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Motley Fool Money: Amazon Vs. Walmart (25/6)

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Motley Fool Money: Amazon Vs. Walmart (25/6)
Mary Long caught up with Jason Del Rey, author of “Winner Sells All: Amazon, Walmart, and the Battle for Our Wallets”, and how Amazon often beat Walmart’s low-price guarantee, the incentives that slowed down Walmart’s e-commerce rollout, why WalMart was hesitant about creating a loyalty program, and Amazon and Walmart’s push into healthcare. Companies discussed: AMZN, WMT. Host - Mary Long; Guest - Jason Del Rey
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Jason Del Ray


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Motley Fool Money: EVs Get Supercharged (21/6)

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Motley Fool Money: EVs Get Supercharged (21/6)
Rivian, Ford, and General Motors are all on-board to make cars that can use Tesla’s charging standard. But this collaboration won’t slow down the competition in electric vehicles any time soon. Asit Sharma and Dylan Lewis discuss why Rivian, Ford, and General Motors are signing on to make cars work with Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS), what’s behind Tesla’s 140% jump in shares so far in 2023, Hyuandai’s $28B 10-year commitment to EVs and the Chinese government’s new $72B tax break program (NOTE: In the discussion, we accidentally refer to the combined charging standard as “CSS” instead of “CCS”). The, 12 minutes in, Ricky Mulvey caught up David Johnston, a vice president of asset protection and retail operations for the National Retail Federation to take a look inside retail crime syndicates and what's being done to stop them. Companies discussed: TSLA, F, GM, LOW, TGT, HD, CVS. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Asit Sharma, David Johnston, Ricky Mulvey
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Asit Sharma, David Johnston, Ricky Mulvey


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Motley Fool Money: The Evolution of Urbanism (17/6)

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Motley Fool Money: The Evolution of Urbanism (17/6)
For the past century, cities have centered around work. What happens when that’s no longer the case? Deidre Woollard and Matt Argersinger discuss what downtowns might look like when they become more than just “containers for work”, how different REITs are approaching the new commercial real estate landscape, and the promise and problems of “15-minute cities”. Companies and REITs mentioned: CRM, ARE, WE, PEAK, DEA. Host - Deidre Woollard; Guest - Matt Argersinger
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Matt Argersinger


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Motley Fool Money: The New Bull Market (16/6)

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Motley Fool Money: The New Bull Market (16/6)
Some are saying it’s a bull market, we’re calling it a giddy one. Ron Gross and Matt Argersinger discuss the latest inflation numbers and the Fed’s plan to “skip” a rate hike, how a small group of companies are driving market returns, and why the rest could catch up, and why the market was hungry for shares of restaurant brand Cava. 19 minutes in, Polina Pompliano shares some unconventional business advice and insights from her new book 'Hidden Genius: The secret ways of thinking that power the world's most successful people'. Then, 35 minutes in, Ron and Matt break down two stocks on their radar: Chevron and Burford Capital. Stocks discussed: CAVA, NDAQ, KR, ORCL, SPOT, SHOP, CVX, BUR. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Matt Argersinger, Ron Gross, Polina Pompliano
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Matt Argersinger, Ron Gross, Polina Pompliano


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Motley Fool Money: Netflix’s Promising Next Act (14/6)

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Motley Fool Money: Netflix’s Promising Next Act (14/6)
Netflix’s is aiming to return to growth by cracking down on password sharing. Jim Mueller and Dylan Lewis discuss the encouraging data behind Netflix’s password crackdown and ad-supported membership, why it still might be a bit early to bank on those growth levers for Netflix, how Disney, Apple, Amazon are eying advertising, and how it could reshape streaming TV. 15 minutes in, Asit Sharma catches up with Sasan Goodarzi the CEO of Intuit to talk about how his company is using artificial intelligence to grow and Intuit's data advantage. Companies discussed: NFLX, AAPL, AMZN, DIS, INTU. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Jim Mueller, Sasan Goodarzi, Asit Sharma
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Jim Mueller, Sasan Goodarzi, Asit Sharma


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Motley Fool Money: Apple's $3500 "Snowboard Goggles" (6/6)

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Motley Fool Money: Apple's $3500 "Snowboard Goggles" (6/6)
Some cryptocurrency platforms are finding it hard to allegedly operate an “unlicensed securities exchange in the USA, bro.” Ricky Mulvey and Nick Sciple discuss Apple’s Vision Pro Product, its biggest product launch in a decade, how Apple's hardware strategy differs from Meta, the Vision Pro’s possibilities and limitations, and the SEC’s complaint against Coinbase. Plus, 13 minutes in, Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp discuss how to plan for a healthier retirement. Companies discussed: AAPL, META, COIN. Article discussed: https://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-vision-pro-i-tried-the-new-mixed-reality-headset-f49a8811 Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guests - Nick Sciple, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick
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Nick Sciple, Robert Brokamp, Alison Southwick


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Motley Fool Money: AI Is Not A Person (5/6)

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Motley Fool Money: AI Is Not A Person (5/6)
The Directors Guild’s deal shows just how much the entertainment industry sees AI as a threat. Jason Moser discusses what a potential Directors Guild deal means for entertainment, the challenges facing streamers as they look for more ways to profit from content, and whether or not Apple can take headsets out of their gaming niche. Plus, 17 minutes in, a simple pack of casino playing cards leads Ricky Mulvey and Asit Sharma on an exploration of how old products can become new again. Companies discussed: SNPS, META, AAPL, NFLX,DIS,WBD, PARA. Host - Deidre Woollard; Guests - Jason Moser, Asit Sharma
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Asit Sharma, Jason Moser


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Motley Fool Money: Consumer Spending is Tightening Up… Kind Of (2/6)

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Motley Fool Money: Consumer Spending is Tightening Up… Kind Of (2/6)
Americans are thinking twice before pulling out their wallets, but it’s not affecting retailers equally. Ron Gross and Emily Flippen discuss the debt ceiling resolution, and updates on employment and consumer debt, why Chewy and Five Below continue to see strong results while other retailers are seeing consumer spending slow down, and the numbers behind MongoDB’s blowout earnings release. Then, 19 minutes in, Scott Kassing talks through three high-conviction stock ideas with Sandhill Investment Management’s Richard Ryskalczyk. Plus, 33 minutes in, Emily and Ron discuss Lululemon’s strong earnings report and two stocks on their radar: Compass Minerals and Veeva Systems. Stocks discussed: M, CHWY, FIVE, DG, MDB, LULU, CMP, VEEV. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Richard Ryskalczyk, Scott Kassing
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Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Richard Ryskalczyk, Scott Kassing


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Motley Fool Money: Debt Ceiling Drama, AI's Peak, and Expired Coffee (30/5)

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Motley Fool Money: Debt Ceiling Drama, AI's Peak, and Expired Coffee (30/5)
What kind of day has it been? Bill Barker discusses the stock market reacting positively (or not) to the latest narrative around the debt ceiling debate, Nvidia's new all-time high and why we haven't reached "peak AI" yet, listener feedback over the years and the concept of "playing to the back of the room", and a surprise guest (via audio). Plus, 20 minutes in, Chris Hill wraps up his final episode hosting the show with a salute to The Motley Fool's history and founders, the self-driven mentality of the audience, and advice from the late musician Kevin Gilbert. Companies discussed: NVDA. Host - Chris Hill; Guest - Bill Barker
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Bill Barker


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Motley Fool Money: Big Tech's Banner 2023 Continues (26/5)

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Motley Fool Money: Big Tech's Banner 2023 Continues (26/5)
Tech is leading the market higher in 2023, but a few giants are doing the heavy lifting. Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss Nvidia's AI-fueled earnings report and the company's historic pop, Intuit's latest results and how proposed IRS free-file software could affect the company, Zoom's post-pandemic slump, and the signs retailers are fixing inventory problems, but high-end merchandise still isn't selling. The, 19 minutes in, Motley Fool contributor Lou Whiteman talks with former United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz about his approach to turning the airline around, dealing with personal setbacks, and the lessons in leadership from his book “Turnaround Time.” Plus, 34 minutes in, Matt and Jason discuss Netflix's $7.99/month solution to password sharing and two stocks on their radar: Salesforce and Invitation Homes. Stocks discussed: NVDA, INTU, ZM, WSM, ULTA, COST, SPG, URBN, GPS, CRM, INVH. Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, Oscar Munoz, Lou Whiteman
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Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger, Oscar Munoz, Lou Whiteman


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