Rule Breakers are often loud and abrupt, like the sound of shattering glass. But sometimes the most profound Rule Breakers are quiet—changing the landscape over time with gentle consistency. Fred Rogers, through his long-running TV Show, Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, broke through the noise and brashness of his time with a soft-spoken kindness that shaped generations.
This interview was recorded in 2002. Won't You Be My Neighbor, a documentary about Fred Rogers, opens in theaters this weekend.
Two years ago the market seemed a little volatile, so David picked 5 More Stocks to Feed the Next Bear. Where did that hungry bear go? A year before that, the presidential election had lots of people in a tizzy, so David picked 5 Stocks The World Needs Right Now. Did the world need them after all? Join David and guest Emily Flippen as we look back and review these stock picks.
Do you remember when the Internet was new? When eBay was worth more than Amazon? When Blockbuster was streaming video and Netflix wasn't? Today, Tom Gardner and Mac Greer join David for another spin in the wayback machine, to visit some old friends — like Jeff Bezos, Reed Hastings, and Mr. Rogers — from the radio past.
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Do you remember what makes a business win? How about the official signs of a Rule Breaker stock? The all-time greatest secret of investing? Well in case you didn't memorize 4 1/2 years of this podcast, or in case you're new around here (welcome!), we're circling back to revisit some of the most important lessons from the past.
The market crashed in January, finally putting an end to a long bull market. Or did it? Depends how closely you were listening. Today we look back at a month full of losers, lessons, and outright fabrications.
DC area Fools: our next Conscious Capitalism DC event is a night with John Mackey, “Leading with Love,” with Tom Gardner conducting an interview, post-presentation. At the National Press Club on February 4th.