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.
Is this the most important episode of the past two years? Now, if you’re a longtime listener, these truths may indeed seem self-evident. But to much of the investing world, they’re still wildly contrarian. So please feel free to share this episode with someone who doesn’t get it yet!
Sometimes a few little tweaks in your daily routine can improve your life dramatically. Maybe it’s getting up early. Maybe it’s rooting for the right people. Maybe it’s remembering that not all trolls are evil—but they’re still trolls. Today is the day to try some new tricks and hack your way to a better life!
It's time for some fresh blood here on The Market Cap Game Show, and so we've hit up to our A-list of analysts to bring you Brian Feroldi and Brian Stoffel. But which Brian has the best brain? And are you better than both Brians? Only one way to tell...
It's not that we're negative nellies around here. I mean, we're optimists, right? But still, every once in a while, even Fools need to air a few grievances. So get ready to shake your fist at the heavens – it's time for some pet peeves!
It’s time check on the progress of 5 Stocks Indistinguishable from Magic and 5 Stocks with a Tailwind Blow. But for 5 MM MMM Good Stocks it’s year three, so we’ll give it one last look and a final tally before sailing it off in honor and glory… to Foolhalla!
We delight in breaking rules. But laws – real laws – the ones that govern the universe and human behavior... well if we fight those, we'll likely lose. But if we know them well and abide by them, we just might find ourselves a little smarter, happier, and richer.
Sometimes we find inspiration from the incredibly insightful authors we interview. Sometimes it's from the stories of everyday Fools who have seen the light—and most importantly, taken action. Always we find inspiration from this, our monthly mailbag!
What is normal? What is taboo? How much have we learned in the last century? In Gods of the Upper Air, Charles King illuminates the anthropologists who broke the rules of 20th Century culture, and the science that refuted society's assumptions about race, gender, and sexuality.
"Stop the Busywork, and Start the Work that Matters" – the subtitle of Do More Great Work by Michael Bungay Stanier gets right to the point on how we can do more of what we love and be the best versions of ourselves.