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.
Conventional wisdom would have it that throwing a dart at a list of stocks would give you little chance of beating the market. But what if the list of stocks was the Supernova Universe? And what if the dart landed on the letter M? Let's just say we've never let conventional wisdom slow us down.
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With John McCain's memorial services on our minds this weekend, we've reached back into our archives to revisit our own brush with the Arizona Senator. Back in October of 2000, Senator McCain was gracious enough to spend some time with David on the Motley Fool Radio Show, revealing yet another window into his humanity, his decency, and yes, his Foolishness.
The politics of shunning politics, investing lessons from both fantasy football and lyric poetry, a brilliant new sonnet from a most Foolish listener, and a serving of David's best British accent. This could only be the Rule Breaker Investing mailbag.
As intimated on Wednesday's show, we're back with a weekend RBI Extra! Here we dig in on topics of health and wellness and even risk a momentary brush with politics as we continue our conversation with Mark Penn, highlighting some of the microtrends that are currently shaping our world.
How many times should you get married? Would you choose to become a bionic man or woman? Could your next best friend be a bot? Small trends today can predict huge changes in our culture, and opportunities for businesses and investors. Author, pollster, and political strategist Mark Penn has his finger on the pulse of progress in his latest book, Microtrends Squared.
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We're halfway through our Authors in August theme, diving delightfully into the waters of literary fiction. Amor Towles, bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow, sheds light on his creative process, the current state of the publishing industry, and the world's resurging desire for long-form narrative.
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She’s back! Priya Parker rejoins David for a short-form, all-out-fun Weekend Extra, extemporaneously taking on anything he can throw at her, from how to improve your next family reunion to her take on Martha Stewart.
Authors in August continues this week, as David shares with you a Rule Breaker in the wide-ranging field of creating great events. Priya Parker is the author of the spectacular new book _The Art of Gathering_. She brings her innovative thought leadership to Rule Breaker Investing in order to help our listeners improve everything from their business conferences to their weddings.
Today we kick off the month of August, wherein we will be talking about great summer reads with the authors who wrote them! First up: writer, marketer, Internet maven, cheater, and all-around good guy Seth Godin talks about his process, his insights, and his ongoing effort to help people make things better.
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At The Motley Fool, one of our core values is to "Top It!" We're always looking to go one better. Which is why we go out of our way to add dividends to our portfolio return calculations, conviction ratings to our stock picks, and an extra ball to the game of soccer. Guests Matt Argersinger, Yervand Khoranian, and Robert Brokamp make sense of all that and more on this week's midsummer mailbag.
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