  • Time to Break Up GE?

    Oct 20 2017

    Shares of General Electric lose power. Netflix delivers strong international growth. PayPal surges. Skechers soars higher. And Ruby Tuesday goes private. Plus, Pulitzer-prize winning columnist Steven Pearlstein talks about the next big financial bubble. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool.

  • The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google

    Oct 13 2017

    Delta flies higher on earnings. Wells Fargo slips on higher legal costs. Domino's drops despite strong sales. And MercadoLibre sells off on concerns over Amazon. Plus, at the 20:23 mark, NYU business professor Scott Galloway talks about his new book, The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Slack: Where work happens. Find out why at slack.com.  

  • The Business of Popularity

    Oct 06 2017

    Costco slips on margin concerns. Netflix hits an all-time high after the company announces a price hike. And General Motors reports some electrifying news. Plus, Chris talks about the business of popularity with Derek Thompson, author of Hit Makers: The Science of Popularity in an Age of Distraction. Thanks to Audible for supporting our podcast. Get a free audiobook with a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool. Thanks to Bombfell for supporting The Motley Fool. Get $25 off your first purchase at...more

  • Mark Zuckerberg's North Star

    Sep 29 2017

    Nike trips in North America. Roku pops in its Wall Street debut. McCormick reports some appetizing earnings. And the CEO of American Airlines makes a surprising declaration. Plus, Chris talks Facebook and Russia with David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company That is Connecting the World.

  • A First-Class Catastrophe

    Sep 22 2017

    FedEx delivers. CarMax revs up. Finish Line finishes strong. Bed Bath & Beyond takes a bath. And General Mills brings back a classic breakfast cereal. Plus, investigative journalist Diana Henriques talks about her new book, A First-Class Catastrophe: The Road to Black Monday, the Worst Day in Wall Street History. Thanks to Harry's for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set - go to Harrys.com/Fool .    

  • Is Equifax the Next Enron?

    Sep 15 2017

    Apple unveils its new iPhone. Target hires for the holidays. Oracle shareholders have their worst day in years. Nestle adds some caffeine. And Chipotle rolls out queso. Plus, film critic and corporate governance expert Nell Minow weighs in on the Equifax data breach and the disappointing summer box office. 

  • Hurricane Economics

    Sep 08 2017

    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

    Sep 01 2017

    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

    Aug 25 2017

    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. Thanks to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free Trial Set – go to Harrys.com/Fool

  • All Roads Lead To Retail

    Aug 18 2017

    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

    Aug 11 2017

    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

    Aug 04 2017

    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!

    Jul 28 2017

    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

    Jul 21 2017

    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. Thanks to Slack for supporting The Motley Fool. Learn more at slack.com. Thanks also to Harry’s for supporting The Motley Fool. Get your Free ...more

  • Retail, Banks, and Stocks To Watch

    Jul 14 2017

    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

    Jul 07 2017

    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

    Jun 30 2017

    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

    Jun 23 2017

    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

    Jun 16 2017

    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

    Jun 09 2017

    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

    Jun 02 2017

    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

    May 26 2017

    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

    May 19 2017

    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

    May 12 2017

    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

    May 05 2017

    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

    Apr 28 2017

    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. 

  • Raising the Roof

    Apr 21 2017

    IBM continues its losing streak. Visa hits a new high. Mattel hits a 52-week low. And housing-related stocks raise the roof. Plus, CNBC's Kayla Tausche talks Wall Street, Trump, and tax reform. Thanks to Warby Parker for supporting The Motley Fool. Order your FREE Home Try-On's at http://www.warbyparker.com/fool .    

  • Freaky Thinking and Pixar Creativity

    Apr 14 2017

    On this week's Spring Break Special, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Disney Animation Studios President Ed Catmull talks about the business of creativity. And Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner talks about how to think like a freak.  

  • David Gardner: What's Next?

    Apr 07 2017

    JAB picks up Panera. Amazon adds a new play. And Plug Power gets a big boost. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks Tesla, Mercado Libre, and investing in 300-baggers. Thanks to Audible for supporting our podcast. Get a free audiobook with a free 30 day trial at audible.com/fool.    

  • Betting on Zero

    Mar 31 2017

    Blackberry surprises. Dave & Buster's rises. Facebook shares a new story. And Lululemon tumbles. Plus, Betting on Zero documentary filmmaker Ted Braun talks about one hedge fund manager's billion dollar bet against Herbalife. 

  • Disney's Big Cheese

    Mar 24 2017

    Disney's CEO extends his stay. Sears gets slammed. Nike drops. And Twitter searches for premium revenue. Plus, Motley Fool Wealth Management financial planner Megan Brinsfield offers tax advice for investors. Thanks to Audible for supporting Motley Fool Money. Listen to Audible's new original series: Ponzi Supernova. Details at audible.com/ponzi. Audible and Amazon Prime members listen free.    

  • The Future of Movies

    Mar 17 2017

    The Fed hikes rates. Intel makes a big buy. And Caterpillar faces a federal probe. Plus, CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks VR, 3D, and the future of movies at this year's South by Southwest. Thanks to Away for supporting Motley Fool. Go to awaytravel.com/fool and use the promo code fool to get $20 off your order!

  • Michael Lewis on The Undoing Project

    Mar 10 2017

    Facebook signs a deal to stream soccer. Vail Resorts heats up. And Bojangles' stumbles. Plus, best-selling author Michael Lewis talks about his new book, The Undoing Project: A Friendship that Changed Our Minds.    

  • Snap, Startups, and Silicon Valley

    Mar 03 2017

    Snap has a big debut on Wall Street. Domino's delivers. And Target misses the mark. Plus, best-selling author Brad Stone talks about his new book, The Upstarts: How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley Are Changing the World.

  • Investing in the Age of Trump

    Feb 22 2017

    What would a cut in corporate taxes mean for investors? Which stocks will benefit most from the new administration? Our analysts tackle those questions and discuss investing for income. Plus, we revisit our conversation with Brian Christian, author of Algorithms to Lie By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions. To check out our brand new service, Motley Fool Total Income, go to TotalIncomeRadio.Fool.com .    

  • Mergers & Surprising Acquisitions

    Feb 17 2017

    Warren Buffett loads up on Apple. TripAdvisor stumbles. SodaStream sparkles. And potential mergers rock Wall Street. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Trump, Academy Awards, and the evolution of the movie business. Thanks to Thumbtack for supporting The Motley Fool. Hire local, skilled pros for just about anything at thumbtack.com today.     

  • Make Your Kid a Money Genius

    Feb 10 2017

    Activision Blizzard scores. Twitter tumbles. And Hasbro soars. Plus, best-selling author Beth Kobliner talks about her new book, Make Your Kid a Money Genius. Thanks to Audible for supporting our podcast. Get a free audiobook with a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool.    

  • Apple, Facebook & the NFL

    Feb 03 2017

    Apple posts a record quarter. Amazon brings the profits. Facebook ramps up spending while Under Armour dials back expectations. We delve into those stories and more of the latest earnings news. Plus, sports business analyst Andrew Brandt discusses the changing economics of the NFL.

  • Becoming Warren Buffett

    Jan 27 2017

    Starbucks slows. Microsoft surprises. Apple sues Qualcomm. And Twinkie goes cold. Plus, Emmy-award winning director Peter Kunhardt talks about his new HBO documentary, Becoming Warren Buffett.  

  • Rule Your Retirement

    Jan 20 2017

      Netflix hits a new high. Big Blue posts big profits. P&G raises guidance. We consider bidding on the iconic car from “Smokey & The Bandit” and share a few stocks on our radar. Plus, retirement expert Robert Brokamp talks investing trends for 2017 and the best way to monitor your mutual funds.

  • Under the Hood at the Detroit Auto Show

    Jan 13 2017

    Big banks report bigger profits. Apple moves into original television programming. Chipotle climbs on surprising sales. And Hasbro makes a big move with Monopoly. Plus, veteran auto industry reporter Paul Lienert talks Trump, trucks, and self-driving cars. 

  • CES: Top Tech Trends

    Jan 06 2017

    Automakers rev up sales. Retailers report some not-so-happy holiday numbers. Apple reports some big numbers for its apps. And Sears unloads its toolbox. Plus, Motley Fool analyst David Kretzmann reports from Las Vegas about some of the hot tech trends at CES 2017.

  • 2017 Preview

    Dec 30 2016

    What was the underappreciated business story of 2016? Which stocks should investors be watching in 2017? Which stocks should investors avoid? Our analysts reflect on 2016, preview the new year, and make some reckless predictions.

  • Invisible Gorillas and Investing

    Dec 23 2016

    On this week's show, we revisit some of our favorite conversations about investor behavior. Best-selling author Carl Richards talks about the benefits of the overnight test. Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas and intuition. And Dan Ariely talks investing and irrationality.

  • What the Fed's Move Means for You

    Dec 16 2016

    The Fed raises interest rates. Chipotle makes big changes in the boardroom. Yahoo! gets hacked. And Pier 1 stuns Wall Street. Plus, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks about the business of binge-watching and previews the year ahead. Get a free preview of our brand new service Motley Fool Explorer at GoExplorer.Fool.com .    

  • Retail & Restaurants

    Dec 09 2016

    Costco and Lululemon rise on earnings, while Restoration Hardware flunks its holiday test. Chipotle and Starbucks host investor days. Coca-Cola picks a new CEO, as warm weather hurts Vail Resorts. Plus, toy industry analyst Chris Byrne discusses the hot toys for the holidays and what Star Wars: Rogue One means for toymakers.

  • Starbucks’ Venti Change

    Dec 02 2016

    Unemployment drops to its lowest rate since 2007. Starbucks announces a change at the top. Guess reports some unfashionable earnings. And Taco Bell unveils a Cheeto-filled quesadilla. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Trump, Target, and holiday movies. To check out The Motley Fool's new skill for Amazon's Echo just go to www.fool.com/alexa.        

  • Stocks We're Thankful For

    Nov 25 2016

    In the spirit of Thanksgiving, our analysts give thanks and help themselves to some humble pie. Best-selling author Dan Heath talks about his book, Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and in Work. And Pawn Stars star Rick Harrison talks about life at the Gold & Silver.  

  • The Hidden Logic of Motivation

    Nov 18 2016

    Best Buy surprises. Salesforce.com rises. And Berkshire Hathaway takes to the skies. Our analysts discuss those stories and behavioral economist Dan Ariely talks about his new book, Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations. 

  • The Trump Investor

    Nov 11 2016

    What does a Trump victory mean for investors? Is Shake Shack's success sustainable? Will Priceline fly even higher? And will Disney spin off ESPN? Our analysts tackle those questions and share three stocks on their radar. 

  • The Signal and The Noise

    Nov 02 2016

    On this week's show, we share two of our favorite interviews. Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Tesla with best-selling author David Kirkpatrick. And we revisit our interview with writer and statistician Nate Silver, author of The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail - but Some Don't. 

  • Let's Make a Deal

    Oct 28 2016

    Amazon and Apple slip on earnings. Mastercard surprises. Chipotle stumbles. And Google gains. Our analysts discuss those stories and weigh in on a mega merger. Thanks to Criquet for supporting The Motley Fool. For 20% off your first purchase, go to criquetshirts.com/fool and us the promo code "fool".

  • Microsoft's New High

    Oct 21 2016

    Microsoft hits an all-time high. Netflix delivers. Hasbro gets a boost from princess power. And Snoopy gets sent to the doghouse. Plus, best-selling author Roger Lowenstein talks about his newest book, America's Bank. 

  • Google's Perfect Timing

    Oct 14 2016

    Samsung pulls the plug on the Galaxy Note 7. Wells Fargo's CEO steps down. And Snapchat's parent company prepares to go public. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks stocks, bonds, and investing overseas. Thanks to Tommy John for supporting The Motley Fool. Go to tommyjohn.com/fool and use the promo code 20% off your 1st order! 

  • The Business of Motivation

    Oct 05 2016

    On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews. Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks with Malcolm Gladwell about his book, David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants. And Dan Pink shares some motivational insights from his book, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. 

  • The 37% Rule

    Sep 30 2016

    Costco serves up bulky earnings. Frito Lay delivers for Pepsi. McCormick spices things up. And a beer maker gets a whole lot bigger. Plus, Brian Christian, co-author of Algorithms to Live By, talks computer science, decision-making, and the 37% rule.  Thanks to Pearl Auto for supporting this episode. Go to http://PearlAuto.com/Fool to get free 2-day shipping!

  • Twitter Takeover

    Sep 23 2016

    Is Twitter about to get acquired? Is Bed, Bath, and Beyond cleaning up its act? Will Facebook's latest admission alienate advertisers? Our analysts tackle those questions and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, television critic Andy Greenwald talks AMC, Atlanta, and the future of television. 

  • Apple Connects

    Sep 16 2016

    Apple's iPhone 7 connects with investors. Samsung heats up - but not in a good way. Bayer and Monsanto combine forces. And retailers report some dog days in August. Plus, best-selling author Bill Taylor talks about his new book, Simply Brilliant: How Great Organizations Do Ordinary Things in Extraordinary Ways. For a free preview of our Motley Fool One service, go to OneRadio.Fool.com. 

  • Wells Fargo's Unreal Problem

    Sep 09 2016

    Wells Fargo is fined for fake accounts. Apple cuts the wire. Dave & Buster's dips. And Restoration Hardware rises. Plus, influence expert Robert Cialdini shares some influential insights from his new book, Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade.

  • Freakonomics and Naked Money

    Aug 26 2016

    On this week's Labor Day special, Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner talks about his new book, When to Rob a Bank: And 131 More Warped Suggestions and Well-Intended Rants. And Charlie Wheelan shares some insights from his book, Naked Money: A Revealing Look at What It Is and Why It Matters. 

  • Best Buys, Overpriced Drugs, and Productivity Tips

    Aug 26 2016

    Best Buy surprises. Herbalife slides. Tiffany shines. And a drugmaker faces big blowback. Plus, Charles Duhigg offers some productive insights from his new book, Smarter, Faster, Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business. 

  • Home Improvement's Bright Future

    Aug 19 2016

    Home Depot and Lowe's may have more room to run. Sports retailers have a strong week. The wireless wars heat up. An activist takes on Buffalo Wild Wings, while McDonald's makes a rash decision. We discuss those stories and share three stocks on our radar. Plus, Frank Ahrens shares highlights from his new book Seoul Man: A Memoir of Cars, Culture, Crisis and Unexpected Hilarity Inside a Korean Corporate Titan.

  • Spousonomics

    Aug 12 2016

    Alibaba flies higher. Disney delivers. Shake Shack stumbles. And Walmart makes a big buy. Plus, journalist Jenny Anderson talks about her book, Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage, and Dirty Dishes.

  • Retirement: How Much is Enough?

    Aug 05 2016

    Fitbit climbs. TripAdvisor stumbles. Electronic Arts scores. And FireEye gets singed. Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares the latest and greatest thinking on how much you need to retire.    

  • The 1st Trillion Dollar Company

    Jul 29 2016

    Alphabet, Amazon, and Apple report big earnings. Panera serves up strong growth. Verizon buys Yahoo. Twitter tumbles. And Whole Foods slips. Our analysts delve into the week's top business stories and share three stocks on their radar.

  • The Business of Lying

    Jul 22 2016

    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.

  • Pokemon Rules the World

    Jul 15 2016

    Nintendo scores a huge hit with Pokemon Go. Amazon hits a new high. And Starbucks serves up some appetizing news. Plus, CNBC host Kayla Tausche talks about the business of big banks.

  • Danone's Next Wave

    Jul 08 2016

    The government reports surprising jobs numbers. Danone makes a big buy. Pepsi hits a new high. And Chipotle faces new problems. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann talks Brexit, Tootsie Roll, and investing overseas.    

  • Declare Your Financial Independence!

    Jul 01 2016

    We celebrate America's 240th birthday with our Financial Independence Special, featuring encore interviews with best-selling authors and radio hosts Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.

  • Brexit: What Investors Need To Know

    Jun 24 2016

    Britain votes to leave the European Union. What does it mean for investors? Our analysts tackle that question and delve into some big news from Tesla. Plus, Cognex CEO Robert Willett talks about the business of machine vision. 

  • Money Advice from Dad

    Jun 17 2016

    Microsoft buys LinkedIn. Lumber Liquidators bounces back. We analyze those stories and more, and share the best money advice from our Dads. Plus, technology columnist Charles Arthur analyzes the Brexit vote, Apple, Google, and hot tech trends.

  • Dave & Buster's New High Score

    Jun 10 2016

    Dave & Buster's racks up big earnings. Restoration Hardware gets hammered. Keurig Green Mountain goes cold. And Disney gets ready for its Shanghai debut. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel shares some surprising insights on risk. For a preview of our Fool Fest Digital Pass, go to digitalpass.fool.com/money .    

  • Bad Jobs

    Jun 03 2016

    What do worse-than-expected jobs numbers mean for investors? Is Michael Kors stock back in fashion? Are Nike and Under Armour undervalued? Our analysts tackle those questions and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks about the new CNBC series, Binge. 

  • GoPro's Surprising Shot

    May 26 2016

    Costco posts strong profits. Monsanto rebuffs Bayer. And GoPro gets a shot of Red Bull. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Disney succession, Buffett wisdom, and must-see movies. 

  • Naked Money

    May 20 2016

    Secret agents, Bitcoin, and Fed conspiracies, oh my! Best-selling author Charlie Wheelan talks about his new book, Naked Money: A Revealing Look at What It Is and Why It Matters. Plus, our analysts discuss Google, earnings guidance, and REITs.  

  • Retail's Rough Ride

    May 13 2016

    Retail stocks get hammered. Disney loses some of its magic. Jack in the Box pops. And Electronic Arts scores big. Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner weighs in on Tesla, AI, and unconventional investing wisdom. Thanks to Audible for supporting this episode. Get a free 30-day trial at audible.com/fool.

  • Tesla Accelerates

    May 06 2016

    Tesla revs up production. Priceline loses altitude. Activision Blizzard scores. Zillow raises the roof on guidance.  And KFC serves up a surprising new offering. Our analysts discuss some of the week's top business stories and share some stocks on their radar.

  • Amazon's Wild Growth

    Apr 29 2016

    Amazon reports its most profitable quarter in history. Facebook connects. Apple slips. And Comcast makes a big buy. Plus, Thomson Reuters transportation editor Joe White kicks the tires on driverless cars.    

  • Big Tech's Big Miss

    Apr 22 2016

    Alphabet, Microsoft, and Netflix slip. McDonald's surprises. And Under Armour rises. Plus, CNBC's Becky Quick previews the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting. 

  • The Fantastic Future

    Apr 15 2016

    Wall Street's big banks report. Mark Zuckerberg lays out his vision for Facebook. And PC sales continue to fall. Plus, best-selling author Ashlee Vance talks Elon Musk, Tesla, and SpaceX. For a free preview of our Motley Fool PRO service, go to TryPro.Fool.com.

  • Disney's Surprise, Under Armour's Split

    Apr 08 2016

    Disney shuffles its front office. Under Armour splits. Twitter bets on football. And Tesla accelerates. Plus, Motley Fool analyst Joe Magyer talks Amazon, China, and underappreciated Australian stocks. 

  • Better Burgers?

    Apr 01 2016

    Chipotle serves up a Better Burger. McDonald's expands in China. And Lululemon jumps. Plus, Washington Post sportswriter Barry Svrluga talks about the business of baseball. 

  • Spring Cleaning

    Mar 25 2016

    What's been the biggest surprise of 2016 so far? What's the big question our analysts have for the rest of 2016? And what happens when you take investment advice from a stock-picking, Hungarian ballet dancer? Plus, Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig talks about his latest book, The Devil's Financial Dictionary. 

  • SeaWorld's Sea Change

    Mar 18 2016

    FedEx delivers. Oracle rides the cloud. Chipotle stumbles. And SeaWorld Entertainment makes a big, big decision. Our analysts discuss those stories and USA Today San Francisco bureau chief John Swartz talks South by Southwest. For a chance to win your own investing library, go to podcasts.fool.com. 

  • The Secrets of Being Productive

    Mar 11 2016

    What's the key to being really productive? Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Duhigg offers some insights from his new book, Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being More Productive in Life and Business. And our analysts weigh in on earnings news from Bojangles, Shake Shack, and Dollar General. For Jeff Fischer's free crash course on options, go to OptionsRadio.Fool.com. 

  • Hello Kitty!

    Mar 04 2016

    Valeant tumbles on news of an SEC investigation. Ambarella reports a big drop in profits. Kate Spade rises. And HP Enterprise surprises. Our analysts discuss those stories and delve into the latest employment numbers. And Motley Fool Asset Management Portfolio Manager Bill Mann talks China, Japan, and the big business of Hello Kitty. To check out a highlight reel from our recent investing conference in San Diego, go to digitalpass.fool.com . 

  • Home Stocks & Oscar Picks

    Feb 26 2016

    Home Depot raises the roof. Restoration Hardware gets hammered. And Domino's delivers. Our analysts discuss some of the week's earnings news and dig into some field research on the Chicken McGriddle. Corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Apple vs. Uncle Sam and shares her Oscar picks. Plus, we share details on The Motley Fool's 1st-ever digital pass to our recent investing conference in San Diego. To learn more go to digitalpass.fool.com . 

  • Apple vs. Uncle Sam

    Feb 19 2016

    Apple squares off with the FBI. Investors bid Priceline higher. Wal-Mart stumbles. And Boston Beer falls flat. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, hedge fund manager Jeff Gramm shares some insights from his new book, Dear Chairman: Boardroom Battles and the Rise of Shareholder Activism.

  • A Force Bigger Than Star Wars

    Feb 12 2016

    Disney slips on concerns over ESPN. Pepsi serves up a dividend increase. Panera serves up an earnings surprise. Tesla revs up on future guidance. And TripAdvisor takes flight. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Wharton professor Adam Grant offers up some original insight from his book, Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World.    

  • LinkedIn's Missed Connection

    Feb 05 2016

    LinkedIn plummets on weak first quarter guidance. Alphabet surpasses Apple in the race to a trillion dollar market cap. GoPro reports some not so sporty earnings. And Conoco Phillips cuts its dividend. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, ESPN analyst Andrew Brandt talks about the business of football. 

  • Facebook's Big Surprise

    Jan 29 2016

    Facebook reports record earnings thanks to strong growth in advertising. Microsoft connects with its cloud business. Apple loses some of its shine after projecting a decline in revenues. And McDonald's brings home the bacon thanks to all-day breakfast. Our analysts discuss the week's top business stories and share some stocks on their radar.

  • Blizzard 2016: Winners and Losers

    Jan 22 2016

    Which companies will be the big winners and losers from the East Coast blizzard? Our analysts discuss that story and delve into earnings news from American Express, Netflix, and Southwest Airlines. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel talks market volatility. For a free preview of our Supernova service, go to www.SupernovaRadio.Fool.com .    

  • What Now for Investors?

    Jan 15 2016

    The stock market enters correction territory. Is it time for investors to buy? Our analysts tackle that question, delve into GoPro's dramatic fall, and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Thomson Reuters transportation editor Joe White shares some highlights from the North American International Auto Show and weighs in on the future of autonomous vehicles. For a free preview of our Supernova service, go to www.SupernovaRadio.Fool.com .  

  • Mr. Market’s Rough Week

    Jan 08 2016

    Wall Street had its worst starting week ever. Our analysts discuss how should investors react to China’s volatility and which blue-chip stocks are on their watch lists. Plus, we analyze the latest from the auto industry, specialty retail, financial services and more. Bill George shares lessons from his latest best-seller, Discover Your True North: Becoming An Authentic Leader. To check out our new podcast center go to www.fool.com/podcasts 

  • 2016 Preview

    Jan 01 2016

    Which stocks should investors be watching in 2016? Is it time to buy oil stocks? What's the big question for 2016? Our analysts preview the new year, make some reckless predictions, and offer up some resolutions.

  • Irrational Investing

    Dec 25 2015

    On this week's show, we revisit some of our favorite interviews on investor behavior. Best-selling author Carl Richards talks about the benefits of the overnight test. Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas. And Dan Ariely talks investing and irrationality.     

  • The Biggest Surprise of 2015

    Dec 18 2015

    What's the biggest investing story of 2015? The biggest surprise? The best CEO? The worst CEO? On this week's show, our analysts weigh in on some 2015 surprises, highlights, and lowlights. 

  • Can Chipotle Bounce Back?

    Dec 11 2015

    Chipotle serves up some reassurance. Keurig Green Mountain perks up. And Kinder Morgan oils down its dividend. Our analysts discuss those stories and CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks big banks, stock market surprises, and Star Wars. 

  • YouTube Has Wall Street Seeing Red

    Dec 04 2015

    YouTube goes shopping for TV and movies. Yahoo! considers selling its U.S. media business. And holiday retail gets off to a strong start. Our analysts discuss those stories and toy industry analyst Chris Byrne offers a preview of what's hot this year. For a free copy of our best-selling e-book, The Motley Fool Guide to Investing for Beginners, go to www.fool.com/beginners. 

  • Turkey Stocks, Humble Pie & Malcolm Gladwell

    Nov 27 2015

    In the spirit of Thanksgiving, our analysts talk turkey, share some stocks they're thankful for, and dig into some humble pie. Plus, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.

  • Hot IPOs, Cold Pizza & Star Wars

    Nov 20 2015

    Wal-Mart surprises. Jack in the Box pops. Square makes its public markets debut. And Urban Outfitters buys a pizza chain? Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Wall Street reform, Volkswagen, and Star Wars. For a free preview of our MDP service, go to MDPRadio.Fool.com. 

  • The Devil's In The Dictionary

    Nov 13 2015

    Macy's and Nordstrom take a tumble. Homebuilder D.R. Horton raises the roof. Cisco Systems slips. And Priceline trips. Our analysts discuss those stories and Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Zweig talks about his new book, The Devil's Financial Dictionary.

  • Facebook Soars, Disney Delivers

    Nov 06 2015

    Facebook and Visa hit new highs. Disney's theme parks deliver while TripAdvisor loses some altitude. Our analysts discuss those stories and weigh in on stronger-than-expected jobs numbers. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel talks market volatility and shares some fatherly financial advice.  

  • Hot Coffee & Cold Wings

    Oct 30 2015

    Apple reports record earnings. Starbucks grinds out big profits. LinkedIn connects. And Buffalo Wild Wings goes cold. Our analysts discuss those stories and Yahoo! Finance markets correspondent Nicole Sinclair talks holiday retail.

  • New Highs for Alphabet, Amazon & Microsoft

    Oct 23 2015

    Alphabet, Amazon, McDonald's and Microsoft hit new highs. Valeant Pharmaceuticals plummets. And Oprah gives Weight Watchers a boost. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, CNBC's Kayla Tausche talks big banks, Square IPO, and Star Wars.

  • Wal-Mart's 10% Off Sale

    Oct 16 2015

    Wal-Mart stumbles. Intel slips. And TripAdvisor takes flight. Motley Fool analysts Jeff Fischer, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks China and investing. For Jeff Fischer's free crash course on options, go to OptionsRadio.Fool.com .    

  • Battle in the Beer Industry

    Oct 09 2015

    Anheuser-Bush InBev makes another bid for rival SABMiller. Domino’s Pizza serves up strong sales in the U.S., while Yum Brands continues to struggle in China. Plus, Credit Suisse Managing Director Michael Mauboussin shares some insights from his latest book, ''The Success Equation: Untangling Skill and Luck in Business, Sports, and Investing.''

  • Spicy Stocks & Tools for Smart Thinking

    Oct 02 2015

    The government reports surprising unemployment numbers. Automakers report surprising sales. And rumors fly around Twitter's next CEO. Our analysts discuss those stories and psychology professor Richard Nisbett shares some insights from his new book, Mindware: Tools for Smart Thinking. 

  • Volkswagen's Rough Road Ahead

    Sep 25 2015

    Volkswagen hits the skids. Nike hits its stride. And Groupon takes 10% off its workforce. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, ThomsonReuters Transportation Editor Joe White talks about the implications of the Volkswagen scandal.  

  • The Future of Investing

    Sep 18 2015

    What does the Fed's inaction mean for investors? Will Hewlett-Packard's fortunes improve after a break-up? And will Olive Garden continue to serve up big returns? Our analysts tackle those stories and Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner weighs in on Apple, Netflix, and the future of financial services. 

  • The Fed's Next Move & Apple's New Gadgets

    Sep 11 2015

    Will the Federal Reserve raise interest rates? We analyze what the Fed's next move means for investors and discuss Apple's latest gadgets and Lululemon's latest earnings. Plus, Grantland columnist Andy Greenwald analyzes the business of television.

  • Costco's Winning Formula

    Sep 04 2015

    Costco has racked up big profits for shareholders. In this special episode of Motley Fool Money, Costco co-founder Jim Sinegal shares some secrets to Costco's success.

  • What the Market Volatility Means for You

    Aug 28 2015

    The stock market has a wild week. What does the latest volatility mean for you? Our analysts discuss that question and share some stocks on their radar. And we revisit our interview with Stephen Dubner, co-author of When to Rob a Bank: And 131 More Warped Suggestions and Well-Intended Rants. 

  • The Case for Not Panicking

    Aug 21 2015

    The stock market tumbles. Is it a time for investors to be greedy or a time for investors to be fearful. Our analysts tackle that question and weigh in on some of the week's earnings news. And former Marketplace host Tess Vigeland talks about her new book, Leap: Leaving a Job with No Plan B to Find the Career and Life You Really Want.

  • Google's Switch & Buffett's Big Buy

    Aug 14 2015

    Google restructures. Shake Shack slips. And Warren Buffett makes a big buy. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. And Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann talks about what the volatility in China means for investors.

  • Trouble in the Magic Kingdom?

    Aug 07 2015

    Walt Disney shares fall on concerns over cord cutting. Is it a buying opportunity or is Disney losing its magic? We tackle that question and talk CVS, Coach, Lumber Liquidators, Priceline, and Zillow. And Paul Downs talks about his new book, Boss Life: Surviving My Own Small Business.

  • The Future of Facebook

    Jul 31 2015

    Facebook and LinkedIn fail to impress Wall Street. Twitter plummets. And Whole Food slips. Our analysts tackle those stories and discuss when to sell a stock. Plus, MarketWatch columnist Chuck Jaffe talks Apple, mutual funds, and investor sentiment.

  • Amazon's Surprising Rise to the Top

    Jul 24 2015

    Amazon.com soars after big earnings. And Chipotle, Starbucks, and UnderArmour get in on the party as well. Our analysts tackle those stories and debate the future of McDonald's. Plus, behavioral economist Dan Ariely talks about his new book, Irrationally Yours: On Missing Socks, Pickup Lines, and Other Existential Puzzles.

  • Will Google Overtake Apple?

    Jul 17 2015

    Google has its best week in more than ten years. Will the tech giant overtake Apple in the race to a trillion dollar market cap? Our analysts tackle that question and delve into big earnings from Dominos, eBay, and Netflix. And Motley Fool analyst Tim Beyers talks Comic Con 2015 and the battle for the living room.  

  • China, Cybersecurity & Baseball’s Business

    Jul 10 2015

    The NYSE halted trading and United Airlines grounded thousands of flights, both due to computer problems, so is it time to invest in cybersecurity stocks? China’s market is tanking, but should U.S. investors buy the dip? Plus, sportswriter Barry Svrluga analyzes baseball’s $9 billion industry and discusses his new book, “The Grind: Inside Baseball’s Endless Season”.

  • Declare Your Financial Independence!

    Jul 03 2015

    We celebrate America’s 239th birthday with our “Financial Independence” special, featuring encore interviews with two of the best of the business: Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.

  • Nike’s Victory Lap & Alibaba’s Exit

    Jun 26 2015

    Nike shares hit an all-time high after strong Q4 results. Alibaba sells its U.S. business. IAC prepares to spin off Match.com, Tinder and OKCupid. Is it time to invest in online dating? We analyze those stories, dip into the Fool Mailbag and share a few stocks on our radar. Plus, Tim Hanson discusses the latest drama between Greece and the EU, investing in China, and what he’s watching in the 2nd half of 2015.

  • The Next Priceline?

    Jun 19 2015

    TripAdvisor soars on its partnership with Marriott. And Fitbit soars in its Wall Street debut. Our analysts discuss some of the week's top business stories and Zillow Chief Marketing Officer Amy Bohutinsky talks about the future of real estate.

  • Mid-Year Review & the Business of Extreme Sports

    Jun 10 2015

    On this week's show, our analysts review the first half of 2015 and talk about some of the stock market's biggest surprises. And CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks Apple, GoPro, and the big business of extreme sports.

  • Time to Take Stock in Automakers?

    Jun 05 2015

    The government reports stronger than expected jobs numbers. Automakers report surprising sales. Yahoo! partners with the NFL. And Herbalife goes on the attack. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Chris talks Ford, GM, and leadership with best-selling author Bryce Hoffman.

  • Amazon's Speed, GoPro's Drones, and the Colonel's Comeback

    May 29 2015

    Amazon launches same-day delivery. GoPro gets into the drone business. Michael Kors reports some unfashionable numbers. And Yum! Brands brings back Colonel Sanders. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. And Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann talks investing and China. 

  • Why Target is Seeing Green

    May 21 2015

    Target reports big earnings. Home Depot raises the roof. And Red Robin flies higher. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. And corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks McDonald's, Mad Men, and Memorial Day movies. 

  • David Gardner on Tesla, Star Wars, & Advice for Graduates

    May 15 2015

    Verizon buys AOL. American Express hikes its dividend. And Shake Shack serves up surprising earnings. Our analysts discuss those stories and other business headlines. And Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner shares some advice for graduates and talks Apple, Tesla, and Star Wars. For more insights from David and his Supernova team, go to DiscoverSupernova.fool.com    

  • Disney's Magic Touch

    May 08 2015

    Disney reports big earnings. Whole Foods thinks small. And TripAdvisor flies higher. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. And Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner shares some insights from his new book, When to Rob a Bank?    

  • Apple, LinkedIn, and Twitter

    May 01 2015

    Apple reports big earnings. LinkedIn and Twitter stumble. And Lumber Liquidators falls to a 3-year low. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel talks earnings, easy money, and misguided financial advice. 

  • Amazon's Secret Weapon

    Apr 24 2015

    Starbucks serves up a new all-time high. And Amazon and Microsoft find big profits in the cloud. Our analysts discuss those stories and delve into earnings news from Chipotle, Google, and 3D Systems. Plus, CNBC journalist Becky Quick previews the upcoming Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting. To get a copy of our e-book on Warren Buffett, just email warren@fool.com.  

  • Netflix Delivers

    Apr 17 2015

    Netflix delivers big earnings. Etsy has a big debut on Wall Street. And Party City gives investors reasons to celebrate. Our analysts discuss those stories and delve into other earnings news. And Google Senior Vice President of People Operations Laszlo Bock shares some insights from his new book, Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead.

  • 4 Big Deals

    Apr 10 2015

    GE announces a $50 billion share buyback. Royal Dutch Shell agrees to buy BG for $70 billion. And LinkedIn buys online education site Lynda.com for $1.5 billion. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. And New York Times money columnist Ron Lieber talks about his new book, The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money.

  • Michael Lewis on Wall Street

    Apr 03 2015

    With the 1st quarter of 2015 in the books, what should investors be watching in Q2?McDonald’s joins Wal-Mart and Target in increasing wages for workers. We analyze Amazon’s new “Dash Button”, GoDaddy’s hot IPO, and the latest questions in the Fool Mailbag. Plus, best-selling author Michael Lewis reflects on his first book “Liar’s Poker”, the current landscape on Wall Street, and what advice he has for college graduates.  

  • Buffett’s Buy & Soda’s Steady Decline

    Mar 27 2015

    Warren Buffett and 3G Capital team up again for the merger of Heinz and Kraft Foods.  Coke and Pepsi grapple with the same problem: diet soda sales falling year over year.  Wall Street’s most powerful woman takes a job with Google.  And McDonald’s rolls out a surprising new product line.  Our analysts discuss those stories and more, plus CPA Megan Brinfield offers tax tips for investors.

  • Starbucks’ Bold Move

    Mar 20 2015

    Investors react to the Fed's loss of patience. Starbucks announces a stock split and gets some blowback over its latest initiative.  And Nike rises on better-than-expected earnings.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner discusses valuations, hidden gems, Chipotle, Facebook, and Shake Shack. 

  • Apple Watch

    Mar 13 2015

    Apple unveils its watch. Big banks get a passing grade. Disney announces a sequel to Frozen. And Twitter bets big on video. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. And sports business analyst Kristi Dosh talks about the business of March Madness.

  • 1 CEO Cooking Up Big Returns

    Mar 06 2015

    Costco and Wayfair deliver the goods. Lumber Liquidators collapses. And two big tech stocks make a big switch. We discuss those stories and more. Plus, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Middleby CEO Selim Bassoul about hot ovens and hot stocks.

  • Raising the Roof

    Feb 27 2015

    Target hits the mark.  Home Depot and Lowes raise the roof.  And the nightmares continue for DreamWorks.   Our analysts discuss those stories and Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks Tesla, Google, and international investing.

  • The Creator's Code

    Feb 20 2015

    Priceline soars.  Solar City feels the heat.  And Jack-in-the-Box hits a new high.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And Amy Wilkinson talks about her book, The Creator's Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs.    

  • The S&P's New High: Too Late to Buy?

    Feb 13 2015

    The S&P 500 hits a new high.  Trip Advisor soars.  Whole Foods delivers. And Amerian Express declines.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks proxy voting, executive pay, and Academy Awards. 

  • The Mouse That Roared

    Feb 06 2015

    Disney reports record earnings and shares hit an all-time high.  Will the magic continue for investors?  Our analysts tackle that question and delve into the latest numbers from Chipotle, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more.   And Motley Fool Pro Australia advisor Joe Magyer talks Google and China.  

  • Apple, Facebook, and Legendary IPOs

    Jan 30 2015

    Apple and Google rise on earnings.  Facebook slips.  McDonald's gets a new big cheese. And one company announces a legendary IPO.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some time-tested rules for investors. 

  • How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life

    Jan 23 2015

    Netflix surprises.  McDonald's stumbles.  Starbucks serves up big earnings.  And the New Hampshire lottery serves up the sweet smell of bacon.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And economist Russ Roberts shares some insights from his book, How Adam Smith Can Change Your Life:  An Unexpected Guide to Human Nature and Happiness.    

  • Monster Trucks and Earnings Surprises

    Jan 16 2015

    Intel surprises.  Best Buy disappoints.  And Target checks out of Canada.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And veteran auto writer Paul Lienert shares the latest on big trucks, self-driving cars, and The North American International Auto Show.

  • Money Tips for the New Year

    Jan 09 2015

    Coach goes shoe shopping.  The Container Store falls as investors fail to contain their pessimism.  And Costco and J.C. Penney ring up strong holiday numbers.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And Motley Fool Personal Finance expert Dayana Yochim shares some tips for 2015.    

  • 2015 Preview: Part Two

    Dec 30 2014

    What's the big question for investors in 2015?  Which industries are worth watching?  Which stocks are poised to have a big year?   In part two of our 2015 preview, we tackle those questions and talk about some stocks to watch in the year ahead.    And we revisit our interview with Daniel Levitin, author of The Organized Mind.

  • 2015 Preview: Part One

    Dec 23 2014

    Which industries are poised to have a big 2015?  Which emerging markets will emerge for investors?  Are energy companies undervalued?  Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann and Tim Hanson tackle those questions in part one of our 2015 preview.  And we revisit our interview with How to Speak Money author John Lanchester.

  • Year in Review

    Dec 19 2014

    What was the business story of 2014?  What was the biggest surprise?  Which CEOs deserver some holiday cheer?  Who deserves a lump of coal?  We tackle those questions and revisit our interview with How Not To Be Wrong author Jordan Ellenberg.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.12.2014

    Dec 12 2014

    Costco hits an all-time high.  Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO steps down.  And LendingClub has a big debut on Wall Street.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel takes stock in declining oil prices.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.05.2014

    Dec 05 2014

    The market hits new highs.  Disney hikes its dividend.  Abercrombie & Fitch reports unfashionable earnings.   And Burger King brings back the Yumbo.   On this week’s Motley Fool Money Radio Show, our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla weighs in on some big stories for the year ahead.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.28.2014

    Nov 25 2014

    On our Thanksgiving Special, our analysts talk turkey, share some stocks they're thankful for, and eat some humble pie.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks about the Uber controversy, Toy Story 4, and the future of the movie business. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.21.2014

    Nov 21 2014

    China cuts interest rates.   Best Buy surprises investors.  Keurig Green Mountain tumbles.  And Jack in the Box heats up.   Our analysts discuss those stories.  Plus, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Whole Foods co-CEOs John Mackey and Walter Robb.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.14.2014

    Nov 14 2014

    Wal-mart surprises investors.  Buffett loads up on batteries.  Hasbro eyes DreamWorks.  And Twitter has a heart-to-heart with Wall Street analysts.   Our analysts discuss those stories and explain why the battle for mobile payment may already be over.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.07.2014

    Nov 07 2014

    On this week's show, our analysts discuss earnings news from Alibaba, GoPro, Tesla, and Whole Foods.  Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel talks elections and investing.  And tech entrepreneur Josh Baer shares some startup secrets.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.31.2014

    Oct 31 2014

    On this week's show, our analysts discuss earnings news from Facebook, GoPro, LinkedIn, MasterCard, and Starbucks.  And Lawrence Cunningham talks about his new book, Berkshire Beyond Buffett:  The Enduring Value of Values.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.24.2014

    Oct 24 2014

    Apple hits a new high.  Amazon stumbles.  Microsoft surprises.  And McDonald’s slowdown continues.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And we talk about the power of the unconventional with Linda Rottenberg, author of Crazy is a Compliment: The Power of Zigging When Everyone Else Zags.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.17.2014

    Oct 17 2014

    Stock market volatility continues.  Google misses.  Netflix tumbles.  And Barbie trips.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, author of The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.10.2014

    Oct 10 2014

    Costco hits an all-time high, Apple gets a letter from Carl Icahn, and semiconductor stocks send the Nasdaq lower. We analyze the latest headlines and talk with best-selling author Daniel Levitin about his latest book “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload“. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.03.2014

    Oct 03 2014

    On this week's show, our analysts discuss the surprising jobs numbers, eBay's PayPal spin-off, and Wayfair's red-hot IPO.   And we talk with John Lanchester, author of How to Speak Money: What The Money People Say - And What It Really Means.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.26.2014

    Sep 26 2014

    Blackberry unveils the Passport.  A giant in the bond business changes teams.  And Apple deals with a new twist.  Our analysts discuss those stories and Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel shares some of his unpopular opinions. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.19.2014

    Sep 19 2014

    Alibaba works its magic on Wall Street.  FedEx delivers.  And Oracle's CEO steps down.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, Facebook Effect author David Kirkpatrick talks about the future of Facebook.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.12.2014

    Sep 12 2014

    Apple introduces a smartwatch.  Lululemon reports fashionable earnings.  And Activision Blizzard meets its Destiny.   Our analyst discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk with Adam Tanner, author of What Stays in Vegas:  The World of Personal Data  - Lifeblood of Big Business - and the End of Privacy as We Know It.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.05.2014

    Sep 05 2014

    Apple deals with problems in the cloud.  CVS goes on a health kick.   And Twitter gets ready for some football.  Our analysts discuss those stories and Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks investing overseas.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.29.2014

    Aug 27 2014

    Is high-speed trading a big problem for investors?  On this week's show, we revisit our interview with Michael Lewis, author of Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.22.2014

    Aug 21 2014

    On this week’s show, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff about the big business of real estate. And we revisit our conversation with Think Like a Freak co-author Stephen Dubner.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.15.2014

    Aug 15 2014

    Wal-Mart fails to impress Wall Street. Kate Spade slips. And Noodles & Company leaves investors feeling hungry.  Our analysts discuss some of the week's top business stories.  Plus, Wired Senior Editor Adam Rogers talks about the business of booze. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.08.2014

    Aug 08 2014

    Disney reports big earnings.   Procter & Gamble announces a big move.  And shares of Lululemon rise on insider selling news.  We discuss those stories and Motley Fool analyst Joe Magyer weighs in on value investing, GM, Facebook, and Google. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.01.2014

    Aug 01 2014

    Twitter reports a profit.  Zillow makes a big buy.  And Buffalo Wild Wiings serves up some not so hot earnings.  Our analysts discuss those stories.  And Motley Fool co-founders David and Tom Gardner talk Tesla, Facebook, and market volatility.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.25.2014

    Jul 25 2014

      Shares of Facebook hit a new high. Chipotle serves up big gains.  Amazon stumbles. And Apple rises. Our analysts discuss some of the week's big earnings news and take stock in the business of Comic-Con.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.18.2014

    Jul 18 2014

    Microsoft cuts 18,000 jobs.  Mattel slips on Barbie bearishness.   And Google climbs on stronger-than-expected revenues.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.   And just how did LEGO go from near-bankruptcy to Everything is Awesome?   Chris talks with Wharton Professor David Robertson, author of Brick by Brick:  How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.11.2014

    Jul 11 2014

    The Fed's bond buying will end in October. Earnings season starts with a bang for Alcoa, but a thud for The Container Store and Lumber Liquidators.  We analyze an upcoming merger for Big Tobacco and an upcoming makeover for one restaurant chain.  Plus, portfolio manager Bill Mann discusses European banks, the best way for companies to use cash, and why he's heading to Japan.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.04.2014

    Jul 03 2014

    On this week's show, we revisit some of our favorite interviews on investor behavior.  Best-selling author Carl Richards talks about the benefits of the overnight test.  Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas.  And Dan Ariely talks investing and irrationality. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.27.2014

    Jun 27 2014

    GoPro has a big debut.  Nike hits a new high.  Barnes & Noble spins off the Nook.  And television networks score a big victory.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, CNBC's David Faber talks about the new CNBC documentary, Amazon Rising.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.20.2014

    Jun 20 2014

    The Fed continues tapering. Amazon introduces a smartphone. And FedEx hits a new high.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Jordan Ellenberg shares some insights from his book, How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.13.2014

    Jun 13 2014

    Intel rises.  Priceline buys OpenTable. Twitter's COO resigns.  Lululemon stumbles.  And GM issues another recall.  Our analysts talk about those stories and Motley Fool Singapore Director David Kuo shares his thoughts on the slowdown in China.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.06.2014

    Jun 06 2014

    General Motors CEO Mary Barra fires 15 employees in the wake of an internal investigation.  Pandora hits a sour note.   And Krispy Kreme serves up some not-so-sweet earnings.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the business of soccer with Stefan Szymanski, co-author of Soccernomics:  Why England Loses, Why Germany and Brazil Win, and Why the U.S., Japan, Australia, Turkey--and Even Iraq--Are Destined to Become the Kings of the World's ...more

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.30.2014

    May 30 2014

    Apple buys Beats.  Michael Kors reports some fashionable numbers.  And Google unveils its latest self-driving car.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And actor, comedian, and podcaster Adam Corolla talks about his new book, President Me.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.23.2014

    May 23 2014

    AT&T announces plans to buy DirecTV.  AstraZeneca rebuffs Pfizer.  And Urban Outfitters hits a 52-week low.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks CEO pay and summer movies.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.16.2014

    May 16 2014

    Freakonomics co-author Stephen Dubner talks about his new book, Think Like a Freak.   And our analysts discuss Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, SodaStream, and some of the week's other business news.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.09.2014

    May 07 2014

    Disney reports big earnings. Whole Foods tumbles.  And Activision Blizzard raises expectations.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner talks with Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.02.2014

    May 02 2014

    The government reports surprising employment numbers.  Ford and Yum name new CEOs. LinkedIn fails to connect.  And Coach falls out of fashion.  We discuss those stories and talk creativity with Pixar President Ed Catmull.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.25.2014

    Apr 25 2014

    Our analysts discuss earnings news from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Ford, McDonald's, Netflix, and Starbucks.  And CNBC host Becky Quick previews the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.

  • Motley Fool Money: 4.18.2014

    Apr 17 2014

    Is high-frequency trading a threat to individual investors?  On this week’s show, best-selling author Michael Lewis talks about his new book, Flash Boys:  A Wall Street Revolt.

  • Motley Fool Money: 4.11.2014

    Apr 11 2014

    The Nasdaq records its worst day in more than two years.   eBay and Carl Icahn decide to play nice.  And Panera's CEO compares his restaurant to a mosh pit.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel shares his insights on market volatility, portfolio diversification, and T. Boone Pickens.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.04.2014

    Apr 04 2014

    March jobs numbers come in light. The debate over high frequency trading rages on Wall Street. And Google pulls off an unusual stock split. We analyze the latest from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, GrubHub and share 3 stocks on our radar. Plus Twitter co-founder Biz Stone shares what it’s like to negotiate with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and why Wyle E. Coyote is an inspiring business leader. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.28.2014

    Mar 28 2014

    Facebook makes a big buy.  Microsoft introduces Office for the iPad.  And Candy Crush gets crushed.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.   Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp talks portfolio rebalancing, hidden fees, and financial planning.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.21.2014

    Mar 21 2014

    Microsoft hits a 14-year high.  Wal-Mart goes after GameStop.  And Starbucks bets on wine and beer.  Our analysts discuss those stories.  Plus, best-selling author Will Thorndike shares some investing insights from his book, The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.14.2014

    Mar 14 2014

    Clothing retailers report some unfashionable earnings. GM deals with new questions.  And Amazon hikes the price of Prime.   Our analysts discuss these stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner weighs in on Apple, Tesla, and investing in outsiders.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.07.2014

    Mar 07 2014

    Costco disappoints.  Safeway makes a deal.  And SkullCandy skyrockets.   Our analysts discuss some of the week's business news and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, author Brad Stone talks about his book, The Everything Store:  Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.28.2014

    Feb 28 2014

    Baidu reports big earnings.  Boston Beer serves up a surprise.  And J.C. Penney and Target investors see some green.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.   Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Carl Icahn, Netflix, and Academy Awards.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.21.2014

    Feb 21 2014

    Facebook makes a $20 billion connection.  Tesla generates some electricity on Wall Street.  And Lumber Liquidators raises the roof.  Our analysts discuss some of the week's top business stories.  Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks Twitter and shares some stocks on his radar. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.14.2014

    Feb 14 2014

    Comcast and Time Warner Cable agree to join forces.  Jos. A. Bank buys Eddie Bauer.  And AIG reports a profit and hikes its dividend.   On this week's show, our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks business with Malcolm Gladwell, author of David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.07.2014

    Feb 07 2014

    CVS makes a surprising announcement.  Twitter tumbles.  And Disney hits a new high.    Plus, Guardian technology editor Charles Arthur talks about Microsoft's new CEO.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.31.2014

    Jan 31 2014

    The stock market stumbles. Facebook connects. Chipotle serves up big earnings. And Google surprises.  Our analysts discuss some of the week's big stories. Plus, Leigh Steinberg talks about his book, The Agent: My 40-Year Career Making Deals and Changing the Game.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.24.2014

    Jan 31 2014

    Netflix investors see green after strong subscriber growth.  Microsoft surprises with strong Surface sales. And Starbucks serves up big earnings.  Our analyst discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks international investing.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.17.2014

    Jan 17 2014

    Best Buy tanks on weak holiday sales. Google spends $3.2 billion on smart-home tech company Nest.  Plus, our take on Intel, UPS, Hershey.  Veteran automotive writer Paul Lienert analyzes the news from Ford, GM and Tesla Motors at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.10.2014

    Jan 10 2014

    Target sees red after its data breach.  Twitter gets downgraded.  And Ford's CEO turns down Microsoft.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley Fool analyst Matthew Argersinger shares some insights from CES 2014.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.03.2014

    Jan 03 2014

    What does the market's stellar performance in 2013 mean for investors this year?  On this week's show, we preview 2014. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.27.2013

    Dec 23 2013

    On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews.  Best-selling author Dan Pink talks about his latest book, "To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others."  And Panera Bread founder and CEO Ron Shaich serves up some insights on the restaurant business.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.20.2013

    Dec 20 2013

    The Dow hits a record high as strong 3rd-quarter GDP numbers surprised Wall Street.  Nike & FedEx deliver mixed earnings.  Chipotle gets into the pizza business.  Plus columnist Morgan Housel shares his outlook for 2014.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.13.2013

    Dec 13 2013

    A new CEO takes the wheel at General Motors. Lululemon's CEO steps down. And MasterCard reports big earnings. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. Plus, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks Twitter, television, and investing in the new year.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.06.2013

    Dec 06 2013

    Amazon unveils a high-flying initiative.  Apple inks a deal with the world's biggest mobile carrier.  And Sears spins off Lands End.   Our analysts discuss those stories and we talk about the big business of blockbusters with Anita Elberse, author of Blockbusters: Hit-Making, Risk-Taking, and the Big Business of Entertainment.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.29.2013

    Nov 26 2013

    On this week's show, we eat some humble pie, share some stocks we're thankful for, and talk about a few turkeys.   And best-selling author and radio host Clark Howard serves up some advice from his book, Living Large for the Long Haul.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.22.2013

    Nov 22 2013

    Shares of Tesla lose some energy.  Target misses the mark.  Green Mountain grinds out big earnings.  And Campbell's Soup serves up some disappointing numbers.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks JPMorgan Chase, CEO pay, and must-see movies.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.15.2013

    Nov 15 2013

    Facebook gets rejected.  Potbelly reports tasty earnings.  And Amazon announces Sunday delivery.   Our analysts discuss those stories.  Plus,  Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp talks retirement surprises and shares some questions you should ask your financial advisor.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.08.2013

    Nov 08 2013

    The government reports some surprising employment numbers.  Twitter has a big debut.  And Tesla tumbles.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  And we talk about the business of big banks with financial analyst Mike Mayo, author of Exile on Wall Street.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.01.2013

    Nov 01 2013

    Apple fails to impress investors.   Starbucks hits a new high.  And Buffalo Wild Wings serves up hot earnings.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.25.2013

    Oct 25 2013

    Microsoft rises on earnings.  Amazon hits a new high.   And Netflix overtakes HBO.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Panera Bread founder and CEO Ron Shaich serves up some insights on the restaurant business.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.18.2013

    Oct 18 2013

    Congress makes a deal.  Google hits a new high.  Chipotle heats up.  And Apple makes a fashionable addition.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel talks about why you should invest like a psychopath.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.11.2013

    Oct 11 2013

    The government shutdown continues.  Costco’s quarterly profit is better than advertised, while Yum Brands’ woes continue in China.  Google teams up with HP.  And the craft beer brewing industry comes to a complete stop.  Plus, our analysts share 3 stocks for your watchlist and senior columnist Chuck Jaffe talks mutual fund investing and how to find a financial advisor.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.04.2013

    Oct 04 2013

    The government shuts down. Twitter gets ready to go public. And some Microsoft shareholders call for Bill Gates to step down. Our analysts discuss those stories and Honest Tea co-founder Seth Goldman talks about the business of tea.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.27.2013

    Sep 27 2013

    Government shutdown looms, JC Penney does it again, and Nike hits an all-time high.  Our guys analyze the latest on Microsoft’s next CEO and share 3 stocks on their radar.  Plus, craft beer pioneer Ken Grossman takes us inside the industry with his new book, Beyond the Pale: The Story of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.20.2013

    Sep 20 2013

    Bernanke surprises.  Microsoft makes a big buy.  And Tesla accelerates.   Plus,  producer Jim Bruce discusses his new film, Money for Nothing:  Inside the Federal Reserve.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09 13 2013

    Sep 13 2013

    Apple gets a weak reception.  Twitter announces plans to go public. McDonald's serves up surprising earnings.  And the Dow does some remodeling.  Our analysts discuss those stories and tech writer Rob Pegoraro talks smartphones, smartwatches, and laser-guided beard trimmers.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.06.2013

    Sep 06 2013

    The government reports weaker-than-expected jobs numbers.  Microsoft makes a big buy.  Samsung & Qualcomm unveil the first smart watches. And Campbell Soup serves up a new way to make soup.    On this week’s show,  our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley Fool Asset Management’s Bill Mann gives his take on the some recent business developments.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.30.2013

    Aug 28 2013

    On this week’s show, Naked Statistics author Charlie Wheelan talks about the numbers business.  And Dan Heath talks about the business of decision-making.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.23.2013

    Aug 23 2013

    ESPN's Nate Silver, Rick Harrison of Pawn Stars, and our own in-house Las Vegas expert gives us his take on gold.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.16.2013

    Aug 16 2013

    Retail stocks suffer a bad week.  BlackBerry puts itself up for sale. Carl Icahn takes a big bit of Apple stock and takes a shot at fellow activist investor Bill Ackman.  Plus, radio host and best-selling author Clark Howard shares money-saving advice from his latest book, Living Large For The Long Run.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.09.2013

    Aug 09 2013

    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos buys The Washington Post.  Groupon and Tesla surprise investors. And Disney survives the Lone Ranger.  Our analysts discuss those stories and retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares some timeless retirement advice.

  • Motley Fool Money 08.02.2013

    Aug 02 2013

    Our analysts discuss the latest jobs report and delve into earnings news from Buffalo Wild Wings, Coach, LinkedIn,  SodaStream, and Whole Foods.  And CNBC correspondent Carl Quintanilla talks about the new CNBC documentary, Twitter Revolution.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.26.2013

    Jul 26 2013

    Our analysts discuss earnings news from Apple, Baidu, Facebook, Netflix, and Starbucks.   And best-selling author Dan Pink talks about his latest book: "To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others."

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.19.2013

    Jul 18 2013

    The Fed Chief ressures investors. Coca-Cola loses some fizz.  And Barbie stumbles. Our analysts discuss thoses stories and share three stocks on their radar. And Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner shares some investing wisdom.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.12.2013

    Jul 12 2013

    The market hits new highs.  Microsoft restructures.  Kroger buys Harris Teeter.  And Twinkie makes a comeback.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  And we talk business with the hosts of The Dinner Party Download.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.05.2013

    Jul 03 2013

    We celebrate Independence Day with our “Financial Independence” special, featuring encore interviews with two of the best of the business: Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.28.2013

    Jun 28 2013

    Our analysts talk GDP growth, Barnes & Noble, and robot roaches.   And we talk about the early business of baseball with Edward Achorn, author of The Summer of Beer and Whiskey. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.21.2013

    Jun 21 2013

    Ben Bernanke spooks investors.  Shares of Jack in the Box rise.  And Men's Wearhouse gives the boot to a retail icon.  We discuss those stories and talk emerging markets with Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.14.2013

    Jun 14 2013

    Apple unveils a new look. Google buys Waze. And Lululemon surprises investors. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar. And CNBC media and entertainment reporter Julia Boorstin talks about the future of television.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.07.2013

    Jun 07 2013

    The government reports surprising jobs numbers.  Amazon.com rolls out a new delivery service.  And IBM bets big on cloud computing.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  And Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner weighs in on Apple, Tesla, and robot overlords.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.31.2013

    May 31 2013

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.24.2013

    May 24 2013

    The Fed stays the course.  Microsoft unveils the Xbox One.  And Disney makes some surprising cuts.    Our analysts discuss those stories.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Apple, Buffett, and Memorial Day movies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.17.2013

    May 17 2013

    Google hits an all-time high.  Cisco hits a two-year high.  And Tesla continues it sudden acceleration.  Our analysts discuss those stories. Plus, we talk with Charlie Wheelan, author of Naked Statistics:  Stripping the Dread from the Data.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.10.2013

    May 10 2013

    Whole Foods produces big earnings. Tesla surprises. Groupon delivers. And Facebook eyes the map app Waze. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  And Motley Fool Income Investor Advisor Joe Mayger talks about the philsophy behind his top-rated investing newsletter.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.03.2013

    May 03 2013

    The stock market hits a new high on stronger-than-expected jobs numbers.  Our analysts talk about what it means for investors and delve into earnings news from Facebook, LinkedIn, Disney, Visa, Mastercard, and DreamWorks.  And the Daily Racing Form's Steven Crist talks about the business of betting on horses.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.26.2013

    Apr 24 2013

    Apple reports big earnings but fails to impress investors.  Netflix surprises and its stock soars.  And a fake tweet causes a flash crash.   Our analysts discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest earnings from Coach, Yum! Brands, and Procter & Gamble.   And CNBC host Becky Quick previews the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.19.2013

    Apr 19 2013

    Our analysts discuss earnings news from Google, Microsoft, Chipotle, Intel, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi.  And we talk with Kenneth Cukier, co-author of Big Data:  A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.12.2013

    Apr 12 2013

    The stock market hits a new high.   J.C. Penney gets a new CEO.   And PC shipments hit a new low.  Our analysts discuss those stories. And Motley Fool Asset Management portfolio manager Bill Mann talks about international investing.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.05.2013

    Apr 05 2013

    Samsung partners with Best Buy. Panera hits a new high. And Samoa Air makes a weighty decision. Our analysts discuss those stories. Plus, author Dan Heath talks about his new book, Decisive: How To Make Better Choices In Life And Work.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.29.2013

    Mar 26 2013

    On this week's show, we revisit two of our favorite interviews.  We talk with Dan Ariely, author of The Honest Truth About Dishonesty.  And former Gambino family associate Louis Ferrante talks about his book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.22.2013

    Mar 22 2013

    The EU attempts to deal with the crisis in Cyprus.  Nike hits a new high.  And Lululemon deals with disclosure issues.   Plus,  Jonah Berger discusses his new book, Contagious:  Why Things Catch On.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.15.2013

    Mar 15 2013

    The Dow hits an all-time high.  Samsung unveils its latest rival to the iPhone.  And Mayor Bloomberg suffers a sweet defeat.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.08.2013

    Mar 08 2013

    Our analysts discuss the Dow's new high, drama at Dell, and Warren Buffett's annual letter.  Plus,  Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks about some of his favorite, cutting-edge companies. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.01.2013

    Mar 01 2013

    Groupon CEO Andrew Mason calls it quits. Nevada and New Jersey legalize online gambling.  And Priceline bucks the trend in Europe.  Our analysts discuss those stories and journalist Bryce Hoffman talks about the future of Ford.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.22.2013

    Feb 22 2013

    Wal-Mart and Coca-Cola hike their dividends.   Google develops plans to launch retail stores.  OfficeMax and Office Depot combine forces.  And Sony unveils its Playstation 4.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the business of spying with former CIA agent J.C. Carleson, author of Work Like a Spy:  Business Tips From a Former CIA Officer.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.15.2013

    Feb 15 2013

    Berkshire Hathaway and 3B Capital buy Heinz.   Comcast buys the remaining stake of NBCUniversal from General Electric.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Apple, Academy Awards, and the future of television.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.08.2013

    Feb 08 2013

    Hedge fund manager David Einhorn sues Apple. LinkedIn connects. And Dell goes private.  Our analysts discuss some of the week's big stories and talk about some stocks on their radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.01.2013

    Feb 01 2013

    Research in Motion unveils a new Blackberry. Amazon hits a new high. And Facebook's earnings fail to connect. We discuss those stories and talk with ESPN NFL Business Analyst Andrew Brandt.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.25.2013

    Jan 25 2013

    Apple reports a rare earnings miss.  Netflix reports blockbuster results.  And Procter and Gamble cleans up.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.   And we talk business with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Ron Suskind.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.18.2013

    Jan 18 2013

    Facebook unveils a new search engine.  Intel's profits fall.  And General Electric's earnings rise.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the Detroit Auto Show with Reuters Detroit Bureau Chief Paul Lienert.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.11.2013

    Jan 11 2013

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.04.2013

    Jan 04 2013

    We kick off 2013 by analyzing Google’s win with the FTC, strong numbers from automakers and the latest jobs report. Plus, Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel breaks down the fiscal cliff for investors and shares why you should be wary of valet parking.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.28.2012

    Dec 26 2012

    We celebrate the New Year with encore interviews with two financial and media mavens. Dave Ramsey talks money, marriage, and magic beans.  And Clark Howard shares some financial tips from his latest bestseller Living Large In Lean Times.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.21.2012

    Dec 21 2012

    We preview 2013 for investors by discussing CEOs on the hot seat, which stocks should go on their watchlists and which stocks to avoid. Plus, our analysts weigh in with Reckless Business Predictions for 2013.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.14.2012

    Dec 14 2012

    Google Maps returns to the iPhone. Costco fails to impress Wall Street. And Berkshire Hathaway makes a new buy. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla talks fiscal cliff, Facebook, and the future of Twitter.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.07.2012

    Dec 07 2012

    Our analysts discuss the jobs report, Citigroup layoffs, and the SEC investigation of Netflix CEO Reed Hastings  Plus, Nassim Taleb discusses his new book, Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.30.2012

    Nov 30 2012

    Costco issues a special dividend.  Microsoft deals with problems below the Surface. And Zynga makes a risky bet.  Our analysts discuss those stories.  Plus, Robert Pozen shares some insights from his book, Extreme Productivity.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.23.2012

    Nov 20 2012

    Our analysts talk about some stocks they're thankful for and discuss a few turkeys.  Plus, New York Times columnist Nate Silver shares some investing insights from his new book, The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail - but Some Don’t.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.16.2012

    Nov 16 2012

    Our analysts discuss BP's settlement, Berkshire's big buy, and some retailers' big earnings. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks David Petraeus, Abraham Lincoln, and the future of Netflix.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.09.2012

    Nov 09 2012

    What does President Obama's re-election mean for investors? Is McDonald's losing its mojo? Is Amazon's latest move a big threat to Netflix?  Our analysts tackle those questions and share some stocks on their radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.02.2012

    Nov 02 2012

    Investors react to Hurricane Sandy.   Starbucks serves up big earnings.  Apple announces a big departure.  And Disney makes a big acquisition.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.   Plus,  Motley Fool Asset Management's Bill Mann talks investing and the election.   .

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.26.2012

    Oct 26 2012

    Apple misses on 4th quarter earnings.  Facebook reports better-than-expected earnings.  And Amazon reports its first quarterly loss since 2003.  Plus, former Circuit City CEO Alan Wurtzel talks about Circuit City's past and Best Buy's future.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.19.2012

    Oct 19 2012

    Shares of Google plunge after an earnings surprise.   Our analysts discuss Google's big miss and delve into earnings news from Chipotle, McDonald's, and Microsoft.  Plus, Gina Keating talks about her new book, Netflixed: The Epic Battle for America's Eyeballs.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.12.2012

    Oct 12 2012

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.05.2012

    Oct 05 2012

    The unemployment rate falls to 7.8%.   Facebook crosses a new milestone.   Zynga hits a new low.   And a hedge fund manager tells investors to short Chipotle.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.28.2012

    Sep 28 2012

    Apple CEO Tim Cook issues an apology over the iPhone5’s maps.  Research In Motion has a rare earnings win.  And America steels itself for a global bacon shortage.  Plus Nate Silver talks investing, elections and baseball in his new book The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail - but Some Don’t.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.21.2012

    Sep 21 2012

    Apple's new iPhone goes on sale.  Microsoft increases its dividend.  Nike buys back shares.  And an online real estate company makes a big splash with its IPO. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.14.2012

    Sep 14 2012

    Apple unveils the iPhone 5.  McDonald's adds calories to its menu.  And Facebook's CEO says it's time to double down.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Guardian technology editor Charles author talks about his book, Digital Wars:  Apple, Google, Microsoft and the Battle for the Internet.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.07.2012

    Sep 07 2012

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.31.2012

    Aug 31 2012

    We revisit some of our favorite interviews on our Labor Day Special.  We talk about the business of lying with Dan Ariely, author of The Honest Truth About Dishonesty:  How We Lie to Everyone - Especially Ourselves.  And former Gambino family associate Louis Ferrante talks about his book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.24.2012

    Aug 24 2012

    Apple, Google, Microsoft and Amazon all have events planned in September to unveil new products.  Our analysts discuss which companies have the most to gain and lose, and delve into earnings from Dell, HP and Best Buy.  Plus New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg discusses his best-selling book The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business and Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares financial tips.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.17.2012

    Aug 17 2012

    Facebook and Groupon hit new lows.  And Home Depot hits a 52-week high.  Our analysts discuss those stories and delve into earnings news from GameStop, Sears, and Target.  Plus, Pawn Stars star Rick Harrison talks about his book,  License to Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at The Gold and Silver.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.10.2012

    Aug 10 2012

    Disney delivers its biggest earnings ever.  IBM considers buying part of Research in Motion.   And Starbucks bets big on mobile payment.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Spousonomics author Jenny Anderson explains how using economics can help you improve your marriage.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.03.2012

    Aug 03 2012

    The government reports stronger-than-expected jobs growth.  Our analysts discuss the employment numbers and delve into earnings news from Procter & Gamble, General Motors, Kraft, Abercrombie & Fitch, Gap, LinkedIn, Blue Nile, and Zip Car.  Plus, David Kuo from The Motley Fool UK weighs in on the business of the Olympics.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.27.2012

    Jul 27 2012

    Earnings news from Facebook, Apple, Amazon.com, Starbucks, and ExxonMobil.   Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks investing philosophy,  Whole Foods, Zillow,  and LinkedIn.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.20.2012

    Jul 20 2012

    Chipotle, Google, IBM,and Microsoft report earnings.  And Yahoo! names a new CEO.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.   Plus,  we talk about the business of bouncing back with Andrew Zolli, author of Resilience:  Why Things Bounce Back.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.13.2012

    Jul 13 2012

    China reports its slowest growth in three years.  JPMorgan Chase updates investors on its big loss.  Bridgepoint Education and SuperValu get slammed.  And Microsoft's CEO has some fighting words for Apple.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares some 401K tips. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.06.2012

    Jul 06 2012

    We celebrate Independence Day with our “Financial Independence” special, featuring encore interviews with two of the best of the business.  First Dave Ramsey talks money, marriage, and magic beans.  After that Clark Howard shares some financial tips from his latest bestseller Living Large In Lean Times.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.29.2012

    Jun 29 2012

    The Supreme Court upholds the healthcare law.  Coke bets big on India.  Google unveils a new tablet.  And McDonald's unveils a bigger, Big Mac.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.22.2012

    Jun 22 2012

    The Fed makes a move.   Moody's downgrades big banks.  Microsoft unveils its Surface tablet.  And Burger King serves up a hot I.P.O.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  we talk about the natural gas revolution with journalist Tom Wilber, author of Under the Surface: Fracking, Fortunes, and the Fate of the Marcellus Shale.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.15.2012

    Jun 15 2012

    Investors brace for elections in Greece.  JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon testifies before Congress.  Dell and Nokia announce some big cuts.   And Microsoft makes a big buy.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the business of lying with Dan Areily, author of The Honest Truth About Dishonesty:  How We Lie to Everyone - Especially Ourselves.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.08.2012

    Jun 08 2012

    Our analysts discuss some of the big investing stories from 2012 and share some stocks on their radar.   Plus,  journalist Andrew Blum talks about his book,  "Tubes:  A Journey to the Center of the Internet".

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.01.2012

    Jun 01 2012

    Investors react to weaker-than-expected jobs numbers.  NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg attempts to crack down on sugary drinks.  Samsung launches a big rival to the iPhone.  And Amazon and Microsoft combine forces in the battle for the living room.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk horse racing, betting, and investing with Daily Racing Form publisher and columnist Steven Crist.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.25.2012

    May 25 2012

    Shares of Facebook flounder.  Dell reports weak earnings.  Heinz hikes its dividend.  And Yahoo! unloads its stake in Alibaba.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks CEO shenanigans and must-see movies. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.18.2012

    May 16 2012

    Facebook makes its public debut.  Our analysts discuss Facebook's future and share some stock ideas.  Plus, Yahoo! Finance columnist Dan Gross talks about his new book, Better, Stronger, Faster:  The Myth of American Decline and the Rise of a New Economy.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.11.2012

    May 11 2012

    JPMorgan Chase racks up a big loss.  Disney reports big earnings.  And Berkshire Hathaway gets involved in a bid for Avon.  Our analysts talk about those stories plus share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the business of oil and gas with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Steve Coll, author of Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.04.2012

    May 04 2012

    The government reports weaker-than-expected jobs growth.  Yahoo! deals with a leadership controversy.  Whole Foods serves up big earnings. Green Mountain Coffee serves up some bitter earnings.  And Microsoft bets on the Nook. Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner talks about his approach to investing.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.27.2012

    Apr 27 2012

    On this week's show, our analysts discuss earnings news from Amazon.com, Apple, Coca-Cola, Dunkin' Brands, Ford, Netflix, Panera, Procter & Gamble, and Starbucks.  Plus, we debate the relative merits of Google's driverless car.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.20.2012

    Apr 20 2012

    Our analysts discuss the latest earnings news from Coca-Cola, Chipotle, GE, Intel, McDonald's, and Microsoft.   And we talk with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla about the new CNBC documentary, The Costco Craze:  Inside the Warehouse Giant.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.13.2012

    Apr 13 2012

    Coinstar, Google, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo report earnings.  The U.S. Justice Department files suit against Apple.  And Burger King cooks up a new use for bacon.  Plus, we talk innovation with Economist correspondent Vijay Vaitheeswaran, author of Need, Speed and Greed: How the New Rules of Innovation Can Transform Businesses, Propel Nations to Greatness, and Tame the World's Most Wicked Problems.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.06.2012

    Apr 02 2012

    On this week's Motley Fool Money Spring Break Special,  our analysts share three stocks for the next ten years.  Plus, we talk about the business of creativity with Jonah Lehrer, author of Imagine:  How Creativity Works.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.30.2012

    Mar 30 2012

    Housing prices hit a 10-year low. Research in Motion tries to reconnect.  And Starbucks tries to work out some bugs.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk home prices and stock valuations with Yale Professor Robert Shiller, author of Finance and The Good Society.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.23.2012

    Mar 23 2012

    Apple announces a dividend. McDonald's CEO retires. Amazon bets big on robots.  And Kraft picks a name for its global snacks business.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Washington Post reporter Liza Mundy discusses her new book, The Richer Sex:  How the New Majority of Female Breadwinners is Transforming Sex, Love, and Family.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.16.2012

    Mar 16 2012

    S&P 500 dividends reach record levels. Goldman Sachs deals with a very public resignation.  Disney deals with a box office flop.  And Yahoo! sues Facebok.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk big banks and Wall Street culture with Credit Agricole Securities Managing Director Mike Mayo, author of Exile on Wall Street: One Analyst's Fight to Save the Big Banks from Themselves.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.09.2012

    Mar 09 2012

    Apple unveils its new iPad.  Starbucks serves up trouble for Green Mountain.  And Pandora serves up disappointing earnings.   Our analysts discuss these stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Wired contributing editor David Wolman talks about his new book, The End of Money: Counterfeiters, Preachers, Techies, Dreamers – and the Coming Cashless Society.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.02.2012

    Mar 02 2012

    Retailers and automakers post strong results for February. Online review site Yelp goes public.  And Google's new privacy policy goes into effect.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk Apple, China, and the business of habits with New York Times investigative reporter Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit:  Why We Do What We Do In Life and Business.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.24.2012

    Feb 24 2012

    Oil prices continue to climb.  Johnson & Johnson makes a change at the top.   Wal-Mart and Home Depot report earnings.  And Apple debates how to deploy its cash.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk innovation with Dartmouth College Professor of Business Ron Adner, author of The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.17.2012

    Feb 17 2012

    Baidu, GM, and Zipcar report earnings.  Warren Buffett rebalances.  Kellogg's makes a big deal.   And Linsanity hits Wall Street.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and movie critic Nell Minow shares her thoughts on Facebook, bad boards of directors, and the Academy Awards.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.10.2012

    Feb 10 2012

    Big banks make a deal.  Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings, Philip Morris, and Whole Foods hit new highs.  LinkedIn connects.  And Groupon disappoints.  Plus, Fortune editor Adam Lashinsky shares some insights from his new book, Inside Apple.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.03.2012

    Feb 03 2012

    The Government reports better than expected unemployment numbers. Facebook files to go public.  And Clorox cleans up with its quarterly earnings.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  we talk money mistakes with Carl Richards, author of The Behavior Gap: Simple Ways to Stop Doing Dumb Things with Money.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.27.2012

    Jan 27 2012

    The GDP grows at a 2.8% clip for the 4th quarter. President Obama announces new energy initiatives.  Apple reports huge earnings. And JC Penney undergoes a big makeover.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share a few stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk with Alex Goldfayn, author of Evangelist Marketing: What Apple, Amazon, and Netflix Understand About Their Customers (That Your Company Probably Doesn't).

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.20.2012

    Jan 20 2012

    Mortgage rates hit a new low.  Google reports weaker-than-expected earnings.  Yahoo!'s co-founder resigns.   And Apple launches a new initiative.   Our analysts discuss those stores and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Yum! CEO David Novak shares his thoughts on leadership, China, and the Colonel's secret recipe. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.13.2012

    Jan 13 2012

    Natural gas prices hit a 2.5 year low.  Six big hotel chains launch up a new online service. Google cranks up its presence in China.  And Sears deals with new financial woes.   On this week's show, our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus,  we talk with Peter Schweizer, author of Throw Them All Out: How Politicians and Their Friends Get Rich Off Insider Stock Tips, Land Deals, and Cronyism That Would Send the Rest of Us to Prison.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.06.2012

    Jan 06 2012

    Unemployment drops to 8.5%, holiday retail sales are a mixed bag and Yahoo! has a new CEO.  We analyze the latest with Pepsi, Kodak, Barnes & Noble and talk with Motley Fool columnist Morgan Housel about the economic outlook for 2012.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.30.2011

    Dec 27 2011

    What's the big question for investors in 2012?  Which industries have the most upside?  Which stocks should investors put on their watchlist?  On this week's show, our analysts preview the year ahead.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.23.2011

    Dec 23 2011

    On this week's show, we discuss the MF Global scandal, preview the year ahead, and share some stocks on our radar.   Plus, former Gambino family associate Louis Ferrante talks about his book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.16.2011

    Dec 16 2011

    What was the most significant business story of 2011?  Who was the most influential business leader? What are the most overlooked stories of the year?  What were the most undervalued stocks of the year? On this week's show, our analysts tackle those questions and share some stocks on their radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.09.2011

    Dec 09 2011

    Jobless claims fall as the EU continues to search for a resolution to the debt crisis. Ford reinstates its dividend for the first time in 5 years. Microsoft releases a major upgrade to Xbox Live. McDonald’s stock hits an all-time high and JC Penney buys a stake in Martha Stewart. Our analysts discuss those stories and more, and share 3 stocks on their radar. Venture capitalist Paul Holland discusses the future of technology and “Something Ventured”, his documentary film about the start of the VC...more

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.02.2011

    Dec 02 2011

    The unemployment rate falls to its lowest level in more than two years.  Retailers report big sales numbers.  Pfizer loses its patent protection for Lipitor.  And pop music group Hanson taps into a new business opportunity.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, James Rickards discusses his book, Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis.        

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.25.2011

    Nov 23 2011

    On this week's Motley Fool Money Thanksgiving Special, our analysts give thanks for some stocks and share a few turkeys. In the spirit of Black Friday, we talk about some bargain stocks. And Toy Expert Chris Byrne talks about hot holiday toys and sheds some light on an emerging market for My Little Pony.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.18.2011

    Nov 18 2011

    The European crisis escalates.  Sears reports slumping sales.  Heinz gets squeezed.  Pepsi considers splitting itself into two.  Amazon considers making a smartphone.  And the new GM celebrates its first anniversary as a public company.  Our analysts talk about those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus, Wall Street analyst Mike Mayo shares some insights from his book,  Exile on Wall Street:  One Analysts Fight to Save the Big Banks from Themselves.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.11.2011

    Nov 11 2011

    Greece gets a new leader.  The Obama administration puts a big pipeline on hold.  Starbucks makes a big buy.  And Disney reports big earnings.  Our analysts talks about those stories and share three stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Harvard Professor Niall Ferguson shares some insights from his new book, Civilization: The West and the Rest.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.04.2011

    Nov 04 2011

    The European financial crisis escalates. The U.S. jobless rate falls to a six-month low. Groupon goes public. Starbucks reports big earnings. And Bank of America cancels plans to charge debit card users. Our analysts talk about those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, financial radio host and best-selling author Dave Ramsey talks about his new book, EntreLeadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.28.2011

    Oct 28 2011

    European leaders make a deal.  Amazon, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Netflix, and Under Armour report earnings.  And BP returns to the Gulf.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus,  Motley FoolUK Money Talk host David Kuo talks about the future of the EU.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.21.2011

    Oct 21 2011

    World markets react to the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qadaffi.   Apple, Chipotle, Intel, McDonald's, and Microsoft report earnings.  And Groupon prepares for its IPO.    Our analysts discuss these stories and share three stocks for the next fifty years.   Plus, Honest Tea co-founder Seth Goldman talks about the business of tea. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.14.2011

    Oct 14 2011

    Google reports big earnings.  Hulu says it's not for sale.  And a hedge fund manager gets an 11-year prison sentence for insider trading.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, best-selling business author Jim Collins talks about his new book, Great by Choice:  Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck -- Why Some Thrive Despite Them All.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.07.2011

    Oct 07 2011

    Our analysts reflect on the legacy of Steve Jobs and the future of Apple.  We debate the relative merits of the Occupy Wall Street protests, discuss Costco's fee hike, and share some stocks on their radar.   Plus, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin talks about his new book, The Quest:  Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World.   

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.30.2011

    Sep 30 2011

    Amazon introduces a Fiery challenger to the iPad.  Warren Buffett announces a historic buy.  Netflix makes a big deal.  And Groupon takes half-off its revenues.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Harvard Business Review Group editorial director Justin Fox discusses his book, The Myth of the Rational Market:  A History of Risk, Reward, and Delusion on Wall Street.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.23.2011

    Sep 23 2011

    HP names a new CEO.  Nike reports big earnings.  Netflix deals with another backlash.  And McDonald's and Microsoft increase their dividends.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share a few stocks on their radar.   Plus, CNBC's Scott Wapner talks about the new CNBC documentary, The Coffee Addiction.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.16.2011

    Sep 16 2011

    Shares of Netflix tumble after the company reports lower subscriber growth.  Shares of Research in Motion plunge on weaker-than-expected earnings. And Warren Buffett makes a surprising addition to the Berkshire Hathaway portfolio.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks Apple, Costco, and Fall film fare.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.09.2011

    Sep 09 2011

    President Obama unveils his jobs plan.  Bank of America cuts more jobs.  Yahoo's CEO loses her job.  Hulu considers its suitors. And Groupon calls off its IPO.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp talks about the future of Social Security.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09 02 2011

    Sep 02 2011

    Clark Howard shares financial tips with his latest book Living Large In Lean Times. Motley Fool co-founder & CEO Tom Gardner talks about the legacy of Steve Jobs and offers a few stocks on his radar. Plus, our analysts discuss the latest economic news, DOJ blocking the AT&T/T-Mobile deal, Amazon’s upcoming tablet launch and Starz walking away from Netflix.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.26.2011

    Aug 26 2011

    Fed Chief Bernanke speaks up.  Apple CEO Steve Jobs steps down.  Warren Buffett makes a big buy.  And Tiffany reports big earnings.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, New York Times writer Diana Henriques, author of The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust, discusses how Bernie Madoff pulled off the biggest Ponzi scheme in history.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.19.2011

    Aug 19 2011

    The markets have another volatile week.  Google makes a big acquisition.  Wal-Mart reports big earnings.  And a basketball game in China causes a big stir.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool retirement expert Robert Brokamp shares three retirement tips.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.12.2011

    Aug 12 2011

    The stock market closes a volatile week on a positive note.  Retailers report stronger-than-expected numbers for July.  Bank of America attempts to reassure investors. Warren Buffett issues a AAAA rating for the U.S. economy.  And European regulators temporarily ban short-selling.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner talks about some stocks on his radar and weighs in on the market madness.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.05.2011

    Aug 05 2011

    The government reports better-than-expected employment numbers but the stock market volatility continues.  Our analysts talk about Mr. Market's wild week and delve into the latest earnings from Boston Beer, Dunkin' Brands, LinkedIn, and Zip Car.  Plus, Pawn Stars star Rick Harrison talks business and shares some insights from his book, License to Pawn:  Deals, Steals, and My Life at The Gold and Silver.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.29.2011

    Jul 29 2011

    The government reports weaker-than-expected economic growth.  The debt ceiling drama continues.   Amazon, Starbucks, and Whole Foods serve up big earnings.  And Dunkin' Brands serves up a hot IPO.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, we talk about the future of Google with Douglas Edwards, author of I'm Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.22.2011

    Jul 22 2011

    What will Apple do for an encore? What does the Greek bailout mean for the future of the EU?  Should investors take stock in Coke or Pepsi?  Our analysts tackle those questions and delve into earnings from General Electric, Intel,  McDonald's, and Philip Morris International.  Plus, CNET editor Rafe Needleman talks about some big trends in technology.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.15.2011

    Jul 15 2011

    Our analysts explain why they're bullish on Adidas and Lumber Liquidators, why they're bearish on Pandora and Tesla, and why they're conflicted over Amazon.com, Chipotle, and a Chinese online dating site.  Plus, financial radio host and best-selling author Dave Ramsey shares his money advice.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.08.2011

    Jul 08 2011

    Stocks fall on a bad jobs report.  Warren Buffett bets on the U.S. economy. Target brings home the groceries.  Facebook launches video chat. And Hulu entertains suitors.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla talks about the business of BMW and shares his ultimate driving experience.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07 01 2011

    Jul 01 2011

    Our mid-year review! We’ve got the big stories from the 1st half of 2011 and what lies ahead for investors in the 2nd half. We’ve got business and non-business predictions, and tips to help you declare your financial independence. Plus, sports owner & technology mogul Ted Leonsis on the business of happiness and the one company he thinks has the “perfect” business model.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.24.2011

    Jun 24 2011

    Greece wrestles with a new bailout.  Oil prices tumble.  Facebook makes a new friend.  And Harry Potter gets his own business.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus,  fomer Motley Fool managing editor Lou Ann Lofton talks about the investing brilliance of Warren Buffett and shares some insights from her new book, Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl and Why You Should Too.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.17.2011

    Jun 17 2011

    What does the crisis in Greece mean for investors in the U.S.?  Will online music service Pandora produce sweet music for shareholders?  Can a retail guru from Apple turn around J.C. Penney?  And should the CEO of Miracle-Gro really be targeting the marijuana market?  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, CNBC sports business reporter Darren Rovell talks about the future of LeBron James and the future of pro sports.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.10.2011

    Jun 10 2011

    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon challenges Fed Chief Ben Bernanke.  Hewlett-Packard attempts to challenge Apple's iPad.  Big banks lose a big vote in Congress.  And Hasbro introduces a heavy metal version of Monopoly.  Plus, Pawn Stars star Rick Harrison makes the case for silver over gold and talks about his new book, License To Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.03.2011

    Jun 03 2011

    The economy adds fewer new jobs than expected.  Groupon files for an IPO.  Google fights with China.  Nokia tumbles.  And 5-Hour Energy scores with seniors.   Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, former Gambino family associate Louis Ferrante talks about his new book, Mob Rules: What the Mafia Can Teach the Legitimate Businessman.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.27.2011

    May 27 2011

    Google introduces tap-to-pay technology.  Hedge fund manager David Einhorn calls for Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer to step down.  And Krispy Kreme reports its tenth consecutive quarter of same-store-sales growth. Our analysts tackle those topics and share some stocks on their radar.  Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks whistleblowers, Netflix, and must-see movies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.20.2011

    May 19 2011

    LinkedIn has a big debut on Wall Street. Abercrombie & Fitch, Deere & Company, Dell, and Limited Brands report strong earnings. General Mills loads up on yogurt. And McDonald's responds to critics calling for Ronald McDonald to retire. Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, we talk about the business of competition and the business of Jersey Boys with Todd Buchholz, author of Rush: Why You Need and Love the Rat Race.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.13.2011

    May 13 2011

    Microsoft bets big on Skype. Disney loses big on Mars. Big oil gets grilled over big tax breaks. Google unveils the Chromebook. And Facebook deals with a public relations fiasco. Plus, New York Times writer Diana Henriques, author of The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust, discusses how Bernie Madoff pulled off the biggest Ponzi scheme in history.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.06.2011

    May 04 2011

    What does the death of Osama bin Laden mean for investors? What was the most surprising thing about this year's Berkshire Hathaway meeting? Will thinking like an economist really improve your marriage? We tackle those questions and talk about the business of Buffett with Lou Ann Lofton, author of Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl: And Why You Should, Too.  Plus, Spousonomics author Jenny Anderson explains how using economics can help you improve your marriage.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.29.2011

    Apr 29 2011

    Fed Chairman Bernanke meets the press. Amazon, Caterpillar, Ford, and Under Armour report big earnings. And Johnson & Johnson makes a big buy.  Our analysts tackle those stories, share some stocks on their radar, and offer up some advice for the royal couple.  Plus, best-selling author and radio host Dave Ramsey talks money, marriage, and magic beans.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.22.2011

    Apr 20 2011

    Our analysts step back from the week's news and share some timeless investing truths.  Author Peter Sims offers some big insights from his book, Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries.   Christopher Chabris talks invisible gorillas, intuition, and investing.  And Dan Ariely talks about predictable irrationality.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.15.2011

    Apr 15 2011

    Google reports weaker-than-expected earnings.  Zipcar revs up on Wall Street.  Best Buy thinks outside the big box.  Cisco says goodbye to the Flip.  And the Winklevoss twins learn to live on a budget.  Plus, Ben Stein shares some investing lessons and weighs in on the business of Facebook and the future of Donald Trump.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.08.2011

    Apr 08 2011

    Disney breaks ground in China. Google revamps YouTube. Expedia spins off TripAdvisor. And Procter & Gamble sells Pringles.  Our analysts discuss those stories and share some stocks on their radar. Plus, CNBC's Becky Quick talks about the new CNBC documentary, The American Tax Cheat. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.01.2011

    Apr 01 2011

    The government reports better-than-expected jobs numbers. Dunkin Donuts flirts with an IPO. Warren Buffett deals with some trouble on the ranch.  And Abercrombie & Fitch deals with a bikini brouhaha.  Our analysts tackle these stories and share some stocks on our radar.  Plus, How We Decide author Jonah Lehrer talk about how investors can make better decisions.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.25.2011

    Mar 25 2011

    Is Amazon's new venture with Google a serious threat to Apple?  Are the television networks becoming Netflix's worst nightmare? And could Warren Buffett's next acquisition involve a talking duck?  We tackle those questions, share some stocks on our radar, and talk tech with Washington Post columnist Rob Pegoraro.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.18.2011

    Mar 18 2011

    With the evolving crisis in Japan and rising tensions in the Middle East, what are the economic implications for investors? What's behind Warren Buffett's latest big buy? Will investors get a good deal on a Groupon IPO? And how should shareholders feel about Cisco's new dividend?  We'll tackle those questions and talk about the business of marriage with New York Times writer Jenny Anderson, author of Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage, and Dirty Dishes.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.11.2011

    Mar 11 2011

    On this week's show, we talk about the economic implications of the earthquake in Japan. Seth Jayson explains why he thinks Netflix has a Facebook-sized problem. James Early explains why Warren Buffett is the anti-Starbucks. And Ron Gross gives his take on a Twitter-based hedge fund. All that plus ESPN columnist Chad Millman talks about the business of sports gambling.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.04.2011

    Mar 04 2011

    Do competitors stand a chance against the iPad 2? What does Wal-Mart's dividend hike mean for investors? What do Warren Buffett and Charlie Sheen have in common?  We tackle those questions and talk about the business of happiness with tech titan Ted Leonsis.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.25.2011

    Feb 25 2011

    What's behind Wal-Mart's slumping same-store-sales in the U.S.? Should Netflix fear Amazon's new video streaming service? Which stocks will benefit from rising oil prices? And how could shareholders possibly lose by investing in a business called Rent-A-Husband?  All that plus CNBC's Brian Shactman talks about the future of the tobacco industry in advance of CNBC's new documentary, Cigarette Wars.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.18.2011

    Feb 18 2011

    What will IBM’s Watson do for his next act? Will Starbucks grind out big profits with single-serve coffee? What’s behind Warren Buffett’s latest buying and selling? We’ll tackle those stories, visit Australia for some stock ideas, and talk Academy Awards with film critic Nell Minow.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.11.2011

    Feb 11 2011

    Our analysts discuss the latest earnings from Chipotle, Cisco, and Disney.  We delve into Microsoft's new deal with Nokia and talk retail with Costco CEO and co-founder Jim Sinegal.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.04.2011

    Feb 04 2011

    Best-selling author Michael Lewis talks about Wall Street's next big bet.  BP resumes its dividend.  Mattel reports big earnings.  And Netflix braces itself for some big competition.  Plus, we put you to the test with our Victoria's Secret quiz and share some stocks on our radar.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.28.2011

    Jan 28 2011

    Microsoft’s latest quarterly earnings were a mixed bag but we’ll tell you why the stock is poised for success.  Plus, the latest earnings analysis on Amazon, Ford, McDonald’s, Netflix and more.  All that (and more) and we’ll talk emerging markets, global trends, and the future of Lady Gaga with economist Daniel Altman, author of the new book Outrageous Fortunes: The Twelve Surprising Trends That Will Reshape the Global Economy.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.21.2011

    Jan 21 2011

    Is President Obama's new economic advisor a bad investment? What will a new CEO do for Google? Will healthier foods translate to healthier profits for Wal-Mart? And will the iPad be able to save Playboy? We'll tackle those questions, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with New York Times writer Eduardo Porter about The Price of Everything.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.14.2011

    Jan 14 2011

    Is Fed Chief Bernanke wearing rose-colored glasses? How did Intel rack up big quarterly profits? Who will be the winners and losers with the Verizon iPhone? And should investors take Ford or GM out for a spin?  We'll tackle those stories and talk with Detroit Free Press business columnist Tom Walsh about the North American International Auto Show.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.07.2011

    Jan 07 2011

    Is Facebook really worth $50 billion? Is GM on the road to recovery? Is Microsoft Kinect the future of television? And does the Starbucks CEO know the difference between a mermaid and a siren? On this week’s Motley Fool Money, we answer those questions and talk with Consumer Electronics Association Chief Economist Shawn DuBravac about some hot tech products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.31.2010

    Dec 31 2010

    What's the big question for investors in 2011?  Will Apple eclipse Exxon Mobil in market cap? Will Facebook go public?  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we offer up some New Years predictions and revisit conversations with Ford CEO Alan Mulally and Columbia University Professor Dickson Despommier, author of The Vertical Farm.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.24.2010

    Dec 24 2010

    Encore Presentation: On this week's show, we talk holiday retail and share some timeless investing advice. Plus Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow talks Buffett, markets, and movies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.17.2010

    Dec 17 2010

    Is Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg a good choice for Time’s Person of the Year?  What’s been the most undercovered story of the year? What’s been the biggest surprise of the year? And will it be a happy new year for 2010 high-fliers Chipotle and Netflix? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we answer those questions and talk tech with Forbes Magazine San Francisco Bureau Chief Eric Savitz.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.10.2010

    Dec 10 2010

    China raises reserve requirements. Netflix gets added to the S&P 500.   Kraft goes to court against Starbucks.  And Howard Stern resigns with Sirius XM.  On this week's show, we tackle those stories and talk about the toy business with industry expert Chris Byrne.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12 03 2010

    Dec 03 2010

    The EU tries to contain the crisis in Ireland. Pepsi scores in Russia.  Google bids for Groupon.  And Abecrombie & Fitch reports some fashionable sales growth.  On this week's show, we'll talk about those stories and talk with Vanguard founder John Bogle, author of Don't Count On It:  Reflections on Investment Illusions, Capitalism, "Mutual" Funds, Indexing, Entrepreneurship, Idealism, and Heroes.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 11 26 2010

    Nov 26 2010

    On this week's show, we talk holiday retail and share some timeless investing advice. Plus Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow talks Buffett, markets, and movies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.19.2010

    Nov 19 2010

    On this week's show, we talk about China's tightening, Ireland's crisis, Wal-Mart's expansion, and Apple's latest music.  Motley Fool Managing Editor Brian Richards serves up a shot of Diageo.   And Vanity Fair writer Bethany McLean talks about about her new book, All the Devils Are Here:  The Hidden History of The Financial Crisis.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.12.2010

    Nov 12 2010

    Asian market tumble.  Gold hits a new high.  Cisco and Disney report earnings.  And Walmart makes a big move for the holidays.  On this week's show, we'll discuss those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with television critic Tim Goodman.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11 05 2010

    Nov 05 2010

    The stock market hits a two-year high. The Fed goes on a buying spree.  The GOP wins control of the House. And Starbucks and Whole Foods report big earnings. On this week's show, we'll tackle those stories and talk with Ford CEO Alan Mulally.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10 29 2010

    Oct 29 2010

    Who is Todd Combs and what does Warren Buffett see in him? Has Microsoft regained its mojo? And will Kimberly-Clark revolutionize your bathroom? On this week's show, we'll answer those questions, talk about some of the week's big stock market movers, and talk about the business of the mid-term elections with CNBC's John Harwood.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10 22 2010

    Oct 22 2010

    China raises interest rates. Steve Jobs raises the stakes. And Chipotle serves up yummy earnings. On this week's show, we'll talk about those stories, talk tech with Washington Post columnist Rob Pegoraro, and share some stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10 15 2010

    Oct 15 2010

    Google reports big earnings. Microsoft introduces new phone software. Fed Chief Bernanke says the economy is growing too slowly. And Starbucks says its employees are moving too fast. On this week's "Motley Fool Money", we'll tackle those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk vertical farming with Columbia University Professor Dickson Despommier.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.08.2010

    Oct 08 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money, we share some of our favorite recent interviews. Michael Lewis talks about The Big Short. Alice Schroeder talks Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life. Matt Ridley makes the case for rational optimism. And Dave Barry talks about the business of humor writing.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.01.2010

    Oct 01 2010

    The stock market records its best September performance in more than seventy years. AIG announces a plan to repay the U.S. government. Fisher Price announces a massive recall. And Johnson & Johnson admits to lapses in its recall. On this week's show, we'll tackle those stories and talk with filmmaker Charles Ferguson about his new documentary, Inside Job.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.24.2010

    Sep 24 2010

    Warren Buffett says the recession isn't over.  Microsoft hikes its dividend. Blockbuster files for bankruptcy.  And Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps debuts at the box office.  On this week's show, we'll tackle those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.17.2010

    Sep 17 2010

    Warren Buffett reassures investors and Research in Motion surprises investors.  On this week's show, we talk about some of the week's top business stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk trash with CNBC host Carl Quintanilla. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.10.2010

    Sep 10 2010

    Can Google Instant find success? What do Apple's new apps guidelines mean for investors? Can money buy happiness? On this week's show, we tackle those questions and talk with CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo about her new book, The Weekend That Changed Wall Street. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.03.2010

    Sep 03 2010

    We dig into the latest jobs and retail numbers and how Mariner Energy’s explosion is affecting oil stocks.  Plus, why did Dell & HP have a bidding war over an unprofitable company?  Should Netflix be scared of Apple TV?  And can you pass our Labor Day food quiz?

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.27.2010

    Aug 27 2010

    Aflac CEO Dan Amos talks about the business behind the duck.  Drive author Dan Pink talks about the business of motivation. Corporate Library co-founder Nell Minow talks about the movie business.  And journalist Eamon Javers talks corporate espionage.   

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.20.2010

    Aug 20 2010

    GM announces plans for an IPO. Intel buys McAfee. And Target buys some controversy. On this week's show, we talk about some of the week's business headlines, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with David Kirkpatrick, author of The Facebook Effect. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.13.2010

    Aug 13 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money, we share some of our favorite interviews. Jonah Lehrer talks about How We Decide.  Dan Ariely talks about the Upside of Irrationality.  And Christopher Chabris talks Invisible Gorillas. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.06.2010

    Aug 06 2010

    The US economy sheds more jobs.  BP caps the well.   And Research in Motion introduces a fresh Blackberry.    On this week’s Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with Peter Miller, author of The Smart Swarm:  How Understanding Flocks, Schools, and Colonies Can Make Us Better at Communicating, Decision Making, and Getting Things Done.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.30.2010

    Jul 30 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money, we share some of our favorite recent interviews.  Michael Lewis talks about The Big Short.  Alice Schroeder talks about Warren Buffett.  Matt Ridley makes the case for rational optimism.  And Dave Barry talks about the business of humor writing.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.23.2010

    Jul 23 2010

    What will new financial reform law mean for consumers and investors?  On this week's show, we tackle that question. review some of the year's big stories, and share some stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 7.16.2010

    Jul 16 2010

    Congress passes financial reform.  Steve Jobs admits that Apple's not perfect.  Intel reports big earnings. And Google disappoints Wall Street.  On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those issues and talk brands with GSD&M Chairman and CEO Roy Spence, author of It’s Not What You Sell, It’s What You Stand For:  Why Every Extraordinary Business is Driven by Purpose.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 7.09.2010

    Jul 09 2010

    Some big name retailers report better-than-expected numbers for June. Android gains on the iPhone. And a foul-mouthed, animated bear creates big controversy for Best Buy. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with Washington Post technology columnist Rob Pegoraro.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07_02_2010

    Jul 02 2010

    What do the latest jobs numbers mean for investors? Will Google's Droids capitalize on the new iPhone's bad reception? Will Ryanair's vertical seats catch on with U.S. airlines? And will Hulu's new service catch on with viewers? On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with Nicholas Carr, author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.25.2010

    Jun 25 2010

    ​What will the financial reform bill mean for investors? Will Kinnect technology connect for Microsoft?  Will technical glitches hurt the new iPhone's reception?  On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with Ted Turner biographer Bill Burke.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 6.18.2010

    Jun 18 2010

    BP agrees to set up a $20 billion escrow account. The price of gold hits an all-time high.  Facebook's COO questions the future of email. And Starbucks announces plans for free WiFi.    On this week's show, we tackle those questions, talk BP with The Motley Fool UK's David Kuo, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.11.2010

    Jun 11 2010

    BP debates paying a dividend.  Google takes issue with Apple.  And Bernie Madoff has some choice words for his investors.  On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk irrationality and investing with best-selling author Dan Ariely.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.04.2010

    Jun 04 2010

    BP deals with a spreading spill and sinking stock.  The market reacts to the latest jobs numbers.  And Michael Dell talks publicly about the possibility of taking his company private.   In this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share some stocks on our radar, and talk with Matt Ridley about his new book,  The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.28.2010

    May 28 2010

    Can BP contain the damage? Is the economic recovery half-full or half empty? Who will win the battle for your living room?  On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories and share some stocks on our radar.  Aflac Chairman and CEO Dan Amos talks about a ducky decision that remade his company.  And Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow reviews some Memorial Day movies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 5.21.2010

    May 21 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss financial reform, Google television, and Kevin Costner's slick technology. We talk intuition and investing with Christopher Chabris, co-author of The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us. And we share some stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.14.2010

    May 14 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we talk EU bailout, gold prices, Disney earnings, Whole Foods earnings, and stocks on our radar.  NYU Economics Professor Nouriel Roubini talks about the next big financial crisis.  And business author Jeanne Bliss talks about the power of apologies.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.07.2010

    May 07 2010

    On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss Wall Street volatility, the situation in Greece, and potential problems for Apple. Plus best-selling author Dave Barry talks about the business of humor and our team of analysts shares some stock ideas for Mom.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.23.2010

    Apr 23 2010

    President Obama goes to Wall Street.  Apple, Chipotle, and Netflix report big, big earnings. And Congress debates the future of movie futures. In this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, discuss the future of Microsoft, and share three stocks on our radar.   Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow gives her take on financial reform and Kick Ass.  And we talk with Washington Post business reporter Frank Ahrens about Goldman Sachs, Fabulous Fab, and the fu...more

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.16.2010

    Apr 16 2010

    The SEC sues Goldman Sachs. President Obama talks about the business of space. Google, Intel, and Mattel report earnings. And Twitter debuts a new business model. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk corporate espionage with Politico reporter Eamon Javers, author of Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.09.2010

    Apr 09 2010

    What do surging same-store sales numbers mean for investors? Is Apple's latest offering a threat to Google? And is KFC's latest offering a threat to your health? In this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with business journalist Roger Lowenstein, author of The End of Wall Street.      

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.02.2010

    Apr 02 2010

    Are US automakers on the road to recovery? What's the biggest challenge for Apple's iPad? Which company is best positioned for a post-DVD world? On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories and share three stocks on our radar.  MIT Professor and 13 Bankers author Simon Johnson talks about the business of big banks. And CNBC Sports Reporter Darren Rovell talks about the business of Tiger Woods. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.26.2010

    Mar 26 2010

    What does the overhaul in health care mean for investors? What does the crisis in Greece mean for investors? How much is Facebook really worth? And just how good were Best Buy's earnings? On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with Stocks for the Long Run author Jeremy Siegel.  We also talk about the value of celebrity with Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow.     

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.19.2010

    Mar 19 2010

    Investors move out of US stock funds. Pepsi makes a not-so-sweet move.  And Fedex sees some positive moves in the economy.  On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with best-selling author Michael Lewis about his new book, The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine.

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.12.2010

    Mar 12 2010

    Is Lehman Brothers the new Enron? Will Cisco's new router technology connect with investors? Are the latest retail numbers really cause for celebration? On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we'll tackle those stories, talk about the latest numbers from American Eagle, IMAX, and McDonald's, and debate the relative merits of Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit.  We'll also share three stocks on our radar and talk bailouts and consumer protection with Congressional Oversight Panel Chair Elizabeth Warre...more

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.05.2010

    Mar 05 2010

    The government reports better than expected jobs numbers, Domino's and Urban Outfitters report big sales, Tivo records a big win, The SEC goes after false profits, And Apple goes after Google. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we tackle those stories, reflect on some money quotes from film critic Roger Ebert, and share some stocks on our radar. Plus Warren Buffett biographer Alice Schroeder talks about why one company's trash is Berkshire Hathaway's treasure.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.26.2010

    Feb 26 2010

    The economy grows at its fastest pace in six years. The Fed Chief offers his prescription for the U.S. and China. And the SEC cracks down on shorting. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, tackle the latest earnings news, and share three stocks on our radar. We also talk about the business of motivation with Drive author Dan Pink and talk Academy Awards and business movies with Corporate Library co-founder and film critic Nell Minow.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.19.2010

    Feb 19 2010

    The Fed hikes the discount rate. The stimulus package celebrates its first birthday. Abercrombie & Fitch exposes itself. And Comcast rebrands itself. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and talk with Whole Foods co-President and COO Walter Robb.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.12.2010

    Feb 12 2010

    The EU deals with big problems in Greece. Google announces big plans for broadband. And U.S. retailers report better than expected January numbers. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, debate the relative merits of Coca-Cola v. Pepsi, and share three stocks on our radar. We also talk with MIT Professor and former IMF economist Simon Johnson, co-creator of the economics website baselinescenario.com and co-author of the upcoming book, 13 Bankers: The Wall Street T...more

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.05.2010

    Feb 05 2010

    New York's Attorney General throws the book at Bank of America.  Bailout beneficiary AIG prepares to hand out big bonuses.  Toyota does damage control.  And Apple CEO Steve Jobs goes on the attack against Google. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we'll tackle those stories, talk with How We Decide author Jonah Lehrer, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.29.2010

    Jan 29 2010

    Apple introduces the iPad. Toyota issues a massive recall. And Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Netflix report big earnings. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we'll tackle those stories, talk with Washington Post tech columnist Rob Pegoraro and Trade-Off author Kevin Maney, and share three stocks on our radar. Plus, we'll talk about the iPad that Apple isn't telling you about. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.22.2010

    Jan 22 2010

    President Obama proposes a crackdown on big banks. Google and eBay report earnings. Anticipation grows over Apple's next creation. And the market responds to the latest twists in the health care debate. On this week's inaugural Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we'll tackle those stories, talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning Google Story author and New Mountain Capital Senior Adviser David Vise, and share three stocks on our radar. (New shows get uploaded every Friday by 5pm ET.)

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.15.2010

    Jan 15 2010

    President Obama wants to impose a fee on TARP recipients. Is it an unfair tax or a "financial crisis responsibility fee"? Google gets hacked over its Chinese site getting hacked. Should the Internet giant leave China? And Conan and Leno continue to battle it out. What does it mean for investors? All that plus three stocks for on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 01.08.2010

    Jan 08 2010

    How big a threat to Apple is Google’s new smart phone? Was the holiday retail sales really as good as advertised? This week we crunch the numbers on the latest jobs report and look west to see what big tech news is coming out of the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.18.2009

    Dec 18 2009

    Fed Chief Ben Bernanke is Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”, but who would we pick? This week we look back at 2009 and discuss the underplayed stories of the year, as well as the company of the decade. All that plus three stocks for 2010 and beyond.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.11.2009

    Dec 11 2009

    What do better-than-expected retail numbers mean for investors? Why is Yahoo! bullish on Tiger Woods? Has Goldman Sachs seen the light on executive compensation? And what will AOL do with its newfound independence? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those stores and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 12.04.2009

    Dec 04 2009

    What do better-than-expected employment numbers mean for investors? Does Bernanke deserve another term?  Will Comcast win the battle for the living room? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those questions, share three stocks on our radar, and discuss the future of the Tiger Woods brand.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.13.2009

    Nov 13 2009

    Warren Buffett and Bill Gates take stock in the economy.  Disney delivers big earnings.  Playboy courts a suitor.  And Intel settles with AMD.   In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those stories, share three stocks on our radar, and discuss some underrated and overrated animated characters.

  • Motley Fool Money: 11.06.2009

    Nov 06 2009

    The unemployment rate hits 10.2%.  Warren Buffett bets big on a railroad.  And the 500 largest non-financial companies in the US hold record amounts of cash.  We talk about what it means for investors, discuss the relative merits of Manhattan’s Pod Hotel, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.30.2009

    Oct 30 2009

    The economy grows more than expected in the third quarter.  Edmunds.com kicks the tires on the Cash for Clunkers program. Amazon.com, Target, and Wal-mart begin rationing deeply discounted books. And McDonald’s says goodbye to Iceland. In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we give our take on the week’s business news, debate the relative merits of Chunky candy, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.23.2009

    Oct 23 2009

    Amazon.com and Netflix report big earnings.  Microsoft unveils Windows 7.  And the “Pay Czar” gets down to business.  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those topics, talk about a new study on the relationship between housework and sex, and share three stock ideas.      

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.16.2009

    Oct 16 2009

    Google reports record profits.  Bank of America reports a big loss.  Wal-mart throws the book at Amazon.com.   And Pepsi tries to pick up some new customers.   In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we give our take on the week’s business news and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.09.2009

    Oct 09 2009

    Retailers report better than expected same-store sales numbers. Dr. Doom warns that it could get worse. Dell and Google take on the iPhone. And Google and Microsoft court Twitter. We'll tackle those topics, talk about McDonald’s new artsy side, and share three stock ideas.    

  • Motley Fool Money: 10.02.2009

    Oct 02 2009

    Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis says goodbye, Starbucks rolls out instant coffee, and unemployment numbers on the rise. All that plus 3 stocks our panel is taking a close look at.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.25.2009

    Sep 25 2009

    A former Fed Chairman has some tough love for "too big to fail." Twitter has a new round of financing.  Google has some cheaper options.  And an unemployed metal-detecting enthusiast has a new lease on life.  We'll tackle those topics, talk about the latest handheld gadget news, and share three stock ideas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.18.2009

    Sep 18 2009

    Fed Chief Bernanke says the recession is "very likely over."  Warren Buffett says he's buying stocks.  Facebook reports a profit.  And France wants happiness to count as part of GDP.  We'll tackle those stories, debate the relative merits of mega-author Dan Brown, and share three stock ideas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.11.2009

    Sep 11 2009

    What role did the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy play in the financial crisis? Is the Yahoo! CEO a shrewd negotiator or serious distraction? Is the latest from Apple much ado about nothing? We tackle those questions and share three stocks on our radar.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 09.03.2009

    Sep 03 2009

    Is commercial real estate the next big hurdle for the U.S. economy? Will Disney’s purchase of Marvel mean superhero-sized returns for shareholders? And was eBay & Skype the worst corporate pairing since AOL & TimeWarner? We answer those questions and more, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.21.2009

    Aug 21 2009

    Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Yahoo! team up against a tech rival.  Starbucks announces that it's raising and lowering prices.  And the Fed Chief expresses some optimism about the near term.  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we discuss those stories, share three stock ideas, and play a spirited game of "Which S&P 500 stocks have outperformed Google since Google went public five years ago?"

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.14.2009

    Aug 14 2009

    Does optimism from the Fed spell better times ahead for investors? Will the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf drive big profits? What’s in store for retailers like Costco, Wal-mart, and Target? Will JetBlue’s pricing experiment help its stock takeoff? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those questions, share three stock ideas, and debate the relative merits of Fiji bottled water.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 08.07.2009

    Aug 07 2009

    What do better-than-expected jobs numbers mean for investors? Are Apple and Google gearing up for a fight? Has China gone too far in its effort to deter investing scams? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those questions, share three stocks on our radar, and offer up some fatherly advice.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.31.2009

    Jul 31 2009

    Does Microsoft plus Yahoo! equal Google? Should investors heed the cautionary advice of one of Wall Street’s top money managers?  Is the housing market really recovering?  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we'll tackle those questions, share three stock ideas, and discuss the relative merits of Amazon.com, Chipotle, Costco, eBay, McDonald's, and Starbucks.   

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.24.2009

    Jul 24 2009

    Existing home sales rise for the third straight month. The Dow crosses 9,000 for the first time since January. And Amazon, Apple, Chipotle, eBay, Ford, JP Morgan, McDonald’s and Microsoft report earnings. So what does the week’s big business news mean for investors? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we’ll give our take, offer up 3 stock ideas, and talk about the relative merits of buying shoes online.

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.17.2009

    Jul 17 2009

    Big banks rack up some big profits. Google's cloud rains on Twitter's parade. Wal-mart goes for the green. And Apple slaps Palm. In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those stories, share three stock ideas, and discuss the wisdom of Flannery O'Connor. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.10.2009

    Jul 10 2009

    GM reemerges from bankruptcy. Google announces plans for a new operating system. Amazon cuts the price of the Kindle 2. The SEC continues to examine Apple’s disclosure about Steve Jobs’ health. We'll talk about what it all means for investors, share some investment ideas, and debate Levi Johnston’s value if he were a stock.  

  • Motley Fool Money: 07.02.2009

    Jul 02 2009

    The unemployment rate hits a 26 year high. Bernie Madoff gets hit with a 150 year sentence. And Wal-mart takes some hits for its support of employer mandated health coverage. So what does it all mean for investors? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those stories, debate the relative merits of Home Depot and Lowe’s, and get under the hood of high-tech car safety company AutoLiv.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.26.2009

    Jun 26 2009

    The Fed says the economy should improve but Warren Buffett says the economy “needs more medicine.” Durable goods orders rise, consumer confidence climbs, and the savings rate hits a 15-year high. So what does it all mean for investors? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle that question, talk about Apple’s less-than-full-disclosure policy, and share a few stock ideas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.19.2009

    Jun 19 2009

    President Obama proposes far-reaching financial reform. What would the new regulations mean for investors? NewsCorp’s MySpace lays off 30% of its staff. Do social media sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have real money-making potential or are they just really expensive hobbies? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those questions, offer up some Father’s Day financial advice, and share three stocks on our radar.

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.12.2009

    Jun 12 2009

    Does a new CEO at Palm mean trouble for competitors like Apple and Research In Motion? What does the new “compensation czar” have in store for companies like Bank of America and Citigroup? And did you hear the one about the two guys caught trying to smuggle $134 billion in U.S. bonds into Switzerland? (No, it’s not the opening of a joke, it really happened.) We’ll tackle those questions, share 3 investment ideas, and air a few beefs. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 06.05.2009

    Jun 05 2009

    It was another good week for the market. Is it a sucker's rally or a real recovery? Are there still some bargains to be had? Will Google's new Wave swamp Facebook? What’s in store for Wal-mart and other retailers? Can Playboy's new CEO make the bunny multiply? In this week's installment of Motley Fool Money, we'll tackle those questions, share 3 stock ideas, and air a few beefs.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.29.2009

    May 29 2009

    The economy continues to contract and foreclosures continue to rise. General Motors gears up for bankruptcy. And Microsoft adds some Bing to its search. In this installment of Motley Fool Money, Motley Fool analysts Seth Jayson and Shannon Zimmerman explain what it means for investors, air a few beefs, and share a few stock ideas.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.22.2009

    May 22 2009

    Uncle Sam seizes and sells Florida’s BankUnited. The dollar continues its decline. And the SEC takes a closer look at just how, exactly, Bernie made off with billions. In this week’s Motley Fool Money we tackle those questions, discuss whether U.S. stocks really are cheap, air some beefs, and offer up three stock ideas. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.15.2009

    May 15 2009

    Has Google gone to the dark side in its latest search for profits? After a $1.4 billion fine, are the chips down for Intel? Will TARP boost the bottom line for investors in insurance companies and community banks? And should investors buy eBay’s latest bid? We answer those questions, air a few beefs, and share a few stock ideas in the latest installment of Motley Fool Money.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.08.2009

    May 08 2009

    Does Uncle Sam get a passing grade on bank stress tests? Can Amazon’s new Kindle save the newspaper industry? Are McDonald’s new coffee drinks a serious threat to Starbucks? And is Marvel’s Squirrel Girl the heir apparent to Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk? We answer these burning questions, plus offer 3 stocks on our radar in the latest edition of Motley Fool Money.

  • Motley Fool Money: 05.01.2009

    May 01 2009

    Which stocks can help you inoculate your portfolio against swine flu fears? Should President Obama put the brakes on his criticism of Chrysler’s creditors? How much should investors bank on next week’s bank stress tests? And what do Congressional oversight panels have in common with mall cops? We answer these burning questions, plus offer 3 stocks on our radar in the latest edition of Motley Fool Money.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.24.2009

    Apr 24 2009

    Amazon.com, Apple, and Netflix report better than expected earnings. What does the future hold? Will Ford’s earnings drive investors back to the automaker? And when a CEO uses profanity, does that help or hurt a company’s stock? Find out in this week’s Motley Fool Money podcast.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.17.2009

    Apr 17 2009

    eBay shows Skype the door. Google shows signs of slowing. And financial stocks show their better side. On this week’s Motley Fool Money we tackle those topics, offer a few stock ideas, share a few beefs, and question the wisdom of one company’s name.

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.09.2009

    Apr 09 2009

    Wells Fargo banks big profits. Amazon.com and Apple face the music. The SEC considers hemming some shorts. And Segway and GM introduce their pet PUMA. On this week’s Motley Fool Money, we tackle those topics, offer a few stock ideas, share a few beefs, and sample some Brandy. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 04.03.2009

    Apr 03 2009

    Unemployment rises to its highest level since 1983. G20 leaders agree to toughen up and pay up. President Obama shows some tough love to US automakers. And rumors swirl that Google may be sweet on Twitter. So what does it mean for investors? We’ll analyze those topics, offer a few stock ideas, share a few beefs, and take a long, hard look at a what a “pig-in-a-poke” really means. 

  • Motley Fool Money: 03.27.2009

    Mar 27 2009

    A good week for the stock market, so is it time to pop the champagne? With stocks like Amazon, Netflix, Chipotle and Best Buy on the rise, is now the time to buy? And what does the panel think of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s bank rescue plan? We tackle those questions, share some beefs, highlight a few stocks on our radar, and debate the relative merits of Eliot Spitzer and Britney Spears.

  • Motley Fool Money: 02.20.2009

    Feb 20 2009

    The Dow hits a six year low. Bank stocks tumble. And President Obama signs the stimulus bill. So what does it all mean for investors? Find out in this week's installment of Motley Fool Money.