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Motley Fool Money is a daily podcast for stock investors.

Weekday episodes offer a long-term perspective on business news with The Motley Fool's investment analysts. Weekend shows are a mix of investing classes and longer-form interviews.

The show is hosted by Dylan Lewis, Ricky Mulvey, and Mary Long.

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Nvidia’s been on such a tear, it’s tough to keep the zeroes straight. We talk through its status as a top dog in the market and how top-heavy the S&P 500 is. (:21) Ron Gross and Bill Mann discuss: - How Nvidia stacks up to fellow titan Microsoft, and whether investors should be worried about how much of the market’s returns are being driven by a few companies. - An luxury-fashion IPO that wasn’t in Italy. - AI pushing Accenture through a slowdown in its core business and how Darden’s Restaurant chains are holding up as pricing comes into focus for food . (19:11) Fawn Weaver, CEO of Uncle Nearest, the fastest growing and most awarded whiskey and bourbon brand of the past few years, tells one of the greatest stories in the alcohol business and offers up a cocktail to beat the heat this summer. (35:20) Ron and Matt break down two stocks on their radar: Old Dominion Freight Line and McCormick. Stocks discussed: NVDA, MSFT, F, ACN, DRI, MCK, ODFL Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Bill Mann, Ron Gross, Fawn Weaver Engineers: Dan Boyd, Austin Morgan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cracker Barrel is trading lower than it did when its restaurants were shut down during the pandemic. (00:21) Bill Mann and Ricky Mulvey discuss Nvidia becoming the most valuable company, and review turnaround plans for Cracker Barrel sent in by Motley Fool Money listeners. Plus, (13:55) Alicia Alfiere and Mary Long take a look at Coupang, a dominant e-commerce company in South Korea. Companies discussed: NVDA, MSFT, CBRL, WDFC, CPNG Host: Ricky Mulvey Guests: Bill Mann, Mary Long, Alicia Alfiere Engineer: Dan Boyd Public.com disclosure: A High-Yield Cash Account is a secondary brokerage account with Public Investing, member FINRA/SIPC. Funds from this account are automatically deposited into partner banks where they earn a variable interest and are eligible for FDIC insurance. Neither Public Investing nor any of its affiliates is a bank. US only. Learn more at public.com/disclosures/high-yield-account (edited) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sometimes, a billion bucks just isn’t enough to kickstart the engine. (00:21) Asit Sharma and Mary Long discuss Fisker’s bankruptcy and Wells Fargo’s latest credit card bet. Then, at (17:22), Ailson and Bro tackle the listener mailbag, answering questions about retirement distributions, target date funds, and commodities. Learn more about the Range Rover Sport at www.landroverusa.com Got a question for Alison and Bro? Email it to podcasts@fool.com Companies discussed: FSRN, TSLA, WFC, GSG, DBC, GLD Host: Mary Long Guests: Asit Sharma, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Starboard Value would like to see some changes at Autodesk and isn’t shy about it. And Jensen Huang’s commencement address at Caltech has some timeless life and investing advice.  (00:21) Tim Beyers and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Why Starboard Value is putting Autodesk’s management team and board on notice. - Broadcom’s 10-for-1 stock split, and why the 90s are alive and well in tech. - Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang’s advice for graduates at Caltech and wisdom from 30 years at the helm. Then, at (18:02) Ricky Mulvey talks with Bryce Tingle, business law professor and author of the new book, “Hard Lessons in Corporate Governance,” about Elon Musk’s big pay raise. Companies discussed: ADSK, AVGO, NVDA, TSLA. Catch Jensen Huang’s Caltech commencement speech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qXDdToZHzE&t=3138s Go to www.monarchmoney.com/fool for an extended 30-day free trial. Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Tim Beyers, Ricky Mulvey, Bryce Tingle Producer: Mary Long Engineers: Dan Boyd, Dez Jones Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Peter Lynch says that some of the best investments can be found by looking at what you use every day. The same thinking might apply to careers, too.  Jason Moser is a Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool who heads up our Virtual Revolution portfolio. In today’s episode, Jason talks with Mary Long about early investing successes, what’s shaped his investing philosophy, and how golf changed his life.  Have an analyst you want us to feature on an upcoming “Meet the Fool” episode? Want to share your own investing journey with us? Send us a note (or a voice recording!) to podcasts@fool.com Tickers mentioned: F, BAC, BRK.A, BRK.B, MKL, GVA  Host: Mary Long Guest: Jason Moser Engineer: Tim Sparks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How do you go from writing poetry to reading 10Ks for a living?  Asit Sharma is a Senior Analyst at The Motley Fool and a frequent guest on the show. In today’s episode, Asit talks with Mary Long about “the long and winding road” of his investing journey, mistakes he’s made along the way, and advice for navigating a career pivot. Have an analyst you want us to feature on an upcoming “Meet the Fool” episode? Want to share your own investing journey with us? Send us a note (or a voice recording!) to podcasts@fool.com Also: Join Stock Advisor, The Motley Fool’s flagship investing service, at www.fool.com/asit Host: Mary Long Guest: Asit Sharma Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Tim Sparks Tickers mentioned: AMZN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Apple arrives on the scene with its AI debut Apple Intelligence, we check in on who is winning the artificial intelligence arms race and whether we’ll actually see a Fed rate cut in 2024 . (00:21) Jason Moser and Emily Flippen discuss: - Apple’s entrance to the world of AI, the details of Apple Intelligence and the OpenAI partnership. . -Tesla shareholders approving Elon Musk’s 2018 pay package and plans to move to Texas, and what’s next for the largest executive compensation plan of all time. - The Fed’s plan to hold steady on rates, and Adobe’s stellar quarter. (19:11) Trex CEO Bryan Fairbanks talks through the state of outdoor decking and the company’s plans to grow by replacing the average wood deck. (34:12) Jason and Emily break down two stocks on their radar: Autodesk and Green Thumb Industries. Stocks discussed: AAPL, MSFT, TSLA, ADBE, ADSK, GTBIF Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Jason Moser, Emily Flippen Engineers: Tim Sparks, Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Oracle and the AI Boom

Oracle and the AI Boom

2024-06-1329:431

Is the software giant still a growth company? (00:21) Tim Beyers and Ricky Mulvey break down results from Oracle and why Microsoft is focusing on start-ups for the next leg of its AI strategy. Plus, (18:10) Mary Long and Motley Fool analyst Anthony Schiavone look at Hershey’s near-term headwinds and long-term opportunity for investors. Companies discussed: ORCL, MSFT, DOCN, HSY Article discussed: https://www.wsj.com/tech/ai/microsoft-nadella-openai-inflection-9727e77a?mod=hp_lead_pos7 Host: Ricky Mulvey Guests: Tim Beyers, Mary Long, Anthony Schiavone Engineers: Tim Sparks, Austin Morgan Public.com disclosure: A High-Yield Cash Account is a secondary brokerage account with Public Investing, member FINRA/SIPC. Funds from this account are automatically deposited into partner banks where they earn a variable interest and are eligible for FDIC insurance. Neither Public Investing nor any of its affiliates is a bank. US only. Learn more at public.com/disclosures/high-yield-account Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If everyone else is buying, should you be too? (00:21) Jim Gillies and Mary Long discuss macro news from the US and Canada. Plus, Jim reflects on down markets of days gone by. Then, at (16:10) Alex Friedman talks with organizational psychologist Richard Davis, author of the new book “Good Judgment,” about the importance of a CEO’s personality. Public.com disclosure: A High-Yield Cash Account is a secondary brokerage account with Public Investing, member FINRA/SIPC. Funds from this account are automatically deposited into partner banks where they earn a variable interest and are eligible for FDIC insurance. Neither Public Investing nor any of its affiliates is a bank. US only. Learn more at public.com/disclosures/high-yield-account Companies discussed: PTON, UA Host: Mary Long Guests: Jim Gillies, Alex Friedman, Richard Davis Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Dez Jones Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s not artificial intelligence. It’s Apple Intelligence. (00:21) Nick Sciple and Ricky Mulvey discuss the updates from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and what they mean for the tech giant’s customers and investors. Plus, they look at how Cracker Barrel is trying to reinvent itself. Then, (17:48) Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp check in on the state of retirement. Learn more about the Range Rover Sport at www.landroverusa.com Got a question for Alison and Bro? Email it to podcasts@fool.com Companies discussed: AAPL, MSFT, CBRL Host: Ricky Mulvey Guests: Nick Sciple, Alison Southwick, Robert Brokamp Engineers: Dan Boyd, Annie Pope Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elliott Management amps up the activist activity, and puts Southwest’s leadership and board on notice.  (00:21) Asit Sharma and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Why Elliot Management is looking to shakeup leadership at Southwest after taking a 10%+ stake in the airline. - Nvidia’s stock split, and why this one may matter more than most. - The new names in the S&P 500 – Crowdstrike, KKR, and GoDaddy – and what they say about the state of the market.  (17:57) Are the world’s tallest buildings ego-projects or promising investment opportunities? Ricky Mulvey talks with economist and skyscraper expert Jason Barr, about the state of “supertalls” and how China’s building boom is leading to an increase in homeowners without homes. Companies discussed: LUV, NVDA, CRWD, KKR, GDDY, RHI, CMA, ILMN Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Asit Sharma, Ricky Mulvey, Jason Barr Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd Visit our sponsor Monarch Money: Go to monarchmoney.com/FOOL for an extended 30 day free trial. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ozempic’s Unknowns

Ozempic’s Unknowns

2024-06-0935:421

Nearly half of Americans say they’re willing to pay for weight-loss drugs. But what are the downsides to these so-called “miracle drugs”? Johann Hari is the author of the book, “Magic Pill: The Extraordinary Benefits and Disturbing  Risks of the New Weight Loss Drugs.” Ricky Mulvey caught up with Hari for a conversation about: The medical magic that makes GLPs so effective Whether online pharmacies can responsibly prescribe these drugs Why there’s a much larger market for these in the US than in other parts of the world To see where you can get a copy of “Magic Pill,” head to: www.magicpillbook.com Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Johann Hari Producer: Mary Long Engineer: Tim Sparks Companies discussed: NVO, LLY, ZM Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Last year, 440,000 new apartments went on the market – a 36-year high. This year, even more new builds are coming. That’s good news for renters, but perhaps less good for developers. What about REIT investors? Matt Argersinger and Ricky Mulvey discuss the state of the multifamily market and why REITs (of any stripe!) aren’t out for the count quite yet. Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: Matt Argersinger Producer: Mary Long Engineer: Dan Boyd Epic Bundle discount link: www.fool.com/epic Companies discussed: MAA, PLD, DLR, SPG Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gotta-have-it businesses like Crowdstrike aren’t seeing any slowdown this earnings season, but goods like RVs and high-end athleisure aren’t exactly flying off the shelves. (00:21) Bill Mann and Jason Moser discuss: - The strength of Crowdstrike’s recent earnings and cybersecurity spend, a cyclical company that looks interesting, and why even at valuation lows, Lululemon has some work to do. - Why some investors are interested in starting a new stock exchange in Texas and Spotify’s latest price hikes. (19:11) The regulatory environment continues to heat up – late last month the DOJ filed its latest antitrust suit against ticketing giant Live Nation. Motley Fool Canada analyst Nick Sciple unpacks the case and what it might mean for Live Nation and investors. (32:24) Jason and Bill break down two stocks on their radar: Docusign and Casey’s General Stores. Stocks discussed: CAVA, NDAQ, KR, ORCL, SPOT, SHOP, CVX, BUR Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Bill Mann, Jason Moser, Nick Sciple Engineer: Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you own an S&P 500 index fund then about 20% of your money is in Microsoft, Nvidia, and Apple. (00:21) Asit Sharma and Ricky Mulvey discuss why big tech is driving the market, earnings from Lululemon, and mindset advice for new investors. Plus, (17:05) Mary Long interviews Tom Steyer, author of “Cheaper, Faster, Better: How We’ll Win the Climate War” about advancements in green tech. Companies discussed: AAPL, NVDA, MSFT, LULU, CAVA, CRM Host: Ricky Mulvey Guests: Asit Sharma, Mary Long, Tom Steyer Engineers: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks Public.com disclosure: A High-Yield Cash Account is a secondary brokerage account with Public Investing, member FINRA/SIPC. Funds from this account are automatically deposited into partner banks where they earn a variable interest and are eligible for FDIC insurance. Neither Public Investing nor any of its affiliates is a bank. US only. Learn more at public.com/disclosures/high-yield-account Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Growth comes easy when the product speaks for itself. At (00:21), David Meier and Mary Long discuss CrowdStrike earnings and a tender offer from Monster Beverage. Then, at (17:08), Asit Sharma catches up with John McCool, Chief Platform Officer at Arista Networks. They discuss Arista's role in the AI race, how competition fuels innovation, and what's next for the cloud-based networking company. Learn more about the Range Rover Sport at: www.landroverusa.com Companies discussed: CRWD, PANW, MNST, ANET, NVDA, CSCO, JNPR, MSFT Host: Mary Long Guests: David Meier, Asit Sharma, John McCool Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A juicy short report goes up against business fundamentals. (00:21) Jim Gillies and Ricky Mulvey break down Hindenburg Research’s report on Axos Financial. Plus, Jim discusses why investors should consider adding Academy Sports + Outdoors to their watchlists. Plus, (16:47) Robert Brokamp interviews Eileen Freiburger, Managing Director of the Garrett Planning Network, about what you should expect from meeting with a financial advisor. Learn more about the Range Rover Sport at www.landroverusa.com Companies mentioned: AX, NKLA, CLOV, DKS, ASO Host: Ricky Mulvey Guests: Jim Gillies, Robert Brokamp, Eileen Freiburger Engineers: Dan Boyd, Austin Morgan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The biggest name in waste is looking to build out its business, and it might have found a cheap way to get into medical waste and document shredding with Stericycle.   (0:25) Bill Barker and Dylan Lewis discuss: - Waste Management’s planned $7B acquisition of medical waste company Stericycle, and how it’s a cheap addition to help WM build out its offerings.  - Costco’s strong quarter, why membership prices are an untapped lever, and how the hot dog combo continues to be $1.50. - Why big is better for retailers this earnings season.  (15:34) How is AI changing search? Tim Beyers and Tim White breakdown why Google has welcomed what used to be its greatest fear onto its site. Companies discussed: WM, COST, SRCL, GOOG, GOOGL Host: Dylan Lewis Guests: Bill Barker, Tim Beyers, Tim White Producer: Mary Long Engineers: Dan Boyd, Dez Jones Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Almost half of the United States believes the S&P 500 is down for the year. The chart says otherwise. So, what can explain the disconnect? Kyla Scanlon is an economic commentator and educator. Her new book is “In This Economy? How Money & Markets Really Work.” Mary Long caught up with Scanlon for a conversation about:  - The challenges of measuring economic data. - What’s driving inflation. - How Domino’s turned around its business. Host: Mary Long Guest: Kyla Scanlon Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
… and other legendary leaders. David Novak is the former CEO of Yum! Brands. He’s also the author of the new book, “How Leaders Learn: Master the Habits of the World’s Most Successful People.” Ricky Mulvey caught up with Novak to discuss: Using power to empower others. Lessons from market-beating executives. Why prioritizing people over results is a winning strategy. Host: Ricky Mulvey Guest: David Novak Producer: Mary Long Engineer: Tim Sparks Companies discussed: YUM, CHDN, SBUX, GE, WMT, HD, LUV, TGT, AMZN, AAPL, MSFT, NVDA, NFLX, GOOG, DASH Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Bob

Listened to about 20 percent of this drivel propaganda and tuned out. The "information" given borders on mis-dis information at best to anyone having real world experience in daily economics with basic minimal understanding of Austrian economic principles.Of course if your specialty is in the religious zealotry of climate god worship or maoist/stalinist praise, it all makes perfect sense.

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Bob

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Charlie Spierto

DWillard stated that the result of a reverse stock split is more shares. it's the opposite..

Jul 2nd
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Cameron MacDonald

This is the most uninformed podcast I've ever heard on this channel. He literally made up every single "fact" he stated. He gave a bunch of opinions and spun them as fact. It's an embarrassment that this was allowed to air

Jun 5th
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Charlie Spierto

Chris Hill forgot about Flipkart $16bil acquisition

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Saket Agarwal

Weird episode. Skip.

Mar 13th
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Charlie Spierto

error in stating book value calculation. it is original cost (less depreciation), not market value.

Feb 26th
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eddie

horrible podcast. I mean talk about something interesting about Intel like exclusivity on new UV equip in 2025 or somethjng

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Charlie Spierto

Terrible.

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Kenny Howse

not downloading!

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Cameron MacDonald

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SPYDOR

Had me laughing out loud several times; some of these guys have razor sharp wit.

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Charlie Spierto

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