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Release Date: 06/07/2019

Malcolm Gladwell on Choosing A College show art Malcolm Gladwell on Choosing A College

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Millions of high school students are trying to decide where to spend the next four years of their lives. For them, and their parents, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell offers a word of advice.    

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The Business of Baby Yoda show art The Business of Baby Yoda

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Walmart reports strong e-commerce growth but has problems with fun and games. Dropbox surprises investors and aims for profitability by the end of 2020. Domino’s delivers again. And McDonald’s introduces Quarter Pounder-scented candles. Motley Fool senior analysts Ron Gross and Jason Moser, and Jeff Fischer of 1623 Capital, discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest from Amazon, Boston Beer, Stamps.com, Texas Roadhouse, and Virgin Galactic. Plus, the guys share three stocks on their radar: Pinterest, Synaptics, and Hasbro. And toy expert Chris Byrne analyzes the current state of the...

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The Power of Habit with Charles Duhigg show art The Power of Habit with Charles Duhigg

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How does a routine become habit-forming? One important part is figuring out a reward for the routine itself. For example, as Charles Duhigg (best-selling author of “The Power of Habit”) explains, the reward for brushing your teeth is not necessarily what you think it is.

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Nvidia shakes off its “crypto hangover” and reports blowout earnings. Shopify soars. Pepsi surprises. And Roku rises. Motley Fool analysts Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest from Mattel, Lyft, Under Armour, and Restaurant Brands International. Plus, our analysts talk about the coronavirus and what it means for investors. We dig into Facebook’s Pinterest-like app, Samsung’s foldable phone, Kellogg’s Incogmeato, and Kentucky Fried Crocs. And our analysts share three stocks on their radar: Appian, Tencent, and Salesforce. Thanks...

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Jenny Anderson on Love and Dirty Dishes show art Jenny Anderson on Love and Dirty Dishes

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The key to a lasting relationship is…economics? Jenny Anderson, co-author of the best-seller “Spousonomics: Using Economics to Master Love, Marriage, and Dirty Dishes” offers tips on how your loving relationship can benefit from cost-benefit analysis. (Yes, really.)  

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Video Stars, Academy Awards, and 1 Sleepy IPO show art Video Stars, Academy Awards, and 1 Sleepy IPO

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Alphabet breaks out its YouTube revenue for the first time. Activision Blizzard scores with “Call of Duty: Mobile”. Casper’s IPO turns into a snoozefest. Pinterest pops. And Chipotle serves up strong growth. Analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and weigh in on the latest from Disney, Take-Two Interactive, Twitter, and Yum! Brands. And we share three stocks on our radar: Empire State Realty Trust, Limelight Networks, and Moody’s. Plus, corporate governance expert and film critic Nell Minow talks diversity in the boardroom and makes predictions for this...

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Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert wasn’t just a lifelong fan of movies. He also knew the business well enough to see Blockbuster Video’s demise months before Netflix was even a public company. Moreover, he could recognize a money line of dialogue.

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Amazon’s huge 4th-quarter gets the company back above the trillion-dollar market cap. Apple and Microsoft continue their hot streaks, while Facebook sells off due to margin concerns. Jason Moser, Andy Cross, and Ron Gross analyze the latest earnings results from Tesla, Visa, Colgate-Palmolive, McCormick, Starbucks, McDonald’s, and PayPal. Plus, we discuss IBM’s new CEO, Atari’s new line of hotels, and why the guys have Mastercard, Walker & Dunlop, and Pinterest are on their radar.   For a free copy of our Investing Starter Kit, go to and we’ll email it to you.

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Michael Lewis Saw Football’s Future show art Michael Lewis Saw Football’s Future

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The NFL’s financial health is not in doubt. The health of its players, however, is getting more attention than ever. Back in 2011, when concussions were just beginning to become a topic of interest, best-selling author Michael Lewis saw a future in which star players would walk away from the game before it was too late.    

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Intel reports surprising earnings and hits a 19-year high. Netflix rises on strong international growth. American Express and Atlassian hit all-time highs. And Procter & Gamble deals with sagging diaper demand. Senior analysts Andy Cross, Ron Gross, and Jason Moser discuss those stories and also weigh in on AMD, Comcast, Disney, IBM, and Intuitive Surgical. And they share three stocks on their radar: Tractor Supply, Live Oak Bank, and Datadog. Plus, Villanova sports law professor Andrew Brandt talks about the business of the NFL and the future of sports gambling.   Thanks Health...

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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.