Our mailbag is an embarrassment of riches! So many great questions that we can’t possibly get to them all, which is indeed a great problem to have. After a quick guide on how to get your questions answered, both here and elsewhere at The Fool, David takes on how many stocks make the perfect portfolio, how much cash to save for the next down market, how to add to winners, and much more.
Apr 26,2017 • 37:43
Listen to April Mailbag: How To Get Your Questions Answered
Today it's an old format, a new show, some borrowed wisdom and a bit of the baseball blues. Drop a coin in your shoe for luck and let's get Motley! To get 50% off our Stock Advisor service, go to SAOffer.Fool.com.
It's not a costume! We wear our Motley every month on the mailbag episode, taking on a candy-bag of topics from the pedantic to the profound. And as a special treat, here's Brian Wither's stock-tracking spreadsheet, as promised in the show.
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We've talked a lot about Conscious Capitalism, and how business is better when it is purposeful and stakeholder-oriented. But today we're taking it up a notch to talk about how business should be a place of healing for employees, a source of healing for those it serves, and a force for healing for society at large.
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We like to pick and review stocks, play games, interview authors, and rant about pet peeves, but every so often we must go back to basics and recommit to the eternal verities of Rule Breaker Investing. Today is that day!