David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, is among the most respected and trusted sources on investing. As a best-selling author, hugely successful stock picker, and financial authority, David has led The Motley Fool’s growth into a worldwide investment and financial advisory services company.
Each week David shares his insights into today's most innovative and disruptive publicly traded companies -- and how to profit from them by following his signature “Rule Breaker Investing” principles.
Here at Fool HQ, the end of March brings cherry blossoms, warm weather, and a mailbag full of wonder and connection. Just starting out? Sharing your passion with your family? Reflecting on life's challenges? Bring it on! This is why we invest.
It's the new and improved Market Cap Game Show, thanks to input from listeners like you! Especially if you are Adam Nelson, who gave us a tip to make the game even better for 2021. Get ready to take on returning stalwart Tim Beyers and new contestant Rick Munarriz for an all new market cap challenge!
Hmmmm, how to celebrate our 300th consecutive weekly show…. Maybe a big party with cameos from past guests, with free punch and balloons for all? Nope, not this time. Instead this: David’s audio-essay looks back and forward. How we make our money. How we treat each other. What we stand for.
If you've been around this podcast for a while, you already know Foolish superstars Emily Flippen and Rick Munarriz. Today we're bringing them back to tell their own stories: the highs and lows, the volatility, and the events that shaped them into the investors they are today.
Today we're adding up the score and closing the books on both 5 More Stocks to Feed the Next Bear and 5 Stocks The World Needs Right Now. Is the bear still hungry? Does the world still need them? Tune in to find out, Fools!
This month's mailbag is a celebration of the power of stories. The great stories. The ones that really matter. So what stands out? Where do you see yourself? What do you admire? And what actions will you take as a result of a great story?
Some things can and should be forgotten over time. But the best things, the best songs, the best stories... they grow stronger in the retelling. That selfie with Jeff Bezos. Jerry Garcia shaking hands with Seth Godin. Business lessons from... Xena, Warrior Princess? Wait, what? I guess you'll have to just listen.
There are many faces who could appear on the Mt. Rushmore of Foolish Board Game Designers, but one place is most certainly reserved for Reiner Knizia. Not only for his brilliant games, but also his business acumen, his enthusiasm for life, and his dedication to his purpose of entertaining the people. Select any color but blue; it's your turn!