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Motley Fool Money: The Triumph of Adding to Your Winners (23/8)

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Motley Fool Money: The Triumph of Adding to Your Winners (23/8)
How would you react if the first company you bought shares of went bankrupt within three years? Matt Argersinger discusses the rise and sudden fall of Wang Laboratories, why his search for "the next Warren Buffett" ended badly, Amazon and The Home Depot sharing discipline as a common business trait, and how he overcame the challenge of adding to his winners. Stocks mentioned: BH, SAM, AAPL, AMZN, HD, MELI, EBAY. Host - Chris Hill; Guest - Matt Argersinger
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Matt Argersinger


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Motley Fool Money: Retail's Big Story, Executive Shake-ups, Pizza Deconstructed (19/8)

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Motley Fool Money: Retail's Big Story, Executive Shake-ups, Pizza Deconstructed (19/8)
Details about The Federal Reserve's meeting in July sent stocks to their first losing week in a month. Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss expectations around more interest rate hikes in the near future, "Inventory" being the key story around big retailers like Walmart and Target, Deere's mixed 3rd-quarter results and potential for a bright future, the incredible roller coaster for Bed Bath and Beyond shareholders this week, Foot Locker's surprising 2nd-quarter results and new CEO, and the latest from Home Depot, Lowe's, and Starbucks. Also, Ricky Mulvey talks with Bloomberg entertainment industry reporter Lucas Shaw about Warner Brothers Discovery, and how the media conglomerate is consolidating and evolving; and Emily and Ron analyse the latest innovation from Papa John's and share two stocks on their radar: Rover Group and American Tower. Stocks discussed on the show: WMT, TGT, HD, LOW, DE, BBBY, SBUX, FL, WBD, DIS, PARA, PZZA, AMT, ROVR. Our annual investing conference is free for Motley Fool members! For more details go to http://Fool.com/FoolFest. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Lucas Shaw
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Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Lucas Shaw


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Motley Fool Money: The Quotable Mr. Buffett (16/8)

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Motley Fool Money: The Quotable Mr. Buffett (16/8)
Big Retail starts to report earnings and the news is good (so far). Jason Moser discusses Walmart exceeded lowered expectations for the 2nd quarter, CEO Doug McMillon's comments on the new customers that drove results, Home Depot passing inflation costs onto customers (and not missing a beat), and how the expectations bar has been raised for Target and Lowe's. Also, at 13 minutes in, Warren Buffett's quotations hold meaning for investors, regardless of their portfolio size. Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp and a host of Fool investors share their favourite Buffett quotes and why they're relevant. Stocks mentioned: WMT, HD, LOW, TGT, BRK.A, BRK.B; Host - Chris Hill; Guests: Jason Moser, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Buck Hartzell, Alyce Lomax, Scott Phillips, Anand Chokkavelu
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Jason Moser, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp, Buck Hartzell, Alyce Lomax, Scott Phillips, Anand Chokkavelu


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Motley Fool Money: Disney Passes Netflix (11/8)

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Motley Fool Money: Disney Passes Netflix (11/8)
The House of Mouse is firing on all cylinders, and now its total number of subscribers for Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ is greater than Netflix. Dylan Lewis and Maria Gallagher (00:21) discuss Disney’s pricing power and streaming fatigue, how Coinbase is faring through a Crypto Winter, and what Softbank is telling investors about the private markets. Plus, Nick Sciple interviews Tim Johnston, Co-Founder of Li-Cycle Holdings (15:41), a lithium-ion battery recycler. They discuss how Li-Cycle can meet some of the growing demand for the metals that go into electric cars, and the company’s partnerships with major energy providers. Stocks mentioned: DIS, NFLX, COIN, UBER, SFTBY, LICY; Host - Dylan Lewis; Guests - Maria Gallagher, Nick Sciple, Tim Johnston
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Maria Gallagher, Nick Sciple, Tim Johnston


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Motley Fool Money: This Is When Amazing Companies Are Born (10/8)

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Motley Fool Money: This Is When Amazing Companies Are Born (10/8)
While some tech companies announce lay-offs, others are posting blowout earnings. Deidre Woollard and Tim Beyers discuss how a decrease in consumer spending is hitting SaaS companies in unexpected ways, why The Trade Desk is thriving in a tough environment, a “cautious” view on tech layoffs (and why we aren’t hitting the panic button), why Walmart might join the streaming wars, and a brilliant, tiny company that’s not getting enough attention from investors. Plus, Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger look at how companies are managing their share count, and one homebuilder that’s outperformed Amazon for more than a decade. Stocks mentioned: DDOG, TTD, WMT, SNAP, GRPN, JAMF, META, NVR, LOW, NVDA, AMZN. Host - Deidre Woollard; Guests - Tim Beyers, Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger
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Tim Beyers, Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger


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Motley Fool Money: Rise of the Machines, Jobs, and Earnings (5/8)

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Motley Fool Money:  Rise of the Machines, Jobs, and Earnings (5/8)
The U.S. private sector has added nearly 6 million jobs in the past year. Jason Moser and Matt Argersinger discuss the unemployment rate falling to 3.5%, demand for cold beverages driving Starbucks' latest quarter, PayPal getting back to basics, MercadoLibre's blowout earnings, and the latest from Cloudflare, Zillow, and Twilio. They then (19:45 mins in) analyse Amazon buying iRobot for $1.7 billion in cash, as well as Simon Property Group's latest results, Uber's record revenue in the 2nd quarter, eBay's surprisingly profitable business, and two stocks on their radar: Procore Technologies and Stanley Black & Decker. Sign up for Motley Fool's Stock Advisor at http://fool.com/foolfest and you’ll get a complimentary digital pass to their 2-day investing conference August 29 & 30 (If you're already a Motley Fool member looking for details on the conference, go here - http://foolfest.fool.com). Stocks discussed on the show: SBUX, PYPL, MELI, NET, Z, ZG, TWLO, AMZN, IRBT, SPG, UBER, EBAY, CMG, HD, PCOR, SWK. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger
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Jason Moser, Matt Argersinger


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Motley Fool Money: Ferrari, Tesla, and the Future of Cars (31/7)

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Motley Fool Money: Ferrari, Tesla, and the Future of Cars (31/7)
Eddie Alterman really likes cars. He is the Chief Brand Officer of Hearst Autos and was the editor-in-chief of Car & Driver. Alterman’s new podcast is called “Car Show! with Eddie Alterman”. He joined Ricky Mulvey to discuss why autonomous cars feel farther away today than in 2017, one way that Tesla could become the new Standard Oil, Ferrari’s strategy toward electric cars, why traditional carmakers may not get enough credit from investors, and Cadillacs with dry bars and LP record players. Host - Ricky Mulvey; Guest - Eddie Alterman
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Eddie Alterman


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Motley Fool Money: Big Tech Bounces Back (27/7)

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Motley Fool Money: Big Tech Bounces Back (27/7)
Microsoft and Alphabet didn't disappoint with their latest quarterly results. Bill Mann discusses Microsoft having tough comps, with the cloud division shining once again, Alphabet proving its resilience, and Chipotle continuing to raise prices and profits. Meanwhile, Ricky Mulvey talks with Jack Caporal about The Motley Fool's latest research into crypto scams and how you can avoid them. Stocks mentioned: WMT, TGT, AMZN, COST, SHOP, ETH, SOL. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Bill Mann, Jack Capora
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Bill Mann, Jack Capora


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Motley Fool Money: Generational Tailwind for the U.S. Economy (24/7)

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Motley Fool Money: Generational Tailwind for the U.S. Economy (24/7)
The Federal Reserve could hike short-term interest rates to 4%, and that still might not be enough to cool inflation. Rich Lyons is the first Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer for the University of California, Berkeley. Before that, he spent a decade as the dean of Berkley’s Haas School of Business. He joined Motley Fool Contributor Rachel Warren to discuss how the Federal Reserve could hit a “hard break” with higher interest rates, a venture capital view about the future of crypto, and how universities are creating a generational tailwind for the economy. Host - Rachel Warren; Guest - Rich Lyons
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Rich Lyons


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Motley Fool Money: Tesla Revs Up, Amazon Invests In Healthcare (21/7)

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Motley Fool Money: Tesla Revs Up, Amazon Invests In Healthcare (21/7)
Tesla's profits surprise Wall Street, and Amazon buys 1Life Healthcare for $3.9 billion. Bill Mann discusses Tesla's margins being compressed and STILL being the envy of rival automakers, how Tesla is (and isn't) comparable to Netflix, and Amazon using "pocket change" to make its 3rd-largest acquisition. Also, Jason Hall and Matt Frankel engage in a "Bull vs. Bear" debate over Lemonade, and both wish the AI-drive insurance company would hurry up and close its acquisition of micro-cap auto insurance company Metromile. Stocks mentioned: TSLA, F, NFLX AMZN, ONEM, LMND, MILE. Host - Chris Hill; Guests - Bill Mann, Jason Hall, Matt Frankel
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Bill Mann, Jason Hall, Matt Frankel


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