Join hosts Dylan Lewis, Deidre Woollard, Ricky Mulvey, and Mary Long as they cover the day’s top business news and financial headlines with the Motley Fool's team of investment analysts. Tune in on weekends for the greatest investing classes you never got the chance to take in school and perspectives from special guests helping to shape the future.
November was a party for stocks and bonds, but is Jerome Powell about to turn the lights on?
Sometimes Second Acts Work Out
When disruption strikes, what a company does next is crucial.
Investing and Life Lessons from Charlie Munger
We celebrate one of the greatest investors of all time by talking about our favorite Mungerisms and the lessons we’ll carry forward from Poor Charlie.
Holiday Spirit and Animal Spirits
With Cyber Monday and Black Friday results in the bag, it’s looking like it might be a better fourth quarter for retailers and e-commerce than we originally thought.
The Unsinkable Shopper
Black Friday showed consumers are still ready to buy.
No Crypto at the Dinner Table!
It’s our annual Thanksgiving special! We’ve got a look back at the year that’s been, some things we’ve gotten right, some things we haven’t, some tips for toys this holiday season and some things we’re thankful for.
AI and ai
Uppercase, lowercase, doesn’t matter. Nvidia and OpenAI are the ones to watch in artificial intelligence.
Slow Growth Silver Linings
Is This The Beginning Or The End Of OpenAI?
The Einsteins of Our Time
Did Elon Musk break Twitter? Or did Twitter break Elon Musk?
You Want Chips with That?
“Are We There Yet?”
After boosting the Fed Funds rate 5 percentage points in a year and a half, the central bankers might finally be done with interest rate hikes.
About That Guidance
For both Walmart and Cisco, expectations for the future don’t tell the whole story.
A Burger Turnaround?
Sometimes in this business, you need to get your hands a little greasy. We go hands-on and one-on-one with Red Robin’s CEO to see what they’re cooking up.
Inflation Cools Down, Stocks Heat Up
Inflation is closer to the Federal Reserve’s target. Restaurant employment is back to pre-pandemic levels. Maybe the economy is landing softly.
A Happy Monday
Monday.com’s earnings are part of what seems to be a good time to be a tech platform serving other businesses.
Amazon’s Mistake in Voice Technology
You may be asking the wrong question about the future – it’s not what it looks like, but what it sounds like.
Fool School: Can You Beat the Big Guys?
Here at the Motley Fool, we like our individual stocks. But – what if we’re wrong?
Show Business is Back in Business!
Studios struck a deal with actors and now the content engine can start back up again, but will Hollywood be tighter with its spend?.
Burn Through Your Queue
Actors are headed back to work as streamers seek to monetize viewers.
South Korea vs. Naked Short Sellers
To stop some bad behavior, sometimes you have to stop letting people do other stuff too.
WeWork Goes Bankrupt
The fond expectancy of venture capital has turned into the hard facts of private equity. (00:21) Ricky Mulvey and Bill Mann discuss: -Uber's focus on adjusted earnings. -WeWork filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and the knock on effects. -Economic...
What Will Make Buffett Spend?
With Treasury yields high, what will it take to get Berkshire Hathaway off the sidelines and back into the market? (00:21) Matt Frankel and Deidre Woollard discuss: - Berkshire Hathaway’s massive pile of cash. - If the NAR lawsuit damages...
Morgan Housel and History’s Unending Loop
What does it mean if history is just the same movie, playing over and over? Morgan Housel is a longtime Fool contributor and the bestselling author of The Psychology of Money. Dylan Lewis caught up with Morgan to talk about his latest book, Same...
Fool School: Finding Value Drivers
Trends come, trends go. So, how can investors spot the difference between another passing fad and something with real, sustainable value? Patrick Badolato is an Associate Professor of Instruction at the University of Texas at Austin McCombs...