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Motley Fool Money: Meet the Dividend Knights (15/10)

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Motley Fool Money: Meet the Dividend Knights (15/10)
You've heard of the Dividend Aristocrats and the Dividend Kings, but we’d like to introduce you to the Dividend Knights: dividend-paying stocks that have also beaten the market. Ricky Mulvey caught up with Matt Argersinger and Anthony Schiavone to discuss surprising companies (e.g., Dillard's) that have beaten the market over a ten-year period, listener questions about dividend stocks, and one interesting income opportunity. Companies discussed: UNP, HD, DDS, PRI, MTN, YARIY, GOOGL, GOOG, DIS, POOL, Find the full list of Dividend Knights here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/1/d/1-OPCz9pXOcgFqmbMR3wxREg4O7ws_qWW8RWqKPYn1D4/edit#gid=0 Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Matt Argersinger, Anthony Schiavone
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Matt Argersinger, Anthony Schiavone


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Motley Fool Money: Big Merger, Big Banks, Lessons from the NYSE Floor (14/10)

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Motley Fool Money: Big Merger, Big Banks, Lessons from the NYSE Floor (14/10)
Earnings season started with head-scratching volatility on Thursday and a surprising merger announcement on Friday. Jason Moser and Ron Gross discuss highlights from the Big Banks' latest earnings reports, Kroger's $24 billion plan to acquire rival grocery chain Albertson's, new details on Netflix's ad-supported tier starting in November, and the latest from UnitedHealth Group, Walgreen's, and Domino's Pizza. 19 minutes in — or the past 25 years CNBC's Bob Pisani has been reporting live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. In his new book, 'Shut Up and Keep Talking: Lessons on Life and Investing', he shares insights from investing legends (Vanguard's John Bogle) and memorable encounters with rock legends (Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page). Plus, 37 minutes in, Jason Moser and Ron Gross share two stocks on their radar: Uber and Stanley Black & Decker. Stocks mentioned: C, JPM, MS, WFC, UNH, KR, ACI, WMT, TGT, AMZN, WBA, NFLX, DIS, MSFT, DPZ, UBER, SWK. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Jason Moser, Ron Gross, Bob Pisani
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Bob Pisani, Jason Moser, Ron Gross


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Motley Fool Money: Musk/Twitter Back On? (5/10)

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Motley Fool Money: Musk/Twitter Back On? (5/10)
Elon Musk says he's going to buy Twitter at the original price, and this time he means it! Bill Mann discusses his belief that the Musk/Twitter deal will get done, forward guidance being the thing he'll be watching in the upcoming earnings season, and why he believes stagflation is the biggest risk to the economy right now. Plus - if you think SaaS companies are efficient, can we interest you in a retailer that that sells gently-used goods? Jim Gillies discusses a small cap business that's been rewarding shareholders. Stocks discussed: TWTR, TSLA, WINA, EBAY. Host- Chris Hill; Guests - Bill Mann, Jim Gillies
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Bill Mann, Jim Gillies


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Motley Fool Money: No Solutions, Just Trade Offs: Doomberg on Worldwide Energy Challenges Molecules, Physics, and Platitudes (1/10)

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Motley Fool Money: No Solutions, Just Trade Offs: Doomberg on Worldwide Energy Challenges Molecules, Physics, and Platitudes (1/10)
The world’s energy crunch is a battle between platitudes and physics. Leaders may want to pay closer attention to the physics part. So for more insight on the world’s energy crunch we reached out to a cartoon chicken. Wait, what? Doomberg is an anonymous team of analysts covering energy and economic trends. Their newsletter is Substack’s #1 finance publication and the group is represented by a cartoon chicken. Motley Fool Senior Analyst Nick Sciple caught up with Doomberg’s head writer for a chat about the state of Europe’s energy crisis, Nuclear’s place in a decarbonized future, and what the Nord Stream pipeline attack means for the world. Host - Nick Sciple; Guest - Doomberg
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Doomberg


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Motley Fool Money: Apple - "All of this has happened before." (28/9)

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Motley Fool Money: Apple - "All of this has happened before." (28/9)
If what's happening today with Apple seems familiar, it should. Jim Gillies discusses reports that lower demand for the iPhone 14 is causing Apple to tell their suppliers there's no need to ramp up production, how history is an excellent guide on what today's short-term drop in Apple's stock means for long-term investors, and why now is the time to invest (even if it doesn't feel great). Also, ten minutes in, Ricky Mulvey talks with best-selling author Blake Crouch about gene modification, and a future that may be closer than most people imagine. Stocks discussed: AAPL Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Jim Gillies, Blake Crouch
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Jim Gillies, Blake Crouch


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Motley Fool Money: Morgan Housel on Inflation, Incentives, and Investing through Bear Markets (24/3)

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Motley Fool Money: Morgan Housel on Inflation, Incentives, and Investing through Bear Markets (24/3)
“No one's success is proven until they've survived a calamity.” You can’t join the NBA with a few good shots, but you can join the ranks of “great” investors. Luck and skill are much harder to separate in the financial world and making that distinction can take a few decades. Chris Hill talked with best-selling author Morgan Housel in front of a live audience about why inflation is so personal and variable, Elon Musk’s best product (hint: it’s not a car), the power of incentives, the secret to 99% of Warren Buffet’s success, and investing through bear markets. Companies mentioned: BRK.A, BRK.B, HOOD, TSLA. Host - Chris Hill; Guest - Morgan Housel
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Morgan Housel


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Motley Fool Money: Recession Fears, House Hacking, Consumer Spending for the Holidays (23/9)

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Motley Fool Money: Recession Fears, House Hacking, Consumer Spending for the Holidays (23/9)
For the 5th time in six weeks, there was a lot of red on Wall Street. Jason Moser and Maria Gallagher discuss the Fed's latest rate hike spooking investors, Costco delivering (yet again) in the 4th quarter, Darden Restaurants walking a fine line with customers, DocuSign's hiring its new CEO from Alphabet, and Amazon declaring victory with Thursday Night American Football. 20 minutes in, Deidre Woollard and Matt Frankel talk with Robert Leonard, host of the Millennial Investing podcast, about house hacking. 28 mionutes in, Maria and Jason answer questions from the Fool Mailbag and share two stocks on their radar: Lululemon Athletica and Microsoft. Stocks discussed on the show: COST, TGT, UPS, WMT, DRI, DOCU, GOOG, GOOGL, AMZN, AAPL, PYPL, PG, LVMH, LULU, MSFT. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Maria Gallagher, Jason Moser, Deidre Woollard, Matt Frankel, Robert Leonard
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Maria Gallagher, Jason Moser, Deidre Woollard, Matt Frankel, Robert Leonard


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Motley Fool Money: Liz Ann Sonders on Economic Cycles, Stock Prices, and Investing Mistakes (18/9)

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Motley Fool Money: Liz Ann Sonders on Economic Cycles, Stock Prices, and Investing Mistakes (18/9)
Shorter economic cycles and more frequent recessions doesn't necessarily mean the downturns will be brutal. John Rotonti talked with Liz Ann Sonders, Chief Investment Strategist at US retail investment business Charles Schwab, about the “mother’s milk” of stock prices, how this market is simultaneously like the 1970s, post-WWII, and completely unique, and one common rebalancing mistake that investors often make. Host - John Rotonti; Guest - Liz Ann Sonders
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Liz Ann Sonders


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Motley Fool Money: Amazon's Big Bet on the NFL (16/9)

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Motley Fool Money: Amazon's Big Bet on the NFL (16/9)
Another rough week for the stock market coincides with Amazon's exclusive start to Thursday Night Football. Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss FedEx shares having a historically bad day amid talk of a recession, Adobe spending $20 billion for a start-up software design firm, Optimism around Starbucks after an impressive (and detailed) investor day, Twilio laying off 11% of employees, and two business leaders and their legacies. At 20 minutes in, John Ourand from the Sports Business Journal discusses Amazon's investments in NFL programming, Disney's thinking about ESPN, college football playoff expansion, and story lines for the MLB playoffs, plus at 35 minutes in, Ron and Emily share two stocks on their radar: Union Pacific and Costco. Stocks discussed: FDX, ADBE, SBUX, TWLO, AMZN, DIS, AAPL, UNP, COST. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, John Ourand
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John Ourand, Emily Flippen, Ron Gross


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Motley Fool Money: Aswath Damodaran on Valuation, Inflation, Bezos, and Musk (11/9)

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Motley Fool Money: Aswath Damodaran on Valuation, Inflation, Bezos, and Musk (11/9)
If you know you’re impatient, then value investing isn’t for you. Aswath Damodaran teaches corporate finance and valuation at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Motley Fool CEO Tom Gardner caught up with the “Dean of Valuation” for a discussion on inflation’s new questions for investors, Tesla valuations (from $50 billion to $1 trillion), incentives, correlations, and costs in ESG scoring, and Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and the companies they've built. Stocks mentioned on the show: TSLA, MO, BLK, AMZN. Host - Tom Gardner, Guest - Aswath Damodaran
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Aswath Damodaran


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