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.

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Motley Fool Money: 02.12.2010
The EU deals with big problems in Greece. Google announces big plans for broadband. And U.S. retailers report better than expected January numbers. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we discuss those stories, debate the relative merits of...
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Motley Fool Money: 02.05.2010
New York's Attorney General throws the book at Bank of America.  Bailout beneficiary AIG prepares to hand out big bonuses.  Toyota does damage control.  And Apple CEO Steve Jobs goes on the attack against Google. On this week's Motley...
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Motley Fool Money: 01.29.2010
Apple introduces the iPad. Toyota issues a massive recall. And Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Netflix report big earnings. On this week's Motley Fool Money Radio Show, we'll tackle those stories, talk with Washington Post tech columnist Rob Pegoraro and...
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Motley Fool Money: 01.22.2010
President Obama proposes a crackdown on big banks. Google and eBay report earnings. Anticipation grows over Apple's next creation. And the market responds to the latest twists in the health care debate. On this week's inaugural Motley Fool Money...
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Motley Fool Money: 01.15.2010
President Obama wants to impose a fee on TARP recipients. Is it an unfair tax or a "financial crisis responsibility fee"? Google gets hacked over its Chinese site getting hacked. Should the Internet giant leave China? And Conan and Leno continue to...
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Motley Fool Money: 01.08.2010
How big a threat to Apple is Google’s new smart phone? Was the holiday retail sales really as good as advertised? This week we crunch the numbers on the latest jobs report and look west to see what big tech news is coming out of the annual...
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Motley Fool Money: 12.18.2009
Fed Chief Ben Bernanke is Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”, but who would we pick? This week we look back at 2009 and discuss the underplayed stories of the year, as well as the company of the decade. All that plus three stocks for 2010...
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Motley Fool Money: 12.11.2009
What do better-than-expected retail numbers mean for investors? Why is Yahoo! bullish on Tiger Woods? Has Goldman Sachs seen the light on executive compensation? And what will AOL do with its newfound independence? In this installment of Motley Fool...
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Motley Fool Money: 12.04.2009
What do better-than-expected employment numbers mean for investors? Does Bernanke deserve another term?  Will Comcast win the battle for the living room? In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those questions, share three stocks on...
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Motley Fool Money: 11.06.2009
The unemployment rate hits 10.2%.  Warren Buffett bets big on a railroad.  And the 500 largest non-financial companies in the US hold record amounts of cash.  We talk about what it means for investors, discuss the relative merits of...
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Motley Fool Money: 10.30.2009
The economy grows more than expected in the third quarter.  Edmunds.com kicks the tires on the Cash for Clunkers program. Amazon.com, Target, and Wal-mart begin rationing deeply discounted books. And McDonald’s says goodbye to...
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Motley Fool Money: 10.23.2009
Amazon.com and Netflix report big earnings.  Microsoft unveils Windows 7.  And the “Pay Czar” gets down to business.  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we tackle those topics, talk about a new study on the relationship...
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Motley Fool Money: 10.16.2009
Google reports record profits.  Bank of America reports a big loss.  Wal-mart throws the book at Amazon.com.   And Pepsi tries to pick up some new customers.   In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we give our take on...
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Motley Fool Money: 10.02.2009
Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis says goodbye, Starbucks rolls out instant coffee, and unemployment numbers on the rise. All that plus 3 stocks our panel is taking a close look at.
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Motley Fool Money: 09.25.2009
A former Fed Chairman has some tough love for "too big to fail." Twitter has a new round of financing.  Google has some cheaper options.  And an unemployed metal-detecting enthusiast has a new lease on life.  We'll...
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Motley Fool Money: 09.18.2009
Fed Chief Bernanke says the recession is "very likely over."  Warren Buffett says he's buying stocks.  Facebook reports a profit.  And France wants happiness to count as part of GDP.  We'll tackle those stories, debate...
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Motley Fool Money: 09.11.2009
What role did the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy play in the financial crisis? Is the Yahoo! CEO a shrewd negotiator or serious distraction? Is the latest from Apple much ado about nothing? We tackle those questions and share three stocks on our...
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Motley Fool Money: 09.03.2009
Is commercial real estate the next big hurdle for the U.S. economy? Will Disney’s purchase of Marvel mean superhero-sized returns for shareholders? And was eBay & Skype the worst corporate pairing since AOL & TimeWarner? We answer...
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Motley Fool Money: 08.21.2009
Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Yahoo! team up against a tech rival.  Starbucks announces that it's raising and lowering prices.  And the Fed Chief expresses some optimism about the near term.  In this installment of Motley Fool Money, we...
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Motley Fool Money: 08.14.2009
Does optimism from the Fed spell better times ahead for investors? Will the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf drive big profits? What’s in store for retailers like Costco, Wal-mart, and Target? Will JetBlue’s pricing experiment help its stock...
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Motley Fool Money: 07.24.2009
Existing home sales rise for the third straight month. The Dow crosses 9,000 for the first time since January. And Amazon, Apple, Chipotle, eBay, Ford, JP Morgan, McDonald’s and Microsoft report earnings. So what does the week’s big business news...
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Motley Fool Money: 07.10.2009
GM reemerges from bankruptcy. Google announces plans for a new operating system. Amazon cuts the price of the Kindle 2. The SEC continues to examine Apple’s disclosure about Steve Jobs’ health. We'll...
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Motley Fool Money: 07.02.2009
The unemployment rate hits a 26 year high. Bernie Madoff gets hit with a 150 year sentence. And Wal-mart takes some hits for its support of employer mandated health coverage. So what does it all mean for investors? In this installment of...
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Motley Fool Money: 06.12.2009
Does a new CEO at Palm mean trouble for competitors like Apple and Research In Motion? What does the new “compensation czar” have in store for companies like Bank of America and Citigroup? And did you hear the one about the two guys caught...
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Motley Fool Money: 06.05.2009
It was another good week for the market. Is it a sucker's rally or a real recovery? Are there still some bargains to be had? Will Google's new Wave swamp Facebook? What’s in store for Wal-mart and other retailers? Can Playboy's new CEO make the...
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