Motley Fool Money

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.

Death, Taxes, Retail Membership Programs
Back on track with inventory, Target plans its next phase of growth with an industry mandate: the membership program.
39 min
Can This Bank Be Saved?
Big pockets have weighed in at New York Community Bank, can they turn the ship around?
30 min
Soaring Stocks and EVTOLs
Target and Crowdstrike are flying after earnings, and in a few years you might be able to take off in an EVTOL.
32 min
Trouble or Turnaround Plays?
We try to separate the falling knives from the buying opportunities.
24 min
Consumers, Choice, And Apple
The European Commission is the latest to take aim at Apple’s app store.
29 min
What’s Up With Super Micro?
25 min
The Small Cap Show
With small caps, come great thrills. What about great rewards?
25 min
Tech in 2024: AI and Dividends
The AI race heats up with Elon Musk’s lawsuit against OpenAI and Google Gemini’s rough week. And Salesforce joins Meta in the Big Tech dividend club.
39 min
Platforms, Platforms, Platforms
For Snowflake, Okta, and Snowflake, growth may come from more products not just more customers.
28 min
Greed is Short
When a struggling business comes out with good news, it usually spells trouble for the shorts. Just ask those betting against Beyond Meat today.
27 min
Earnings for Breakfast, Cereal for Dinner
31 min
Berkshire After Charlie
Warren Buffett’s annual letter points to a steady path ahead.
26 min
Charles Duhigg on Supercommunicators
What happens when a group of hedge fund managers share the last time they cried?
29 min
The Dawn of Spatial Computing
You’ve probably interacted with large language models. The next version might be large vision models.
28 min
It’s NVIDIA’s world and we’re just living in it!
Earnings season rolls on plus some acquisitions made the news this week.
39 min
The NVDA Show
What does Nvidia’s blockbuster quarter signify for the future?
25 min
Is PayPal the Next Meta?
Investors want PayPal to become the next Meta, but it’s not easy to transform a business.
31 min
Capital One Applies for a Credit Card
Capital One wants Discover for a $35 billion dollar all stock deal.
32 min
Harvard Business Prof on Failing Well
Why would Eli Lilly put on a failure party?
23 min
Change Equals Opportunity
20 min
Stock Market Whip Lash
Economic data and earnings season combined for a volatile weak in the stock market.
39 min
Winter Chills Spending
29 min
Lyft’s Typ0
Shares of the ride hailing soared more than 60% on a mistake.
26 min
A Stock To Spice Things Up
Love can be stubborn and so can inflation.
28 min
Are Big Ads Worth The Spend?
Celebrities, talking cats, and bad animation, did those Big Game ads connect?
30 min